Fremantle captain Nat Fyfe has been revealed as one of the elite set shots from the AFL’s star midfielders despite his disastrous day in front of goal against Hawthorn on Sunday.
Mitchell Lewis has been slapped with a one-match ban for striking Caleb Serong, while Jaegar O’Meara escaped with a fine for his elbow on the young Freo midfielder.
The AFL's fourth round was full of heart stopping action and our journalists Mark Readings and Craig O’Donoghue run a ruler over the weekend thanks to Maccas.
In today’s A Six-Pack Of IPA (Interesting Points, Allegedly), we look at West Coast’s second-half woes, Sean Darcy’s truly complete ruck-forward performance, and more.
Fox Footy commentator Anthony Hudson has sent social media into frenzy over an apparent slip of the tongue.
After a training stint with his legendary father Jeff’s Melbourne Demons, Kobe Farmer has returned to his original WAFL club and had an instant impact.
Fremantle coach Justin Longmuir has implored Andrew Brayshaw to embrace the tag as a ‘badge of honour’ after Hawthorn elected to target him in Fremantle’s 15-point win on Sunday.
Nat Fyfe’s inaccurate return of 0.6 didn’t cost Freo - but it did cost one punter more than $13K. Should the Freo skipper’s six behinds count as a goal to get his multi over the line?
Taylin Duman pushed his case for an AFL recall with a best-on-ground performance in Peel’s historic thrashing of East Perth on Saturday.
Fremantle captain Nat Fyfe has vowed to “turn the place upside down” to arrest his inaccuracy in front of goal after kicking 0.6 against Hawthorn - starting with a post-game session at Optus Stadium.
Veteran defender Reece Conca or ruckman Sean Darcy? Which Docker was Fremantle’s best player in the win over Hawthorn? Every player rated.
Fremantle ruckman Sean Darcy played one of the best games of his career to help Freo over the line, while a triple premiership winner was kept very quiet.
Bullied last week. Blanketed for two & a half quarters this week. But in the end a critical part of a last quarter Fremantle midfield surge that won the Dockers the game. Take a bow Andrew Brayshaw.
Fremantle struggled with their radar - led by 0.6 from skipper Nat Fyfe - but showed courage and maturity to hold off several Hawthorn pushes to grind out a 15-point triumph.
How would you sum up that hard-fought, arm wrestle win over Hawthorn? Here’s our three-word analysis of every Docker.
Taylin Duman put his hand firmly in the air for a recall, while fellow defender Griffin Logue made a promising return from injury. Here’s how each Dockers-listed player went at WAFL level yesterday.
A friend from my boarding school days in Kilmore Victoria, Angus Graham, is the perfect example of the trials and tribulations that are the plight of modern AFL ruckmen.
Harley Bennell returned to where it all began tonight, lining up for his junior club Pinjarra in the Peel Football League alongside two of his brothers and another fellow ex-Docker. SEE THE PICS
Fremantle forward Sam Sturt will play his first game since round five last season, after being named to return against Hawthorn at Optus Stadium tomorrow.
Fremantle have called for an increase to the football department spending cap for next season so they can spend more on medical resourcing, amid their ongoing injury carnage.
Fremantle are leaning towards playing their tallest forward line of the season, despite the prospect of yet another wet Dockers home game.
Ryan Daniels: WA footy has once again been treated like the generic, uneaten salad on the side of a pub parmi.
South Fremantle will start knocking on doors immediately to raise $40 million to redevelop Fremantle Oval after a masterplan of the new ground proposal was presented to the City of Fremantle.
Newton’s third law is that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. For every benefit where Fyfe is, there is an equal and opposite price to pay for where he isn’t.
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