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Stacey Barr celebrates a goal kicked against Brisbane during the 2017 AFLW season. - Fremantle,Fremantle Dockers,AFLW

Stacey Barr celebrates a goal kicked against Brisbane during the 2017 AFLW season.

Fremantle has made one change to the side that defeated Melbourne in round three at Fremantle Oval, with Stacey Barr returning for Saturday’s clash with Brisbane at South Pine Sports Complex.

Barr, who was suspended for one game in round two, comes in for half-back Gemma Houghton.

The 170cm Barr will slot back in at centre half forward, with round three debutant Emily McGuire retaining her spot in the side and moving to full forward.

Leah Mascall, Amy Lavell, Ashley Sharp, Jodie White and Lara Filocamo have been named on Fremantle’s bench while Tiah Haynes and Tayla McAuliffe are the emergencies.

Saturday’s game pits two sides who boast a two win, one loss record, however the Lions sit in first place on percentage while Fremantle are fifth. 

Bouncedown at South Pine Sports Complex, which is located 20km north of Brisbane, is at 3:35 EST (1:35 WST).

Saturday 24 February
3:25pm EST at South Pine Sports Complex

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