Adelaide is close by an AFL Women’s grand concluding berth after Ignoring a scoreless first quarter to overwhelm the winless Fremantle Dockers in the final match of round four. showing their trademark persistence, the Crows recuperated from a lazy beginning to beat the Dockers 6.10 (46) to 3.5 (23) at Fremantle Oval. It makes sure the league leaders stay ahead of Brisbane on percentage with three games to fix, however the Dockers’ have just one draw to their name to continue second last on the ladder. The Crows scored just one goal in the first half to trail by six points at the long interval however blew dawn of the game open with three undeviating goals in the third quarter before sailing to an all-important triumph. Fremantle was brave but roll out of puff and it was powerless to score goals in the second and third quarters when the match was easy for taking. Starting with the assist of a powerful wind, the Dockers controlled the first quarter, focused by a 21-4 advantage in tackles. The ball was more or less entirely played in the Dockers’ forward half with the home team’s endeavor being rewarded with precocious.