The Fremantle Dockers have chalked up yet another win after defeating Hawthorn at Optus Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Broome’s Bailey Banfield took to the field again this round with several teammates out with injuries and again proved himself to be a valuable asset to the Fremantle Dockers line up. Banfield continued his goal streak, slotting one goal in the first quarter and another in the third putting him in tie with Schultz, Walters, Colyer, Moore, Wingard and Breust for top goalscorer of the match. The Hawks had a small lead in the first half but the Dockers caught up in the second half, eventually winning by 13 points, 14.11 (95) to 12.10 (82). Carlton upset Essendon on their 150th birthday defeating them at the MCG on Friday night. Within the first minute, Broome’s Jack Martin had scored the opening goal of the match for the Blues and continued to make strides making a total of eight disposals by the time the final siren blew. It seems there was no birthday luck for the Bombers with the Blues blowing out their candles and defeating them by 26 points, 12.8 (80) to 7.12 (54). Unfortunately there was no sign of Derby’s Callum Ah Chee for the Brisbane Lions in their clash against St Kilda, with Hugh McCluggage returning to the field replacing Ah Chee in the line up.