Three-word analysis: Every Fremantle Docker summed up after shock loss to Gold Coast

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Fremantle were beaten by the Suns on Sunday.
Camera IconFremantle were beaten by the Suns on Sunday. Credit: Chris Hyde/via AFL Photos

If you could sum up Fremantle’s efforts in three words, what would you choose? Read our thoughts and leave your own below.

Hayden Young: Strong rebounding presence

Alex Pearce: Constantly under siege

Griffin Logue: Deserves his spot

Brennan Cox: Intercept game strong

Luke Ryan: Big rebounding presence

James Aish: Wherever, whenever, whatever

James Aish continued to play a versatile role.
Camera IconJames Aish continued to play a versatile role. Credit: Russell Freeman/AFL Photos

Blake Acres: Didn’t miss beat

Andrew Brayshaw: Never stopped working

Jordan Clark: Effective both ways

Travis Colyer: Not enough pressure

Bailey Banfield: Clean in conditions

Bailey Banfield tried hard in tough conditions.
Camera IconBailey Banfield tried hard in tough conditions. Credit: Russell Freeman/AFL Photos

Darcy Tucker: Struggled to impact

Josh Treacy: Didn’t do enough

Rory Lobb: Collins had measure

Lachie Schultz: Important score involvements

Lachie Schultz of the Dockers kicks the ball during the 2022 AFL Round 09 match between the Gold Coast Suns and the Fremantle Dockers at Metricon Stadium.
Camera IconLachie Schultz of the Dockers kicks the ball during the 2022 AFL Round 09 match between the Gold Coast Suns and the Fremantle Dockers at Metricon Stadium. Credit: Russell Freeman/AFL Photos

Sean Darcy: Beaten by Witts

Will Brodie: You miss me?

Caleb Serong: Midfield heavy lifting

Michael Frederick: Speed a non-factor

David Mundy: Looked off pace

Neil Erasmus: Ripping first goal

Heath Chapman: Star still rising

Brandon Walker: Came on late

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