Hayden Young has described the Fremantle Dockers final quarter performance against Geelong, which lead to claiming their biggest scalp of the AFL season, downing the Cats by 29 points.

“It felt like early on we were on and it was only a matter of time before we broke through,” the Docker told Clairsy & Lisa on Wednesday.

“In that last quarter we were able to hit the scoreboard and really get on top.”

Dominant ruckman Sean Darcy and onballers Caleb Serong and Andrew Brayshaw starred as the Dockers opened up the game and held off the reigning premiers to prevail 16.10 (106) to 11.11 (77) at Optus Stadium.

The hosts led by 10 points at three-quarter time before late majors to James Aish and Jye Amiss (three goals) finally put the see-sawing contest to bed.

Bailey Banfield celebrates after scoring a goal

Saturday’s clash resembled an arm wrestle in the early going but the hosts piled on four straight goals in the second term, moving the ball at speed and breaking through the well-organised Geelong defence.

Darcy (43 hitouts, one goal) provided silver service to midfield leaders Brayshaw (33 disposals, one goal) and Serong (28 disposals, one goal), who also combined for 19 tackles.

Jye Amiss of the Dockers looks on with Luke Jackson and Bailey Banfield after winning the round.

Michael Walters booted three majors in a fitting celebration of Indigenous round, while fleet-footed youngster Michael Frederick provided the Dockers with drive off the wing and slotted two goals of his own.

Michael Walters after scoring a goal during Round 10.

Fremantle’s third straight win lifts them to ninth on the ladder ahead of another huge clash with Melbourne at the MCG next Saturday.

Also… in case you missed it, Hayden also filled us in on his magnificent side hustle with Luke Jackson…