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Carlton lost to Fremantle by 28 points - Subiaco. Shane Gould's spoon was another oddity in this week.

Round 10, 2002

Carlton4.3277.5478.85610.868
Fremantle1.4108.65413.98714.1296
Venue: Subiaco
Date: Sunday June 2, 2002 Result: Lose by 28 points
Umpires: Head, McInerney, FussellCrowd: 27,277
Goalkickers: Carlton - B.Fevola 2, B.Ratten 2, L.Whitnall 2, J.Murphy 2, M.Lappin, J.Plunkett 1.
Fremantle - Longmuir 4, Croad 3, Medhurst 2, Farmer, Pavlich, Hasleby, Norrish, McManus
Reports: Injuries: C.McKernan (concussion).













Game Review

It was a bad week for Carlton. Wes Lofts resigned as Football Director, replaced by Stephen Kernahan. In a bizarre motivational speech, olympic champion Shane Gould gave each player a wooden spoon. The media and the football public had already pegged the Blues for receiving this award for the year 2002. A massive seven changes were made to the side, 6 of those for form reasons, allowing both Blake Campbell and Bret Thornton to make their debut.

The Blues started well but the the Dockers were able to control the game through their talls Troy Simmonds, Justin Longmuir, and Matthew Pavlich. McKernan was concussed very early in the game after a head clash with team mate Davies. Brett Ratten tried hard for the Blues and had 25 possessions. Justin Davies showed some encouraging signs with a three-bounce run after shrugging off a tackle at half-back and finishing with a goal to Fevola.

























Team


B: 32 Bret Thornton 4 Luke Livingston 39 Ang Christou
HB: 5 Andrew McKay (vc) 29 Simon Beaumont 34 Simon Wiggins
C: 45 Anthony Franchina 7 Brett Ratten (c) 16 Scott Camporeale
HF: 31 Simon Fletcher 8 Lance Whitnall 21 Craig Bradley
F: 12 Matthew Lappin 2 Corey McKernan 25 Brendan Fevola
Ruck: 37 Trent Hotton 40 Jim Plunkett 13 Justin Davies
Interchange: 10 Michael Mansfield 35 Blake Campbell 28 Ian Prendergast
18 Justin Murphy
Coach: Wayne Brittain
Emg: Sam Cranage Scott Freeborn Adam Pickering
In: Blake Campbell, Brendan Fevola, Anthony Franchina,
Ian Prendergast, Brett Ratten, Bret Thornton, Simon Wiggins
Out: Glenn Manton (calf), Sam Cranage, Ryan Houlihan,
Andrew Eccles, Scott Freeborn, David Gallagher, Adam Pickering


Milestones

Debut: Blake Campbell and Bret Thornton
100 Goals (AFL): Justin Murphy

Brownlow Votes

3: Troy Simmonds (FRE)
2: Jason Norrish (FRE)
1: Justin Longmuir (FRE)


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