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TL;DR news on Fremantle Dockers at April 22, 2023

A horror turnover from Tom Highmore in defence gave Andrew Brayshaw a golden look at the goalface and he put through the seventh straight goal for the Dockers. 2) FYFE BACK AT FULL TILT With the Dockers out of sorts and getting demolished in the centre in the first half, Nat Fyfe had spent all his time forward and had just five touches. It's a big show of faith by Fremantle in Pearce, whose promising career was stalled in round nine, 2016 when he broke a leg. Logue's shift to the forward line over the past six weeks has shown promising signs, but it remains to be seen whether he will stick with the Dockers or seek greater opportunities elsewhere. Fremantle's pursuit of Luke Jackson has complicated matters, with a bidding war set to erupt over the star Demons big man. The big man has played 133 AFL games since making his debut for GWS in 2014 before getting traded to Fremantle at the end of 2018. BEST Fremantle: Brayshaw, Fyfe, Brodie, Serong, Clark, Frederick, Darcy. Having Fyfe, Matt Taberner, Rory Lobb and Griffin Logue as marking options in attack is a big advantage for Fremantle. Note all stats below include players who played their first 49 games at Fremantle only. But defence did not seem to be on the agenda of either side as Fremantle fought back, getting their first through Taberner and working back to level the score. The incident occurred in the fourth quarter with a dangerous tackle against Port Adelaide's Connor Rozee during Fremantle's eight point win at Optus Stadium in round 16. Facebook Twitter Whatsapp Reddit Email Share There was a mark of the year contender near three quarter time of the Dockers, Power game with Mitch Georgiades taking an outstanding mark. Game of the round; Dockers versus Power.