Ryan Daniels is still scratching his head over a highly-unusual penalty during Saturday night’s western derby where a scuffle led West Coast’s Jack Redden straight to the goal line.

“Have you ever seen a 150-metre penalty before?” Clairsy asked Rhino on Monday.

“I don’t think I’ve ever seen that before,” he replied, adding: “and I still can’t quite work out what it was for.”

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Fremantle have secured an AFL home final after posting a 24-point win over West Coast in a spicy western derby.

All-in melees and individual tit-for-tats were common throughout the rain-soaked match at Optus Stadium, but Fremantle booted 4.11 to 2.3 after halftime to secure the 9.17 (71) to 7.5 (47) win in front of 53,816 fans.

The result means Fremantle can’t finish lower than sixth, and they can still secure a prized top-four berth if they beat GWS next week and other results fall their way.

Dockers ruckman Sean Darcy won the Glendinning-Allan medal as best afield for his 16-disposal, 57 hit-out effort.

Blake Acres (29 disposals, one goal), Will Brodie (28 possessions, seven clearances), and David Mundy (25 disposals, eight clearances) dominated in the midfield courtesy of Darcy’s dominance.

The match was a willing contest befitting a derby with a huge melee breaking out in the opening quarter in what will no doubt result in a flurry of fines.

Caleb Serong was target No.1 early on, with Jack Redden doing his best to ruffle the feathers of the Fremantle star.

“They played the game the right way. It’s a derby,” Eagles coach Adam Simpson had said.

“I thought they took it to a level that made Freo earn it. I wish we could play like that every week.”

An early downpour ensured the first half was played in slippery conditions and the Dockers led by four points at the long break.

Fremantle dominated the third term but their return of 2.8 meant the 17-point margin was still within reach for West Coast.

However, with Darcy dominating the ruck, the Eagles couldn’t work their way back into the match despite fighting right until the end.