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Eagles lock down another two
Pat McGinnity. Pic: Getty Images

West Coast continue to lock away their 2015 list, with tough utility Pat McGinnity and young big man Fraser McInnes signing on.

McGinnity struggled for opportunities earlier in the year under new coach Adam Simpson, but has not missed a game since being recalled from East Perth for the round 15 western derby.

The 25-year-old will travel to the Gold Coast today as the Eagles look to keep their finals hopes alive with a victory against the Suns.

McInnes, who is yet to make his debut for the Eagles, has spent the whole season playing with the Royals in the WAFL.

The 21-year-old was a second round pick in the 2011 draft and at 197cm and 91kg is a great size.

McInnes had been considered a forward but produced one of his more promising displays as a defender for East Perth last weekend.

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