GIANT St Kilda forward Stewart Loewe moved out from the even burlier shadow of champion goal-kicker Tony Lockett to boot nine goals in the Saints' victory over Fremantle on Friday. With Lockett transferred to Sydney, Loewe took full advantage of his move from half-forward to the goalmouth, kicking four goals in six minutes of a pivotal third quarter. The Saints now move into the next round of the Australian Football League pre-season competition, the Ansett Cup. Captained by former Hawthorn ruck-rover Ben Allen and coached by Western Australian Football League Premiership expert Gerald Neesham, the Dockers were outclassed 19.7 (121) to 13.8 (86). More than 10,000 fans watched the match at East Fremantle Oval. Carlton showed they would again be an AFL force with a 42-point win over Richmond on Saturday night. Carlton won the Ansett Cup clash 20.9 (129) to 13.9 (87). North Melbourne also advanced by beating the Brisbane Bears, 17.18 (120) to 8.12 (60). Meanwhile, ailing football legend Ted Whitten is to be finally awarded interstate football's highest playing award, a Tassie Medal. The AFL has decided to award the medal to players who were edged out on countback. Whitten, who is battling cancer, was narrowly defeated for the medal in 1958 by Victorian teammate Allen Aylett.