Fremantle v GWS: Dockers secure top-two spot – The Age

The AgeFremantle v GWS: Dockers secure top-two spotThe AgeFremantle 4.2 6.8 10.11 12.12 (84) GWS 1.2 2.6 5.8 9.9 (63) GOALS Fremantle: Walters 4, Mayne 2, Pavlich 2, Pearce, Mundy, Pearce, Griffin. GWS: Cameron 2, Lamb, Wilson, Griffen, Lobb, Coniglio, Scully, Hoskin-Elliott. BEST Fremantle: Mundy, Neale, ...Fremantle Dockers overcome gallant GWS Giants for 21-point AFL winABC OnlineFreo extends lead at top in Giant scareFox SportsGWS...

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Nat Fyfe reported as Fremantle hold off inventive Western Bulldogs – The Age

The AgeNat Fyfe reported as Fremantle hold off inventive Western BulldogsThe AgeThat was a place they never looked like being as Fremantle burst out of the blocks and bulldozed their way to 61 more possessions at quarter-time and a plus-21 dominance of contested ball. Beveridge noted the opposition's strong bodies, their ability ...2015 AFL season: Fremantle defeats Western Bulldogs by 13 points at Etihad ...Herald SunFremantle...

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Western Bulldogs coach Brendan McCartney laments loss to Fremantle, says … – Herald Sun

Western Bulldogs coach Brendan McCartney laments loss to Fremantle, says ...Herald SunWESTERN Bulldogs coach Brendan McCartney admits the club shares external impatience for success after his side suffered a 38-point loss to Fremantle yesterday. In front of just 14,913 people at Etihad Stadium, the Bulldogs fell to their seventh loss...

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Fremantle Dockers defeats Western Bulldogs by 38 points at Etihad Stadium in … – Herald Sun

AFL.com.auFremantle Dockers defeats Western Bulldogs by 38 points at Etihad Stadium in ...Herald SunFremantle's defensive work strangled the life out of the Bulldogs and they were never threatened seriously, winning 13.11 (89) to 6.15 (51) in front of only 14,913 fans on Sunday at Etihad Stadium. While the 'Dogs could not be questioned for their ...[VIDEO] Western Bulldogs vs Fremantle Dockers: AFL live scores, blog,...

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Grey in line to make debut for Fremantle – The West Australian

Grey in line to make debut for FremantleThe West AustralianFremantle teenager Brady Grey has the defensive grunt and work ethic to fill the breach left by an injured Matt de Boer against the Western Bulldogs at Etihad Stadium on Sunday, according to former coach Luke Shackleton. Grey, 18, was last night named...

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