Fremantle Dockers fans will have the special opportunity to watch their AFL idols in action when the club ventures to the South West for an open training session. During the club’s first official week of pre-season training, Fremantle’s first-to-fourth year players will be put through their paces in their first open training session ahead of the 2023 AFL season at Busselton’s Bovell Park on Friday from 3pm, as part of the club’s South West community camp. The open training session will also provide the first opportunity for fans to watch and meet Fremantle’s three new additions from the trade period in Luke Jackson, Jaeger O’Meara and Josh Corbett, along with the club’s newest draftees who were selected on Tuesday. During the second night of the 2022 national draft, Fremantle selected Hugh Davies (pick 33), Tom Emmett (pick 41), Max Knobel (pick 42) and Corey Wagner (pick 57). Busselton’s very own Jye Amiss has been named as one of several players set to be involved in the training session, along with the likes of Caleb Serong, Jordan Clark, Hayden Young and Nathan O’Driscoll. Along with the opportunity to get up close and personal with the Dockers, fans will be able to join in on the family friendly activities set to be on offer such as an inflatable obstacle course, super goals, footy activities and face painting. Prior to the open training session in Busselton, the Dunsborough Sharks Football Club are set to host the Fremantle Dockers in a sportsmen’s night at their clubhouse on Thursday. The event will involve a panel session with a number of players, coaches and club officials, along with a fan Q&A session, photo and signing opportunities and a number of auction items. The Fremantle Dockers will also be making visits to schools within the region during their camp.