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Last night it was Nat Fyfe who led the Dockers charge in their 22 point win over Adelaide at Patersons Stadium. His first half in particular was damaging, with 18 possessions and two goals, which set up the 11.9 (75) to 7.11 (53) win.
They had a 10 5 inside 50s, but managed only 2.4. And when the ball finally started to go the other way Walters was there to take advantage.
If staying away from Fyfe was a part of the game plan, the Crows executed it well. While Fyfe's teammates took time to find the tempo of the game (expect for youngster Lachie Neale), he was the only player keeping up with the Crows early in the match.
to come back before finals start.
Despite having 37 touches more than the Crows, the Dockers managed to take their four point quarter time lead to a 23 point advantage at half time.
It's usually the big fellas that try to flex their muscle at the start of a game, but it was Fremantle's small brigade that started the scuffle before the game. Michael Walters and Danyle Pearce shouldered Adelaide's Bernie Vince. More than half the players were involved and the Michael Kors Wallet David Jones
end result was a free kick to Crows skipper Nathan van Berlo all before the siren had even sounded.
Fremantle's tally of 33 inside 50s is the lowest for a winning side in the AFL since these stats were kept. The Dockers managed a 22 point win over Adelaide with 20 scoring shots. Adelaide had 18 scoring shots from its 45 inside 50s.
The low scorelines are perfect for Ross Lyon and his Dockers. That's how they like it, especially while captain Matthew Pavlich and Hayden Ballantyne are still sitting on the sidelines.
When he was finally closely checked at the start of the third term, and the Crows looked to make a challenge, Fyfe went forward and kicked two goals to finally crush Adelaide's run.
And in doing so, he has probably put an end to the Crows' hopes of playing finals.
He only had four touches for the opening term, but had a great impact.
If Fremantle can sneak in to the four this season, it is going to be a handful. And forget for a minute the players the Dockers have to come back in to their side in the run to the finals.
If you'd watched the second term from Patersons Stadium last night without seeing the score, you'd have been mistaken for thinking Adelaide may have trailed by 10 goals or more but it wasn't the case.
Adelaide had the ball inside their attacking 50 metre area 45 times to the Dockers' 33 last night yet the scoring shots were 20 to 18 in the Dockers' favour.
The Crows had kicked the first two goals of the game, having controlled the run of play. But they couldn't make Fremantle hurt on the scoreboard.
He kicked the Dockers' first goal (20 minutes into the term) and third (just before quarter time) and gave off one in between, to Fyfe.
is like quicksand. Its defence is its greatest weapon. And when opposition sides continue to attack, they play right into the hands of Fremantle's strength.
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And when the opposition misses, the Dockers strike. It's guys like Clancee Pearce, Stephen Hill and Michael Johnson who start the attack from their last line of defence. And they still have Luke McPharlin Michael Kors Monogram Tote
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But against the Dockers, there was no miracle.
But that's all they need to do. Remember, the Crows were the side that came back from nowhere to beat Geelong last weekend.
The run that comes from Fyfe and Hill, in particular, is exciting.
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