Matt Crouch cracked 40 disposals for the sixth time in his career with 43 touches against West Coast on Sunday afternoon.

It was his third-highest career disposal tally, three shy of his personal best (46) which he recorded in Round 22, 2018, against North Melbourne.

Crouch had a career-high 23 kicks alongside 18 contested possessions, nine clearances (seven effective), eight marks, seven inside-50s and two goal assists.

He had a team-high 543 metres gained.

Champion Data ranked him as the second-best player of the round with 161.1 points, just 0.1 behind Richmond’s Jack Graham who had 22 disposals, 14 tackles and four goals.

Brad Crouch followed his younger brother with 35 possessions, ranked equal-sixth in the AFL.

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His day included 15 contested possessions, six clearances, six tackles and 471 metres gained.

He kicked one of Adelaide’s four goals in the fourth-quarter.

In just his 12th AFL game, Darcy Fogarty led the goalkicking with a career-best five against the Eagles.

It was his second senior game of the season and the 2017 No. 12 draft pick finished with a career-high 12 disposals and seven marks.

Fogarty led as an inside-50 target on 10 occasions and claimed a game-high four marks inside-50.

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Taylor Walker increased his season tally to 38 with two goals and has kicked 22 in his past 10 games.

Back for his first game since Round Two - and his 199th career outing - ruckman Sam Jacobs returned with 36 hit-outs, 11 disposals and six tackles.

Jacobs ranked sixth for hit-outs and fifth for hit-outs to advantage (11) in Round 21.

Defender Luke Brown recorded 16 kicks from his 18 disposals for six rebound-50s and 433 metres gained.

Adelaide edged the defending Premiers in clearances 35-34 but both sides were level on marks with 108 apiece.