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Re-live the win v Lions

AFLW: R2 - All the Goals v Lions Watch all the goals kicked during Sunday's win against Brisbane.

Re-live the best moments from Freo's resounding 27-point win against Brisbane at Fremantle Oval on Sunday.

In the lead-up to Freo's first game at Fremantle Oval in 2019, the girls held a special smoking ceremony.

On game day, the players were all focus in the changerooms...


But in the streets of Freo, it was a massive party as the Purple Army made their way to the ground.

The Lions came to play with three of the opening four goals. It was Ashlee Atkins who provided Freo's crucial opener.


Dana Hooker started well and kept it going all day, recording a game-high 24 touches and an AFLW record five centre clearances.

With Freo needing a strong start to the second term, Gemma Houghton made no doubt of this goal.


This opened the door for Gabby O'Sullivan to give Freo the lead and create another for Sabreena Duffy.

Doesn't Sabreena Duffy just love a goal???


Freo held a 10-point lead at half time but it was quickly cut to three by the Lions.

Enter Ashley Sharp - we're not sure what was better, this turn of pace...


Or the celebration!


And becasue it was just that good, let's have a look at the full clip.

We doubt the water could cool O'Sullivan's hot streak after her second goal of the day.


Evie Gooch kicked her first career goal to put the result beyond doubt, and didn't she love the moment!


Katie-Jayne Grieve copped plenty of Gatorate in the team song.

And the girls sang it LOUD.

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The girls made sure all of Freo heard this one! What a win 💪 #aflw #foreverfreo

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The Freo players were sure to thank their biggest fans.

And Alex Williams was all smiles after doing a great defensive job on Brisbane star Sabrina Frederick-Traub.

Can Freo make it 3-0? The best way to find out is to come down and cheer the girls on Saturday night as they take on Collingwood at Fremantle Oval from 4.15pm.

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