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The 9th Away Game function at Moondyne Joe's  for 2017 is on Sun July 29th at 12.00pm V Giants
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2017 9th Away Game Function V Giants PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chris   
Monday, 18 April 2016 02:19

 If you missed the 8th  Away Game function at Moondyne Joe's  in 2017 you did miss the Docker Passion. Be at Moondyne Joes for our 9th Away Game Function for 2017 V  Giants Sun July 29th 12.00pm 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 Tuesday, 11 July 2017 19:01
Hawks give Clarko a 300th party PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chris   
Wednesday, 11 January 2017 13:38

scource: Afl.com.au

THE STAKES weren’t as high as they used to be but Hawthorn’s dominance over Fremantle endures, with the Hawks romping to a 52-point victory on Saturday night.

When these 2013 Grand Final opponents last met at Domain Stadium a spot in the ‘15 season-decider was up for grabs.

This time the Hawks and Dockers were ‘only’ fighting to keep their slim finals hopes alive, and it was the visitors who cruised to a 15.10 (100) to 7.6 (48) triumph.

It was Hawthorn’s 10th win over Fremantle from the past 11 clashes, and rubbing salt into the wounds was a knee injury suffered by Dockers gun Michael Walters two minutes into the final term.

As Walters pulled up short of a marking contest on the wing and hobbled to the bench, best-on-ground Jack Gunston (35 disposals, eight marks) iced the game with a long-range goal to extend the Hawks’ lead to 34 points.

It was the final nail in Freo’s coffin but, in reality, the Dockers never seriously challenged Hawthorn’s stranglehold on the contest after the visitors’ blistering start.

Last Updated on Sunday, 23 July 2017 08:32
Eagles punish wasteful Dockers PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chris   
Wednesday, 11 January 2017 13:42

scource: Afl.com.au

THE FINAL Western Derby at Domain Stadium won't live long in the memory, but West Coast banked four vital points as Fremantle blew a golden opportunity to claim local bragging rights. 

After a huge build-up to the 46th and, almost certainly, last confrontation between the bitter rivals at the soon-to-be defunct Subiaco venue, the error-riddled contest was a letdown as the Eagles claimed victory by 30 points.

West Coast's five-goal-to-nil opening burst and vastly-superior skills proved the difference in a clash marred by the Dockers' horrendous goalkicking.

Fremantle had the same amount of scoring shots but no winners in attack as the more efficient Eagles ran out 11.8 (74) to 5.14 (44) winners.

West Coast skipper Shannon Hurn was the unanimous choice as Ross Glendinning medallist after picking up 34 disposals across half-back.

The victory kept the Eagles (9-7) in the hunt for finals but their bonafides as anything other than an also-ran in the premiership race remain up for debate.

Last Updated on Sunday, 16 July 2017 19:14
Freo's gutsy win over North PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chris   
Wednesday, 25 January 2017 18:16

scource: Afl.com.au

Ryan Nyhuis has sealed a dream debut for Fremantle with two late goals that helped the Freo Dockers hold on for a heart-stopping four-point win over North Melbourne at Etihad Stadium on Sunday.

Nyhuis only came into the Freo Dockers' team when former skipper David Mundy was a late withdrawal with illness, but the 20-year-old defender was a revelation in attack, kicking four goals, the last of which at the 28-minute mark put Freo six points up.

Fremantle weren't home, however. A Jack Ziebell shot on goal two minutes later appeared to be going through before it was touched on the line, then in the dying seconds Todd Goldstein looked set to steal the win for North when he received a free kick 25m from goal after being held in a ruck contest.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 July 2017 19:06
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