2016 NAB Challenge Live Fremantle Dockers vs Adelaide Crows Stream Week 02 AFL Pre Seasons 2016 Free Online.Fremantle Dockers vs Adelaide Crows math will be kick off at Sounness Park Stadium, Western Australia, Australia, Sunday 28 February 2016 online, 13.40 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Seven, Foxtell.
Both Fremantle and Adelaide are coming off impressive wins in their first NAB Challenge games, with Freo beating Richmond by 60 points while Adelaide comfortably cruised to a 100 point win over West Coast.
It’s the first meeting between the teams since last years round nine classic, and will take place at Sounness Park in Mt Barker on Sunday.
Fremantle 0.14.6.90 def Richmond 0.4.6.30
Freo put forward a strong showing in their first NAB Challenge game, with both experienced players and new faces displaying their capabilities. Lachie Neale led all players with 29 disposals while Nat Fyfe had 18 disposals despite only entering the game in the second half.
Darcy Tucker showed a lot in his first game at the club, and Matthew Pavlich kicked four goals in the win.
Adelaide 126.96.36.199 def West Coast 0.7.6.48
A more experienced Crows outfit comfortably beat the Eagles, with star forward Eddie Betts being the main attraction. Betts kicked six goals, including one super goal in the win whilst also being involved in multiple score involvements due to his swift handball skills.
Tom Lynch and Taylor Walker were handfuls up forward, and combined for 14 marks and five goals.
Stopping Lynch and Jenkins
Without Taylor Walker and Eddie Betts in the Adelaide side, Tom Lynch and Josh Jenkins become the two most likely goal scorers against Freo. Lynch could see time up the ground and will need constant coverage while Jenkins has a monstrous frame and could be destined for Alex Silvagni or Sam Collins.
Freo will look for continued attacking presence from the halfbacks, who impressed in their first game under defence coach Brent Guerra. Tommy Sheridan, Garrick Ibbotson, Stephen Hill and Cameron Sutcliffe all had more than 19 disposals, with each player kicking more than handballing.
Fyfe’s game time
Ross Lyon said post-game after last Friday’s match that he expects Nat Fyfe to have more game time in the Freo’s second NAB Challenge game. Freo fans would hope so, given Fyfe’s 18 disposal impact in only one half of football.
Fremantle Dockers: 3. Zac Dawson, 5. Garrick Ibbotson, 6. Danyle Pearce, 7. Nat Fyfe, 8. Nick Suban, 9. Matt de Boer, 10. Michael Walters, 11. Tommy Sheridan, 12. Jonathon Griffin, 13. Tendai Mzungu, 14. Lachie Weller, 15. Ethan Hughes, 17. Hayden Crozier, 19. Connor Blakely, 20. Matt Taberner, 21. Michael Barlow, 23. Chris Mayne, 26. Ed Langdon, 27. Lachie Neale, 28. Brady Grey, 29. Matthew Pavlich, 31. Aaron Sandilands, 32. Stephen Hill, 33. Cameron Sutcliffe, 36. Alex Silvagni, 37. Michael Johnson, 38. Jack Hannath, 40. Sam Collins, 46. Clancee Pearce
Notable absentees: David Mundy, Hayden Ballantyne, Harley Bennell, Zac Clarke
Adelaide Crows: 4. Josh Jenkins, 6. Jake Lever, 7. Nathan van Berlo, 8. Mitch Grigg, 9. Rory Sloane, 11. Paul Seedsman, 14. David Mackay, 15. Kyle Hartigan, 16. Luke Brown, 17. Curtly Hampton, 21. Rory Atkins, 25. Kyle Cheney, 26. Richard Douglas, 27. Tom Lynch, 28. Cam Ellis-Yolmen, 29. Rory Laird, 30. Wayne Milera, 31. Jarryd Lyons, 32. Troy Menzel, 33. Brodie Smith, 34. Sam Shaw, 35. Harrison Wigg, 36. Dean Gore, 38. Harry Dear, 40. Luke Lowden, 41. Mitch McGovern, 43. Reilly O’Brien, 44. Matt Crouch, 47. Jake Kelly
Notable absentees: Eddie Betts, Brad Crouch, Sam Jacobs, Scott Thompson