It's resurrection season and, if you'll excuse the pun, Fremantle got into the spirit of things a week early, going to town on the reigning premiers in what many are calling the defining game of the 2017 season. Most experts are predicting that Fremantle will use that win as a launching pad for the rest of the season and eventually go on to win their first flag. Obviously consistency will play a big part in Fremantle rolling on through to September so the selectors have decided to turn Easter into a 6 day weekend to avoid the temptation of making any changes. Danyle Pearce, Jon Griffin and Matt Taberner get the opportunity to be the emergencies, which should save them having to drive down to Mandurah and play footy on Good Friday so an extra 80 people will get along to a WAFL match.


FB: Jake Melksham Tom McDonald Jayden Hunt
FF: Brady Grey Shane Kersten Michael Walters
HB: Neville Jetta Sam Frost Nathan Jones
HF: Ed Langdon Cam McCarthy Lachie Weller
C: Bernie Vince Clayton Oliver Billy Stretch
C: Bradley Hilln Lachie Neale Stephen Hill
HF: Dean Kent Sam Weideman James Harmes
HB: Connor Blakely Michael Johnson Garrick Ibbotson
FF: Jeff Garlett Jack Watts Christian Petracca
FB: Lee Spurr Joel Hamling Ethan Hughes
MID: Jake Spencer Dom Tyson Jack Viney
MID: Aaron Sandilands Nat Fyfe David Mundy
BENCH: Christian Salem Mitch Hannan
Alex Neal-Bullen Tomas Bugg
BENCH: Griffin Logue Tommy Sheridan
Hayden Crozier Harley Balic
Melbourne
v
Fremantle
Saturday
15th April 2017
11:45AM
Melbourne Cricket Ground
20
Melbourne $1.35
Fremantle $3.15
Seven11:30AM
Foxtel2:30PM