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The best photos of 2018: 30-16

Family affair for Webb's - Nine News Marc and Lisa Webb are the first husband and wife duo to coach at the same AFL club.

30. Nat Fyfe celebrates a goal in his 150th game during Fremantle's 57-point win against Carlton, where Freo kicked 12 unanswered goals in the opening half.

29. Are you not entertained? A classic Hayden Ballantyne celebration during Freo's 30-point win against St Kilda in round eight

28. Two teams one club. Kellie Gibson and Griffin Logue all smiles at Freo's photo day ahead of the 2019 season. Both will be eager to make an impact after injury-interrupted years in 2018.

27. Sean Darcy takes on star Collingwood ruckman Brodie Grundy. The young Darcy has impressed in his first two seasons at Fremantle and recently signed a contract until 2022.

26. Lest we Forget. Freo players ahead of the annual Len Hall Game in round five against the Western Bulldogs.

25. Hayley Miller celebrates a goal against Carlton in round seven. She would earn three votes in the WAwards for her best on ground performance after suffering a collapsed lung in a collision in the third quarter and staying on the ground.


24. A special banner to honour a special player. Stephen Hill would be Fremantle's best on ground in his 200th game as Freo fell to Melbourne in Darwin.

23. Elation at the siren! Freo celebrate a thrilling five-point win against then ladder leaders Melbourne at Fremantle Oval.

22. Matthew Pavlich welcomes the next generation of Freo players - including Luke Valente who was presented the no.29 jumper.


21. Fyfe fired up. After a dissappointing loss to Geelong, Nat Fyfe addressed the Freo players ahead of their round 23 clash with Collingwood.

20. That winning feeling. Sam Switkowski sings the Freo song after a win on debut against Carlton in round 21.

19. Ed Langdon ran more than 100 metres at full speed to chase down and catch Kayne Turner holding the ball in round 10.

18. Cerra everywhere. Talented midfielder Adam Cerra racked up 30 disposals in Freo's three-point win against Adelaide.

17. Mel Caulfield celebrates one of her two goals during Freo's historic win against Collingwood at Optus Stadium - the first game of Australian Football played at the ground.

16. Brothers in arms. Michael Johnson and Danyle Pearce embrace before announcing their retirements to the Fremantle playing group ahead of their round 23 clash with Collingwood.

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