Fremantle Dockers player ratings from wet weather loss to Collingwood Magpies at Optus Stadium

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Mark DuffieldThe West Australian
Andrew Brayshaw was part of a Dockers midfield that got beaten around the ball.
Camera IconAndrew Brayshaw was part of a Dockers midfield that got beaten around the ball. Credit: Daniel Carson/AFL Photos/AFL Photos via Getty Images

Will Brodie 7: Super start to the game with six first quarter clearances but was out-numbered as the game went on. Kicked a big third term goal to try and start something.

David Mundy 7: Part of a midfield that was badly beaten but at least was cleaner and surer than most teammates in the conditions and kicked a very good last term goal.

Sean Darcy 7: Strong performer in the ruck and around stoppages with 10 clearances but lacked support.

Jordan Clark 7: One of the few who tried to supply rebound. Struggles a bit when required to defend.

Hayden Young 7: Shaky early but found his feet and got better as the game went on. Very strong in the third term.

Luke Ryan 6: Part of a backline under siege but was surer than most of his teammates. Just unable to mount any counter attack.

Andrew Brayshaw 6: Tried hard all game but no escaping the fact that the Dockers got walloped around the contest and the bigger Collingwood bodies took a toll.

PERTH, AUSTRALIA - MAY 22: Griffin Logue of the Dockers tries to gather the ball during the 2022 AFL Round 10 match between the Fremantle Dockers and the Collingwood Magpies at Optus Stadium on May 22, 2022 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Daniel Carson/AFL Photos via Getty Images)
Camera IconGriffin Logue was forced to deal with plenty of Collingwood supply during Fremantle’s loss. Credit: Daniel Carson/AFL Photos/AFL Photos via Getty Images

Caleb Serong 5: A bit like Brayshaw – Tried hard and cracked in but got out-muscled by the big Pies mids and was part of an engine room well beaten.

Heath Chapman 5: Very shaky early and took short options when long ones would have been safer. Got better.

Blake Acres 5: Running power has been diluted by the wet weather in the past fortnight and he has been unsure of himself.

James Aish 5: Unsure on his feet a few times and one of several Dockers who wanted to finesse too much in the conditions.

Michael Walters 5: Kicked a big goal early in the final term but found opportunities hard to come by.

Griffin Logue 5: Had his work cut out at the back but not the worst in a Dockers backline that is nowhere near as sure of itself in the wet.

Brennan Cox 4: Needs to get his head in the game adapt to conditions. One first term square up kick in the wet was reckless and coughed up a goal.

PERTH, AUSTRALIA - MAY 22: Luke Ryan of the Dockers leads in the chase for the ball in front of Steele Sidebottom of the Magpies during the 2022 AFL Round 10 match between the Fremantle Dockers and the Collingwood Magpies at Optus Stadium on May 22, 2022 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Daniel Carson/AFL Photos via Getty Images)
Camera IconLuke Ryan battled hard in Fremantle’s loss to Collingwood. Credit: Daniel Carson/AFL Photos/AFL Photos via Getty Images

Alex Pearce 4: Gets a bit unsteady on his feet when the footing is not firm and got out manoeuvred by Brody Mihocek a couple of times for crucial goals.

Lachie Schultz 4: Is developing an unhealthy habit of going to ground too easily. Hard to win a loose ball and do anything with it from there.

Sam Switkowski 4: As clever as he is he needs loose balls to swoop on and the Pies and the conditions just didn’t give him any.

Bailey Banfield 3: Never lacks endeavour but doesn’t have the polish and finish to take a half chance. Part of a powerless attack.

Travis Colyer 3: Had one first half chance that should have been a score and fumbled repeatedly to lose the footy. Not a great day.

Michael Frederick 3: The wet didn’t offer him many chances to use his speed and without that there is a lot he needs to improve.

Rory Lobb 3: After an early goal this was the old Rory – Too many times when he didn’t compete and wanted to blame teammates further downfield for it.

Matt Taberner 2: Got thrashed by Darcy Moore. Had a poor first term turnover and then a mind boggling kick into the man on the mark in the third term.

Neil Erasmus: Unused as the medi sub

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