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Fremantle v West Coast
Round 18, 2010
Ebert tries to escape Fremantle attention. Photo: aflphotos.com.au
Sun, 1 August 2010 (2:40 PM WST)
Lost by 75
FRE 24.16.160 - 13.7.85 WCE
3 H.Ballantyne (FRE)
2 A.Sandilands (FRE)
1 N.Fyfe (FRE)

West Coast were out of the game by quarter-time after giving up seven goals to nil, and ultimately suffered their biggest Derby loss on a dirty day for the club. In-form forward Mark LeCras kicked five goals in a lone hand up forward, and Beau Waters fought hard for 27 possessions and a goal.


1/4 time 1/2 time 3/4 time Final
Fremantle 7.6.48 13.8.86 18.12.120 24.16.160
West Coast 2.5.17 4.4.31 9.5.59 13.7.85

Goals: LeCras 5, Rosa, Strijk 2, Embley, Naitanui, S.Selwood, Waters

Best: LeCras, Swift, Waters, Priddis

Injuries: Masten (ankle)

Reports: Mackenzie for striking M.Johnson

Milestones: Ebert 50th game

Records: Fremantle biggest win vs WCE, Fremantle highest score vs WCE

Named sides[]

West Coast Fremantle
B: Schofield MacKenzie Smith B: Broughton Grover Tarrant
HB: Waters Brown Hurn HB: Hayden McPharlin Bollenhagen
C: Ebert Priddis Rosa C: Fyfe Mundy Ibbotson
HF: Embley Kennedy Strijk HF: Hill Pavlich Van Berlo
F: LeCras Lynch Naitanui F: Ballantyne Johnson McPhee
R: Cox Masten S.Selwood R: Sandilands Suban Duffield
I: Stevenson McGinnity Sheppard I: De Boer Hasleby Crichton
Swift Morabito
E: Wilson McKinley B.Jones E: Walters Roberton Bradley

In: McGinnity, Swift

Out: A.Selwood (shoulder) Hams (susp)

Late change: B.Jones for Hurn (hamstring)

From the papers[]

The Age[]

"The Eagles were swamped. They only found their way out of the shackles of Fremantle's forward pressure by laborious means while the Dockers regained their ferocious attack on the ball.

Fremantle was so dominant in the first term Eagles forward Mark LeCras - who had kicked 15 goals in the previous two games - didn't have a disposal, as the Dockers exerted their influence and control on the game.

But LeCras was handed a free kick five minutes into the second quarter to give the Eagles' their belated first of the afternoon, and followed that up soon after with a set shot from a rare silky passage of play.

The Coleman Medal hopeful still finished with five goals for the game despite the lack of frequent - and quality - service into the West Coast forward 50 metres."


Round 19 (31 July-1 Aug)

East Fremantle (Spangher, Houlihan, Stevens) vs South Fremantle

Peel (J.Jones) vs East Perth (McKinley, Shuey, Oakley-Nicholls)

Bye: Swan Districts, Claremont, Subiaco, West Perth, Perth

Injury list[]

In the lead-up to the round the following players were listed as injured or unavailable:

Player Injury Expected duration
Glass Abdomen Season (Placed on LTI list, replaced by Wilson)
Nicoski Shoulder Season
Kerr Hamstring Season (Placed on LTI list, replaced by Stevenson)
Dalziell Finger 5 weeks
Butler Foot 3-4 weeks (Placed on LTI list, replaced by Hams)
Hansen Hip 3-4 weeks
Hams Suspension 3 weeks
J.Jones Ankle 1-2 weeks (Placed on LTI list, replaced by Strijk)
A.Selwood AC joint 1-2 weeks
Stevens AC joint Test
Shuey Virus Test




Joseph Sapienza, The Age (2 August 2010), "Dockers raise the derby bar": http://newsstore.fairfax.com.au/apps/viewDocument.ac?page=1&sy=age&kw=lecras+and+ballantyne+and+hasleby&pb=age&dt=selectRange&dr=entire&so=relevance&sf=text&sf=headline&rc=10&rm=200&sp=nrm&clsPage=1&docID=AGE100802SA6H12FUIPG