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Beginnings: Fremantle Football Club, nicknamed The Dockers and known informally as "Freo", is one of 16 teams in the AFL (Australian Football League. EST 1994

Records:
  • * Highest ladder position (after Rd 22): 3rd, 2006
  • * Wooden spoons: One (2001)
  • * Finals series reached: Two (2003, 2006)
  • * Biggest winning margin: 112 points, against Collingwood, 8 May 2005, at Subiaco Oval, 28.12 (180) to 10.8 (68)
  • * Biggest losing margin: 117 points, against West Coast on 15 April 2000, at Subiaco Oval, 28.10 (178) to 9.7 (61); against Adelaide on 11 July 2009, at AAMI Stadium, 19.16 (130) to 1.7 (13)
  • * Longest winning streak: 9 games (Round 14, 2006 – Round 22, 2006)
  • * Longest losing streak: 18 games (Round 22, 2000 – Round 17, 2001)
  • * Highest Score: 28.12 (180), against Collingwood, 8 May 2005, at Subiaco Oval
  • * Lowest score: 1.7 (13), against Adelaide, 11 July 2009, at AAMI Stadium
Full Ladder Team P W L D FOR AGNST % PTS
16 Fremantle 22 4 18 0 1574 2119 74.3 16

Gallery: A day of firsts at training

Alex Pearce speaks of a special day as he returns to training.

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Nathan Wilson hits the track for the first time with Freo

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Sean Darcy

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Harley Bennell

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Cam McCarthy

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Brennan Cox 

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Shane Kersten

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Next Generation Academy player Jason Carter with Lachie Neale and new draftee Tom North

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Next Generation Academy player Jason Carter

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Shane Kersten and Lachie Neale 

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Tom North 

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Sam Switkowski

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Stefan Giro

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Mitch Crowden

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Adam Cerra

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Lloyd Meek

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Scott Jones

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Stefan Giro

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Mitch Crowden

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Nathan Wilson

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Ethan Hughes

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Tommy Sheridan

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Brady Grey

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Harley Bennell, Adam Cerra and Michael Walters

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Brennan Cox and Sean Darcy

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Hayden Ballantyne

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Michael Johnson

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Nathan Wilson

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Cam Sutcliffe and Alex Pearce

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Alex Pearce and Aaron Sandilands

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Bradley Hill

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Luke Ryan

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David Mundy and Stephen Hill

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David Mundy

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Adam Cerra and Andrew Brayshaw

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Adam Cerra

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Andrew Brayshaw

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Danyle Pearce

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Andrew Brayshaw

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Ed Langdon

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Brady Grey

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Adam Cerra

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Hugh...


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AFL.com.au picks Freo's best 22

With the 2017 drafts done and dusted, club lists have been finalised for next season.

AFL.com.au reporters have come up with their best 22s for each club, choosing on the basis of every player on the list being fit and well.

It's the best first-choice side that your team can muster, so it may include players with injuries that will keep them out for some or all of 2018.

B: Griffin Logue, Joel Hamling, Lee Spurr
HB: Nathan Wilson, Michael Johnson, Luke Ryan
C: Stephen Hill, Connor Blakely, Bradley Hill
HF: Michael Walters, Brennan Cox, Harley Bennell
F: Hayden Ballantyne, Cam McCarthy, Brandon Matera
Foll: Aaron Sandilands, Nat Fyfe, Lachie Neale
I/C: David Mundy, Sean Darcy, Andrew Brayshaw, Adam Cerra

DEPTH 

General defenders: Taylin Duman, Ethan Hughes, Tommy Sheridan, Cam Sutcliffe
Key defenders: Alex Pearce
Midfielders: Bailey Banfield, Mitchell Crowden, Ed Langdon, Tom North, Danyle...


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AFL.com.au picks Freo's best 22

With the 2017 drafts done and dusted, club lists have been finalised for next season.

AFL.com.au reporters have come up with their best 22s for each club, choosing on the basis of every player on the list being fit and well.

It's the best first-choice side that your team can muster, so it may include players with injuries that will keep them out for some or all of 2018.

B: Griffin Logue, Joel Hamling, Lee Spurr
HB: Nathan Wilson, Michael Johnson, Luke Ryan
C: Stephen Hill, Connor Blakely, Bradley Hill
HF: Michael Walters, Brennan Cox, Harley Bennell
F: Hayden Ballantyne, Cam McCarthy, Brandon Matera
Foll: Aaron Sandilands, Nat Fyfe, Lachie Neale
I/C: David Mundy, Sean Darcy, Andrew Brayshaw, Adam Cerra

DEPTH 

General defenders: Taylin Duman, Ethan Hughes, Tommy Sheridan, Cam Sutcliffe
Key defenders: Alex Pearce
Midfielders: Bailey Banfield, Mitchell Crowden, Ed Langdon, Tom North, Danyle...


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Freo seat is a ticket to ride to Perth Stadium

AFL 2017 Media - Perth Stadium

Freo fans can get the train for free for games at Perth Stadium.

Fans traveling to Fremantle and West Coast games will have the cost of catching the train to the new station at Burswood included in the price of their admission ticket. 

It comes as driving your own car to the footy becomes less attractive across Australia, with reduced parking around major stadiums.

Western Australian fans will need to use public transport with public parking almost non-existent at the new Perth Stadium.  

Parking options near the MCG are less reliable than ever, while South Australians are already embracing the journey across the footbridge after catching the train into the city. 

"About 83 per cent of fans attending events will need to use public transport to get to Optus Stadium – so we’ve made it as easy as possible by including public transport in the ticket," Optus Stadium chief executive Mike...


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Freo seat is a ticket to ride to Perth Stadium

AFL 2017 Media - Perth Stadium

Freo fans can get the train for free for games at Perth Stadium.

Fans traveling to Fremantle and West Coast games will have the cost of catching the train to the new station at Burswood included in the price of their admission ticket. 

It comes as driving your own car to the footy becomes less attractive across Australia, with reduced parking around major stadiums.

Western Australian fans will need to use public transport with public parking almost non-existent at the new Perth Stadium.  

Parking options near the MCG are less reliable than ever, while South Australians are already embracing the journey across the footbridge after catching the train into the city. 

"About 83 per cent of fans attending events will need to use public transport to get to Optus Stadium – so we’ve made it as easy as possible by including public transport in the ticket," Optus Stadium chief executive Mike...


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Young Dockers pushed to the limit

Freo's first and second-year players were not broken as they completed the annual development camp.

They might have been tired, hungry and exhausted but Fremantle’s first and second-year players were not broken as they completed the annual development camp, held this year at the Manjedal Activity Centre in Karrakup.

For the first year players, who were only then starting their third day at the club, it was an ominous 40 minute drive from Fremantle's training facility in Cockburn to what was then an unspecified location.

On arrival, the group of 16 ran through their pre-camp checklist to make sure every participant had the required items, which included camping equipment, torches, sunscreen, insect repellent and food.

For every individual item missing, the entire group had to do 18 push-ups and sit-ups, with the number 18 representing every player on the field who would be let down...


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Read more: Young Dockers pushed to the limit

Young Dockers pushed to the limit

Freo's first and second-year players were not broken as they completed the annual development camp.

They might have been tired, hungry and exhausted but Fremantle’s first and second-year players were not broken as they completed the annual development camp, held this year at the Manjedal Activity Centre in Karrakup.

For the first year players, who were only then starting their third day at the club, it was an ominous 40 minute drive from Fremantle's training facility in Cockburn to what was then an unspecified location.

On arrival, the group of 16 ran through their pre-camp checklist to make sure every participant had the required items, which included camping equipment, torches, sunscreen, insect repellent and food.

For every individual item missing, the entire group had to do 18 push-ups and sit-ups, with the number 18 representing every player on the field who would be let down...


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Read more: Young Dockers pushed to the limit

Young Dockers pushed to the limit

Freo's first and second-year players were not broken as they completed the annual development camp.

They might have been tired, hungry and exhausted but Fremantle’s first and second-year players were not broken as they completed the annual development camp, held this year at the Manjedal Activity Centre in Karrakup.

For the first year players, who were only then starting their third day at the club, it was an ominous 40 minute drive from Fremantle's training facility in Cockburn to what was then an unspecified location.

On arrival, the group of 16 ran through their pre-camp checklist to make sure every participant had the required items, which included camping equipment, torches, sunscreen, insect repellent and food.

For every individual item missing, the entire group had to do 18 push-ups and sit-ups, with the number 18 representing every player on the field who would be let down...


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Read more: Young Dockers pushed to the limit

Development camp gallery

Development camp tests youngsters Fremantle's first and second-year players took part in a development camp in Byford.

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After arriving at the camp in Karrakup, Griffin Logue collects everyones phones 

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Even though they know what's ahead of them after last year's camp, the second year players share a laugh as they wait for the drill sergents

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First year players Sam Switkowski, Bailey Banfield, Stefan Giro and Hugh Dixon

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A game of cricket breaks out

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Brennan Cox recieves first instructions

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Development camp or a long football game?

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The players are split into groups Alpha and Bravo

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Tom North 

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Lloyd Meek

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Brennan Cox and Bailey Banfield

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Sean Darcy and Taylin Duman

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The boys are put to the test straight away

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Tom North

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Griffin Logue 

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Bailey Banfield

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Sam Switkowski 

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Luke Ryan

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Scott Jones

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Lloyd Meek

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Brennan Cox

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Sean Darcy reads group Alpha's instructions

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Group Alpha are put to the test in an...


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Development camp gallery

Development camp tests youngsters Fremantle's first and second-year players took part in a development camp in Byford.

03developmentcamp.jpg
After arriving at the camp in Karrakup, Griffin Logue collects everyones phones 

04developmentcamp.jpg
Even though they know what's ahead of them after last year's camp, the second year players share a laugh as they wait for the drill sergents

05developmentcamp.jpg
First year players Sam Switkowski, Bailey Banfield, Stefan Giro and Hugh Dixon

06developmentcamp.jpg
A game of cricket breaks out

01developmentcamp.jpg
Brennan Cox recieves first instructions

07developmentcamp.jpg
Development camp or a long football game?

08developmentcamp.jpg
The players are split into groups Alpha and Bravo

09developmentcamp.jpg
Tom North 

10developmentcamp.jpg
Lloyd Meek

11developmentcamp.jpg
Brennan Cox and Bailey Banfield

12developmentcamp.jpg
Sean Darcy and Taylin Duman

13developmentcamp.jpg
The boys are put to the test straight away

14developmentcamp.jpg
Tom North

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Griffin Logue 

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Bailey Banfield

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Sam Switkowski 

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Luke Ryan

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Scott Jones

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Lloyd Meek

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Brennan Cox

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Sean Darcy reads group Alpha's instructions

25developmentcamp.jpg
Group Alpha are put to the test in an...


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Read more: Development camp gallery

Development camp gallery

Development camp tests youngsters Fremantle's first and second-year players took part in a development camp in Byford.

03developmentcamp.jpg
After arriving at the camp in Karrakup, Griffin Logue collects everyones phones 

04developmentcamp.jpg
Even though they know what's ahead of them after last year's camp, the second year players share a laugh as they wait for the drill sergents

05developmentcamp.jpg
First year players Sam Switkowski, Bailey Banfield, Stefan Giro and Hugh Dixon

06developmentcamp.jpg
A game of cricket breaks out

01developmentcamp.jpg
Brennan Cox recieves first instructions

07developmentcamp.jpg
Development camp or a long football game?

08developmentcamp.jpg
The players are split into groups Alpha and Bravo

09developmentcamp.jpg
Tom North 

10developmentcamp.jpg
Lloyd Meek

11developmentcamp.jpg
Brennan Cox and Bailey Banfield

12developmentcamp.jpg
Sean Darcy and Taylin Duman

13developmentcamp.jpg
The boys are put to the test straight away

14developmentcamp.jpg
Tom North

15developmentcamp.jpg

16developmentcamp.jpg
Griffin Logue 

17developmentcamp.jpg
Bailey Banfield

18developmentcamp.jpg
Sam Switkowski 

19developmentcamp.jpg
Luke Ryan

20developmentcamp.jpg
Scott Jones

21developmentcamp.jpg
Lloyd Meek

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Brennan Cox

23developmentcamp.jpg
Sean Darcy reads group Alpha's instructions

25developmentcamp.jpg
Group Alpha are put to the test in an...


Read full article on AFL Fremantle AFLComAu


Read more: Development camp gallery

Development camp gallery

Development camp tests youngsters Fremantle's first and second-year players took part in a development camp in Byford.

03developmentcamp.jpg
After arriving at the camp in Karrakup, Griffin Logue collects everyones phones 

04developmentcamp.jpg
Even though they know what's ahead of them after last year's camp, the second year players share a laugh as they wait for the drill sergents

05developmentcamp.jpg
First year players Sam Switkowski, Bailey Banfield, Stefan Giro and Hugh Dixon

06developmentcamp.jpg
A game of cricket breaks out

01developmentcamp.jpg
Brennan Cox recieves first instructions

07developmentcamp.jpg
Development camp or a long football game?

08developmentcamp.jpg
The players are split into groups Alpha and Bravo

09developmentcamp.jpg
Tom North 

10developmentcamp.jpg
Lloyd Meek

11developmentcamp.jpg
Brennan Cox and Bailey Banfield

12developmentcamp.jpg
Sean Darcy and Taylin Duman

13developmentcamp.jpg
The boys are put to the test straight away

14developmentcamp.jpg
Tom North

15developmentcamp.jpg

16developmentcamp.jpg
Griffin Logue 

17developmentcamp.jpg
Bailey Banfield

18developmentcamp.jpg
Sam Switkowski 

19developmentcamp.jpg
Luke Ryan

20developmentcamp.jpg
Scott Jones

21developmentcamp.jpg
Lloyd Meek

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Brennan Cox

23developmentcamp.jpg
Sean Darcy reads group Alpha's instructions

25developmentcamp.jpg
Group Alpha are put to the test in an...


Read full article on AFL Fremantle AFLComAu


Read more: Development camp gallery

Development camp gallery

Development camp tests youngsters Fremantle's first and second-year players took part in a development camp in Byford.

03developmentcamp.jpg
After arriving at the camp in Karrakup, Griffin Logue collects everyones phones 

04developmentcamp.jpg
Even though they know what's ahead of them after last year's camp, the second year players share a laugh as they wait for the drill sergents

05developmentcamp.jpg
First year players Sam Switkowski, Bailey Banfield, Stefan Giro and Hugh Dixon

06developmentcamp.jpg
A game of cricket breaks out

01developmentcamp.jpg
Brennan Cox recieves first instructions

07developmentcamp.jpg
Development camp or a long football game?

08developmentcamp.jpg
The players are split into groups Alpha and Bravo

09developmentcamp.jpg
Tom North 

10developmentcamp.jpg
Lloyd Meek

11developmentcamp.jpg
Brennan Cox and Bailey Banfield

12developmentcamp.jpg
Sean Darcy and Taylin Duman

13developmentcamp.jpg
The boys are put to the test straight away

14developmentcamp.jpg
Tom North

15developmentcamp.jpg

16developmentcamp.jpg
Griffin Logue 

17developmentcamp.jpg
Bailey Banfield

18developmentcamp.jpg
Sam Switkowski 

19developmentcamp.jpg
Luke Ryan

20developmentcamp.jpg
Scott Jones

21developmentcamp.jpg
Lloyd Meek

22developmentcamp.jpg
Brennan Cox

23developmentcamp.jpg
Sean Darcy reads group Alpha's instructions

25developmentcamp.jpg
Group Alpha are put to the test in an...


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Read more: Development camp gallery

Freo legends to present player numbers to 2017 draftees

Shaun McManus and Garrick Ibbotson will present the player numbers to Freo's 2017 draftees.

Shaun McManus and Garrick Ibbotson will present the player numbers to Freo's 2017 draftees.

Fremantle Life Members Shaun McManus and Garrick Ibbotson will present the player numbers to Fremantle’s exciting 2017 draft class on Friday.

A past captain and one of Fremantle’s favourite sons, McManus will hand his former playing number to Andrew Brayshaw, who will become the third player to wear the no.8 for Freo.

On top of McManus’s 228 games in no.8 from 1995 to 2008, the number was also worn by fellow Life Member Nick Suban for 156 games from 2009 to 2017. 

McManus has often spoken passionately of the love he still has for the Fremantle jumper, which he first wore in round five of the 1995 season against Footscray at the Western Oval. 

He was co-captain for 43 games between 2000 and 2001 and played his last game in round 18 of the 2008 season in Fremantle’s Western Derby win against...


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Read more: Freo legends to present player numbers to 2017 draftees

Freo legends to present player numbers to 2017 draftees

Shaun McManus and Garrick Ibbotson will present the player numbers to Freo's 2017 draftees.

Shaun McManus and Garrick Ibbotson will present the player numbers to Freo's 2017 draftees.

Fremantle Life Members Shaun McManus and Garrick Ibbotson will present the player numbers to Fremantle’s exciting 2017 draft class on Friday.

A past captain and one of Fremantle’s favourite sons, McManus will hand his former playing number to Andrew Brayshaw, who will become the third player to wear the no.8 for Freo.

On top of McManus’s 228 games in no.8 from 1995 to 2008, the number was also worn by fellow Life Member Nick Suban for 156 games from 2009 to 2017. 

McManus has often spoken passionately of the love he still has for the Fremantle jumper, which he first wore in round five of the 1995 season against Footscray at the Western Oval. 

He was co-captain for 43 games between 2000 and 2001 and played his last game in round 18 of the 2008 season in Fremantle’s Western Derby win against...


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Read more: Freo legends to present player numbers to 2017 draftees

Freo legends to present player numbers to 2017 draftees

Shaun McManus and Garrick Ibbotson will present the player numbers to Freo's 2017 draftees.

Shaun McManus and Garrick Ibbotson will present the player numbers to Freo's 2017 draftees.

Fremantle Life Members Shaun McManus and Garrick Ibbotson will present the player numbers to Fremantle’s exciting 2017 draft class on Friday.

A past captain and one of Fremantle’s favourite sons, McManus will hand his former playing number to Andrew Brayshaw, who will become the third player to wear the no.8 for Freo.

On top of McManus’s 228 games in no.8 from 1995 to 2008, the number was also worn by fellow Life Member Nick Suban for 156 games from 2009 to 2017. 

McManus has often spoken passionately of the love he still has for the Fremantle jumper, which he first wore in round five of the 1995 season against Footscray at the Western Oval. 

He was co-captain for 43 games between 2000 and 2001 and played his last game in round 18 of the 2008 season in Fremantle’s Western Derby win against...


Read full article on AFL Fremantle AFLComAu


Read more: Freo legends to present player numbers to 2017 draftees

Freo legends to present player numbers to 2017 draftees

Shaun McManus and Garrick Ibbotson will present the player numbers to Freo's 2017 draftees.

Shaun McManus and Garrick Ibbotson will present the player numbers to Freo's 2017 draftees.

Fremantle Life Members Shaun McManus and Garrick Ibbotson will present the player numbers to Fremantle’s exciting 2017 draft class on Friday.

A past captain and one of Fremantle’s favourite sons, McManus will hand his former playing number to Andrew Brayshaw, who will become the third player to wear the no.8 for Freo.

On top of McManus’s 228 games in no.8 from 1995 to 2008, the number was also worn by fellow Life Member Nick Suban for 156 games from 2009 to 2017. 

McManus has often spoken passionately of the love he still has for the Fremantle jumper, which he first wore in round five of the 1995 season against Footscray at the Western Oval. 

He was co-captain for 43 games between 2000 and 2001 and played his last game in round 18 of the 2008 season in Fremantle’s Western Derby win against...


Read full article on AFL Fremantle AFLComAu


Read more: Freo legends to present player numbers to 2017 draftees

Freo legends to present player numbers to 2017 draftees

Shaun McManus and Garrick Ibbotson will present the player numbers to Freo's 2017 draftees.

Shaun McManus and Garrick Ibbotson will present the player numbers to Freo's 2017 draftees.

Fremantle Life Members Shaun McManus and Garrick Ibbotson will present the player numbers to Fremantle’s exciting 2017 draft class on Friday.

A past captain and one of Fremantle’s favourite sons, McManus will hand his former playing number to Andrew Brayshaw, who will become the third player to wear the no.8 for Freo.

On top of McManus’s 228 games in no.8 from 1995 to 2008, the number was also worn by fellow Life Member Nick Suban for 156 games from 2009 to 2017. 

McManus has often spoken passionately of the love he still has for the Fremantle jumper, which he first wore in round five of the 1995 season against Footscray at the Western Oval. 

He was co-captain for 43 games between 2000 and 2001 and played his last game in round 18 of the 2008 season in Fremantle’s Western Derby win against...


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Read more: Freo legends to present player numbers to 2017 draftees

Brayshaw’s family link to no.8

Shaun McManus tells of his hilarious link with the Brayshaw family.

Freo legend Shaun McManus has a story for every occasion, and Freo’s former no.8 delivered another classic tale when presenting new draftee Andrew Brayshaw with his new playing number.

McManus was joined by Garrick Ibbotson at the presentation, with the fellow Life Member on hand to present Adam Cerra with the no.5 playing number.

Brayshaw will wear the number McManus wore for 228 games from 1995 to 2008, with another Life Member in Nick Suban playing in the no.8 for 156 games from 2009 to 2017.

McManus said he knew Brayshaw’s father Mark from when Mark worked at Freo in a financial role ahead of the club’s inaugural season, however, McManus was almost pained to admit that pair also had another encounter a month prior to McManus’s arrival at the club.

“Mark reminds me of this regularly,” McManus said.

“I’m not...


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Brayshaw’s family link to no.8

Shaun McManus tells of his hilarious link with the Brayshaw family.

Freo legend Shaun McManus has a story for every occasion, and Freo’s former no.8 delivered another classic tale when presenting new draftee Andrew Brayshaw with his new playing number.

McManus was joined by Garrick Ibbotson at the presentation, with the fellow Life Member on hand to present Adam Cerra with the no.5 playing number.

Brayshaw will wear the number McManus wore for 228 games from 1995 to 2008, with another Life Member in Nick Suban playing in the no.8 for 156 games from 2009 to 2017.

McManus said he knew Brayshaw’s father Mark from when Mark worked at Freo in a financial role ahead of the club’s inaugural season, however, McManus was almost pained to admit that pair also had another encounter a month prior to McManus’s arrival at the club.

“Mark reminds me of this regularly,” McManus said.

“I’m not...


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Read more: Brayshaw’s family link to no.8


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