GREATER Western Sydney coach Leon Cameron is confident star forward Toby Greene has nothing to worry about despite being involved in another on-field incident on Saturday.
The controversial Giant swung his right elbow behind him during the last quarter and collected Reece Conca in his midriff, with the Docker collapsing to the Optus Stadium surface clutching his stomach.
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Conca went to the bench briefly, but returned to play the match out.
"I spoke to Toby and he said he just brushed him aside. Clearly, he went down, but all the talk in our locker room was he'll be fine," Cameron said after the 38-point win.
"Because it's Toby, it'll be a headline, but we're used to that – we're not worried.
"The pleasing thing is everyone contributed, Toby contributed, and that incident's probably not going to worry him at all."
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Second-gamer Jake Riccardi and out-of-sorts forward Jeremy Cameron both kicked four goals, benefiting from GWS's vastly improved ball movement, which best-on-ground defender Lachie Whitfield headlined.
The Giants provisionally overtook the Western Bulldogs to climb back inside the top eight, with four rounds to go, but Cameron's focus is on next-up opponent Carlton.
"We've been so inconsistent … (and) you can see it's jammed up and we need to win every game, " he said.
"We understand we've put ourselves in this position with some inconsistent footy. Today was probably one of our better performances, but in five days' time, we play Carlton and we've got this cluster of games in the next two weeks.
"My take on it is if you're good enough, you get there (and) if you're not, you're not, but we need to focus in on the Blues, because all our good work will go undone if we don't turn up next Thursday night."
Cameron said Josh Kelly (concussion), who didn't play in the second half after Shane Mumford's knee accidentally hit him in the head, was doubtful to face the Blues.
It wasn't as positive a night for Justin Longmuir's Fremantle, which slumped to its eighth loss in 13 games, which probably snuffed out any flickering finals hopes.
"(The Giants') season was on the line and they were desperate to get four points and their strength is the contest," Longmuir said.
"Their ball movement is a strength (as well), but their No.1 strength is contest and clearance and it was a step up for us today and we didn't handle it.
"We've got a few lessons to learn, and we need to learn them pretty quick."
Saturday's match was the Dockers' first of four in 14 days, including upcoming clashes with Richmond, Melbourne and North Melbourne.
However, Longmuir doesn't have a resting policy in mind, other than for exceptions such as veteran Stephen Hill, with a plan to "build some resilience" within the playing group.
"We'll look to give our players, if they're up to it, as much game time and as many games over this period as they can," he said.
"I think it's a good thing for (Andrew) Brayshaw and (Adam) Cerra to have to back up and learn to tolerate playing with a bit of soreness. It won't hurt them in the long run.
"I'm not going to just rest players for the sake of resting player. They'll have to be sore and have something wrong with them to get that luxury."
Star defender Luke Ryan is one player in doubt to take on the Tigers after bruising his hip and finishing the game on the bench.