Sean Darcy
Strong finish as Dockers bow out
RFremantle Dockers
September 21, 2020
Darcy ended with 15 disposals (four kicks, 11 handballs), two marks, one tackle, one goal and one behind in Sunday's 74-44 loss to the Western Bulldogs.
Darcy capped off a strong season with another impressive display in the ruck. He ends the season as the seventh ranked player in terms of total hitouts and hitouts per game. Having established himself as the primary center man for the Dockers, Darcy will look to build on his production next season and certainly looks to be a long-term option in the middle.
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Racks up 36 hit outs Monday
RFremantle Dockers
July 27, 2020
Darcy had 11 disposals (one kick, 10 handballs) and five tackles in Monday's 48-16 loss to Geelong.
The Dockers were savagely beaten Monday, although Darcy was still able to hold his head high after the loss. The ruckman collected a season-high 36 disposals with the wet weather certainly resulting in the ball being locked in more often than not. In terms of production, numbers like this are not typically associated with Darcy and he is not a player to rely on from week-to-week.
Listed in starting group
RFremantle Dockers
July 16, 2020
Darcy (concussion) is listed as a starter for Sunday's match versus West Coast.
Darcy was forced off the field early last week due to a high hit from St. Kilda's Ben Long but appears to have avoided major damage and will avoid missing time as well. He's slotted in at his usual ruck spot for the Dockers.
Knocked out by high hit
RFremantle Dockers
July 11, 2020
Darcy had to leave Saturday's 79-73 win over Saint Kilda after suffering a concussion thanks to a high hit from Ben Long.
Darcy was the victim of a dangerous high hit that immediately left him down on the turf. It was an unfortunate outcome for him, as he was on track for his best performance of the season with a goal and seven disposals before he was knocked down. Further scans will reveal the extent of Darcy's status, and it will take time before determining whether or not he can play in Round Seven.
Available for Round 5
RFremantle Dockers
June 30, 2020
Darcy (knee) made it through last week's scratch match without issue and will be available for Sunday's match versus Adelaide.
While the selection committee didn't want to risk it with Darcy last week, the ruckman had no issue in his scratch match and is scheduled to train with the team this week. His return would thus move Rory Lobb back off of the Dockers' ruck spot.
Named as emergency
RFremantle Dockers
June 25, 2020
Darcy (knee) is labeled an emergency for Saturday's clash with the Suns,
Darcy's absence from the 22 indicates that he's likely headed for another week off as he continues to work his way back from a knee issue that prevented him from playing in Round 3 as well. Without him available, Rory Lobb is set to lead in the ruck for the Dockers.