Fremantle's youth brigade was crucial to its win over Hawthorn on Monday night.
But arguably, Seymour's David Mundy added a steadying influence throughout the 16-point win.
Mundy joined up-and-coming teammates Andrew Brayshaw, Adam Cerra and Caleb Serong in the Dockers’ best, the veteran picking up 24 disposals, five clearances and four tackles in the round 11 match. It was Fremantle's fourth win of the year.
West Coast pushed into the top four with a 22-point victory over Carlton on Sunday.
Seymour product Tom Cole was handy with 13 disposals, five marks and three tackles in the win.
Elsewhere, Josh Schache looks likely to miss more game time due to groin issues.
The key forward at the Western Bulldogs suffered a concussion in a practice match late last month but had returned to training before the latest setback.
He is expected to miss two to three weeks.