Club Focus Fremantle 2022

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After finishing fourth this year Fremantle have national draft picks 19, 37, 55, 73, 91, 109, 127. In the state draft for WA this equates to picks 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14.


What are the list priorities this off-season?
 

DragoDelph

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Defence is solid.
Probably need more midfield depth (we don’t talk about Roberts 😭)
Some more class forward. Marking power seemed lacking.

Would expect WC to get priority selections again given their on field performance and off field losses/potential losses.

Hopefully Sharp back this season. Duffy unlikely, Morrison won’t get up for an August start.
 

Lore

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Tiah Toth and Ann McMahon not offered contracts
Jasmin Stewart steps away from footy (no reason given)

 

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eastfreo75

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Yeah maybe? We need to refresh the squad and can’t rely solely on the draft
West Coast went initially went too old and not sure Mchanon or Toth are an answer to that. In saying that the club needs to competitive to hold onto talent.

I would be two minds about both players.
 

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Dockers see off rival interest to lock in gun winger
A WEEK after losing spearhead Gemma Houghton to Port Adelaide, Fremantle has seen off strong interest from rival clubs to re-secure integral winger Ebony Antonio.

Antonio had been linked with the Victorian expansion sides but has chosen to remain in Western Australia.

The 30-year-old announced she had recommitted to the Dockers on a two-year deal at the club's best and fairest on Saturday.

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Fremantle's Ebony Antonio celebrates a goal during the qualifying final against North Melbourne on March 19, 2022. Picture: AFL Photos
"I've been here since year one and I'm excited to have signed on for another couple of years," Antonio said.

"I'm looking forward to being a Docker for life."
 

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