Fremantle Dockers

Fremantle DockersOne of the newer clubs in the AFL, the Fremantle Dockers joined the league as the second Western Australian team in 1995. After struggling initially for some time, Fremantle found sustained success in the late 2000s, although they are still one of three teams yet to win a premiership.

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Fremantle started 2017 in fine form, eclipsing their previous season’s win total in round eight and winning six of their first nine games. The Dockers were awful from that point forward though, winning just two more games for the year to finish 14th.

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Senior coach: Ross Lyon
Captain: Nat Fyfe
2017 finish: 14th
2017 best and fairest: Bradley Hill
2017 leading goalkicker: Cam McCarthy (25)
Premierships: none

2017 Team List
Hayden Ballantyne, Griffin Logue, Zac Dawson, Sean Darcy, Garrick Ibbotson, Danyle Pearce, Nat Fyfe, Nick Suban, Bradley Hill, Michael Walters, Tommy Sheridan, Jonathon Griffin, Harley Bennell, Lachie Weller, Ethan Hughes, David Mundy, Hayden Crozier, Darcy Tucker, Connor Blakely, Matt Taberner, Joel Hamling, Shane Kersten, Cam McCarthy, Harley Balic, Alex Pearce, Ed Langdon, Lachie Neale, Brady Grey, Zac Clarke, Aaron Sandilands, Stephen Hill, Cameron Sutcliffe, Lee Spurr, Michael Apeness, Michael Johnson, Luke Ryan, Josh Deluca-Cardillo, Sam Collins, Matthew Uebergang, Ryan Nyhuis, Taylin Duman, Luke Strnadica

Harley Bennell Fremantle Dockers AFL 2017

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Last updated: 9 November, 2017

Fremantle Dockers Articles

I lost a bet to Adelaide Docker, and this was my punishment

I lost a bet to Adelaide Docker, and this was my punishment

by , 5 Oct 2017

Many parallels can be drawn between Star Wars and the AFL. Both have enduring histories, epic rivalries and powerful entities orchestrating perfidious acts; but above all, they’re enriched with heroes and villains we love or hate.

Fremantle Dockers season review and possible trade moves: 2017

Fremantle Dockers season review and possible trade moves: 2017

by , 27 Sep 2017

Fremantle had a fair season in 2017, claiming eight wins with six of them in the first half of the campaign. Overall, their percentage and the margin of a few losses were rather disappointing for Dockers fans.

Dockers re-sign Ballantyne for 2018

by , 14 Sep 2017

Hayden Ballantyne’s AFL career will extend into a 10th year after the Fremantle goalsneak earned a one-year contract extension.

Back off homesick players

Back off homesick players

by , 5 Sep 2017

AFL clubs across the board should back off players who are homesick and want to be traded back.

Fremantle have much to do to reach Ross Lyon’s 2020 vision

Fremantle have much to do to reach Ross Lyon’s 2020 vision

by , 1 Sep 2017 Popular article!

2020 – it’s the year that Ross Lyon is contracted until, and it’s the year that Fremantle must open up their next premiership window by if they’re to take full advantage of a re-signed Nat Fyfe’s immense talent.

2017 season review: Fremantle Dockers

2017 season review: Fremantle Dockers

by , 1 Sep 2017

Fremantle doubled their win tally from 2016’s annus horribilis, but a truly awful second half of the season makes them a very difficult team to read heading into next season.

Who will be your club’s next captain? Part 2

Who will be your club’s next captain? Part 2

by , 29 Aug 2017

After looking at who will likely be the next captains of Adelaide, Brisbane, and Carlton, today we’re assessing likely future skippers of Collingwood, Essendon, and Fremantle.

Comeback story complete as Bombers lock in finals

Comeback story complete as Bombers lock in finals

by , 27 Aug 2017

Essendon have completed their transformation from 2016 wooden-spooners to AFL finalists after seeing off Fremantle by 15 points at Etihad Stadium.

Essendon Bombers vs Fremantle Dockers highlights: AFL live scores, blog

Essendon Bombers vs Fremantle Dockers highlights: AFL live scores, blog

by , 27 Aug 2017 Popular article! Video

Match result: Essendon have completed their transformation from 2016 wooden-spooners to AFL finalists after seeing off Fremantle by 15 points at Etihad Stadium.

Four goals too many for the struggling dockers

Four goals too many for the struggling dockers

by , 25 Aug 2017

Fremantle are set to finish their season this Sunday, at Etihad Stadium, in 14th position on the ladder with a record of 8-14.


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