Pavlich is king of the fans

South Western Times

Football fans flocked to Bunbury Honda last week to meet Fremantle Dockers legend Matthew Pavlich.

West Coast Eagles, Hawthorn and Gold Coast Suns fans were all sighted at the event, alongside Fremantle faithful, to get a photo and signature with the 353-game player.

Bunbury Honda dealer principal Scott Jones said it was great to have so many people visit the dealership to see Pavlich and enjoy the free activities.

Pictures from the event:

Bunbury Honda dealer principal Scott Jones drives the train.
Camera IconBunbury Honda dealer principal Scott Jones drives the train. Credit: South Western Times
Claire Widmer, of Australind, and her mother Karen Widmer, of Bunbury.
Camera IconClaire Widmer, of Australind, and her mother Karen Widmer, of Bunbury. Credit: South Western Times
Katherine Jones, of Bunbury, and her son Milan, 5.
Camera IconKatherine Jones, of Bunbury, and her son Milan, 5. Credit: South Western Times
Vicki Chambers, of Bunbury, her grandson Lincoln Clancy, Carby Morton and Armi Bunce, all 9.
Camera IconVicki Chambers, of Bunbury, her grandson Lincoln Clancy, Carby Morton and Armi Bunce, all 9. Credit: South Western Times
Samuel Hill, 11, Eli Hill Jnr and Ryan Bennell, both 17, all of Bunbury.
Camera IconSamuel Hill, 11, Eli Hill Jnr and Ryan Bennell, both 17, all of Bunbury. Credit: South Western Times
Thea Gare, 2, and Madison Wolfenden, 7, both of Bunbury.
Camera IconThea Gare, 2, and Madison Wolfenden, 7, both of Bunbury. Credit: South Western Times
Diego Abraham, 12, Eli Hill and Kayden Hill, all of Bunbury.
Camera IconDiego Abraham, 12, Eli Hill and Kayden Hill, all of Bunbury. Credit: South Western Times

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