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Geelong’s season on life support after injuries to Mark Blicavs and Tom Hawkins compound shock loss to Fremantle
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Geelong’s season on life support after injuries to Mark Blicavs and Tom Hawkins compound shock loss to Fremantle

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Geelong’s hopes of making the finals have taken a massive hit after a shock loss to Fremantle on Saturday.

The Cats were heavily favoured heading into the contest at their home fortress but were outplayed by the desperate Dockers, who kicked the final two goals of the match to seal the seven-point win.

It leaves the reigning premiers outside the top eight with just four matches remaining.

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The Cats face top-two sides Port Adelaide and Collingwood in the next fortnight, needing to win both to keep their season alive.

Compounding the loss, influential utility Mark Blicavs suffered a hamstring injury in the first half and star forward Tom Hawkins limped off in the final term.

Mark Blicavs suffered a hamstring injury in the shock loss. Credit: Getty Images

The two-time best and fairest winner – one of only five Cats to have played all 19 games so far in 2023 – left the arena clutching his left hamstring midway through the second term on Saturday and was immediately replaced by substitute Mark O’Connor.

It was a bitter pill to swallow for Chris Scott on the day he overtook the legendary Reg Hickey as the longest-serving coach in Geelong’s history with his 305th game in charge.

The win keeps the Dockers’ slim finals hopes alive, although they will need a miracle to make it.

Captain Alex Pearce was best afield with a monumental performance, keeping Hawkins quiet before beating Jeremy Cameron in a series of crucial one-on-ones.

Geelong looked likely to hang on for the win when Isaac Smith goaled late in the final quarter to put the home side up by seven points.

But spectacular snapped goals from Michael Frederick and and Lachie Schultz put the visitors back in front and they held on to claim a deserved 10.11 (71) to 9.10 (64) triumph.

It was the second time in as many years that Fremantle had triumphed away to Geelong by a single-figure margin, following their unlikely three-point win at the same venue in round seven, 2022.

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The Cats started the better in perfect conditions, kicking the only two goals of the first term through Tyson Stengle and Max Homes to lead by 12 points at the first change.

Former Sun Josh Corbett then became the unlikely prime forward target for Fremantle, slotting his first two goals of the season in the second quarter and missing a golden chance to add a third.

The Dockers held a slender one-point lead at halftime and extended that margin to three at the final change, due in part to an uncharacteristic bout of inaccuracy from Jeremy Cameron.

The Geelong spearhead had a wasteful 1.5 to his name through the opening three terms, including a miss after the three-quarter time siren.

Cameron then failed to even make the distance with another shot in the final term, shortly before Schultz iced the game at the other end for Fremantle.

– With AAP

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