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AFL Watch: How Fremantle Dockers fared for Peel Thunder against Subiaco in WAFL round 7

Six Fremantle Dockers were in action for Peel Thunder in their WAFL clash with Subiaco at Leederville Oval on Saturday. Here’s how they fared.

Nat Fyfe: Played exclusively in the middle in his return from a back injury and racked up 24 disposals despite copping close attention from Subiaco’s Harry Marsh. Started on fire with nine touches in the first quarter and set up two crucial goals with precise deliveries inside 50.

Joel Hamling: Solid without having a great influence rotating in defence on Ryan Borchet and Jake South.

Sebit Kuek: Showed a few flashes of brilliance in the first half but hobbled off the ground after badly rolling his ankle in a marking contest in the third quarter and did not return.

WAFL Subiaco Lions vs Peel Thunder at Leederville Oval, Perth. Pictured - Peel's Sebit Kuek in some bother on the sidelines with a ankle injury
Camera IconSebit Kuek finishing his first game at Peel Thunder on the bench with an ankle injury. Credit: Daniel Wilkins/The West Australian

Sam Sturt: Very quiet game up forward with just six touches and conceded five free kicks.

Josh Treacy: Barely sighted in the first half but came to life after the long break, imposing himself on the contest as a pinch-hitter in the ruck and up forward. Kicked the game-winning goal with scores tied and only a few minutes remaining to finish with three majors.

PERTH, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 04: Josh Treacy of the Thunder marks the ball during the round seven WAFL match between the Subiaco Lions and Peel Thunder at Leederville Oval on June 04, 2022 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)
Camera IconJosh Treacy was the match-winner with three goals. Credit: Paul Kane/Getty Images

Karl Worner: His quietest game of the year with just 10 touches on a wing.

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