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Fremantle Bounce Back

Fremantle has bounced back from their Western Derby loss with a 29 point win over Carlton at Optus Stadium.

The Dockers trailed by 13 points at half time but seven goals in the third quarter helped set up a 15.11.101 to 10.12.72 victory.

Carlton ruckman Matthew Kreuzer was a late out and will miss the remainder of the AFL season after experiencing a second elevated heart-rate episode.

Michael Walters suffered a hamstring injury late in the game and will miss the rest of the year according to Dockers coach Ross Lyon.

Carlton coach Brendon Bolton says the club was taking no risks with Matthew Kruezer.

Fremantle midfielder Lachie Neale says the Dockers knew they were in the game at half time.

Carlton midfielder Patrick Cripps says Lachie Neale got on top in the midfield during the third quarter.

Carlton assistant coach John Barker joined the boys minutes after the Matthew Kreuzer news broke.

Fremantle assistant coach Simon Eastaugh says the club has moved on from the Andrew Brayshaw injury.

MML
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