Buddy’s back causing Freo fail
Buddy Franklin returned for the Swans after a three week absence but he came back to kick three goals and break a 300 goal tally for Sydney in their 59 point win over Fremantle.
Sydney’s Josh Kennedy celebrated his 200th with the convincing win over a lackluster Fremantle who remained goalless in the first quarter, but thankfully Michael Walters returned to kick a couple of majors for the 17.9 (111) to ️7.10 (52) scoreline.
Joel Hamling was a casualty of the game copping a Buddy elbow to the head and failed a concussion test and couldn’t play out the game.
Tony Barlow Menswear player of the year Votes.
5️⃣ Ed Langdon
4️⃣ Nathan Wilson
3️⃣ Aaron Sandilands
2️⃣ Ryan Nyhuis
1️⃣ Andrew Brayshaw
— 6PR Football (@6prfootball) May 19, 2018
Hear how the game played out…
Ed Landon impressed with 29 disposals, but says the team still have a lot of work to do.
“It probably just comes back to learning patterns, we’ve got a lot of young guys playing up forward this year,” Langdon told 6PR.
“We struggled to have a physical presence up there,” Ross Lyon said about their forward line, after he coached his 150th Fremantle game.