Game Chat – Hawthorn v Fremantle

Written by Motts on May 14 2016

Venue: York Park, 2:10pm AEST

Last 5 times:

1PF, 2015, Hawthorn 15.4 (94) d Fremantle 10.7 (67) at Domain Stadium
R15, 2015, Hawthorn 17.13 (115) d Fremantle 6.7 (43) at Aurora Stadium
R21, 2014, Fremantle 17.8 (110) d Hawthorn 13.13 (91) at Domain Stadium
R3, 2014, Hawthorn 21.11 (137) d Fremantle 11.13 (79) at the MCG
GF, 2013, Hawthorn 11.11 (77) d Fremantle 8.14 (62) at the MCG

Top SC Scorers from last match:

  • Hawthorn: Rioli 133, Mitchell 116, Duryea 113, Roughead 110
  • Fremantle: Spurr 124, Ibbotson 102, Sandilands 100

INs/OUTs

Hawthorn

  • In: James Frawley, Sam Mitchell
  • Out: Cyril Rioli (Family illness), Kieran Lovell (Omitted)

Fremantle

  • In: Clancee Pearce, Zac Clarke, Ed Langdon
  • Out: Michael Barlow (Omitted), Matthew Pavlich (Rested), Zac Dawson (Omitted)

Game notes: When these teams last played off, a Grand Final berth was up for grabs. The Hawks won that one and they should prevail this time around even though the stakes aren’t nearly as high. Hard to believe as it is, the Dockers have yet to win a game this year, but coach Ross Lyon is all aboard with the rebuild, and with a contract in place until 2020, he has all the time he needs to implement it. His team will bring application and industry on Saturday to Launceston, where they seemingly play every year, but the Hawks bat deeper all over the ground and the signs were there against Richmond last week that their midfielders are finding their groove and the outside run is back.

The 6 Points

1. Sam Mitchell starred with 35 disposals the last time these sides played in the 2015 finals; Taylor Duryea had 26 and Luke Hodge 25. Hawk Cyril Rioli kicked three goals, while Michael Walters booted three for Freo.

2. Hawthorn has been accurate kicking for goal so far in 2016, ranked third at 56.9 per cent, kicking 103.78. In total contrast the Dockers are last at 41.1 per cent booting 69.93.

3. Hawthorn and Fremantle meet for the 33rd time and the Hawks have dominated over a long period of time winning 24 games to eight, including 11 of the last 13.

4. The Dockers have struggled to take the ball inside 50 in 2016, ranked 17th averaging only 46.1 per game; Hawthorn is mid table, equal eighth at 53.9 per game.

5. The Hawks have been nearly unbeatable at Aurora Stadium over a long period of time winning their last 16 matches and 23 of their last 25; they haven’t lost since round five, 2012.

6. Cyril Rioli (No.13) and David Mundy (No.35) will be the top-ranked players from each club on Saturday according to the AFL Player Ratings.

Mottsy’s Tip: Hawthorn by 50 points.

While we do our best to update posts with end of quarter scores, we aren’t always online so if you have access to the scores and see they haven’t gone into the Comments section of this post, the Community would love it if you could help us out.

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  1. Another nice write up Mottsy … love this format … any chance Mitchell gets a long spell on the bench when the Hawks are up by your 50 forecast … just so that HH doesn’t get him scoring so well in our match up in Cattas Challenge!!!

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  2. HALF TIME |

    Hawthorn 6.6.42 trail Fremantle 7.2.44

    HAWTHORN
    16 Isaac Smith 60
    7 Ben McEvoy 55
    19 Jack Gunston 55
    5 Sam Mitchell 53
    6 Josh Gibson 49
    28 Paul Puopolo 49
    24 Ben Stratton 46
    41 Daniel Howe 44
    12 James Frawley 42
    3 Jordan Lewis 42
    22 Luke Breust 42
    8 Taylor Duryea 41
    14 Grant Birchall 34
    9 Shaun Burgoyne 33
    26 Liam Shiels 29
    4 Billy Hartung 28
    18 Jonathon Ceglar 28
    23 Tim O’Brien 28
    30 Kaiden Brand 26
    10 Bradley Hill 23
    29 Will Langford 19
    21 James Sicily 16

    FREMANTLE
    27 Lachie Neale 66
    34 Lee Spurr 56
    16 David Mundy 54
    32 Stephen Hill 51
    12 Jonathon Griffin 50
    23 Chris Mayne 49
    25 Alex Pearce 45
    17 Hayden Crozier 41
    20 Matt Taberner 39
    10 Michael Walters 38
    14 Lachie Weller 31
    46 Clancee Pearce 29
    13 Tendai Mzungu 29
    6 Danyle Pearce 28
    8 Nick Suban 26
    30 Zac Clarke 26
    15 Ethan Hughes 25
    1 Hayden Ballantyne 25
    26 Ed Langdon 23
    33 Cameron Sutcliffe 22
    5 Garrick Ibbotson 22
    19 Connor Blakely 18

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      1. Mitchell not doing great. Gibbo doing good.

        Don’t worry I have Zaha spudding it against North…

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      1. Nick Suban has teased and not delivered. I’d call that a bit harsh on Mzungu on limited opportunity though.

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      2. Dawson. Always a spud. Always will be a spud. The fascination FURL has with him can only be speculated at.

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    Hawthorn 116 vs Freo 75

    3 Jordan Lewis 116
    6 Josh Gibson 115
    7 Ben McEvoy 103
    16 Isaac Smith 100
    19 Jack Gunston 93
    41 Daniel Howe 88
    24 Ben Stratton 87
    28 Paul Puopolo 86
    22 Luke Breust 85
    5 Sam Mitchell 84
    12 James Frawley 83
    26 Liam Shiels 82
    8 Taylor Duryea 82
    23 Tim O’Brien 73
    14 Grant Birchall 72
    21 James Sicily 70
    29 Will Langford 65
    10 Bradley Hill 61
    4 Billy Hartung 57
    9 Shaun Burgoyne 52
    30 Kaiden Brand 50
    18 Jonathon Ceglar 39

    FREMANTLE
    27 Lachie Neale 119
    16 David Mundy 112
    10 Michael Walters 96
    34 Lee Spurr 89
    23 Chris Mayne 88
    32 Stephen Hill 81
    12 Jonathon Griffin 79
    25 Alex Pearce 75
    46 Clancee Pearce 72
    1 Hayden Ballantyne 70
    14 Lachie Weller 61
    15 Ethan Hughes 58
    17 Hayden Crozier 58
    20 Matt Taberner 58
    6 Danyle Pearce 56
    5 Garrick Ibbotson 53
    13 Tendai Mzungu 51
    33 Cameron Sutcliffe 45
    8 Nick Suban 45
    30 Zac Clarke 44
    19 Connor Blakely 43
    26 Ed Langdon 39

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Game Chat – Hawthorn v Fremantle

Written by Thommo on July 12 2015

Both of these teams are in the top 4 but neither team is setting the world on fire. Hawthorn have strung together 5 straight unconvincing wins and are yet to discover their best form while the Dockers are also posting ugly wins to maintain their two game break at the top of the ladder. Will this game bring the best  out of the sides or will Ross Lyon make good on his threat and rest players as he often does for the Tassie games?

Congratulations to Luke McPharlin who, despite multiple injuries, plays his 250th today. A massively under-rated defender.

Poppy also plays his 100th for the Hawks. Well done little man!

Thommo’s tip: Hawthorn by 18  points.

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  1. LATE CHANGES
    Hawthorn: Nil
    Fremantle: Matt Taberner replaced in selected side by Tendai Mzungu

    FINAL INTERCHANGES
    Hawthorn: Matt Suckling, Taylor Duryea, Bradley Hill
    Substitute: Billy Hartung
    Fremantle: Hayden Ballantyne, Tommy Sheridan, Michael Barlow
    Substitute: Nick Suban

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    Hawthorn 4.3 (27)
    Fremantle 1.2 (8)

    HAWTHORN
    15 Luke Hodge 49
    6 Josh Gibson 38
    7 Ben McEvoy 35
    22 Luke Breust 35
    5 Sam Mitchell 35
    25 Ryan Schoenmakers 26
    14 Grant Birchall 24
    26 Liam Shiels 24
    28 Paul Puopolo 23
    8 Taylor Duryea 23
    4 Matthew Suckling 19
    19 Jack Gunston 18
    3 Jordan Lewis 16
    9 Shaun Burgoyne 13
    17 Brian Lake 11
    20 David Hale 11
    27 Matt Spangher 9
    10 Bradley Hill 7
    33 Cyril Rioli 6
    16 Isaac Smith 6
    24 Ben Stratton 4
    40 Billy Hartung 0 (SUB)

    FREMANTLE
    21 Michael Barlow 37
    41 Paul Duffield 31
    18 Luke McPharlin 28
    13 Tendai Mzungu 28
    16 David Mundy 27
    31 Aaron Sandilands 25
    6 Danyle Pearce 25
    32 Stephen Hill 24
    27 Lachie Neale 23
    29 Matthew Pavlich 19
    46 Clancee Pearce 17
    5 Garrick Ibbotson 17
    7 Nat Fyfe 13
    11 Tommy Sheridan 12
    23 Chris Mayne 11
    34 Lee Spurr 11
    9 Matt de Boer 11
    10 Michael Walters 10
    1 Hayden Ballantyne 8
    30 Zac Clarke 6
    25 Alex Pearce 0
    8 Nick Suban 0 (SUB)

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    Hawthorn 7.6 (48)
    Fremantle 1.4 (10)

    HAWTHORN
    15 Luke Hodge 81
    6 Josh Gibson 75
    5 Sam Mitchell 67
    7 Ben McEvoy 63
    22 Luke Breust 55
    26 Liam Shiels 54
    14 Grant Birchall 52
    8 Taylor Duryea 50
    28 Paul Puopolo 48
    17 Brian Lake 41
    27 Matt Spangher 39
    25 Ryan Schoenmakers 37
    3 Jordan Lewis 35
    19 Jack Gunston 34
    4 Matthew Suckling 29
    9 Shaun Burgoyne 27
    20 David Hale 25
    16 Isaac Smith 23
    10 Bradley Hill 19
    33 Cyril Rioli 18
    24 Ben Stratton 15
    40 Billy Hartung 0 (SUB)

    FREMANTLE
    31 Aaron Sandilands 59
    21 Michael Barlow 59
    16 David Mundy 56
    13 Tendai Mzungu 52
    18 Luke McPharlin 48
    41 Paul Duffield 47
    32 Stephen Hill 45
    27 Lachie Neale 42
    7 Nat Fyfe 40
    11 Tommy Sheridan 32
    6 Danyle Pearce 31
    5 Garrick Ibbotson 31
    23 Chris Mayne 28
    34 Lee Spurr 23
    29 Matthew Pavlich 21
    10 Michael Walters 21
    46 Clancee Pearce 20
    25 Alex Pearce 17
    9 Matt de Boer 16
    1 Hayden Ballantyne 10
    30 Zac Clarke 8
    8 Nick Suban 0 (SUB)

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    Hawthorn 13.8 (86)
    Fremantle 3.7 (25)

    HAWTHORN
    15 Luke Hodge 120
    22 Luke Breust 105
    5 Sam Mitchell 103
    6 Josh Gibson 97
    7 Ben McEvoy 93
    26 Liam Shiels 85
    28 Paul Puopolo 77
    14 Grant Birchall 76
    17 Brian Lake 66
    8 Taylor Duryea 63 (SUBBED OFF)
    3 Jordan Lewis 57
    20 David Hale 55
    27 Matt Spangher 52
    10 Bradley Hill 49
    4 Matthew Suckling 49
    25 Ryan Schoenmakers 49
    19 Jack Gunston 45
    33 Cyril Rioli 43
    16 Isaac Smith 41
    9 Shaun Burgoyne 40
    24 Ben Stratton 31
    40 Billy Hartung 2 (SUBBED ON)

    FREMANTLE
    21 Michael Barlow 83
    31 Aaron Sandilands 82
    16 David Mundy 69
    7 Nat Fyfe 66
    41 Paul Duffield 65
    13 Tendai Mzungu 65
    27 Lachie Neale 63
    18 Luke McPharlin 53
    32 Stephen Hill 51
    23 Chris Mayne 50
    6 Danyle Pearce 44
    5 Garrick Ibbotson 43
    11 Tommy Sheridan 41
    9 Matt de Boer 36
    29 Matthew Pavlich 35
    10 Michael Walters 33
    34 Lee Spurr 31
    46 Clancee Pearce 29 (SUBBED OFF)
    1 Hayden Ballantyne 25
    25 Alex Pearce 18
    30 Zac Clarke 14
    8 Nick Suban 1 (SUBBED ON)

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    Hawthorn 17.13 (115)
    Fremantle 6.7 (43)

    HAWTHORN
    15 Luke Hodge 159
    5 Sam Mitchell 140
    22 Luke Breust 136
    6 Josh Gibson 126
    7 Ben McEvoy 117
    26 Liam Shiels 115
    28 Paul Puopolo 107
    14 Grant Birchall 100
    17 Brian Lake 91
    3 Jordan Lewis 88
    20 David Hale 73
    8 Taylor Duryea 72
    33 Cyril Rioli 71
    4 Matthew Suckling 70
    27 Matt Spangher 67
    25 Ryan Schoenmakers 67
    10 Bradley Hill 63
    19 Jack Gunston 59
    9 Shaun Burgoyne 59
    16 Isaac Smith 55
    24 Ben Stratton 37
    40 Billy Hartung 24

    FREMANTLE
    21 Michael Barlow 106
    16 David Mundy 99
    31 Aaron Sandilands 98
    41 Paul Duffield 81
    7 Nat Fyfe 77
    13 Tendai Mzungu 77
    27 Lachie Neale 76
    18 Luke McPharlin 72
    32 Stephen Hill 68
    6 Danyle Pearce 67
    23 Chris Mayne 61
    29 Matthew Pavlich 53
    5 Garrick Ibbotson 51
    11 Tommy Sheridan 48
    10 Michael Walters 47
    9 Matt de Boer 43
    34 Lee Spurr 41
    1 Hayden Ballantyne 34
    25 Alex Pearce 33
    30 Zac Clarke 33
    46 Clancee Pearce 32
    8 Nick Suban 16

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