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Victorian Docker Supporters Dockers 2016 RD23 V WBulldogs PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chris   
Sunday, 08 March 2015 12:27

If you are living in Melbourne or over on business/holidays in 2016 and you want to watch Freo Home games (played at Domain Stadium or away) via the huge screen with fellow passionate supporters then join Seppo and other members of the Vic Cheer/Banner Squad at the Great Northern Hotel Rathdowne St Carlton.

The next Big Game is Dockers V Bulldogs Sun August 28th  4.40pm(AEST)

 Its getting so popular you will have to ring and  book if you want a table

Getting there from CBD is a simple as catching Tram 1 or 8 on Swanston st.

Don't be home alone get with the passion and the GNH. Great selection of beers and meals.

See http://www.gnh.net.au/


Last Updated on Saturday, 20 August 2016 18:30
Giants too good for Freo PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chris   
Saturday, 20 August 2016 18:24

scource: Afl.com.au

A career six-goal haul for Jonathon Patton has helped Greater Western Sydney to a 92-point win over Fremantle at Spotless Stadium on Saturday.
Patton overcame a quiet start to finish with eight marks, six of them inside 50, and his half a dozen majors after kicking two in each of the last three quarters.
As they have done so often in the second half of the season, the Fremantle Dockers were competitive in the first two quarters, but fell away in the second half to go down 19.15 (129) to 5.7 (37).
Defenders Nick Haynes, Adam Tomlinson and Zac Williams were dominant for the home side, while midfielders Lachie Whitfield, Ryan Griffen and Josh Kelly were also damaging, and Jeremy Cameron and Steve Johnson kicked three goals apiece.
Possession-machine Lachie Neale finished with a match-high 40 touches, 11 tackles and a goal.
Mature-age recruit Shane Yarran was the most dangerous forward on the ground in the opening term and kicked three goals.
The home side shared its goals around in the first quarter with Cameron, Johnson and Toby Greene among the scorers, while defenders Williams – in his 50th senior game - and Haynes provided outstanding run from the back 50, setting up a seven-point lead at quarter-time for GWS.
Harris stepping down as president PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chris   
Sunday, 14 August 2016 18:55

scource: Afl.com.au

Steve Harris is to step down as president of the Fremantle Dockers.

He made the announcement today during his president’s address at a pre-game function before Fremantle’s clash with Adelaide at Domain Stadium.

Harris, who is also chairman and CEO of The Brand Agency, which has offices in Perth, Melbourne, Auckland and London, told guests he was standing down to spend more time with his family and to focus on his business.

First appointed as a director in 2008 before commencing his seven-year term as president in December 2009, Harris confirmed that current vice president Dale Alcock would become the club’s fifth president.

During the Harris era as president, the club has increased membership by more than 30 per cent (from 39,622 in 2009 to the current record level of almost 52,000), recorded a profit in each of the past seven years, played in five finals series in that period, including four consecutive finals series from 2012 to 2015 and a Grand Final appearance in 2013, plus he has overseen the club’s pending relocation to its new world class training and administration facility at Cockburn Central West and the successful bid to secure the inaugural license for a WA team in the AFL’s new national women’s league. 

Crows power forward over Freo PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chris   
Sunday, 14 August 2016 18:47

scource: Afl.com.au

Adelaide flexed its muscles with yet another convincing win, this time over Fremantle, to stay in the hunt for a top-two finish. 

Eddie Betts and Josh Jenkins kicked 11 goals between them to help the Crows win, 21.16 (142) to 11.4 (70).
It is the first time in the Crows' history they have registered two wins at Domain Stadium in the same season after beating West Coast back in round 12.
The Freo Dockers' straight kicking in front of goal offset their poor field kicking.
The Crows yielded 16 of their 21 goals from Freo turnovers.
Betts was the major beneficiary. He kicked six goals, his best return this year, to take his season tally to 60. Jenkins bagged five, the majority from within 15m of goals.
Talking Points: 

Mayne in defence
Chris Mayne spent half the game in defence against West Coast and was down there again on Sunday afternoon. He had 20 disposals and five tackles and his calmness in the backline was evident as he finished with a disposal efficiency of 90 per cent. The 27 year old also had four rebound 50s, demonstrating his ability as a swingman.
The Sonny show
Michael Walters stood out as Freo’s best afield, kicking five goals. The small forward worked hard around the ground, collecting 17 possessions, laid two tackles and finished with two inside 50s. It’s also the first time Walters has kicked five goals in a game. Particularly impressive was his reading of the ball off the pack, with two of his goals scored after roving the pack at the top of the goal square.

The central battle
Fremantle dominated the ruck contests, as Aaron Sandilands and Zac Clarke combined for 43 hitouts, but Adelaide’s midfield was alert to the danger and clearances finished even at 34 apiece, with Lachie Neale collecting nine and David Mundy finishing with five. Adelaide’s midfielders shared the load with Matt Crouch finishing with nine, while Rory Sloane, Brad Crouch and Jarryd Lyons all ended the game with four clearances. 

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44 Saints
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