The champion had 2.16 next to his name in nine rounds before clashing with Sydney at Optus Stadium on Saturday night.
His third goal of the year, scored very late in the last quarter , was enough to get Fremantle over the line against the Swans by just one point from 12.14 (86) to 13.6 (84).
Fyfe’s exploits came after Lance Franklin scored his sixth goal for the game and the third shot for the season.
It looked like Franklin had brought his team over the line and Sydney were the first visiting team to win at Optus Stadium that season.
But Fremantle could Sydney held out the last four minutes after Fyfe’s goal, although the Swans kept attacking.
What could have been Franklin’s seventh goal, another bomb from outside 50m, was only 14 seconds left by Fremantle defender Luke Ryan of the line.
While Sydney most of the first Ha For one year in control, the Dockers dominated the third term to kickstart the final quarter. and ultimately take an exciting win.
Veterans Nate Fyfe and David Mundy produced a classic form during the season as the Dockers saw a lot more football in their striker line than Sydney during the quarter. 21 within the 50s to seven.
However, the home team seemed to have missed too many chances before Adam Cerra was all alone at the end of a field 30 minutes after the start of the quarter.
The Dockers stepped for the 4 .5 to just 0.1 to turn a 15-point deficit into a 13-point last term advantage.
While opposing teams continue to struggle to play their best footy at Optus Stadium, it seems Loving Lance Franklin.
This was his second visit to the venue since its unveiling for the 2018 season.
He played in that first on-site game, scoring eight goals against the West Coast. still the best of any player.
He maintained his average of two goals per quarter on the ground to give the Swans a four point lead in the first break.
Callum Mills set the tone the game from the first ricochet with nine touches for the duration. He finished at 26; 17 of them denied.
He found both Franklin and Tom Papley in first terms within 50 years; both lead to goals.
Franklin kicked his third goal in the middle of the second season on the inner court (65 m) after dodging three Dockers tacklers to give the Swans a 15-point lead.
When Will Hayward found an open goal a minute later, that lead increased to 21 points.
Fremantle star Michael Walters took the best path to answer those who criticized his form this season. < The All Australian returned to midfield on Saturday, ending with 23 strokes and one goal.
When he kicked Fremantle’s sixth goal towards the end of his second term and shortly after Hayward’s efforts, he celebrated with some bizarre signals.
First he wanted to pretend he was writing something with an imaginary pen on imaginary paper, then he signaled with his hand as if it were a puppet saying « blah, blah, blah ».
It was either a message to the media or to be own club after extending his contract by just one season last year.
Hickey was sidelined due to a knee injury sustained in Round 5 against Greater Western Sydney.
The great Ruckman looked like his luck ran out four minutes in the first season against Fremantle.
But he returned less than 10 minutes later and had a significant impact on the game.
ELBOROUGH’S BEST Dockers: Lobb, Fyfe , Mundy, Walters, Cerra, Darcy. Swans: Franklin, Mills, Parker, Kennedy, Heeney, Dawson.
AIMS Docker: Lobb 4; Schultz 2; Taberner, Serong, Cerra, Walters, Treacey, Fyfe. Swans: Franklin 6; Papley 2; Warner, Rowbottom, Hayward, Florent, Heeney.
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