February 23, 2013 @ 2:39 PM

Fremantle has been overrun by a fast-finishing Adelaide in the last quarter of today’s trial match at AAMI Stadium after leading for most of the game.

The Crows fielded five more players than Fremantle and it proved decisive in a 13.11 (89) to 13.6 (84) win in a match played in 34-degree heat.

Star midfielder Stephen Hill copped an arm injury and Michael Walters hurt an ankle, but neither was serious, coach Ross Lyon said.

"(Walters) just had a niggle in an ankle and then he got a cork on his calf so we just tapped him out, the same as Hill," Lyon said.

"Hill had a bit of a numb arm for a minute and was just a bit vulnerable, he's pretty important to us so we tapped him out.

"He had a bit of a ...

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February 16, 2013 @ 9:42 PM

Game 1 - Femantle v Geelong

FREMANTLE is confident ruckman Aaron Sandilands and forward Chris Mayne have escaped serious injury after the crucial pair were sidelined in the club's 18-point NAB Cup win over Geelong on Saturday.

Both will be assessed this week, with Sandilands suffering glute tightness and Mayne catching his right ankle under the leg of Cats' opponent Joel Hamling when tackled across the boundary line in the second half at Patersons Stadium.

Mayne, who was reappointed to the club's leadership group during the week, spent some time lying on the ground in agony before being helped off the field aided by trainers.

The 24-year-old was walking in the changerooms after the incident and Lyon was positive the ...

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