Bunbury product Neville Jetta was typically courageous in Melbourne’s hugely important victory over Greater Western Sydney on Sunday night. The crafty back pocket player was quiet for most of the night, but produced big moments, including a stunning ground-ball get opposed to Giants hard nut Brent Daniels. He took contact, collected the footy and fed a handball off to the running Christian Salem. While Jetta finished with just nine disposals, he kept Giants small forward and fellow West Australian Bobby Hill to seven touches and no scoreboard impact. The win takes Melbourne to 3-0 through the three rounds for the first time since 2005. Jetta has only once played a finals series with the Demons. In the other Sunday game, Ethan Hughes was a part of an undermanned and under siege Fremantle defence, which failed to contain Carlton key forward Harry McKay. Hughes managed 16 touches but used the ball at a meagre 56 per cent efficiency and laid just two tackles. Fremantle’s back line was under immense pressure all day, with the midfield losing the clearances 43 to 29 and regularly turning the ball over to Liam Jones at half-forward. The defenders copped a constant barrage of clean entries. Fremantle’s other South West products were forced to watch, with Tobe Watson a travelling emergency and Connor Blakely dropped to WAFL affiliate club Peel Thunder. An injury to dashing half-back Hayden Young could open the door for Watson to return in Sunday’s Round 4 clash with Hawthorn. McKay finished with seven goals as Fremantle lost 16.13 (109) to 9.10 (64).