Fremantle captain Nat Fyfe was subbed out after he was heavily concussed throughout the Dockers’ convincing 31-point win over Greater Western Sydney in Perth.

In other round-three outcomes on Sunday, the Western Bulldogs racked up an exhilarating seven-point sway West Coastline, and also Richmond remained unbeaten with a 29-point victory over Hawthorn.

The Dockers’ 11.21 (87) to 7.14 (56) win came at a substantial expense, with Fyfe left dazed and perplexed after copping a high bump from the Giants’ Sam Reid late in the third quarter.

Fyfe enjoyed the round after his teammate went down a mark when Reid can be found in to collect him.

The two-time Brownlow medallist, who had tallied 1.2 from 15 disposals, was aided off the area by instructors before being subbed out of the suit.

The event makes sure to be taken a look at by match review policeman Michael Christian offered the serious and high effect of the bump when not in possession of the sphere.

Dockers defender Brennan Cox also suffered an injury scare following a heavy collision with colleague Reece Conca, but he could return.

David Mundy wound back the clock with an ideal afield display screen for the Dockers.

Mundy, in his 334th AFL suit, published 35 disposals, six clearances, as well as 15 score participations.

Fellow midfielder Andrew Brayshaw (32 disposals, two goals) was additionally crucial in the home side’s success.

Sunday’s outcome saw the Giants depression to a 0-2 document, and on the current type, they appear destined momentarily straight season without finals activity.

The Giants posted a careless 1.9 (15) in the very first fifty per cent, with their sloppy implementation in front of objective costing them a lot.

They were likewise error-riddled all across the park, and they will certainly need to improve significantly if they are to defeat in-form Melbourne next Sunday.