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GAME DAY: Fremantle V Sydney

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The Sydney Swans have dampened the celebrations for Matthew Pavlich’s milestone 350th game with a massive 90-point win over Fremantle at Domain Stadium on  Sunday afternoon. 

In his usual unselfish and champion-style form, Pavlich assisted a few goals, but only kicked his own goal late in the game. But Sydney were dominant from start to finish for their 21.11 (127) to 7.5 (47) win.  

Sydney’s Josh Kennedy hit a career high 45 disposals to go along with his three goals. Fremantle also had their record-breakers with David Mundy reaching a career high 44 disposals and Ed Langdon’s 29 disposals has been his best game. 

Fremantle struggled to get the ball inside their forward 50 for the first quarter and had only one goal to show for their effort. While Sydney were in charge in their forward line, but inaccuracy hurt their scoreline kicking three goals, seven behind in the first quarter. 

The Dockers lifted in the second quarter with their captain David Mundy clocking up 15disposals in the term and kicking a goal, while their former skipper in Pavlich assisted his teammates with their goals. 

The Swans kicked eight goals to one in the third quarter, Tom Mitchell added to the tally with three goals within a few minutes while Shane Yarren kicked Fremantle’s only goal in the quarter and his first AFL goal at Domain Stadium 

Pavlich and Lachy Weller put in their efforts for the final quarter but it was too little too late for the Dockers.

Listen to the game highlights here… 

Dan Hannebery spoke with us after the game… 

‘The system at the moment isn’t working very well,’ David Mundy spoke with us after the game.. 


Listen to Ross Lyon’s post game press conference here… 

Listen to Sydney coach, John Longmire’s post game press conference here…