The players could not have asked for better conditions than this morning’s training session at Fremantle Oval.
Jack Hannath’s two biggest fans, his mum and dad, flew in to Perth this morning to see their son train for the first time in purple.
After the warm-up, the main squad broke into three groups.
As the drills extended out to full-ground, Danyle Pearce showed poise and finesse by side-stepping a few of his teammates on two occasions to deliver a perfect forward 50 entry to the leading Kepler Bradley.
Luke McPharlin is showing no signs of slowing down. The 31-year-old defender was impressive, selling candy to one of the younger players before spotting up Michael Johnson on the run.
It was the last day of training for our AIS Academy player, Nick Robertson, who has spent the week down at the club.
Lee Spurr, Clancee Pearce, Alex Forster, Luke McPharlin and Hayden Crozier finished the session off with sprints, while the rest of the team practiced their goal kicking.