Fremantle look to reset after dirty western derby loss

By Justin Chadwick
Updated April 21 2024 - 3:40am, first published 3:32am
Fremantle are hopeful Hayden Young will be fit for Saturday's clash with the Western Bulldogs. (David Woodley/AAP PHOTOS)
Fremantle are hopeful Hayden Young will be fit for Saturday's clash with the Western Bulldogs. (David Woodley/AAP PHOTOS)

Fremantle coach Justin Longmuir is adamant there were no excuses for his team's western derby flop, saying his players simply got smoked in the contest.

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