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Beginnings: Fremantle Football Club, nicknamed The Dockers and known informally as "Freo", is one of 16 teams in the AFL (Australian Football League. EST 1994

Records:
  • * Highest ladder position (after Rd 22): 3rd, 2006
  • * Wooden spoons: One (2001)
  • * Finals series reached: Two (2003, 2006)
  • * Biggest winning margin: 112 points, against Collingwood, 8 May 2005, at Subiaco Oval, 28.12 (180) to 10.8 (68)
  • * Biggest losing margin: 117 points, against West Coast on 15 April 2000, at Subiaco Oval, 28.10 (178) to 9.7 (61); against Adelaide on 11 July 2009, at AAMI Stadium, 19.16 (130) to 1.7 (13)
  • * Longest winning streak: 9 games (Round 14, 2006 – Round 22, 2006)
  • * Longest losing streak: 18 games (Round 22, 2000 – Round 17, 2001)
  • * Highest Score: 28.12 (180), against Collingwood, 8 May 2005, at Subiaco Oval
  • * Lowest score: 1.7 (13), against Adelaide, 11 July 2009, at AAMI Stadium
Full Ladder Team P W L D FOR AGNST % PTS
16 Fremantle 22 4 18 0 1574 2119 74.3 16

Points of interest v Crows

Bradley Hill chats about what Indigenous Round means to him.

Freo the form side?
Fremantle has won six of their past seven games while Adelaide have won one of their past three.
But the Crows have been in ominous form all year and seem to have hit their straps again after an 80-point win over Brisbane in round nine.

Attack v defence
Fremantle boasts the second best defence since making significant changes after round two, conceding just 77 points per game between rounds three and nine.
On the other hand, the Crows have the most prolific forward line in the competition, averaging 122 points per game in 2017. 

How handy is Sandi?
The numbers say ‘very’.
Sandilands, who will miss the clash through injury, leads the league in hit outs and is second in hit outs to advantage. Fremantle have won just three of their past 15 games without Aaron Sandilands in the lineup.
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Stars align for proud Griffin

Club community partner, the 'ICEA FOUNDATION' ran a workshop with players and staff on reconciliation and cultural understanding.

Jon Griffin has always relished playing in the AFL's Indigenous Round while representing the side he grew up supporting.

But his inclusion for the clash with the Crows on Saturday at Adelaide Oval has an added significance.

Including Griffin, Fremantle has named eight players in their starting 22 with indigenous heritage.

Barring any late changes, Freo will break the record of seven indigenous players in a single side, first set by Fremantle in round seven of the 2003 season.

Approximately 10 per cent of players in the AFL system are indigenous, however this number is a significantly higher for Fremantle at 23 per cent.

“Fremantle as a football club have always had a strong affiliation with indigenous players,” Griffin said.

“So to be able to have so...


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Freo re-sign AFLW stars

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Fremantle have signed on a large core of their side for the 2018 AFLW competition.

Fremantle has secured the signatures of 18 players from their inaugural season in the AFL Women’s competition, including marquee players Kara Donnellan and Kiara Bowers. 

Donnellan captained Fremantle in 2017 and was Freo’s sole representative in the All Australian squad, while Bowers is yet to play a game after injuring her knee with the Coastal Titans during the 2016 WAWFL finals.

Dana Hooker, Fremantle’s inaugural fairest and best winner, has also signed on alongside Lara Filocamo, who finished fourth in the AFLW fairest and best.

The remaining signees include Ashley Sharp, Brianna Green, Tayla Bresland, Tiah Haynes, Amy Lavell, Stacey Barr, Ebony Antonio, Belinda Smith, Hayley Miller, Gabby O’Sullivan, Kirby Bentley, Melissa Caulfield, Gemma Houghton and Cassie Davidson.

The AFLW has increased the...


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TABtouch 22: Two changes for historic side

AFL 2017 Round 09 - Fremantle v Carlton

Fremantle is set to make history during the Sir Doug Nicholls round, with eight indigenous players named in the side that will face Adelaide at Adelaide Oval on Saturday night

Fremantle is set to make history during Sir Doug Nicholls round, with eight indigenous players named in the side that will face Adelaide at Adelaide Oval on Saturday night.

The squad features two changes from the side which defeated Carlton by 35 points in round nine, with Jon Griffin and Darcy Tucker coming in for the injured Aaron Sandilands and Ed Langdon.

Griffin featured strongly for Peel last Saturday against Perth at Lathlain Park.

The versatile ruck/forward had 36 hit outs and kicked two goals in the Thunder’s 90 point win.

Tucker was held over as an emergency during Fremantle’s win over Carlton last week and has made five AFL appearances this season, averaging 15 disposals.

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“It’s an Australian jumper” - Lyon

Fremantle has a proud Indigenous history at the club.

Ross Lyon has expressed his own personal pride in Fremantle’s indigenous jumper ahead of Saturday’s Sir Doug Nicholls round clash with the Crows at Adelaide Oval.

The jumper was presented to the players by co-designer Richard Walley, who worked with 1997 Doig Medal winner Dale Kickett on the artwork.

Walley, an indigenous elder and Fremantle’s no.1 ticket holder, told the playing group that the idea of the design was not to just represent indigenous culture, but to be a design that would include all Australians.

“It’s a great round to be a part of and what’s really important is that we had Richard Walley come in and present the jumper and the design to the players,” Lyon said.

“His overriding message is that it’s an Australian jumper. 

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Past players show their support

A few Freo favourites visits Cockburn Arc ahead of Indigenous Round.

As a club with a proud indigenous heritage, Fremantle welcomed past players Troy Cook, Scott Chisholm and Antoni Grover to Thursday’s training session at Victor George Kailis Oval ahead of Saturday’s indigenous round clash with Adelaide.

Fremantle players donned the newly designed indigenous guernseys for the training session and the past players were given a tour of the new facility by CEO Steve Rosich.

Chisholm spoke highly of Indigenous Round, highlighting the strong link between football and indigenous culture.

“I think when every indigenous player walks out onto the football field our culture is right there with them,” Chisholm said.

“There’s a passion we have for our culture and the game represents young boys turning into men.

“It’s aligned with us and that’s what we stand tall for, we got to walk around...


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Match preview: Crows v Freo

Sonny chats about the importance of Indigenous Round.

SUMMARY
This looms as one of the more intriguing games of the weekend. A few weeks ago Adelaide seemed to be the best team going around by a reasonable margin before losses to North Melbourne and Melbourne brought them back to earth. An 80-point win against the Brisbane Lions last Saturday indicated a return to form, but Fremantle should pose a bigger threat. Freo has won six of their last seven but have a percentage of 90.7, staggeringly low for a team in fifth spot. There's no denying some of the quality Ross Lyon has at his disposal though. Nat Fyfe, Lachie Neale and Bradley and Stephen Hill help form a threatening midfield, while Michael Walters is running through there with great success. However, the Crows are the No.1 side in the AFL for contested possessions, with Rory Sloane and Matt and Brad Crouch all in the top 22...


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Watch Freo take on the Pies in style

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Aboriginal culture - Australia's collective treasure

Freo’s number one ticket holder and respected Indigenous elder Richard Walley presented the 2017 Indigenous jumper to the playing group on Tuesday morning.

Walley spoke to the players and coaches about what the jumper represented, but also touched on what Indigenous Round means to him.

He recalled a story from a time he was holidaying with a group of friends in Rome and a discussion started about Australia’s culture and his Italian tour guide’s opinion of Australia having no culture.

“He started to get a bit cheeky with us, saying that we didn’t have any culture,” Walley recalled.   

“We were at the Colosseum when the conversation started, so I asked him if he was a direct descendant of Caesar.

“He said no, so then I asked if he was a descendent of the gladiators and he wasn’t either. He wasn’t able to tell me if there were any descendants of Caesar still in Rome,”

Walley went on to...


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From the Crows: Smith in doubt

Ross Lyon spoke to the media ahead of Freo's clash against the Crows.

Adelaide defender Brodie Smith faces a fitness test on his injured hamstring ahead of Saturday night's clash with an in-form Fremantle at Adelaide Oval.

Smith was restricted to light running at the team's main training session on Wednesday morning.

"Brodie's got a little bit of work to do in the next couple of days," Crows coach Don Pyke said.

"He was doing some running today and he completed that really well, up to nearly max speed.

"He'll have to do some more ball work later in the week.

"We'll assess that in terms of what his awareness is tomorrow, how he moves, or Friday, depending on when we decide to run him.

"We're pretty positive on him at the moment."

Smith tweaked his hamstring during the Crows' 80-point thumping of the Brisbane Lions at the Gabba last weekend.

Forward Troy Menzel didn't train and will...


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Who comes in for Sandi and Ed?

Ross Lyon spoke to the media ahead of Freo's clash against the Crows.

Ross Lyon ruled out both Aaron Sandilands and Ed Langdon for selection for Saturday’s clash with the Crows at Adelaide Oval.

Lyon said in Wednesday’s media conference that Sandilands has “tightened up in the hamstring” and would be given time to rest, and acknowledged that Langdon has been troubled with knee soreness.

A number of Fremantle listed Peel players are in line for selection to replace the injured pair after defeating Perth by 90 points at Lathlain Park on Saturday. 

Jon Griffin
Lyon said he expects Griffin to play his first game since being omitted after Fremantle’s round two clash with Port Adelaide.
Griffin has performed well for Peel during the past two months, averaging 31 hit outs and kicking four goals from six appearances.

Sean Darcy
While Griffin is most likely to replace Sandilands, Darcy...


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WAFL Watch: Coach's comments – Rd 10

Peel recorded its third consecutive victory over Perth at Lathlain Park.

Peel Thunder won their third straight game with a 90-point victory over Perth at Lathlain Park on Saturday.

Thirteen Fremantle listed players featured in the league game while Luke Strnadica played in Peel reserves 71-point loss to Perth.

Senior development coach Marc Webb runs through how the players fared.

Luke Ryan
Played half-back for the majority of the game. Took nine marks and looked composed with his skill while kicking a goal. 

Brennan Cox
It was a solid performance from Brennan. He played in the backline and had 17 marks, four contested marks and had an impact while supporting the defence. He’s shown his capabilities as a defender after starting the year as a forward.

Nick Suban
Nick had 26 possessions and 18 kicks and was really strong with his ball use and his run on the wing. 

Josh Deluca
Played his...


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Lyon flags two changes

Ross Lyon spoke to the media ahead of Freo's clash against the Crows.

Aaron Sandilands and Ed Langdon won’t be available for selection for Saturday’s clash with the Crows at Adelaide Oval, according to senior coach Ross Lyon.

Both Sandilands and Langdon are expected to miss at least one week. 

“Aaron Sandilands wont play this week…and Langdon we’ll just manage him,” Lyon said. 

“(Langdon’s) been playing sore so there will definitely be two changes.”

Lyon added that scans had confirmed that the injury wasn't serious.

“He’s just tightened up in the hamstring,” Lyon said.

“It’s just a bit weaker than we would like. The scan was cleared but it was a bit weaker. We need to get him strong again.

“Hopefully, (one week out) is what we’re aiming for.”

Lyon said Jon Griffin was the most likely replacement for Sandilands.

“We’re bringing in (Jon) Griffin, and he’ll execute his role,” Lyon...


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Lyon's plan to stop star Crows

Ross Lyon spoke to the media ahead of Freo's clash against the Crows.

Mitigating the impact of Adelaide’s star players will take an internal, not external, focus, according to senior coach Ross Lyon.

Freo face the top of the table Crows on Saturday night at Adelaide Oval, with the home team boasting an assortment of star players including forward Eddie Betts, midfielder Rory Sloane and defender Rory Laird.

Lyon said that the key to defeating the Crows was through a strong team performance rather than targeting any individual player.

“I think we’ve acknowledged that Adelaide have a lot of good players. They’re a really good team and we’re going to have to plan and prepare well,” Lyon said.

“But we want to focus on our own footy and our focus has been about improvement.”

“Even out of the weekend, we learnt a lot out of our first quarter and we turned it around. 

“After our first...


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HBF injury update: Ballantyne sidelined

Jason Weber runs through the injury list ahead of round ten.

Hayden Ballantyne’s return to AFL level will be delayed for another three to four weeks, according to high performance manager Jason Weber.

Weber said that Ballantyne suffered a minor tear in his hamstring during Peel’s 90-point win over Perth on Saturday at Lathlain Park.

“Hayden returned to the WAFL on the weekend after having suffered quite a significant hamstring injury that required surgery,” Weber said.

“During the game he suffered another injury at the opposite end of the same muscle. 

“It’s quite a minor injury but on the back of the surgery at the other end (of his hamstring) and it’s probably going to take three games or thereabouts to get that one right.” 

Weber also gave an update on Harley Bennell, who is continuing to progress as a part of Fremantle’s rehabilitation group.

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Dear Eddie...

Michael Walters wants to swap jumpers with Eddie Betts after Sunday's game against the Crows.

If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then it seems Adelaide superstar Eddie Betts has a big fan in Fremantle small forward Michael Walters.

A star in his own right, Walters said on Tuesday he tried to base his own game on the brilliant Crow.

Walters has already asked whether they can swap jumpers after Adelaide and the Dockers' Sir Doug Nicholls Indigenous Round clash this Saturday night.

"I'm always excited going up against guys like Eddie Betts and Charlie Cameron...they're strong role models in the indigenous community and it's always exciting to play against them," Walters said.

"I snuck him a text today asking if I can swap jumpers with him at the end of the game.

"We're pretty close. The Indigenous boys go on a camp every two years and we're all pretty close."

Walters...


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Sonny’s dance in the works

Fremantle has a proud Indigenous history at the club.

A fruitful night at Adelaide Oval against the Crows this Saturday could be a cause for celebration for Michael Walters.

Walters, who kicked three goals against Carlton last Sunday, says that Freo’s indigenous players are hoping to have the chance to enjoy a special goal celebration if they can put in a strong performance.

Both Walters and Pearce have done a similar celebration in the past in the 2015 clash with GWS at Subiaco Oval.

“I don’t have a dance planned as yet but I’m pretty sure me, Johnno (Michael Johnson) and Danyle (Pearce) will work on something this week,” Walters said.

“Bradley Hill’s up there, he loves a dance and loves a sing along.

“We’ll get the rehearsals done and see how we go.”

Walters was wearing the jumper Fremantle will wear on Saturday, which was designed by Fremantle’s no.1 ticket holder Richard...


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Hill thrives on mental strength

Michael Walters addresses the media on Tuesday.

Michael Walters has hailed the work of teammate Bradley Hill, with the new recruit continuing to impress since his arrival at Fremantle.

Walters said in Tuesday’s media conference that Hill’s strengths lie in his determination and gut running, with the 23-year-old wingman leading the club in metres gained in 2017.

“He’s a really good player, isn’t he?” Walters said.

“He’s one of those players that runs all day and that’s what makes him so good. 

“He’s so mentally strong as he can push through games and run his opponent into the ground.”

Hill was among Fremantle’s best in rounds seven and eight against Essendon and Richmond but was comparatively quiet against Carlton despite kicking two crucial goals.

Walters said that an off day could be excused with Hill playing on a quality opponent in Carlton’s Ed Curnow.

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In case you missed it: Rd 9 v Carlton

The highlights from Fremantle's 35-point win over Carlton.

With a 35-point win over Carlton on Sunday at Domain Stadium, Fremantle won their sixth game from the past seven rounds and moved up to fifth on the AFL ladder.

Here are some of the notable moments and performances from the game.

Slow start, strong finish
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before, because Fremantle prevailed once again after having their backs against the wall.
In soggy conditions, Carlton raced to a 28-0 lead before Freo responded, piling on 13 of the last 16 goals of the game.
Fremantle scored 34 points in the opening half and 52 points after half time, and it’s been a similar story all season.
In 2017, Freo has done 62 per cent of their scoring in the second half, with 278 points up to half time and 449 points after the main break.

Switching things up
Carlton delivered the first 12 inside 50s of the contest...


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Thunder keeps rolling

Peel Thunder has recorded its third consecutive victory after an emphatic 90-point win over Perth at Lathlain Park.

Hayden Ballantyne kicked two goals and had 13 disposals in his first game back from a hamstring injury, while Luke Ryan had 31 possessions and Brennan Cox pulled in 17 marks.

Peel were quick out of the blocks and had their first goal on the board in the opening minutes, but the Demons hit back quickly in a tight first quarter.

The Thunder ran away with the game in the second term, opening up a six-goal half-time lead.

Another six goals in the third quarter effectively finished the game and the final margin could have been even bigger if Peel had kicked more accurately in the final term.

Ruckman Jon Griffin, who kicked two goals from 19 possessions, said the Thunder were keen to start the game strongly. 

“We knew that Perth were going to come out firing,” he said.

“They...


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Round 8
When Home Away Venue
Friday, 22 May (7:50 pm) Geelong 22.8 (140) def. Carlton 9.9 (63) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 32,032)
Saturday, 23 May (1:45 pm) St Kilda 12.6 (78) def. by West Coast 20.11 (131) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 23,598)
Saturday, 23 May (2:10 pm) Greater Western Sydney 16.12 (108) def. Adelaide 12.12 (84) Spotless Stadium (crowd: 9,481)
Saturday, 23 May (4:35 pm) Gold Coast 9.9 (63) def. by Collingwood 20.12 (132) Metricon Stadium (crowd: 16,440)
Saturday, 23 May (7:20 pm) Hawthorn 9.15 (69) def. by Sydney 11.7 (73) MCG (crowd: 63,319)
Saturday, 23 May (5:40 pm) Fremantle 17.13 (115) def. North Melbourne 5.12 (42) Domain Stadium (crowd: 35,836)
Sunday, 24 May (1:10 pm) Essendon 21.10 (136) def. Brisbane Lions 12.6 (78) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 36,857)
Sunday, 24 May (3:20 pm) Melbourne 15.13 (103) def. Western Bulldogs 9.10 (64) MCG (crowd: 29,381)
Sunday, 24 May (4:10 pm) Port Adelaide 5.13 (43) def. by Richmond 11.10 (76) Adelaide Oval (crowd: 44,451)

Round 9
When Home Away Venue
Friday, 29 May (7:50 pm) Sydney 19.8 (122) def. Carlton 9.8 (62) SCG (crowd: 32,105)
Saturday, 30 May (1:45 pm) Hawthorn 14.9 (93) def. Gold Coast 6.4 (40) Aurora Stadium (crowd: 11,320)
Saturday, 30 May (1:40 pm) Melbourne 8.6 (54) def. by Port Adelaide 18.7 (115) TIO Traeger Park (crowd: 4,866)
Saturday, 30 May (4:35 pm) Western Bulldogs 16.17 (113) def. Greater Western Sydney 11.2 (68) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 16,395)
Saturday, 30 May (7:25 pm) Richmond 10.12 (72) def. Essendon 8.11 (59) MCG (crowd: 83,804)
Saturday, 30 May (7:10 pm) Adelaide 7.15 (57) def. by Fremantle 10.8 (68) Adelaide Oval (crowd: 45,009)
Sunday, 31 May (1:10 pm) Brisbane Lions 13.8 (86) def. by St Kilda 16.12 (108) Gabba (crowd: 16,898)
Sunday, 31 May (3:20 pm) Collingwood 17.10 (112) def. North Melbourne 14.11 (95) MCG (crowd: 43,452)
Sunday, 31 May (2:40 pm) West Coast 16.24 (120) def. Geelong 10.4 (64) Domain Stadium (crowd: 37,676)
  • Dustin Fletcher of Essendon became the third player in VFL/AFL history to play 400 games.[23]
  • Aaron Sandilands (Fremantle) recorded 69 hit-outs against Adelaide, the highest amount since game statistics were documented from 1965;[24] this broke the previous record of 63 set in 1982 by Gary Dempsey.[25] The new record stood for only two weeks, before Sandilands bettered the tally in Round 11.[26]
  • Fremantle recorded its best ever start to the season, winning its first nine matches; its previous best unbeaten start to a season was three matches, in 2010.[27]

Round 10
When Home Away Venue
Friday, 5 June (6:10 pm) Fremantle 10.10 (70) def. by Richmond 15.7 (97) Domain Stadium (crowd: 38,019)
Saturday, 6 June (1:40 pm) Carlton 14.6 (90) def. by Adelaide 14.15 (99) MCG (crowd: 32,035)
Saturday, 6 June (4:35 pm) Gold Coast 5.11 (41) def. by Sydney 13.15 (93) Metricon Stadium (crowd: 13,068)
Saturday, 6 June (7:20 pm) Essendon 7.11 (53) def. by Geelong 19.8 (122) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 40,632)
Saturday, 6 June (7:10 pm) Port Adelaide 16.4 (100) def. Western Bulldogs 9.8 (62) Adelaide Oval (crowd: 40,907)
Sunday, 7 June (1:10 pm) Greater Western Sydney 14.13 (97) def. Brisbane Lions 10.7 (67) Spotless Stadium (crowd: 9,079)
Sunday, 7 June (3:20 pm) North Melbourne 13.7 (85) def. West Coast 10.15 (75) Blundstone Arena (crowd: 12,011)
Sunday, 7 June (4:40 pm) St Kilda 10.9 (69) def. by Hawthorn 20.12 (132) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 33,886)
Monday, 8 June (3:20 pm) Melbourne 13.7 (85) def. by Collingwood 17.8 (110) MCG (crowd: 66,120)

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