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Training Report: Monday 25 January

Ned Balme   January 25, 2016 5:39 PM

The team trained in stormy conditions on Monday morning at Freo Oval.

The team trained in stormy conditions on Monday morning at Freo Oval.

Wet weather skills, high-pressure football and tackling featured heavily in Fremantle’s training session on Monday.


 
Heavy rain was sporadic but players handled the conditions well and ball skills remained at a high quality throughout training.
 
Clancee Pearce’s delivery from the backline during full ground drills was impressive, hitting targets down the line and on the switch consistently.
 
Lachie Neale ran hard throughout training, and also managed to find time between drills for some individual handball and tackling work with midfield coach Simon Eastaugh.


 
Rookie Josh Deluca was highly disruptive in team tackling drills, at one stage laying four in quick succession due to his relentless pressure.


 
Aaron Sandilands and Jonathon Griffin continue to display their potential in the forward line, leading strongly, kicking truly and providing a presence inside 50.