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The 5th Away Game function at Moondyne Joe's  for 2017 is on Sat May 27th   at 5.40pm   V  Crows
 
 
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2017 5th Away Game Function V Crows Live PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chris   
Monday, 18 April 2016 02:19

 If you missed the 4th  Away Game function at Moondyne Joe's  in 2017 you did miss the Docker Passion. Be at Moondyne Joes for our 5th Away Game Function for 2017 V  Crows  Sat May 27th 5.40pm WST. Take this opportunity to renew your membership or join up with the FreoMOB.

Don't be home alone watching a replay, get with the passion and be with fellow Dockers supporters and let's bring on the win at Moondyne Joe's.

Come along and be part of passion with the Fremantle Football Club's Largest Supporter group - The FreoMOB. We will be in the SPORTS BAR. IF YOU WISH TO HAVE A TABLE, IT IS ESSENTIAL TO MAKE A PRIOR BOOKING QUOTING YOUR FREMOB MEMBERSHIP  2017 Number OR IT WILL BE STANDING ROOM ONLY.
We will be having our margin tickets and raffle. All Docker supporters and members are welcome to join the MOBsters and cheer the boys home.

"Talking Dockers" on 91.3 SportFM every Saturdays from 9-10am where we review the previous week's game, preview the current game, interview young up coming Docker players, assistant coaches and senior officials.

"Talking Dockers" by passionate Docker Members for the passionate purple army.

See http://www.moondynejoes.com.au/ One of our Proud Sponsors of Talking Dockers

Last Updated on Sunday, 14 May 2017 16:07
 
Freo run home in the rain PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chris   
Wednesday, 11 January 2017 13:35

scource: Afl.com.au

Reborn Fremantle has surged into the top eight after prevailing over an undermanned but dogged Carlton by 35 points in wet and slippery conditions at Domain Stadium. 

As difficult as it may have seemed after a 0-2 start to the season, Ross Lyon's youthful and resilient outfit has stepped up to sit fifth on the AFL ladder.

Freo's percentage is 90.7 – the fifth-lowest in the competition – but they once again found a way to win in Sunday's scrappy 13.8 (86) to 7.9 (51) triumph. 

Fremantle's sixth victory from seven games was another comeback special, this time from 28-0 down in the first quarter.

Freo was dragged back into the contest by ball magnet Lachie Neale (37 disposals, one goal) and ruckman Aaron Sandilands' influence at stoppages, but it was Michael Walters' magic that broke the Blues' resistance.

Walters ended his four-game goal drought early in the third quarter when he put the Freo Dockers ahead for the first time and ignited a five-goal-to-one term. 

The star small forward, thrown back into attack following Stephen Hill's subdued return from injury, then added a near carbon copy goal and rolled through an instinctive third major as Freo surged to a 22-point lead at the final change.

Carlton, without Sam Rowe (knee) and Dale Thomas (blurred vision), refused to go away but didn't have the manpower or firepower to muster a serious fightback. 

However, the Blues deserve credit for another competitive showing coming off wins over Sydney and Collingwood, plus a spirited loss to St Kilda last round, and they landed first-quarter body blows on Fremantle.

In driving rain, Brendon Bolton's men executed his precision-kicking gameplan (78-37) to perfection, and alarm bells were ringing when Thomas' miraculous banana and Marc Murphy's snap as he was tackled to the ground both sailed through.

Fremantle's first inside 50 came at the 18-minute mark, but Bradley Hill's running goal gave the Dockers some impetus and they got to work at the coalface as the rain eased in the second stanza.  

Last Updated on Monday, 22 May 2017 13:37
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Freo's after the siren thriller PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chris   
Thursday, 09 February 2017 08:19

scource: Afl.com.au

David Mundy sealed the win with a cool set shot at the MCG on Sunday to break Richmond hearts and deliver Fremantle a fifth win in six outings.

The Tigers trailed by 30 points at three-quarter time, but gained the lead when Brandon Ellis kicked their fifth of the term with 21 seconds on the clock.

The Freo Dockers had not kicked a goal for the quarter to that stage, but Lachie Neale burst from the ensuing clearance to find Mundy in the pocket just before the siren sounded.

The former Freo skipper missed in a similar scenario against Geelong in round 20, 2014, but nailed it this time to seal a 10.12 (72) to 10.10 (70) triumph.

Richmond supporters will still remember Mundy also kicking a last-minute winner at their expense in 2015.

Michael Walters was best afield with 38 disposals, including 15 contested, while Dustin Martin (27 possessions) had an inspired second half.

Last Updated on Sunday, 14 May 2017 16:05
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Another Freo fight back PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chris   
Saturday, 18 February 2017 12:26

scource: Afl.com.au

Fremantle has staged another fighting come-from-behind win, this time overrunning a tiring Essendon outfit by 37 points in energy-sapping conditions at Domain Stadium on Sunday.

With the mercury pushing towards 30 degrees in Perth, the Bombers threw everything at the home side early and raced to a 27-point lead in the second term.

But John Worsfold's men couldn't hold off the fast-finishing Fremantle Dockers.

Fuelled by self-belief from thrilling fightback victories over the Bulldogs, Demons and Kangaroos, Fremantle hung in long enough before finding a spark in a six-goal-to-four third quarter.

Willed on by a 33,393-strong crowd, the Freo Dockers finished full of running, hitting the front for the first time when Cam McCarthy steered through a tough set shot at the six-minute mark of the last term and motoring away to a 17.14 (116) to 11.13 (79) win.

McCarthy's second from deep in the pocket iced the cake, after recalled big man Matt Taberner bagged his fourth in an encouraging first game for the season.

Freo's forward line had more bite with Taberner alongside recruits McCarthy and Shane Kersten (two goals), with Fremantle topping the ton for only the second time in 17 games.

Last Updated on Monday, 08 May 2017 13:39
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24 Cats
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20 Port
20 Tigers
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16 Demons
12 Swans
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