Caleb Serong 9: Rivalled GWS defender Sam Taylor for best-afield honours. Was huge in the midfield, even when the chips were down early.
Jordan Clark 8: Got better as the game went on with his line-breaking speed causing headaches for the Giants. Capped it all off with a clutch final-quarter goal on the run.
Michael Walters 7.5: Stood up in the absence of Freo’s injured talls with a brilliant three-goal display in his 200th game.
Andrew Brayshaw 7.5: Overcame a Harry Perryman tag and slow start to produce a big two-goal, 16-disposal second half.
Will Brodie 7: Another massive midfield performer who helped turn the game in Fremantle’s favour. Also laid some big tackles.
Luke Ryan 7: Rolled off and intercepted well and barely made a mistake down back.
David Mundy 7: Consistent and clean like usual. Nailed the lead-changing goal in the three-quarter time siren, one of seven score involvements from his 30 touches.
Nathan O’Driscoll 7: Provided his usual spark and took the game on. Kicked two goals including a beauty from the boundary.
Brennan Cox 7: Kept Jake Riccardi to one goal, was strong in the air and rebounded well.
Sean Darcy 6.5: Started up forward and had no impact but his switch into the ruck midway through the second term dragged Freo back into the match.
Hayden Young 6.5: Had the most metres gained of any Docker with 579m and was defensively sound.
Lachie Schultz 6.5: Played the link-up forward role to perfection.
James Aish 6.5: Worked really hard and had the most goal assistant on the ground with three.
Alex Pearce 6: Had his hands full with former teammate Jesse Hogan, who booted three majors, but did have some big moments himself including a rare goal.
Heath Chapman 6: Didn’t have a massive amount of the footy but made his possessions count in the back half.
Lloyd Meek 5.5: Was beaten in the ruck by Kieren Briggs early before having an impact after half-time with the help of Darcy.
Brandon Walker 5.5: Was a bit fumbly early before growing into the contest.
Blake Acres 5.5: Was busy early before fading in the final term and gave away a costly off-the-ball free-kick which resulted in a goal.
Nat Fyfe 5: Played predominantly forward with bursts in the midfield. Didn’t dominate on stats sheet but was an important physical presence.
Michael Frederick 4: Kicked 0.2 and didn’t have much of a defensive presence.
Sam Switkowski 4: Was down on his usual influence.
Bailey Banfield 3: A late inclusion for Griffin Logue but had little impact on the match. Had one touch in the first half and finished with two behinds and no tackles.