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Dockers players were left gutted following the club's 15-point grand final loss to Hawthorn on Saturday, with the team left to rue a series of missed opportunities in front of goal. Tens of thousands of fans packed into the heart of Fremantle on
OLD man has been charged with assault after a pub fight in Fremantle following the Dockers' loss in the AFL grand final. Police say the man was being evicted from the Norfolk Hotel at 7pm (WST) on Saturday following the Dockers' loss to Hawthorn when
Little Creatures is just one of the lures of the iconic working harbour. With plenty of restaurants from fish and chips (Cicerello's is a staple) to fine seafood dining, cafes and bars along the boardwalk, the harbour is always pumping. Festivals
Lake first blunted Fremantle captain Matthew Pavlich as the Dockers managed just one goal in the first half, then took timely marks in defence as Fremantle threatened a second-half comeback. The recruitment of Jack Gunston from Adelaide a year
I'm not going to look forward to the family day tomorrow, I'll be a bit sore." Full credit to Fremantle, they kept fighting and they kept fighting . . . we looked at a few figures about our defensive game and we were right with them." You've got to
AFL Chief Operations Officer Gillon McLachlan had predicted that Fremantle's first Grand Final appearance would boost demand for last-minute tickets and many loyal Dockers fans were willing to pay a premium to witness the historic moment. Adam
A crowd of close to 100,000 is expected for today's premiership decider with Hawthorn hopping to win its 11th flag and Fremantle the first in its 19-year history. The paths to the ground are a sea of purple while Dockers fans have also packed
Dockers players are the centre of attention at Friday's grand final festivities in the city. Photo: Sebastian Costanzo The AFL has refused to pay the additional cost of a chartered flight that brought the Fremantle players and support staff to
Read on for a guide on which team supporters from each club should support tomorrow. Freo) Any Adelaide fan who reckons they didn't barrack a little bit for Freo when super megastar Tony Modra left West Lakes for Western Australia is probably lying...
When Chris Mayne, Hayden Ballantyne, Michael Walters and company were hot on our players' heels, 30,000 pulsating fans at Patersons Stadium were in raptures with every one of our errors. And with no obvious target to kick to another turnover beckoned!