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The groups on fire: Cox

10:36am  Dec 15, 2017

Ryan extends

10:42am  Dec 14, 2017

Always improving: Hill

8:46am  Dec 13, 2017

Brayshaw extends

9:59am  Dec 12, 2017

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Next Gen prospect’s glowing assessment of Freo leaders

It’s been a week to remember for Fremantle’s Next Generation Academy prospect Tom Medhat

5:49pm  Dec 15, 2017

Goal kicking a focus for Cox

Brennan Cox is learning from fellow forward Hayden Ballantyne to harness his potential in Freo’s forward line

3:47pm  Dec 15, 2017

O’Donnell elected as a WAFC commissioner

Former Fremantle board member Brian O’Donnell has been elected as a commissioner of the WA Football Commission

12:27pm  Dec 15, 2017’s mid-year player awards  June 14, 2017 1:15 PM

AFL 2017 Round 11 - Fremantle v Collingwood

2016 Doig Medallist Lachie Neale has been one of Freo's strongest performers in 2017.

At the halfway point of the season, Travis King from AFL Media has taken a look at Freo’s best performing players from the opening 12 rounds. 

According to King, 2016 Doig Medallist Lachie Neale is looking the goods as a back-to-back winner in Freo’s best and fairest, with new recruit Bradley Hill on his tail.

Best and fairest 

  1. Lachie Neale
  2. Bradley Hill
  3. Nat Fyfe
  4. Aaron Sandilands
  5. Michael Walters

Best 21 and under Connor Blakely

Recruit of the year Bradley Hill

Most improved Connor Blakely

Most courageous Nat Fyfe

Best team player Lachie Neale

Goal of the year Bradley Hill, round 11, Collingwood. Ran onto David Mundy's handpass at half-forward, took two bounces, baulked Scott Pendlebury and dribbled through a team-lifter.

Mark of the year Nat Fyfe, round 4, Melbourne. Bravely went back with the flight of a high ball, took the hit from an opponent and juggled a chest mark.

Game Milestones Round 2, Danyle Pearce (250 AFL games); Round 5, Bradley Hill (100 AFL games); Round 6, Aaron Sandilands (250 games), Michael Walters (100 games); Round 8, Lachie Neale (100 games)