Game Chat – Fremantle V GWS

Written by MJ on May 7 2016

Venue: Domain Stadium, Saturday, May 7, 6.10pm AWST (8.10pm AEST)

Last 4 times:

R18, 2015, Fremantle Dockers 12.12 (84) d GWS Giants 9.9 (63) at Domain Stadium
R17, 2014, Fremantle Dockers 21.10 (136) d GWS Giants 9.6 (60) at Domain Stadium
R20, 2013, Fremantle Dockers 24.13 (157) d GWS Giants 6.8 (44) at Domain Stadium
R17, 2012, Fremantle Dockers 18.24 (132) d GWS Giants 5.7 (37) at Domain Stadium

Top SC Scorers from last match (listed in 2016):

  • Freo: Sandilands 145, Walters 123, Hill 113
  • GWS: Murphy 117, Cripps 116, Kreuzer 111

INs/OUTs

Fremantle

  • In: Garrick Ibbotson, Nick Suban, Ethan Hughes
  • Out: Brady Grey (Omitted), Zac Clarke (Omitted), Darcy Tucker (Omitted)

GWS

No Change

Game Notes: Greater Western Sydney made a statement last week and sent shudders through the competition by dismembering the three-time reigning premiers Hawthorn. But they could really stamp their authority with a breakthrough win in Perth. The Giants have not come close to Fremantle at Domain Stadium in their short history. The Dockers are ripe for the picking, sitting winless on the bottom of the ladder. But as badly as the Dockers have been playing, they have not been uncompetitive. Skill execution has been their biggest issue and the Giants cannot afford to drop the ferocious intensity they delivered against the Hawks. The Giants’ midfield boasts far more depth than the Dockers at the moment and the home side must take their opportunities in front of goal if they are to have any chance.

The 6 Points

1. Aaron Sandilands dominated against the Giants the last time the sides played. He collected 21 disposals, 43 hit-outs and three Brownlow votes. Michael Walters kicked four goals. For the Giants, Heath Shaw had 31 disposals and 13 marks.

2. It will be a contest between one of the highest-scoring sides this season and one of the lowest. The Giants are ranked third for scoring with 111 points per game while the Dockers are 16th with only 71 points per game.

3. Fremantle won its first three games against the Giants by an average margin of 95 points. The Giants are yet to kick more than nine goals against the Dockers.

4. The Giants’ overall record in Perth is diabolical. They have played six games at Domain Stadium for six losses, five by more than 70 points, including two by three figures. Their average score in Perth is just 52 points.

5. The Giants are a strong kicking side, ranked second in the AFL for kicks per game with 217.2. They are also ranked fourth for uncontested possessions. Fremantle is ranked 17th for disposals per game.

6. Since the start of 2013, Giants forward Jeremy Cameron (162 goals) has kicked 42 goals more than Dockers star Matthew Pavlich (120 goals). But Pavlich (ranked 159th) is 65 spots higher than Cameron (224th) in the AFL Player Ratings.

MJ’s Tip: GWS by 25 points.

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  1. Quarter Time

    Fremantle 5.1.31
    tied with
    GWS 5.1.31

    Fremantle
    27 Lachie Neale 42
    12 Jonathon Griffin 33
    17 Hayden Crozier 32
    32 Stephen Hill 31
    29 Matthew Pavlich 26
    23 Chris Mayne 25
    21 Michael Barlow 24
    5 Garrick Ibbotson 23
    1 Hayden Ballantyne 23
    16 David Mundy 20
    34 Lee Spurr 19
    10 Michael Walters 18
    8 Nick Suban 17
    15 Ethan Hughes 15
    11 Tommy Sheridan 15
    19 Connor Blakely 14
    14 Lachie Weller 14
    6 Danyle Pearce 10
    3 Zac Dawson 10
    33 Cameron Sutcliffe 8
    20 Matt Taberner 6
    25 Alex Pearce 1

    GWS
    3 Stephen Coniglio 41
    8 Callan Ward 30
    19 Nick Haynes 28
    29 Zac Williams 26
    7 Rhys Palmer 23
    41 Shane Mumford 22
    12 Jonathon Patton 19
    21 Matt Buntine 18
    9 Tom Scully 18
    23 Heath Shaw 17
    1 Phil Davis 17
    17 Steve Johnson 17
    5 Dylan Shiel 16
    6 Lachie Whitfield 16
    16 Nathan Wilson 15
    22 Josh Kelly 14
    40 Adam Kennedy 13
    18 Jeremy Cameron 10
    4 Toby Greene 9
    24 Joel Patfull 8
    37 Rory Lobb 8
    11 Jack Steele 6

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  2. Half Time

    Fremantle 7.2.44
    trail
    GWS 10.4.64

    Fremantle
    27 Lachie Neale 70
    12 Jonathon Griffin 61
    32 Stephen Hill 50
    21 Michael Barlow 48
    23 Chris Mayne 47
    15 Ethan Hughes 39
    5 Garrick Ibbotson 39
    17 Hayden Crozier 38
    16 David Mundy 36
    6 Danyle Pearce 35
    8 Nick Suban 35
    10 Michael Walters 32
    1 Hayden Ballantyne 30
    29 Matthew Pavlich 29
    3 Zac Dawson 28
    34 Lee Spurr 27
    14 Lachie Weller 24
    33 Cameron Sutcliffe 23
    20 Matt Taberner 23
    19 Connor Blakely 21
    11 Tommy Sheridan 15
    25 Alex Pearce 10

    GWS
    3 Stephen Coniglio 67
    8 Callan Ward 58
    17 Steve Johnson 58
    41 Shane Mumford 51
    5 Dylan Shiel 49
    22 Josh Kelly 48
    9 Tom Scully 46
    23 Heath Shaw 44
    40 Adam Kennedy 41
    7 Rhys Palmer 40
    1 Phil Davis 39
    29 Zac Williams 39
    6 Lachie Whitfield 37
    19 Nick Haynes 37
    4 Toby Greene 35
    21 Matt Buntine 30
    37 Rory Lobb 29
    18 Jeremy Cameron 25
    11 Jack Steele 24
    12 Jonathon Patton 24
    16 Nathan Wilson 24
    24 Joel Patfull 21

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    1. Sheridan trade out tomorrow night. Moved from 15 to 15 in Q2 and he’s a defender with the ball down his end judging by the quarter scores.

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  3. Three Quarter Time

    Fremantle 9.8.62
    trail
    GWS 13.6.84

    Fremantle
    27 Lachie Neale 99
    12 Jonathon Griffin 73
    32 Stephen Hill 69
    23 Chris Mayne 66
    1 Hayden Ballantyne 66
    6 Danyle Pearce 65
    10 Michael Walters 64
    16 David Mundy 59
    21 Michael Barlow 54
    17 Hayden Crozier 51
    20 Matt Taberner 51
    15 Ethan Hughes 50
    29 Matthew Pavlich 49
    3 Zac Dawson 49
    19 Connor Blakely 45
    8 Nick Suban 45
    11 Tommy Sheridan 44
    34 Lee Spurr 43
    5 Garrick Ibbotson 41
    33 Cameron Sutcliffe 38
    14 Lachie Weller 38
    25 Alex Pearce 17

    GWS
    23 Heath Shaw 86
    3 Stephen Coniglio 82
    22 Josh Kelly 75
    8 Callan Ward 74
    5 Dylan Shiel 71
    41 Shane Mumford 70
    9 Tom Scully 70
    17 Steve Johnson 68
    40 Adam Kennedy 61
    7 Rhys Palmer 57
    21 Matt Buntine 56
    6 Lachie Whitfield 54
    1 Phil Davis 54
    37 Rory Lobb 54
    29 Zac Williams 51
    19 Nick Haynes 49
    24 Joel Patfull 44
    11 Jack Steele 43
    12 Jonathon Patton 43
    16 Nathan Wilson 42
    4 Toby Greene 41
    18 Jeremy Cameron 29

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  4. Full Time

    Fremantle (0-7) 11.11.77
    defeated by
    GWS (5-2) 14.11.95

    Fremantle
    27 Lachie Neale 120
    32 Stephen Hill 108
    6 Danyle Pearce 101
    12 Jonathon Griffin 98
    10 Michael Walters 88
    23 Chris Mayne 86
    1 Hayden Ballantyne 75
    16 David Mundy 74
    15 Ethan Hughes 67
    21 Michael Barlow 65
    3 Zac Dawson 64
    34 Lee Spurr 63
    29 Matthew Pavlich 61
    5 Garrick Ibbotson 60
    33 Cameron Sutcliffe 59
    19 Connor Blakely 56
    8 Nick Suban 55
    17 Hayden Crozier 52
    14 Lachie Weller 51
    20 Matt Taberner 51
    11 Tommy Sheridan 50
    25 Alex Pearce 25

    GWS
    8 Callan Ward 111
    41 Shane Mumford 107
    3 Stephen Coniglio 106
    9 Tom Scully 103
    23 Heath Shaw 101
    22 Josh Kelly 99
    5 Dylan Shiel 91
    7 Rhys Palmer 85
    11 Jack Steele 81
    17 Steve Johnson 78
    21 Matt Buntine 74
    19 Nick Haynes 71
    37 Rory Lobb 69
    40 Adam Kennedy 63
    24 Joel Patfull 60
    6 Lachie Whitfield 60
    4 Toby Greene 60
    1 Phil Davis 59
    29 Zac Williams 55
    12 Jonathon Patton 47
    16 Nathan Wilson 47
    18 Jeremy Cameron 35

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        1. He He.

          Looks like Motts had big night.

          Ethan Hughes looks good for a down grade in a few weeks.
          The kid can play and should get a few games.

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Game Chat – Fremantle v GWS

Written by Thommo on August 2 2015

Although Fremantle found a way to win at the MCG last week and retained their break on top of the ladder, they will relish the return home this week. The Giants will not enjoy the trip west as much. After losing to Geelong and dropping from the top 8 the last thing they need is a return to the ground they have never conquered.

In fact, in five games at Domain stadium they have an average losing margin of over 90 points.

Even with Fyfe out and Phil Davis strengthening the GWS backline, it is a big ask for the young Giants to defeat the ladder leaders at home.

Thommo’s tip: Fremantle by 20 points.

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  1. NO LATE CHANGES

    FINAL INTERCHANGES
    Fremantle: Lachie Neale, Michael Barlow, Danyle Pearce
    Substitute: Lachie Weller

    Greater Western Sydney: Stephen Coniglio, Jed Lamb, Nathan Wilson
    Substitute: Jack Steele

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  2. QUARTER TIME
    Fremantle 4.2 (26)
    GWS 1.2 (8)

    FREMANTLE
    34 Lee Spurr 40
    10 Michael Walters 40
    18 Luke McPharlin 38
    31 Aaron Sandilands 37
    16 David Mundy 35
    29 Matthew Pavlich 35
    27 Lachie Neale 34
    32 Stephen Hill 34
    9 Matt de Boer 24
    33 Cameron Sutcliffe 23
    3 Zac Dawson 19
    25 Alex Pearce 18
    21 Michael Barlow 18
    11 Tommy Sheridan 18
    13 Tendai Mzungu 15
    5 Garrick Ibbotson 14
    17 Hayden Crozier 14
    12 Jonathon Griffin 14
    8 Nick Suban 14
    6 Danyle Pearce 13
    23 Chris Mayne 3
    14 Lachie Weller 0 (SUB)

    GWS
    3 Stephen Coniglio 35
    17 Adam Treloar 28
    21 Matt Buntine 26
    1 Phil Davis 22
    23 Heath Shaw 21
    6 Lachie Whitfield 19
    9 Tom Scully 18
    36 James Stewart 17
    44 Tom Downie 17
    35 Aidan Corr 15
    8 Callan Ward 15
    32 Ryan Griffen 14
    22 Josh Kelly 12
    20 Adam Tomlinson 10
    37 Rory Lobb 10
    4 Toby Greene 10
    16 Nathan Wilson 7
    24 Joel Patfull 6
    33 Will Hoskin-Elliott 6
    11 Jed Lamb 5
    18 Jeremy Cameron 5
    38 Jack Steele 0 (SUB)

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  3. HALF TIME
    Fremantle 6.8 (44)
    GWS 2.6 (18)

    FREMANTLE
    10 Michael Walters 82
    31 Aaron Sandilands 78
    34 Lee Spurr 66
    16 David Mundy 59
    32 Stephen Hill 57
    18 Luke McPharlin 56
    27 Lachie Neale 47
    25 Alex Pearce 46
    11 Tommy Sheridan 44
    6 Danyle Pearce 42
    29 Matthew Pavlich 41
    33 Cameron Sutcliffe 40
    9 Matt de Boer 40
    3 Zac Dawson 38
    21 Michael Barlow 35
    8 Nick Suban 32
    12 Jonathon Griffin 28
    13 Tendai Mzungu 28
    17 Hayden Crozier 23
    5 Garrick Ibbotson 18
    23 Chris Mayne 17
    14 Lachie Weller 0 (SUB)

    GWS
    3 Stephen Coniglio 64
    23 Heath Shaw 55
    32 Ryan Griffen 52
    1 Phil Davis 45
    22 Josh Kelly 44
    17 Adam Treloar 42
    6 Lachie Whitfield 40
    8 Callan Ward 39
    35 Aidan Corr 35
    4 Toby Greene 33
    44 Tom Downie 31
    21 Matt Buntine 28
    37 Rory Lobb 28 (SUBBED OFF)
    16 Nathan Wilson 24
    24 Joel Patfull 23
    36 James Stewart 19
    9 Tom Scully 18
    33 Will Hoskin-Elliott 18
    20 Adam Tomlinson 11
    11 Jed Lamb 10
    18 Jeremy Cameron 10
    38 Jack Steele 9 (SUBBED ON)

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  4. Lot of error’s in this game. Thought Shaw had a serious injury in the second but he is alright. Got to give him credit he didn’t want to leave the field.

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  5. THREE QUARTER TIME
    Fremantle 10.11 (71)
    GWS 5.8 (38)

    FREMANTLE
    31 Aaron Sandilands 114
    10 Michael Walters 102
    34 Lee Spurr 86
    32 Stephen Hill 84
    16 David Mundy 81
    27 Lachie Neale 71
    25 Alex Pearce 70
    18 Luke McPharlin 69
    21 Michael Barlow 69
    11 Tommy Sheridan 67
    6 Danyle Pearce 66
    9 Matt de Boer 65
    8 Nick Suban 61
    12 Jonathon Griffin 57
    29 Matthew Pavlich 57
    33 Cameron Sutcliffe 51
    23 Chris Mayne 51
    3 Zac Dawson 47
    17 Hayden Crozier 41
    13 Tendai Mzungu 39
    5 Garrick Ibbotson 30
    14 Lachie Weller 0 (SUB)

    GWS
    23 Heath Shaw 97
    3 Stephen Coniglio 74
    1 Phil Davis 70
    17 Adam Treloar 68
    6 Lachie Whitfield 58
    22 Josh Kelly 57
    4 Toby Greene 55
    24 Joel Patfull 54
    32 Ryan Griffen 54
    8 Callan Ward 49
    9 Tom Scully 48
    35 Aidan Corr 40
    36 James Stewart 39
    18 Jeremy Cameron 38
    11 Jed Lamb 34
    37 Rory Lobb 33
    33 Will Hoskin-Elliott 33
    16 Nathan Wilson 31
    44 Tom Downie 31
    21 Matt Buntine 28 (SUBBED OFF)
    20 Adam Tomlinson 19
    38 Jack Steele 19 (SUBBED ON)

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  6. FULL TIME
    Fremantle 12.12 (84)
    GWS 9.9 (63)

    FREMANTLE
    31 Aaron Sandilands 142
    10 Michael Walters 119
    32 Stephen Hill 108
    27 Lachie Neale 106
    34 Lee Spurr 101
    16 David Mundy 97
    21 Michael Barlow 96
    6 Danyle Pearce 87
    9 Matt de Boer 84
    12 Jonathon Griffin 82
    18 Luke McPharlin 82
    11 Tommy Sheridan 82
    25 Alex Pearce 77
    29 Matthew Pavlich 74
    23 Chris Mayne 73
    8 Nick Suban 65
    33 Cameron Sutcliffe 63
    13 Tendai Mzungu 59
    3 Zac Dawson 56
    5 Garrick Ibbotson 48
    17 Hayden Crozier 48
    14 Lachie Weller 29

    GWS
    23 Heath Shaw 140
    17 Adam Treloar 107
    3 Stephen Coniglio 96
    1 Phil Davis 91
    32 Ryan Griffen 83
    4 Toby Greene 79
    22 Josh Kelly 76
    6 Lachie Whitfield 74
    24 Joel Patfull 68
    8 Callan Ward 64
    9 Tom Scully 62
    37 Rory Lobb 61
    33 Will Hoskin-Elliott 54
    20 Adam Tomlinson 53
    18 Jeremy Cameron 49
    16 Nathan Wilson 48
    35 Aidan Corr 47
    36 James Stewart 46
    11 Jed Lamb 39
    44 Tom Downie 34
    21 Matt Buntine 30
    38 Jack Steele 28

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