That’s ok – we’re invisible

On the surface, they’re hard to miss: purple jumpers, the old heave ho, over 50,000 members…but for Les Everett, the Fremantle Dockers are the AFL’s invisible side when it comes to a whole range of measures.

Round 12 – Fremantle v Carlton: A lasting love for Jack Newnes

The game might not have featured his beloved St Kilda, but Yoshi had his eye on former Saint Jack Newnes as the Blues won a thriller over the favoured Freo.

Almanac Life: A West Australian Out Of Water

When West Australian Poppy Penny landed a nice (temporary) job in radio in country New South Wales, she thought she’d be back home to watch her beloved Freo by the middle of the year. Travel restrictions have changed that. [Hang in there Poppy – JTH]

Round 9 – Fremantle v Collingwood: Grim (Floreat Pica Society)

This round’s FPS report from Steve Fahey looks under the hood at what has stymied Collingwood’s progress in recent weeks as the Pies started a cross-state run with a tight loss.

Cam Hooke’s Collingwood Life: Rounds 8 and 9

Cam Hooke assesses the damage after the drubbing against West Coast, then saddles up to preview the game against Fremantle.

Round 6 – Fremantle v St Kilda: Go north and multiply …

You should never count your chickens before they hatch as Patrick O’Brien found out.

Round 6 – Fremantle v St Kilda: Saints only played the first quarter

Footy was the winner for Yoshi in Japan, but not the AFL’s version as St Kilda let a big lead slip against a tough Freo side. Osaka Dingoes training helped provide solace.

Round 2 – Brisbane v Fremantle: Behind the pub’s velvet rope

What do you do when the footy’s back on but the pub is fully booked? Jarrod Landells and Shirl (“QUEENSLANDER!!”) come up trumps.

Round 2 – Brisbane v Fremantle: And the future is now

English and Music teacher Shane Reid takes his inspiration from the pandemic and other dystopia for this report of the clash between the Lions and the Dockers.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 8 – Geelong v Fremantle: A licence to carry

It was the sort of Kardinia Park day where the ducks are looking for shelter, but John Harms braved the conditions to watch the Cats and Dockers go at it.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 3 – Fremantle v West Coast

The Eagles took the Derby points, but Les Everett saw signs of further trouble in their continuing siege mentality over off-field controversies.

AFLW Round 4 – St. Kilda v Fremantle: Saints outpointed in unlucky loss to Dockers

Heartbreak in Moorabbin, the Saints came off their first ever win and fell just a single point short of competition heavyweights Fremantle. Braham Dabscheck sees positive signs and areas needing polish before the next game against the Blues.

Round 21 – St. Kilda v Fremantle: Jack Steven makes Sainters smile on a marvelous afternoon at Marvel

Braham Dabscheck was in good spirits after the Saints continued their run of fine form over the Dockers – with particular mention of the deeds of Jack Steven.

Round 18 – Fremantle v Sydney: A tradition lives on

Keiran Croker on the birth of new family members and teething problems for the young goslings in red and white as they fell agonisingly short to Fremantle.

Round 15 – Fremantle v Carlton: Oh me of little faith

‘And that’s what I’ve become – an unbeliever…How long is it going to take me to turn those thoughts around?’ Blues tragic Yvette Hollings battles her inner doubts and her all-too-willingness to trot out the standard excuses for another loss. A win against the odds in the West has her questioning both herself and prospects for the Navy Blues.

Round 11 – Collingwood v Fremantle (Floreat Pica Society Report): Purple Gloom

It was a dark day for Luke Reynolds and Collingwood at the MCG on Saturday. This week Luke reports for the Floreat Pica Society.

Round 8 – Fremantle v Richmond: Some crazy time slot late on Mothers Day

It was a crucial win for the Tigers, but Sam Steele is no fan of Mothers Day footy.

Round 3 – Fremantle v St Kilda: Only Staying Positive is the Key for Footy

Yoshi faces challenges in his support for his beloved Saints as they hit a road bump in Fremantle. Life generally is also a challenge but he must keep strong in both cases.

Round 1 – Fremantle v North Melbourne: It’s a long way to come

Poppy Penny is back with her account of the uplifting Freo victory against the Roos. The 1200km round trip from Kalgoorlie to The Flying Saucer was no trouble at all.

AFLW Round 5 – Fremantle v Western Bulldogs: Post Premiership Issues

Yoshi senses the circumstances are similar between the Westen Bulldogs women’s and men’s teams at the kennel as both teams slide in the aftermath of their flag wins.