You Be Ross: Fremantle v Sydney

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!"

 
     
Dane Rampe
Ted Richards
Nick Smith
Chris Mayne
Zac Clarke
Hayden Ballantyne
     
Nick Malceski
Heath Grundy
Rhyce Shaw
Matt de Boer
Matthew Pavlich
Nat Fyfe
     
Kieren Jack
Josh Kennedy
Jarrad McVeigh
David Mundy
Ryan Crowley
Cameron Sutcliffe
     
Ben McGlynn
Lewis Roberts-Thomson
Lewis Jetta
Paul Duffield
Michael Johnson
Nick Suban
     
Luke Parker
Lance Franklin
Brandon Jack
Lee Spurr
Luke McPharlin
Zac Dawson
     
Mike Pyke
 
Aaron Sandilands
Dan Hannebery
 
Tendai Mzungu
Harry Cunningham
 
Stephen Hill
Craig Bird
Jake Lloyd
Lachie Neale
Jeremy Laidler
Tom Derickx
Clancee Pearce
Ryan O'Keefe
Zak Jones
Matt Taberner
Aliir Aliir
Michael Apeness
Danyle Pearce
Tommy Sheridan
Hayden Crozier

If You Can't Stand The Heat. Go Back To Victoria

“I hope you bastards remember the sunscreen” Pavlich snarked as he shook Essendon captain, Jobe Watson’s hand. It was bloody hot out and by the look of that sweat building on Jobe’s forehead, he’d either just sat through an interview with an anti-doping official or the weather was already getting to him. 

The WA sunshine had smiled on Fremantle. Hit by a string of injuries and Nat Fyfe’s decent towards a Hannibal Lecter like attitude to football, they needed something to go their way.  A bit of a sunny day is usually all it takes to have the Victorians carrying on like they’ve cross the river Styx, smothering their face in zinc, setting up Louisiana style airboat propellers to keep themselves cool and, hilariously trying to act like the heat isn't affecting them but this was a scorcher.  The big yelow ball of gas had taken on the role of 19th man, well 23rd man, well 22nd if you discount Zac Dawson. 

Fremantle tried not to laugh at the Dons as they stood around blowing before the siren had been, but they weren't so kind after the ball had been bounced. 

Pavlich knocked a couple of them down, already dizzy from sunstroke, took a strong grab then dished it off to Ryan Crowley and then sat back as Crowley dobbed the goal and then gobbed off at Jobe Watson.

One they'd locked in a lead they decide to see how much they could run the Bombers around before the Essendon players started fainting. Up and down, left and right, they ran them into the ground for twenty minutes before Danyle Pearce felt sorry for the bastards, danced around a couple and gave them a quick breather by kicking Freo's second goal. 

Essendon blokes were falling over everywhere, limping about, running off for ice baths and zinc top ups and Dyson Heppell even tried to run onto the ground wearing a hat with two beer cans and a straw (he was stopped by the AFL’s strict one can policy). They were a deteriorating from a rabble into something resembling Carlton. 

But then they got a lucky break. A loose kick took the ball into their forward line, Ryan Crowley and Lee Spurr's shared enthusiasm for the footy lead to their heads colliding and, in the confusion, Jobe Watson was able to get the ball and kick a very lucky goal from the only shady pocket on the ground. 

Of course, Zac Dawson was back after a week out suspended so that goal was followed up by another and the two teams went into the first break with a similar scoreline. 

There was nothing similar about the way the two teams handled the quarter time break though. Over on the Essendon side it was beach umbrellas and the most ice seen at Subiaco Oval since the Eagles 2006 Premiership celebrations, while Fremantle opted for Slankets and a thermos flask of Cream of Mushroom soup, to make it feel cooler when they ran back out onto the ground. 

The Bombers came back onto the ground looking cranky. They pushed, they shoved, they tried to pretend they wouldn’t all abandon the game if a Mr Whippy van had ventured down Roberts Road, Greensleeves ablazing.  Fremantle looked unbothered by the whole new era of post global warming sport and Taberner snapped a lazy one to put Freo in front in the opening minutes of the quarter. 

Heat or no heat, however, soup is not a great snack to have between quarters of football. Maybe a light broth based number if you really had to but the cream of mushroom wasn’t sitting right in a few of the players stomachs. It left them a bit flat around the ground and the Bombers managed to fight through their exhaustion to sneak a couple of goals past the gastroenteritically challenge Fremantle players. 

The Fremantle players weren’t happy. It’s one thing to exploit a team’s lack of heat sense but exploiting a man with an upset tummy is taking liberties. Fremantle had a good mind to dry up the goals, shut down the game and force Essendon into a grueling afternoon of trying to break through a brutal zone defense. 

Then Ben Howlett thought it would be a clever idea to hit Aaron Sandilands in the head. The big fella went mental. It was full on Hulk Smash time as he stormed around the ground whacking puny humans. And when Sandilands fired up, it was like someone had lit the Beacons of Gondor. The entire team got angry, abandoned their sensible win by numbers plan and decide to school the Bombers in some old style WA run and stun footy. 

It was great stuff. Raking left footers down the wings, carving runs through the middle, dashes off the half back line leaving over fed forwards in their wake. The crowd were loving it. Mundy put Freo back in front with a beauty from the Jeff Farmer Back Spasm Pocket (before Luke McPharlin sconned him in the head and gave him membership in the red vest club), Suban drilled one from what he’s now claiming was 176 metres out and Matthew Pavlich sent Fremantle into the half time break with a handy lead by kicking a lovely goal from the Jeff Farmer Purple Jesus Pocket. 

At half time Fremantle continued their Superclimatisation method of heat management, donning full tracksuits, eating curries and listening to the Red Hot Chilli Peppers. Essendon headed down the local grog shop to stand around in the big fridge for ten minutes while Bomber Thompson recounted tales of the winters in Geelong.

Of course, hydration is always an important factor in the recovery process when you’ve been out in the heat and it appears this particular grog shop didn’t stock anything soft. The only possible explanation for the state Essendon returned to the ground in was that they were all drunk as Buswells. 

The quarter started straight forwardly enough. Hayden Ballantyne swooped in under three Bombers players, dodged around another three and then toed the ball in for what, for an ordinary person, would be considered a miraculous goal. Then things started getting weird. 

Luke McPharlin floated up into the forward line, didn’t knock any of his team mates unconscious, and slotted through Fremantle’s 8th.

All of a sudden blokes were queuing up to kick goals.  Danyle Pearce from the Jeff Farmer Goal After the Siren Pocket, Matthew Pavlich from the centre square, Matt Taberner after taking a mark that should start scaring the league’s defenders, Lachie Neale after weaving through just about the entire Essendon 18 and Tendia Mzungu finishing off from a Danyle Pearce midfield rampage.  They were magnificent. 

Even if the Essendon players had been sobre they wouldn’t have known what had hit them (for the record, most of the time it was Aaron Sandilands that had hit them). There was nothing dire or defensive about the Dockers. They hit hard and attacked even harder, moving the ball quickly and booting it long. It was 25 minutes of football perfection as they stretched their lead out to 48 by the break. 

When three quarter time came around, there was only one bit of good news for the Bombers - Fremantle’s forward line was going to be in the shade for the last quarter. 

The Dockers didn’t waste the opportunity to spend some time in that shade. Michael Johnson loped down the wing, hit Pav on the chest with a lace out, sponsors logo to the camera pass and Pav was in the mood for goals so he jailed it. 

Zac Clarke wasn’t far behind Pav, he flew at the footy, took a screamer and put the Dockers 10 goals up. 

Then Stephen Hill won football, all codes, when he effortlessly collected the ball out of Aaron Sandilands’ hands and sent the ball sailing over the goal umpire’s hat from 87 metres out. 

Lachie Neale chimed in for one more before Fremantle shut up shop for the afternoon, confident they’d done all they could to bring about an end to the Essendon Football Club, and cruised in for a 53 point confidence boosting win.

StatsCloud: Fremantle v Essendon

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
Zac Clarke David Mundy Stephen Hill Ryan Crowley Matt De Boer Lachie Neale Zac Dawson Joshua Simpson Paul Duffield Michael Johnson Tendai Mzungu Cameron Sutcliffe Matthew Pavlich Matthew Taberner Nick Suban Hayden Crozier Danyle Pearce Lee Spurr Aaron Sandilands Clancee Pearce Hayden Ballantyne Luke McPharlin
 
kickscloud
Danyle Pearce Zac Clarke Stephen Hill Nick Suban Lee Spurr Aaron Sandilands Matt De Boer Hayden Ballantyne Lachie Neale Cameron Sutcliffe David Mundy Clancee Pearce Hayden Crozier Ryan Crowley Paul Duffield Matthew Taberner Luke McPharlin Tendai Mzungu Joshua Simpson Matthew Pavlich Zac Dawson Michael Johnson
 
handballscloud
Tendai Mzungu Matt De Boer Luke McPharlin Hayden Ballantyne Nick Suban Matthew Pavlich Cameron Sutcliffe Aaron Sandilands Matthew Taberner Hayden Crozier Paul Duffield Clancee Pearce Ryan Crowley Joshua Simpson Zac Dawson David Mundy Zac Clarke Lee Spurr Stephen Hill Lachie Neale Danyle Pearce Michael Johnson
 
markscloud
Hayden Ballantyne Nick Suban David Mundy Michael Johnson Lachie Neale Zac Dawson Paul Duffield Ryan Crowley Matthew Taberner Joshua Simpson Cameron Sutcliffe Stephen Hill Luke McPharlin Matthew Pavlich Lee Spurr Tendai Mzungu Aaron Sandilands Matt De Boer Clancee Pearce Hayden Crozier Danyle Pearce Zac Clarke
 
scorecloud
Cameron Sutcliffe Matthew Pavlich Matthew Taberner Hayden Ballantyne Tendai Mzungu Hayden Crozier Zac Clarke Luke McPharlin Zac Dawson Stephen Hill Danyle Pearce Lachie Neale Michael Johnson David Mundy Lee Spurr Paul Duffield Aaron Sandilands Matt De Boer Ryan Crowley Nick Suban Clancee Pearce Joshua Simpson
 
ratingcloud
Cameron Sutcliffe Zac Dawson Zac Clarke Michael Johnson Lee Spurr Joshua Simpson David Mundy Hayden Crozier Ryan Crowley Luke McPharlin Stephen Hill Aaron Sandilands Hayden Ballantyne Clancee Pearce Matthew Pavlich Tendai Mzungu Paul Duffield Matt De Boer Danyle Pearce Matthew Taberner Lachie Neale Nick Suban

Ship Steadied. Resume Construction of Trophy Cabinet.

Good news Fremantle supporters, the premiership is back on the cards after the Dockers bounced back from a rough night against the Hawks last week to completely and utterly humiliate the Essendon Football Club...and anyone who's ever been associated with them. A mildly warm afternoon, Fremantle's pressure and Aaron Sandiland's thirst for blood saw Freo grind down the Bombers in the opening half before smashing the peptides out of them in the third quarter with a stunning display of Australian Rules Football that netted them 7 goals, despite David Mundy subbed off at half time with a busted head. Fremantle finished off the effort in the last quarter with the opening 4 goals before showing some mercy and putting on the handbrake to finish the game a very classy 53 points in front, sending them soaring back up the ladder and back into premiership favouritism.

fremantle 2.1 6.3 13.4 18.5 113
essendon 2.1 4.2 5.4 9.6 60
fremantle Goals
Pavlich 3
D.Pearce 2
Taberner 2
Neale 2
Hill 2
Crowley 1
Mundy 1
Suban 1
Ballantyne 1
McPharlin 1
Mzungu 1
Clarke 1
essendon Goals
Hardingham 2
Watson 1
Daniher 1
Gleeson 1
Winderlich 1
Jetta 1
Stanton 1
Melksham 1
Clinton Wolf Medal Votes
Danyle Pearce 3Luke McPharlin 2Lachie Neale 1
InjuriesDavid Mundy (smashed head)
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Rate The Players: Fremantle v Essendon

Have your say on how the Dockers players performed on the weekend by rating each player from zero to five or just pop in and have a look what everyone else had to say about the team.

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Dockerland Budget: Fremantle v Essendon


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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Twenty Two Players Found To Tackle Bombers

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The nay sayers said it couldn’t be done but Ross Lyon laughed in their faces and has indeed managed to find 22 players to run out onto the ground on Sunday afternoon. While many questions whether or not most of Essendon’s 22 should be allowed to take to any sporting field at all, it was Fremantle who were under the spotlight this week with the sudden loss of Fyfe, Barlow, Walters, Ibbotson and Chris Mayne… as well as a bunch of players who don’t meet the due diligence test or whatever it says at the top of Chris Bond’s spreadsheet. On top of that, Zac Dawson is back into the team. It’s not all bad news though. Clancee Pearce is back with Colin Sylvia set to make his purple debut. Josh Simpson is in the mix too, along with Matt Taberner and Zac Clarke. In contrast to Fremantle, the Bombers are looking pretty healthy and have just chucked a few names onto the end of last week’s team to fill out the form correctly. They can’t afford the fine.

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You Be Ross: Fremantle v Essendon

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!"

 
     
Zac Dawson
Luke McPharlin
Lee Spurr
Brendon Goddard
Joe Daniher
Paul Chapman
     
Danyle Pearce
Michael Johnson
Paul Duffield
David Zaharakis
Jason Winderlich
Ben Howlett
     
Cameron Sutcliffe
Ryan Crowley
David Mundy
Heath Hocking
Jobe Watson
Brent Stanton
     
Hayden Ballantyne
Matthew Pavlich
Matt de Boer
Michael Hibberd
Dustin Fletcher
Dyson Heppell
     
Hayden Crozier
Zac Clarke
Lachie Neale
Michael Hurley
Cale Hooker
Mark Baguley
     
Aaron Sandilands
 
Jake Carlisle
Tendai Mzungu
 
David Myers
Stephen Hill
 
Jackson Merrett
Colin Sylvia
Nick Suban
Dylan Van Unen
Josh Simpson
Clancee Pearce
Jason Ashby
Matt Taberner
Tommy Sheridan
Martin Gleeson
Jack Hannath
Jake Melksham
Travis Colyer
Kyle Hardingham
Leroy Jetta

There's No Redemption In Round 3

 Redemption wasn’t waiting for Fremantle at the MCG. It had been billed as a Grand Final Rematch but there was nothing grand or final about this match.  A win wouldn’t dry up the tears that fell last September, nor fill the hole in Matthew Pavlich’s giant heart, nor mend the psychological damage to Nat Fyfe that he tries to cover up with hair, nor bring back those lost days between October 12th and 18th that saw Hayden Ballantyne disappear only to return speaking fluent mandarin and missing a kidney. It certainly wouldn’t repair the damage Aaron Sandilands did to all that furniture, and the walls, and those cars and the buildings, and those poor, poor villagers,  on that fateful morning last year when the night terrors boiled over. That was all behind them now and the only way forward was to get their hands on that shiny, purple ribbon adorned cup. 
 
It was actually one of the few times that when a coach says the game is just about 4 points that they were telling the truth.  The 4 points would keep one of the two sides on top of the ladder for another week, they'd save the pain and humiliation for later on the year when the stakes were high. 
 
The fact that both teams missing a few important players - Nat Fyfe, Michael Barlow, Hodge, all the Hawthorn ruckman and even Zac Dawson helped take the heat out of the build up but no one was expecting just how low key Fremantle would start the game. Ross Lyon's legendary dampening skills looked to have been over used pre-game as the Dockers stood around watching the Hawks wander away from the centre with the football. 
 
Perhaps, through their one experience their, Fremantle thought all games at the MCG started with a parade and Hunters & Collectors concert, and they were waiting for them to play Nat Fyfe’s new anthem ‘Throw Your Arms Around Him’ but it was looking  like the Hawks had caught Fremantle off guard a bit. They put on a couple of quick goals with Fremantle not just struggling to keep up but starting  to look very much outclassed. Ross Lyon must have been regretting his decision to not bring over any replacements for Barlow and Fyfe in the centre square. 
 
The expectation was that Fremantle would settle, block the Hawks run and try and sneak through a couple of late ones before regrouping at quarter time but the Hawks just kept kicking goals.  Fremantle's defence was a shambles and it became apparent just how important Zac Dawson is to the team, they desperately needed someone to blame it all on. 
 
Matthew Pavlich eventually juggled a mark in the goal square, so he was just within his range, and managed to get Fremantle on the scoreboard (avoiding another humiliating goalless opening quarter like the previous time they'd played the Hawks) but by quarter time Fremantle had conceded more goals than they had in an entire game this season. Not to mention the 30 points they were in the hole. 
 
It wasn't time to panic though. Ross Lyon would soon be striding out into the centre to give them all what for and send them off to go about their business, throwing a blanket over the Hawthorn midfield, shutting down the Hawks' forward line and bringing this game of football to it's knees.
 
He probably needed to explain it all a bit clearer. Smith dobbed a couple of early goals to push the Hawks even further ahead and it was looking like not much had changed. They were still slow and sluggish, and the structure had more holes in it than a story about one of Troy Buswell’s nights out.
 
The steady hands of Matthew Pavlich got Fremantle their second goal but that almost seem to irritate the Hawks. They went on a rampage and Fremantle offered little resistance.
 
Before the game, Ross Lyon had pointed out that Fremantle needed to keep the Hawks under 12 goals if they were going to win the game. That Hawks had their 12 goals by half time so Fremantle  had to spend most of the long break retooling their strategy  and when they returned from the rooms it looked like Ross had finally taken off the handbrake, unleashing a star studded bunch of huge big men and chaotic small forwards in a kaleidoscope of attacking options, with Matthew Pavlich brought up his third goal inside the opening minute.
 
The Fremantle supporters braced themselves for a resounding Freeee-ooooo chant, anticipating it to be the first of many in the Fremantle fightback...but those Melbourne Freo supporters don’t have much luck. It was all a bit of a mirage. There was no fight in the Dockers and Hawthorn kept on marching towards a percentage boosting win with another three goals, some might say unnecessarily flashy goals at that. 
 
Ballantyne and Duffield kicked a couple of nice ones to ease the indignity of the two goal first half but the Hawks were running Fremantle into the ground, leaving themselves little room to improve later in the season. Fremantle, on the other hand, had a lot of what the football linguists like to call up-side. In fact they had a crap load of up-side and, since there was no indication of self harm from the Fremantle players, that’s presumably what they focussed on at three quarter time when they went in 11 goals down. 
 
In a better world, they would call these sorts of games off and let everyone  go their separate ways, never to speak of it again but the people running the AFL have always been bastards and they’ve always hated Fremantle, so the Dockers headed out to the last quarter where the Hawks put upon them the ultimate indignity - they eased up. 
 
Not worthy of Hawthorn’s time anymore, the Hawks shut up shop in the last quarter and let the Dockers kick some cheap goals, denying Fremantle the chance to save face. But Freo are a professional unit and, though they knew they had been well beaten, they ignored Hawthorn’s hubris, put thrown egos aside and made the most of the opportunity, kicking 6 goals and cutting back on some of the damage done to their percentage. 
 
When the final siren sounded, Hawthorn had the 4 points and the spot on top of the ladder but Fremantle know there are plenty more of those 4 points on offer and they’ll bide their time. For in 22 weeks the Dockers will finally get that shot at redemption.
 

StatsCloud: Hawthorn 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
Garrick Ibbotson David Mundy Paul Duffield Jack Hannath Nick Suban Lachie Neale Stephen Hill Tendai Mzungu Hayden Ballantyne Danyle Pearce Cameron Sutcliffe Michael Walters Chris Mayne Lee Spurr Aaron Sandilands Michael Johnson Luke McPharlin Matthew Pavlich Ryan Crowley Matt De Boer Hayden Crozier Tom Sheridan
 
kickscloud
Hayden Ballantyne Ryan Crowley Nick Suban Lee Spurr Danyle Pearce Michael Walters Tendai Mzungu Paul Duffield Hayden Crozier Chris Mayne Cameron Sutcliffe Aaron Sandilands Jack Hannath Matthew Pavlich Luke McPharlin Stephen Hill Garrick Ibbotson Lachie Neale Tom Sheridan Matt De Boer David Mundy Michael Johnson
 
handballscloud
Tendai Mzungu Danyle Pearce Hayden Crozier Paul Duffield Tom Sheridan David Mundy Ryan Crowley Lee Spurr Garrick Ibbotson Hayden Ballantyne Lachie Neale Jack Hannath Matthew Pavlich Cameron Sutcliffe Chris Mayne Michael Walters Michael Johnson Aaron Sandilands Matt De Boer Nick Suban Stephen Hill Luke McPharlin
 
markscloud
Jack Hannath Tom Sheridan Lachie Neale Danyle Pearce Nick Suban Chris Mayne Garrick Ibbotson Luke McPharlin Hayden Ballantyne Lee Spurr Michael Walters Ryan Crowley Michael Johnson Aaron Sandilands Cameron Sutcliffe Paul Duffield Matthew Pavlich Stephen Hill Hayden Crozier Matt De Boer David Mundy Tendai Mzungu
 
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Nick Suban Danyle Pearce Ryan Crowley Tom Sheridan Stephen Hill Cameron Sutcliffe David Mundy Chris Mayne Hayden Crozier Tendai Mzungu Matt De Boer Luke McPharlin Michael Johnson Lee Spurr Paul Duffield Michael Walters Garrick Ibbotson Hayden Ballantyne Matthew Pavlich Lachie Neale Aaron Sandilands Jack Hannath
 
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Cameron Sutcliffe Jack Hannath David Mundy Lee Spurr Matt De Boer Michael Walters Michael Johnson Paul Duffield Garrick Ibbotson Tom Sheridan Luke McPharlin Matthew Pavlich Hayden Ballantyne Stephen Hill Danyle Pearce Lachie Neale Hayden Crozier Chris Mayne Aaron Sandilands Tendai Mzungu Ryan Crowley Nick Suban
NEXT GAME
FREMANTLE PLAY CARLTON ON A THURSDAY NIGHT FOR SOME REASON.
LAST GAME
FREMANTLE LOST TO ST KIDLA BY 58 points.