Fremantle skipper Matthew Pavlich is still numb following the club's straight-sets finals exit but remains optimistic the team can win a maiden premiership before his time in the AFL is up.
Splashing the cash failed to fix Fremantle's forward-line conundrum, but a bargain buy appears to have done the trick.
Fremantle coach Ross Lyon says skipper Matthew Pavlich will have to complete training on Thursday in order to play in Saturday's crunch clash with Port Adelaide at Patersons Stadium.
Fremantle captain Matthew Pavlich has compared the 2011 sacking of coach Mark Harvey to Julia Gillard's overthrow of Kevin Rudd as Prime Minister, saying it was brutal but no different to what...
Samantha Lane After sustaining two head knocks in a fortnight, Matthew Pavlich will have the concussion he suffered against Carlton closely monitored before a ruling is made on whether he’s fit to face...
Dockers grab last-gasp victory
Brad Elborough Fremantle coach Ross Lyon says there is no reason why Matthew Pavlich should not take his place in the Dockers line up to tackle Geelong
David Prestipino Matthew Pavlich will suit up for his 16th AFL season with Fremantle in 2015 after signing a one-year contract extension.
Brad Elborough Not many sports fans would look at playing football as a job – but Matthew Pavlich said enjoying his workplace was vital to him signing on to play again in 2015.
Alana Schetzer Fremantle’s assumption that St Kilda would be easy to beat on Saturday was reason for Dockers' shock thrashing, skipper says.
Brad Elborough When you consider the number of players who have played AFL/VFL football since its inception in 1897, it puts into perspective how big an achievement reaching the 300-game milestone is.
Simon White There’s a certain irony to the fact Fremantle captain Matthew Pavlich will play at home when he becomes the first WA-based player to reach 300 games against Geelong on Saturday night.
For Fremantle skipper Matthew Pavlich, there's only one thing that truly matters on Saturday night - banking the four points.
Daniel Cherny Matthew Pavlich's first AFL coach believes that Fremantle was undoubtedly the Dockers' captain's last preference for a first senior home, but has nothing but admiration for the loyal footballer and...
Brad Elborough, Perth Fremantle gave its captain a 300th game to remember, with a 32-point win over Geelong.
Jon Pierik While Fremantle understands Friday night's grand final rematch cannot atone for last September's disappointment, the Dockers know there is a chance for redemption of another kind.
Simon White There is no shortage of numbers by which you might measure Matthew Pavlich as he prepares to this weekend equal Glen Jakovich's record for the most games by a WA-based AFL player.
Jesse Hogan For impact, Brent Harvey should walk free after the Match Review Panel assesses his bump that cut Geelong's Joel Selwood above the eyebrow. For consequence, however, he is likely to walk the plank.
Ronny Lerner They met just two weeks ago at the same venue and Fremantle secured a top four spot at Port Adelaide's expense with a narrow win over the Power.
Andrew Wu We look at who Sydney would rather play next week?