Dockerland Budget: Fremantle v Adelaide


To save people forking over their hard earned money to the AFL in exchange for a magazine that gets bigger every week, making it harder to get to the only part you actually want - the names of the players, we've introduced the Dockerland Budget.

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You Be Ross: Fremantle v Adelaide

Ross Lyon has his sights set on the flag this year but he's the sort of bloke who loves to get feedback from the general public, good or bad. So if you really want to be a true supporter of the club, then make sure you shout stuff out to him at the ground and give him some pointers on how to get this coaching caper done. But before you do your duty as a member and hurl advice in the direction of professional coaching staff, make sure you know what you're talking about or they might just right you off as a nutjob and miss out on some choice advice. Work the board, move the magnets around and when you think you've got it sussed, start practising yelling "Hey Ross! Ross! Put Sandilands in the goal square for a rest!"

 
     
Lee Spurr
Luke McPharlin
Zac Dawson
Eddie Betts
Taylor Walker
James Podsiadly
     
Tendai Mzungu
Michael Johnson
Danyle Pearce
Charlie Cameron
Josh Jenkins
Sam Kerridge
     
Cameron Sutcliffe
Ryan Crowley
Paul Duffield
David Mackay
Scott Thompson
Rory Sloane
     
Michael Barlow
Chris Mayne
Nat Fyfe
Andy Otten
Daniel Talia
Brodie Smith
     
Hayden Ballantyne
Matthew Pavlich
Zac Clarke
Luke Brown
Ben Rutten
Rory Laird
     
Aaron Sandilands
 
Sam Jacobs
David Mundy
 
Patrick Dangerfield
Stephen Hill
 
Richard Douglas
Lachie Neale
Nick Suban
Luke Thompson
Tommy Sheridan
Garrick Ibbotson
Matthew Jaensch
Alex Silvagni
Brady Grey
Cam Ellis-Yolmen
Matt Taberner
Shaun McKernan
Jarryd Lyons
Matthew Wright
Brodie Martin

StatsClouds: Western Bulldogs v Fremantle

Numbers...you can't trust them. The Romans knew what numbers were up to and wouldn't have a bar of them. You can put your faith in a nice sturdy X but a 10, it's shifty. The only thing more iffy than a number is a statistic, they'll cut you open and rob you of your kidneys before you can say "aren't you supposed to drug me and put in a bath of ice first?". Unfortunately we're hooked on numbers though, we need them to work out how many kicks David Mundy had this week...and probably some other stuff too. The Dockerland Labs spent the summer pondering the problem and eventually, when the cricket was over, the fridge was empty and the clicker broke in everyone's pen, they came up with a solution - the stats cloud. A quick glance and you'll pretty much know everything about a game of football that there was to know, at least all the boring bits about it. The bigger the player's name, the more kicks, or marks, or tackles he had compared to his teammates. 

disposalcloud
Hayden Ballantyne Nick Suban David Mundy Paul Duffield Aaron Sandilands Michael Barlow Tom Sheridan Danyle Pearce Nathan Fyfe Garrick Ibbotson Ryan Crowley Lee Spurr Lachie Neale Zac Clarke Tendai Mzungu Chris Mayne Michael Johnson Zac Dawson Stephen Hill Luke McPharlin Matthew Pavlich Cameron Sutcliffe
 
kickscloud
Michael Barlow Lachie Neale Tendai Mzungu Nick Suban Garrick Ibbotson Paul Duffield Zac Clarke Luke McPharlin David Mundy Matthew Pavlich Danyle Pearce Zac Dawson Tom Sheridan Michael Johnson Lee Spurr Cameron Sutcliffe Nathan Fyfe Aaron Sandilands Ryan Crowley Hayden Ballantyne Stephen Hill Chris Mayne
 
handballscloud
Danyle Pearce Hayden Ballantyne Zac Dawson Zac Clarke Nick Suban Paul Duffield Tendai Mzungu Michael Barlow Lachie Neale Nathan Fyfe Tom Sheridan Garrick Ibbotson Stephen Hill Michael Johnson Aaron Sandilands Chris Mayne David Mundy Cameron Sutcliffe Lee Spurr Matthew Pavlich Ryan Crowley Luke McPharlin
 
markscloud
Zac Dawson Chris Mayne Hayden Ballantyne Cameron Sutcliffe David Mundy Nathan Fyfe Michael Barlow Paul Duffield Danyle Pearce Matthew Pavlich Nick Suban Ryan Crowley Aaron Sandilands Lee Spurr Tom Sheridan Garrick Ibbotson Luke McPharlin Stephen Hill Zac Clarke Tendai Mzungu Michael Johnson Lachie Neale
 
scorecloud
Lee Spurr Danyle Pearce Ryan Crowley Michael Johnson Michael Barlow Zac Dawson Nathan Fyfe Hayden Ballantyne Matthew Pavlich Luke McPharlin Zac Clarke Tendai Mzungu Tom Sheridan Aaron Sandilands Paul Duffield David Mundy Lachie Neale Nick Suban Cameron Sutcliffe Garrick Ibbotson Chris Mayne Stephen Hill
 
ratingcloud
Chris Mayne David Mundy Tendai Mzungu Ryan Crowley Zac Clarke Matthew Pavlich Tom Sheridan Aaron Sandilands Cameron Sutcliffe Nathan Fyfe Lee Spurr Danyle Pearce Lachie Neale Zac Dawson Stephen Hill Paul Duffield Nick Suban Garrick Ibbotson Michael Johnson Michael Barlow Luke McPharlin Hayden Ballantyne

Flew In. Took the 4 Points. Flew Home.

Fremantle have put in a textbook Ross Lyon performance at the Dome to drop the Bulldogs by a very sensible 38 points. Everything went to script, with the Bulldogs coming out using their dazzling pace to stun the Dockers midfielders, only to hit a wall of moderately sized utilities building a purple wall on the half back line. Unable to find their way through, the Doggies started taking potshots at the goals and grew increasingly frustrated by their inability to score. That’s when the Dockers struck back. The class of Stephen Hill and the irrepressibility of Hayden Ballantyne put Fremantle into the lead, where the Dockers stuck for the rest of the afternoon. A bit of a run on in the third quarter regained the attention of a few of the small Bulldogs crowd but there was no concern in the Fremantle camp and another sensible 4 goals in the last term had them cruise home for an easy win.

Bulldogs 1.4 2.8 5.12 6.15 51
fremantle 4.2 8.3 9.6 13.11 89
Bulldogs Goals
Stevens 2
Williams 1
Crameri 1
Hrovat 1
Dahlhaus 1
fremantle Goals
Hill 4
Ballantyne 3
Pavlich 2
Suban 1
Duffield 1
Crowley 1
Sandilands 1
Clinton Wolf Medal Votes
Stephen Hill 3Ryan Crowley 2Zac Clarke 1
InjuriesNone
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Dockerland Budget: Western Bulldogs v Fremantle


To save people forking over their hard earned money to the AFL in exchange for a magazine that gets bigger every week, making it harder to get to the only part you actually want - the names of the players, we've introduced the Dockerland Budget.

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Luke McPharlin: Back Up Back

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For those people not sure why the football stopped after 10 games, it turns out there was some sort of early season, staggered bye thingy going on and not a week off out of respect for Pavlich’s 300th game. The good news is that that means the team is back into action again this week and we can all get excited about the influx of recovered players that traditionally follow the week off. Luke McPharlin will obviously be a handy addition to the defence, presumably at the expense of Alex Silvagni who is thinking of changing his first name to “At the Expense of Alex” to save time. Garrick Ibboston and Colin Sylvia have battled their way back into bench contention after extended stints on the sidelines waiting for the effects to kick in from first class leeches and snake venom that Fremantle were using to heal their various injuries. Brady Grey has also joined the bench after stringing a few games together for Peel. Matt deBoer is the only exclusion so far, with the bench needing to be cut down before the game.

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You Be Ross: Western Bulldogs v Fremantle

Ross Lyon has his sights set on the flag this year but he's the sort of bloke who loves to get feedback from the general public, good or bad. So if you really want to be a true supporter of the club, then make sure you shout stuff out to him at the ground and give him some pointers on how to get this coaching caper done. But before you do your duty as a member and hurl advice in the direction of professional coaching staff, make sure you know what you're talking about or they might just right you off as a nutjob and miss out on some choice advice. Work the board, move the magnets around and when you think you've got it sussed, start practising yelling "Hey Ross! Ross! Put Sandilands in the goal square for a rest!"

 
     
Liam Picken
Jordan Roughead
Easton Wood
Zac Clarke
Matthew Pavlich
Hayden Ballantyne
     
Shaun Higgins
Dale Morris
Robert Murphy
Nat Fyfe
Chris Mayne
Michael Barlow
     
Adam Cooney
Ryan Griffen
Koby Stevens
Paul Duffield
Ryan Crowley
Cameron Sutcliffe
     
Jack Macrae
Tom Williams
Daniel Giansiracusa
Danyle Pearce
Michael Johnson
Tendai Mzungu
     
Luke Dahlhaus
Stewart Crameri
Fletcher Roberts
Zac Dawson
Luke McPharlin
Lee Spurr
     
Will Minson
 
Aaron Sandilands
Matthew Boyd
 
David Mundy
Tom Liberatore
 
Stephen Hill
Mitch Wallis
Marcus Bontempelli
Brady Grey
Jake Stringer
Jason Tutt
Lachie Neale
Nathan Hrovat
Christian Howard
Nick Suban
Jason Johannisen
Colin Sylvia
Garrick Ibbotson
Alex Silvagn
Tommy Sheridan

Stats Cloud: Fremantle v Geelong

Numbers...you can't trust them. The Romans knew what numbers were up to and wouldn't have a bar of them. You can put your faith in a nice sturdy X but a 10, it's shifty. The only thing more iffy than a number is a statistic, they'll cut you open and rob you of your kidneys before you can say "aren't you supposed to drug me and put in a bath of ice first?". Unfortunately we're hooked on numbers though, we need them to work out how many kicks David Mundy had this week...and probably some other stuff too. The Dockerland Labs spent the summer pondering the problem and eventually, when the cricket was over, the fridge was empty and the clicker broke in everyone's pen, they came up with a solution - the stats cloud. A quick glance and you'll pretty much know everything about a game of football that there was to know, at least all the boring bits about it. The bigger the player's name, the more kicks, or marks, or tackles he had compared to his teammates. 

disposalcloud
Michael Barlow Cameron Sutcliffe Matthew Pavlich Stephen Hill Nathan Fyfe Chris Mayne Alex Silvagni Tendai Mzungu Danyle Pearce Nick Suban Aaron Sandilands Matt De Boer Zac Dawson Michael Johnson Lachie Neale Ryan Crowley Lee Spurr David Mundy Paul Duffield Zac Clarke Hayden Ballantyne Tom Sheridan
 
kickscloud
Matt De Boer Matthew Pavlich Cameron Sutcliffe Nathan Fyfe Ryan Crowley Nick Suban Tendai Mzungu Chris Mayne Zac Clarke Tom Sheridan Danyle Pearce Zac Dawson Michael Johnson Paul Duffield Lee Spurr Alex Silvagni David Mundy Hayden Ballantyne Aaron Sandilands Lachie Neale Michael Barlow Stephen Hill
 
handballscloud
Danyle Pearce Michael Johnson Aaron Sandilands Ryan Crowley Nathan Fyfe Chris Mayne Zac Clarke Lachie Neale Tom Sheridan Hayden Ballantyne Stephen Hill Cameron Sutcliffe David Mundy Matthew Pavlich Nick Suban Tendai Mzungu Zac Dawson Lee Spurr Paul Duffield Matt De Boer Michael Barlow Alex Silvagni
 
markscloud
Chris Mayne Zac Dawson Alex Silvagni Stephen Hill Zac Clarke Matt De Boer Cameron Sutcliffe Lee Spurr Hayden Ballantyne Nick Suban Tom Sheridan Danyle Pearce Michael Barlow Paul Duffield Lachie Neale Michael Johnson Tendai Mzungu Aaron Sandilands Ryan Crowley David Mundy Matthew Pavlich Nathan Fyfe
 
scorecloud
Danyle Pearce Lee Spurr Alex Silvagni Michael Barlow Nick Suban Cameron Sutcliffe Lachie Neale Tendai Mzungu Tom Sheridan Nathan Fyfe Matthew Pavlich Chris Mayne Paul Duffield Ryan Crowley Aaron Sandilands David Mundy Zac Clarke Stephen Hill Zac Dawson Michael Johnson Hayden Ballantyne Matt De Boer
 
ratingcloud
Hayden Ballantyne Tom Sheridan Alex Silvagni Michael Barlow Nathan Fyfe Nick Suban Stephen Hill Lachie Neale Cameron Sutcliffe Zac Dawson Chris Mayne Zac Clarke Aaron Sandilands Danyle Pearce David Mundy Michael Johnson Tendai Mzungu Matthew Pavlich Paul Duffield Matt De Boer Lee Spurr Ryan Crowley

Fremantle Send The Geelong Bunnies Hopping

Fremantle have always been a team that craves the big stage and with fans flocking from around the world to see Matthew Pavlich play game 300, they turned on the party tricks to humiliate Geelong, once again, and delight their hordes of supporters. The game opened with Matthew Pavlich slotting through a goal with a banana kick from the Matthew Pavlich stand, which was quite well received by the crowd, and continued with Fremantle slamming home 5 opening quarter goals to Geelong’s zero, including Matthew Pavlich’s 600th goal - again, quite well received. Once Fremantle had the Cats on the ropes, they kept pounding away, crushing their spirits with the traditional mid game strangle (not to be confused with Hayden Ballantyne mid-game dacking) before kicking on to win by a very tidy 32 points and rocket back up the ladder, poised to take back their spot in the top 4.

fremantle 5.3 7.11 10.15 13.18 96
geelong 0.3 3.5 6.7 9.10 64
fremantle Goals
Pavlich 3
Ballantyne 3
Mzungu 2
Fyfe 1
Duffield 1
Barlow 1
Sheridan 1
Pearce 1
geelong Goals
Hawkins 3
Varcoe 2
Horlin-Smith 1
Bartel 1
Murdoch 1
Motlop 1
Clinton Wolf Medal Votes
Matthew Pavlich 3Hayden Ballantyne 2David Mundy 1
InjuriesNone
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NEXT GAME
FREMANTLE PLAY SYDNEY AT ANZ STADIUM. SATURDAY AT 12:45PM .
LAST GAME
FREMANTLE DEFEATED PORT ADELAIDE BY 8 POINTS.