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Fremantle Dockers vs North Melbourne Kangaroos: AFL live scores

24th April, 2021
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Fremantle

99

Match Complete

North Melbourne

48

26
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Fremantle

99

Match Complete

North Melbourne

48

Fourth Quarter
M. Taberner26:53
L. Schultz24:35
23:25T. Powell
16:48C. Taylor
T. Colyer13:50
N. Fyfe12:51
11:46B. Cunnington
M. Taberner9:19
2:18T. Campbell
M. Walters29:41
L. Schultz27:16
26:22L. Davies-Uniacke
M. Taberner25:13
C. Serong22:59
M. Frederick21:05
19:44Rushed
S. Darcy18:10
N. Fyfe15:04
10:07T. Thomas
8:40T. Goldstein
7:25Rushed
D. Mundy4:45
2:40N. Larkey
28:29L. Davies-Uniacke
N. Fyfe26:19
24:23J. Stephenson
22:09T. Thomas
J. Aish16:14
14:32Rushed
T. Colyer12:57
M. Taberner10:14
L. Schultz8:22
D. Mundy6:31
C. Serong4:20
M. Crowden2:25
J. Aish1:05
M. Taberner30:24
R. Lobb26:09
D. Mundy24:00
18:51K. Turner
M. Frederick16:57
15:46J. Stephenson
14:00W. Phillips
10:57C. Zurhaar
T. Colyer7:54
L. Schultz3:11
N. Fyfe2:39

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The >Fremantle Dockers have a chance to climb into the top eight when they tackle the North Melbourne Kangaroos at Optus Stadium. Stay up to date with their AFL clash with live scores on The Roar from 8:15pm (AEST).

Adelaide may be the reigning wooden-spooners, but Fremantle’s win over the Crows away from home was arguably their most impressive so far this season. The Dockers have flown under the radar at 3-2, but the spirited victory away from home was in stark contrast to their two disasters in other away games and has them higher up the ladder than many predicted at this stage.

North Melbourne, in fairness, have been much more competitive over the last fortnight after their capitulation on Good Friday but, ultimately, they haven’t come close to claiming a win and still look to be several rungs below anyone else in the competition. A trip to Perth is hardly the tonic for the winless wooden spoon favourites.

The Dockers have won four of their last five games against the Kangaroos, including the last two by an average of 73 points. North Melbourne have lost six of their last seven matches in Perth, including three losses in four games against Freo.

Game information

Opening bounce: 8:15pm (AEST)
Venue: Optus Stadium, Perth
TV: Fox Sports 3, Seven (WA only)
Live stream: Kayo Sports, Foxtel Now, Foxtel Go
Betting: Dockers $1.08, Kangaroos $7.70 (odds via PlayUp)

Teams

Fremantle
B: Ethan Hughes, Brennan Cox, Griffin Logue
HB: Reece Conca, Luke Ryan, Nathan Wilson
C: Blake Acres, Andrew Brayshaw, James Aish
HF: Travis Colyer, Rory Lobb, Michael Frederick
F: Lachie Schultz, Matt Taberner, Michael Walters
FOL: Sean Darcy, Nat Fyfe, David Mundy
I/C: Caleb Serong, Mitch Crowden, Heath Chapman, Josh Treacy
EMG: Darcy Tucker, Connor Blakely, Lloyd Meek, Tobe Watson

North Melbourne
B: Aiden Bonar, Ben McKay, Shaun Atley
HB: Jack Ziebell, Josh Walker, Atu Bosenavulagi
C: Curtis Taylor, Jy Simpkin, Jaidyn Stephenson
HF: Kayne Turner, Cameron Zurhaar, Luke Davies-Uniacke
F: Jack Mahony, Nick Larkey, Tarryn Thomas
FOL: Todd Goldstein, Ben Cunnington, Tom Powell
I/C: Lachie Young, Will Philips, Connor Menadue, Tom Campbell
EMG: Taylor Garner, Bailey Scott, Dom Tyson, Eddie Ford

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