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SUCCESSFUL TEAM WORK. East Fremantle's 29-point Margin. Combining better as a side and with its work in the forward area contrast ing sharply with that of its opponent, BEast Fremantle, after an indifferent start, finished strongly to defeat South Fre mantle at Fremantle Oval on Saturday. South Fremantle commandeered much of the play but lacked the anticipation and dash of East Fremantle; its shooting for goal was also sadly astray, some of the missed opportunities bordering on the ridiculous. The teams were: EAST FREIMANTLE.-Backs: N. Doti, Stingemore, Skeahan. Half-backs: BriLes, Wendt, Kingsbury. Centres: J. Clark, ,. Doit, Seu bert. Half-forwards: McGlinn, Daniell, C. Wes tern. Forwards: Mann. G. Doig, W. James. Ruck: Martiensen, Donegan, Truscott (rover). Nineteenth man: Butcher (replaced N. Doig, injured foot, third quarter). SOUTH FREMA.NTLE.-Backs: Noble, White, Prosser. Half-backs: F. Brown, D. Doig, Dodd. Centres: Lewington, Strang, Bradford. Half. forwards: W. Smith, Jenkins, W. HIayward. For wards: Richardson, Poole, K. Miller. Buck: Reilly, HuEall. E. Hayward (rover). Nine teenth man: Orr (did not play). UMPIRE.-G. Owens. A free-kick to Hugall and South Fre mantle was instantly on the offensive. East Fremantle's defence was hard pressed until Smith passed to Richard son and the first goal was kicked. Work ing along Seubert's wing East Fremantle went into attack and G. Doig goaled from an acute angle. Weight was liberally used and the non-stop tactics provided plenty of incident. South Fremantle's ruck men were invariably securing the knock-out but East Fremantle's alertness enabled it to get the ball frequently. Hugall and N. Doig were conspicuous for their efforts in defence but experienced difficulty in coping with the brilliance of Daniell at half-forward. South Fremantle's lead of 5.5 to 5.3 at quarter time was justified. Both sides resorted to long kicking and rapid transferences kept play open and fast. South Fremantle's forwards were not availing themselves of many opportuni ties offering and behinds were scored with heartbreaking regularity. Seubert was rendering fine service on his wing, while Kingsbury at half-back was doing all re quired of him. After receiving attention for a jarred wrist, G. Doig was given a rousing reception when he snapped his 100th goaL Strang was controlling the centre and combining cleverly with Jen kins. As the quarter drew on East Fre mantle improved and, its players being permitted undue latitude by their marks men, overran South Fremantle to lead with 10.5 to 7.10 at the bell. Clever combination between C. and G. Doig culminated in a quick goal. South Fremantle, which had not made full use of Smith;- now made its thrusts through him, but behinds were frequent. South Fremantle was continually on the offen sive and, with Jenkins playing a great game in a roving capacity, went ahead with a goal from him. Play was fast and vigorous and applause greeted a spectacular individual effort by Martien sen when he ran the gauntlet of six eager opponents to raise his side's twelfth goal. Attacking just before the bell, East Fremantle added a goal when G. Doig got to the ball as it rolled goalwards along the ground. That left the scores 14.6 to 11.17, with South Fremantle in arrears. Wendt and Clark (marking well) turned repeated South Fremantle attacks but Jenkins scored a goal with a running shot. Maintaining the pressure South Fre mantle had its opponent's defence on its mettle. McGlinn and Truscott were con tinuing their serviceable work of the early quarters and were the best of East Fremantle's smaller men. Poole cleverly obtained possession of the ball but made his disgust obvious when he missed the easiest of chances; Truscott, on, the other hand, gcaled with a wood kick and a minute later added another. C Doag had now struck top form at the centre and, with Martiensen and McGlinn dom inating the ruck, East Fremantle drew ahead. South Fremantle was too slow in sensing leads the while East Fremantle fell into a bewildering systematic game. Goals came in quick succession: South Fremantle was a floundering, beaten side and was saved by the bell from a more severe defeat. Final scores: EAST FREMEANTLE 20.13 (133pts.). STH. FREMANTLE 14.20 (104pts.). Scorers:--East Fremantle: G. Doig, 9.5; Truscott, 4.3; McGlinn, 2.1; Butcher, 1.1; Martiensen, 1.1; W. James, 1.1; C. West ern. 1.1. South Fremantle: Jenkins, 5.2;

Poole, 4.8; E. Hayward, 2.1; Richardson, 2.0; Bradford, 1.3; Strang, 0.3; Smith, 0.2; W. Hayward, 0.1. East Fremantle's best player was Dan iell: he played- brilliantly throughout the game, marked with certainty and un failingly disposed of the ball to advan tage. His play at half-forward was directly responsible for several goals. Seubert produced one of his best games of the season on a wing. Martiensen played strongly in the rudk, while Kings bury and Clark were reliable in defence. McGlinn. Truscott, the Doigs and Wendt also deserved praise. Given a roving commission, Jenkins was responsible for many of South Fre mantle's offensives. He revealed fine dash and was determined. While totally un selfish, he showed fine discrimination in obtaining four of his side's goals. Strang was a big factor to be reckoned with at the centre. while Smith, who was too often ignored, made full use of oppor tunities. Reilly, Hugall and Prosser worked hard in defence, while Richardson and the Haywards did best of the others.