Fremantle have marked captain Nat Fyfe’s 200th game with a dominant 62-point win over Hawthorn that keeps them in the finals mix.

It was Fremantle’s biggest win over Hawthorn, surpassing their 61-point victory at Subiaco Oval in 2002.

While Fyfe notched up his milestone, you’d think the commentators would get it right.

Teammate and Freo veteran David Mundy was explaining how desensitised the team can be to how good Fyfe actually is because they see it all the time, when Lisa chimed in.

“You know who else is desensitised? Gerard Healy,” she said of the former Aussie rules player and commentator.

Not only did he keep referring to Nat’s 200th game as his 300th but kept mixing up Sean Darcy and Josh Treacy by calling them ‘Sean Treacy’… and aged our Mundy by two years.

“Yeah, that’s not great,” Mundy said, “We’ve had a bit of history of that with Victorian commentators.”

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And yes, he was talking about Eddie McGuire.

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