AS it happened between the Power and Fremantle in the Round 13 clash in Perth.

First quarter
The Power got off to a slow start with the Dockers all over the visitors early with double the possessions half way through the first quarter.

Zac Smith slotted thte first goal for the Dockers but a brilliant pass from Amon to Wingard gave the Power their first goal of the game.

Jarman Impey used his pace to break away on the counter-attack and snap a nice goal home before Charlied Dixon slotted the Power's third goal of the quarter to give the visitors an 11-point lead.

Robbie Gray missed a gold opportunity just before quarter time - hitting the post from 15m out.

Second quarter
It was all Freo in the second quarter, with the visitors unable to get the ball inside 50 until the 10 minute mark.

The Dockers dominated the ball with 100-75 disposals and 16-9 inside 50s.

Fremantle kicked three unanswered goals before Wingard kicked a steadier for the Power to keep the margin managable at half time.

Third quarter
The Power came out in the third term with an improved intensity, with leaders Travis Boak and Brad Ebert influential early.

Goals to Westhoff and Ebert put the Power back into the lead but an error under pressure from Krakouer deep in defence gifted a goal to Matthew Pavlich.

The Power's work around clearances and contested possessions improved dramatically in the third quarter, and that resulted in a big advantage in inside 50s for the quarter.

Pavlich and Taberner goaled for the Dockers before a run of three goals in three minutes for the Power through Westhoff, Impey and Wingard.

Michael Barlow turned back the clock for the hosts, kicked two good goals late in the quarter.

Wines (from 10m) and Young (from 20m) missed golden opportunities late in the third quarter - giving the hosts a 10-point lead at the final break.

Fourth quarter
After a free-flowing and high-scoring third quarter, the fourth quarter started as a scrap, with both teams unable to convert on the scoreboard.

The Dockers broke the deadlock after 12 minutes with a goal to skipper Matthew Pavlich.

That proved to be the only goal in the final quarter for either side. Despite having an edge in final quarter inside 50s, the visitors were unable to hit the scoreboard, with just three behinds.

Port Adelaide   3.3   4.6   9.11   9.15  (69)
Fremantle       2.3   5.8   11.9   12.14 (86)
Best: Ebert, Byrne-Jones, Wingard, Pittard, R Gray
Goals: Wingard 3, Impey, Westhoff 2, Dixon, Ebert
Injuries: Howard (TBC)
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