Nat Fyfe
Slated to play Sunday
MFremantle Dockers
April 8, 2021
Fyfe (concussion) hopes to return in the Round 4 match against Hawthorn on Sunday, according to senior coach Justin Longmuir.
Fyfe missed Round 3 with a concussion and the timing of the matches meant that he's had time to train since clearing the 12-day concussion protocol. He recorded 27 disposals in Round 1 and should be a reliable value all season if healthy.
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Out vs. Carlton
MFremantle Dockers
March 28, 2021
Fyfe (concussion) will miss the Dockers' upcoming matchup against Carlton, 7 AFL reports.
Fyfe will remain sideline until he's been fully cleared of all concussion symptoms. His next chance to return will come April 11 against Hawthorne.
Improves despite loss
MFremantle Dockers
September 2, 2020
Fyfe scored one behind while also logging 23 disposals (14 kicks, nine handballs) in addition to making five marks and winning nine clearances during Wednesday's 56-29 loss to Richmond.
Fyfe had a dismal performance in the loss to GWS but looked better during a tough match in this Round. With more options finally starting to appear around Fyfe, he and his teammates could be capable of some good results as the season comes to a close.
Another classy performance Monday
MFremantle Dockers
August 11, 2020
Fyfe had 28 disposals (seven kicks, 21 handballs), four tackles, three marks, one goal and one behind in Monday's 48-32 victory over Hawthorn.
Fyfe led the charge for the Dockers as they rolled to their second straight victory. The win lifts the Dockers above the Hawks on the table and gives them a slight chance of edging into the finals. While that remains unlikely, the team certainly has a lot to take out of these two victories and could at least cause trouble for a number of teams as the season draws to a close.
Lifts Dockers to victory
MFremantle Dockers
August 3, 2020
Fyfe tallied 24 disposals (11 kicks, 13 handballs), two marks, two tackles and one goal in Sunday's 61-49 victory over the Magpies.
Fyfe returned after missing the last three weeks due to a hamstring injury and had an instant impact. Languishing near the bottom of the table, not many would have given them a chance of beating the highly fancied Collingwood outfit. However, Fyfe had other ideas as he led his team to clearly their best victory of the season. Fyfe is certainly in the discussion for best player in the league and as long as he is healthy, he should continue to rack up sizeable numbers on a weekly basis.
Set to rejoin action
MFremantle Dockers
July 29, 2020
Fyfe (hamstring) will return to the field for Sunday's match against Collingwood.
Fyfe trained fully within his group on Tuesday and will be part of the team's main training Friday in advance of the contest. Barring a random setback, Fyfe should slot back into the midfield for a Dockers club that has struggled to get things going this season.