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Talking Dockers Fundraiser PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chris   
Friday, 21 October 2016 08:30

To all our Loyal Talking Docker supporters we have started a GO FUND ME Campaign to assure our continued presence every Saturday morning  during AFL season on 91.3 sportfm for at least the next two yrs ie 2017 & 2018.

This decision has been taken due to the difficulty in attracting sponsors in the current economic climate. It was touch and go getting the show up for 2016 and the start of the 2017 is again filled with uncertaintly. We may get a couple of our regular sponsors to come aboard but there will be a short fall. We would like to get on the air for our 9th year in 2017.

 Please donate to and keep the only dedicated Freo Docker radio show on the planet broadcasting. GOFUNDME.com/Talking Dockers







…and Kersten makes four PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chris   
Thursday, 20 October 2016 10:29

scource: Afl.com.au

Fremantle’s latest deal in the AFL Trade Period will see Geelong forward Shane Kersten join Joel Hamling, 23, Bradley Hill, 23, and Cameron McCarthy, 21, as the fourth young West Australian to return home to WA to continue their playing career at Fremantle.

Fremantle secured the 23-year-old in exchange for the club’s fourth round pick 63 in the 2016 NAB AFL National Draft.

Originally recruited from South Fremantle in the WAFL, Kersten has signed a three-year contract with Fremantle.

Fremantle’s general manager of list management Brad Lloyd said the club was pleased to secure the “talented, young West Australian” on what was the last day of the Trade Period.

“Shane had a strong year in 2016 playing in Geelong’s forward line, where he showed his ability to play his role and kick goals,” Lloyd said.

“We look forward to Shane adding to Fremantle’s forward line and being a long-term player for the club.”
Hamling comes home PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chris   
Tuesday, 18 October 2016 14:56

scource: Afl.com.au

Fremantle has finalised a trade with the Western Bulldogs that will see the club receive 2016 premiership player Joel Hamling plus picks 40 (2nd round) and 63 (4th round) in the NAB AFL National Draft in exchange for Freo’s picks 35 (2nd round), 43 (3rd round) and 61 (4th round).

The 23-year-old key defender, who played junior football for Cable Beach in Broome, has signed a three-year contract with Fremantle.

Fremantle general manager of list management Brad Lloyd said the club had been monitoring Hamling since playing for WA in the AFL Under-18 Championships in 2011.

“Joel’s really grown physically over the past couple of years and we think there is more growth in him as a player,” Lloyd said.

“He is a promising key defender who we believe will come in and be a long-term player for Fremantle.”

Recruited from Claremont in the WAFL by Geelong in the 2011 National Draft, Hamling moved to the Western Bulldogs as a delisted free-agent in 2014.

He made his AFL debut in 2015 against GWS in round nine and went on to win the Bulldogs’ Best First Year Player award after playing 11 games that year.
Miller is Freo's number one PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chris   
Wednesday, 12 October 2016 12:58

scource: Afl.com.au

Fremantle have taken Hayley Miller with their first draft pick at the inaugural AFL Women’s National Draft.
Miller, who played alongside marquee signing Kiara Bowers for Coastal Titans in the WAWFL, was a member of Michelle Cowan’s Melbourne team in the exhibition game held in August.
Miller said she was looking forward to working with Cowan again.
“Michelle is just a great person in general,” she said.
“As a coach she understands her players and knows how to get the best out of everyone.
“Every experience I’ve had in being coached by her has been a positive one.”
Miller, who is a physiotherapy student at Curtin University, juggles work and football around her studies.
“Most of my time is taken up by uni, and then I’ve got to try and fit in gym sessions and training sessions,” she said.
“Apart from studying and part-time work, my life is football.”

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2016 Premiership
 Round 23
68 Swans
68 Cats
68 Hawks
64 Giants
64 Crows
64 Egirls
60 WBulldogs
48 Nth melb
48 Saints
40 Port
40 Demons
36 Colon Wood
32 Tigers
28 Carlton
24 Suns
16 Dockers
12 Lions
08 Bummers
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