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Fremantle sweats on COVID outbreak as three players sidelined

Gareth Parker
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Fremantle is sweating on a COVID outbreak that has already sidelined three players for Friday night’s clash with North Melbourne at Optus Stadium.

Forward Rory Lobb will miss, along with in-form wingman Blake Acres and livewire forward Travis Colyer, with the trio all entering the AFL’s health & safety protocols.

The Dockers held a modified training on Monday as a result, but it’s not all doom and gloom for the 6-1 club, with five players in the mix for a return.

Big man Sean Darcy and draftee Neil Erasmus are back after concussion lay-offs, while young gun defenders Hayden Young and Heath Chapman have exited the AFL’s health & safety protocols.

“They’re well and truly out of their isolation, so it’s just getting some volume back into both of them, but we’re expecting them to be available,” Fremantle football boss Peter Bell said.

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Gareth Parker
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