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

To all our Docker member/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

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Freo and Giants deadlocked in thriller PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chris   
Saturday, 18 February 2017 12:26

scource: Afl.com.au

A cool set shot by Aimee Schmidt secured a thrilling draw for Greater Western Sydney against Fremantle in a fierce and entertaining contest at Blacktown International Sportspark.

Both sides were searching for their first win of the inaugural NAB AFL Women's season and Fremantle appeared on track, leading at every change and for the vast majority of the contest. However, the Giants, buoyed by an enthusiastic 4000-strong crowd, mowed down their opponents with five second-half goals to leave the match tied at 7.1 (43) to 6.7 (43).

Freo made the better start, kicking 1.3 in the opening quarter and keeping the home side scoreless, before adding another two goals in the second. The Giants’ intensity was rewarded with two second-quarter goals, putting them within striking range at the main break, which was extended from 16 minutes to 20 under the heat rule.

With vice captain and marquee player Emma Swanson making her mark in her first appearance of the season, GWS gained the ascendancy in the midfield in the third term and took the lead with a goal to Phoebe McWilliams, before Freo hit back through Stacey Barr and Ashley Sharp to gain a five-point advantage at three-quarter-time.

After a torrid tussle in the final term, Schmidt took her opportunity to level the scores with only time-on remaining, leaving a frantic final period in which both sides fought unsuccessfully for the decisive point.

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Fyfe to lead Freo in 2017 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chris   
Wednesday, 15 February 2017 14:35

scource: Afl.com.au

Fremantle will take a new look leadership group into the 2017 season with midfielder Nat Fyfe at the helm as the club’s ninth captain.

Selected with pick 20 in the 2009 National Draft, Fyfe adds the captaincy to a number of achievements from a stellar career - including the 2015 Brownlow Medal, two Doig Medals and two All Australian selections. 

Tuesday’s vote also saw two new faces included in the leadership group, with Michael Walters and Lachie Neale joining Fyfe, David Mundy, Aaron Sandilands and Lee Spurr based on the 5-4-3-2-1 voting method.

Fyfe takes the reigns from Mundy, who led the side in 2016, after Matthew Pavlich captained the club for nine years from 2007 to 2015.

The appointment of Fyfe, Walters and Neale into new leadership roles comes as the side embarks on a new era.

The club is set to move into their new training and administration facility this month, boasting a list with a strong profile of players aged in the low-to-mid twenties.

At 25-years-old, Fyfe is the same age as Pavlich when he was appointed captain for the first time.

“It hasn’t really sunk in fully yet, but it’s just fantastic to get the support of the players, and to also have two new members of the leadership group,” Fyfe said.

“It’s an exciting time for the footy club and we have an exciting group to lead the club for the next four or five years.

“We’ve got fresh new talent through he door. We’ve got great coaching staff and people in administration roles.

“The club’s in really good hands and the future looks exciting.”  

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Freo lose hard-fought clash PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chris   
Monday, 13 February 2017 15:47

scource: Afl.com.au

The Brisbane Lions remain unbeaten in the AFL Women's competition after notching a fiercely determined 13-point win over Fremantle on Sunday.

In front of a capacity crowd at Fremantle Oval, the visitors extended their lead at every change and had too much firepower for Fremantle, emerging 5.6 (36) to 3.5 (23) winners.

Led by strong-marking marquee player Tayla Harris (two goals), dangerous forward Jessica Wuetschner (two) and imposing tall Sabrina Frederick-Traub (one), the Lions came back from 10 points down in the second term to record their second victory.

The Lions are carving out a reputation as the AFLW's road warriors having overcome Melbourne in the wet at Casey Fields and now Fremantle in front of a vocal pro-Freo crowd.

Freo stepped up the intensity after last week's disappointing loss to the Western Bulldogs, but again struggled to apply enough scoreboard pressure.

Fremantle peppered the goals early in the final term but couldn't convert a major, before Harris took a towering pack mark and slotted the match-winner in the final minute.

The Lions remain firmly in Grand Final contention sitting in third spot – equal on points with top team Adelaide and Carlton – with a home game against bottom placed Collingwood to come.
 

Fremantle's second loss has them anchored to seventh on the ladder and facing a must-win clash against Greater Western Sydney next Saturday. 

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