FREMANTLE rising star Connor Blakey has dislocated his shoulder twice in the first half of his side's clash against Greater Western Sydney.

Blakely, 21, landed heavily on his left shoulder midway through the opening term at Spotless Stadium, after a contesting a mark in the Dockers defensive goal square.

Former teammate Matt De Boer capitalised while Blakely was on the ground, swooping on the ball and kicking a goal.

Blakely went straight to the bench and was in the hands of medical staff before he was taken down to the rooms.

He emerged from the change rooms with his shoudler strapped and returned to the field late in the opening quarter.

However, 14 minutes into the second term, he was in the wars again, grabbing the joint after a marking contest in the back line.

Once again, he made a beeline for the bench, and was taken into the rooms. 

The youngster has been impressive for Fremantle this season, averaging over 22 touches per game, and has a point to prove after serving a club-imposed suspension in round 15 for a surfing trip.