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Hawthorn Hawks vs Fremantle Dockers
Venue : Melbourne Cricket Ground
Date : Saturday 28 September 2013
Time : 2:30 pm
HEAD TO HEAD: Played: 27, Hawthorn 20, Fremantle 7
LAST TIME: Hawthorn 18.10 (118) def. Fremantle 11.10 (76), Round 4, 2013 at Aurora Stadium
WALKING WOUNDED: Hawthorn’s Brendan Whitecross has suffered grand final heartache for the second consecutive year after he ruptured the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee on Friday night against Geelong and won’t play on Saturday. Incredibly, Whitecross suffered the same injury in last year’s qualifying final against Collingwood which ruled him out of the 2012 Grand Final too. It’s a bitter pill to swallow for Whitecross but where one door closes, another opens and the likes of Shane Savage, Jed Anderson and Jonathan Simpkin appear to be the frontrunners to replace Whitecross in the biggest game of the year. Whitecross wasn’t the Hawks’ only injury concern against Geelong with Lance Franklin (right elbow), Paul Puopolo (right ankle) and Brent Guerra (corked hip, left shoulder) all battling to get through the match. Their fitness will be monitored during the week but all would be expected to line up against the Dockers. As has been the case for most of the year, Xavier Ellis (calf), Ryan Schoenmakers (knee) and Matt Suckling (knee) won’t be available.
Fremantle appeared to escape their preliminary final against Sydney unscathed, although Luke McPharlin and Michael Johnson seemed to require extra attention to their calves late in the match. Garrick Ibbotson (Achilles), Clancee Pearce (Achilles), Anthony Morabito (knee), Jonathon Griffin (knee) and Kepler Bradley (knee) will all have to watch on from the sidelines.
FORM: Hawthorn made it six wins on the trot on Friday night after they finally slew the ‘unslayable’ dragon in Geelong. The Hawks had lost their previous 11 encounters against the Cats, and after trailing by 20 points at three-quarter time it looked as though the ‘Dirty Dozen’ was about to be achieved by Geelong. But, on the back of outstanding individual performances from Sam Mitchell, Shaun Burgoyne and Jack Gunston, the Hawks dug deep in the final term to clinch a five-point win in one of the greatest finals in recent history. Mitchell was irrepressible with 38 disposals (14 contested), 11 clearances and eight inside 50s. Burgoyne was just as good with 24, six tackles and three goals while Gunston stood tall with 21 and four goals after star forwards Lance Franklin and Jarryd Roughead were well held.
Fremantle head into their first grand final in red hot form, having won seven of their last eight matches and their last two victories have been their best of 2013. Firstly, they went down to Simonds Stadium to hand Geelong just their second loss in 45 matches at their home ground and on the weekend they produced one of the greatest displays of pressure football to defeat Sydney by 25 points. The final margin flattered the Swans greatly as for large periods of the game they were incessantly harassed, hemmed in and simply had nowhere to go as the Dockers’ intensity forced John Longmire’s men virtually into submission by half-time. Given Sydney have gained the reputation for being one of the most defensively-minded sides in recent years, this result was symbolically significant for Freo. Nat Fyfe once again showed why he is considered one of the best young talents in the game as he helped himself to 27 disposals (15 contested), six clearances and two goals, David Mundy was also influential with 29 (13 contested) and seven inside 50s while Ryan Crowley reaffirmed his status as the preeminent tagger in the game. Just a fortnight after claiming Steve Johnson’s scalp, Crowley restricted Kieren Jack to a mere 11 disposals in a masterful negating job.
B: Ben Stratton, Brian Lake, Brent Guerra
HB: Shaun Burgoyne, Josh Gibson, Grant Birchall
C: Isaac Smith, Sam Mitchell, Bradley Hill
HF: Luke Breust, Lance Franklin, Jack Gunston
F: Paul Puopolo, Jarryd Roughead, Cyril Rioli
Foll: David Hale, Brad Sewell, Luke Hodge
I/C: Liam Shiels, Max Bailey, Jordan Lewis, Jed Anderson
Emg: Shane Savage, Kyle Cheney, Matt Spangher
B: Le/e Spurr, Zac Dawson, Paul Duffield
HB: Michael Johnson, Luke McPharlin, Tendai Mzungu
C: David Mundy, Michael Barlow, Stephen Hill
HF: Matthew de Boer, Chris Mayne, Danyle Pearce
F: Hayden Ballantyne, Matthew Pavlich, Michael Walters
Foll: Aaron Sandilands, Nat Fyfe, Ryan Crowley
I/C: Cameron Sutcliffe, Zac Clarke, Nick Suban, Lachie Neale
Emg: Alex Silvagni, Jack Hannath, Tom Sheridan