Busselton’s Jye Amiss continued building form for the Fremantle Dockers with a four-goal haul on Saturday, despite his side falling short by 29 points against the Western Bulldogs. The Dockers went head-to-head against the Bulldogs at Marvel Stadium, where a huge final quarter effort from the Bulldogs helped them to an important 16.6 (102) to 11.7 (73) victory. Amiss was named amongst Fremantle’s best for the match with his four goals, including an impressive goal over the shoulder during the second quarter. Along with the four majors, the 19-year-old ultimately finished with six disposals, three marks, a tackle, a goal assist, five score involvements, and three pressure acts. Former Harvey Brunswick Leschenault Lion Ethan Hughes played his role in the defensive half, finishing with 15 disposals, two marks, two tackles, three intercept possessions, two score involvements, and eight pressure acts. Dunsborough’s Reuben Ginbey and Harvey’s Brady Hough just missed out on tasting glory with the West Coast Eagles after St Kilda pipped them at the post in a nailbiter at Optus Stadium on Sunday. The Eagles led throughout the contest in response to ongoing criticism but St Kilda fought back to claim the win 12.13 (85) to 12.5 (77). Ginbey stepped up in the midfield, finishing with 13 disposals, three marks, four tackles, an intercept possession, two goal assists, four score involvements, 14 pressure acts, two clearances, and three inside 50s. Hough showed desperation in the backline, finishing with nine disposals, six marks, a tackle, four intercept possessions, two score involvements, 18 pressure acts, and an inside 50. Former Manjimup Tiger junior Marlion Pickett made his return to the footy field on Thursday, a little over two weeks after he faced Perth Magistrate’s Court charged with burglary offences. While Richmond were unable to keep up with the Brisbane Lions at the Gabba, losing 20.14 (134) to 7.11 (53), Pickett was sighted throughout the Tigers’ offensive half. The 31-year-old ultimately finished with nine disposals, a mark, a tackle, three intercept possessions, five score involvements, 17 pressure acts and three inside 50s.