Saturday’s (12/09/2015) first AFL 2015 Round 24 match is between Fremantle Dockers and Sydney Swans. The opening bounce is set to commence at 15:20 local time with the game to be played at Domain Stadium. The home team Fremantle Dockers are the favourites for the match. View our preview and teams for the game between Fremantle Dockers and Sydney Swans.
When: 15:20 | Saturday 12/09/2015
Where: Domain Stadium
Tip: Fremantle at $1.50
B Lee Spurr, Luke McPharlin, Zac Dawson
HB Stephen Hill, Michael Johnson, Cameron Sutcliffe
C Nick Suban, Nat Fyfe, Tommy Sheridan
HF Michael Barlow, Matthew Pavlich, Danyle Pearce
F Zac Clarke, Chris Mayne, Michael Walters
Fol Aaron Sandilands, David Mundy, Lachie Neale
I/C Matt de Boer, Garrick Ibbotson, Matt Taberner, Hayden Ballantyne
Emg Alex Pearce, Clancee Pearce, Tendai Mzungu
IN Lee Spurr, Luke McPharlin, Zac Dawson, Stephen Hill, Michael Johnson, Cameron Sutcliffe, Nat Fyfe, Matthew Pavlich, Danyle Pearce, Chris Mayne, Michael Walters, Aaron Sandilands, David Mundy, Hayden Ballantyne
OUT Alex Pearce (Omitted), Tanner Smith (Omitted), Tendai Mzungu (Omitted), Clancee Pearce (Omitted), Connor Blakely (Omitted), Max Duffy (Omitted), Hayden Crozier (Calf), Paul Duffield (Omitted), Brady Grey (Omitted), Ed Langdon (Omitted), Jacob Ballard (Omitted), Ethan Hughes (Calf), Jack Hannath (Omitted), Lachie Weller (Omitted).
B Rhyce Shaw, Ted Richards, Dane Rampe
HB Zak Jones, Heath Grundy, Jeremy Laidler
C Harry Cunningham, Tom Mitchell, Lewis Jetta
HF Jarrad McVeigh, Sam Reid, Isaac Heeney
F Gary Rohan, Kurt Tippett, Adam Goodes
Fol Mike Pyke, Josh P. Kennedy, Dan Hannebery
I/C Brandon Jack, Jake Lloyd, Ben McGlynn, Dean Towers
Emg Jack Hiscox, Xavier Richards, James Rose
IN Jarrad McVeigh, Ben McGlynn
OUT Lance Franklin (Illness), Kieren Jack (Knee).
Sharp-shooter Jay Schulz kicked four goals as Port Adelaide belted a second-string Fremantle by 69 points in Saturday’s AFL match.
Schulz, rumoured to be a transfer target of the Dockers, was the dominant forward in Port’s 18.14 (122) to 8.5 (53) triumph at Adelaide Oval.
The Dockers, assured of top spot regardless of the result, rested a dozen players – 11 at the selection table and late scratching Zac Dawson.
Fremantle will likely host a qualifying final against Sydney next Saturday night but enter the playoffs with three losses from their past four games.
Port finish the season with 12 wins, one shy of eighth-placed North Melbourne – missing the finals for the first time in three seasons under coach Ken Hinkley.
The Power boss delivered an old-fashioned spray on Saturday which revved his side into gear after an idle start against Fremantle.
Freo’s makeshifters booted 4.4 to 1.3 in the first term, prompting an angry Hinkley to deliver a finger-pointing blast at quarter-time.
Power players responded in stunning style: nine goals to nothing to create a match-defining 30-point halftime lead before 38,633 spectators.
Port’s Robbie Gray potted three goals and Justin Westhoff and Matt White two each, while emerging midfielder Sam Gray (34 disposals), Hamish Hartlett (28 touches) and Brad Ebert (28 touches) were influential.
Fremantle suffered no fresh injuries and were well served by Michael Barlow (35 disposals). Lachy Neale collected 22 possessions until being substituted late in the third quarter and Matt Taberner kicked two goals.
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