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Three-word analysis of every Fremantle Docker in wet weather loss to Collingwood Magpies at Optus Stadium

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Griffin Logue fends off Oli Henry, but the Dockers couldn’t halt him for long.
Camera IconGriffin Logue fends off Oli Henry, but the Dockers couldn’t halt him for long. Credit: Paul Kane/via AFL Photos

If you could sum up Fremantle’s efforts in three words, what would you choose? Read our thoughts and leave your own below.

Caleb Serong: Dismal disposal efficiency

Andrew Brayshaw: They needed more

David Mundy: Some rare errors

Jordan Clark: Freo’s cleanest hands

Sean Darcy: Cameron tested him

Will Brodie: Monster first term

Blake Acres: No outside ball

Fremantle needed a lift out of Andrew Brayshaw, but didn’t get it.
Camera IconFremantle needed a lift out of Andrew Brayshaw, but didn’t get it. Credit: Daniel Carson/AFL Photos

Heath Chapman: Solid under heat

Brennan Cox: Beaten by Henry

Hayden Young: Dry weather marking

Rory Lobb: Made a contest

Sam Switkowski: Pressure standards down

Griffin Logue: His spot now

Michael Walters: Built into it

Jordan Clark was Fremantle’s cleanest ball handler in the wet.
Camera IconJordan Clark was Fremantle’s cleanest ball handler in the wet. Credit: Daniel Carson/AFL Photos

James Aish: Given De Goey job

Luke Ryan: Couldn’t stop Ginnivan

Lachie Schultz: Had influence late

Alex Pearce: Dam wall broke

Fremantle’s Lachie Schultz lifted late after a slow opening against Collingwood.
Camera IconFremantle’s Lachie Schultz lifted late after a slow opening against Collingwood. Credit: Daniel Carson/AFL Photos

Travis Colyer: Never got going

Michael Frederick: Didn’t use him

Matt Taberner: Rendered basically useless

Bailey Banfield: Was rarely sighted

Neil Erasmus: Unused medical sub

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