2007 The year of the Dockers

Following on from their best season ever, the Fremantle Dockers look to have a great start to their 2007 campaign. The AFL today released the 2007 fixtures which see the Dockers first three games against teams they easily disposed of last year. Port Adelaide, who they beat twice, including a decisive victory at Aami Stadium, Essendon and last years premiers, West Coast, who they thrashed in the last derby of 2006.
Unlike last year, the Dockers do not have to travel to Tasmania. That dubious honour is given to West Coast who have to face up to Hawthorn at Aurora Stadium.
Fremantle will play 5 games in Victoria, the least of any Afl side, but will have to travel to Adelaide twice, Sydney, Brisbane and Darwin. Someone in AFL House must have listened to CEO Cameron Schwab’s call from last year, as the Dockers only have to twice deal with six day breaks between matches.

Got my membership in the mail the other day, can’t wait!!

3 thoughts on “2007 The year of the Dockers”

  1. Would rather drop a derby or two than lose a prelim final .. so close so far … poor shockers …

    We are the Eagles, West Coast Eagles …

    1992 – 1994 – 2006 – 2007!

  2. Last seasons premiers,
    notice how quietly all the fuss has died down?

    If Freo had won, the members would still be celebrating.

    Our time will come.

  3. there is a lot said to be humble in winning.

    hopefully freo will win a gf soon. we will still be celebrating after a month later – just remembering that not all will share the celebrations and we need to remember that..

    there is no need to rub it in anyones noses. that would be feral. what anti-ffc would be looking for

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