Loading...
 
Round 10, 1994         The Blues defeated Footscray by 12 points at Optus Oval. Stephen Kernahan kicked 7 goals.

Round 10, 1994

Carlton 5.5 35 6.7 43 10.11 71 16.13 109
Footscray 4.2 26 6.11 47 8.15 63 13.18 97
Venue: Optus Oval Date: Saturday May 28, 1994
Result: Win by 12 points Umpires: Carey, Bird, McKernan. Crowd: 24,332
Goalkickers: S.Kernahan 7, G.Williams 3, B.Heaver 3, T.Bond 2, M.Hogg 1.
Best: S.Kernahan, G.Williams, T.Lynn, A.Gleeson, A.Christou, S.Silvagni.
Reports: Nil Injuries: T.Bond (corked thigh).












Game Review

The Blues would be lucky to escape this game with a win, with the Doggies having more scoring shots and a lot of ball in the forward line. Key Doggie Chris Grant would be dominant but just not be able to kick them through the sticks, with 4 behinds to his name.

For the Blues, Greg Williams was dominant with 35 possessions and 3 goals from the centre. The day would belong to Stephen Kernahan with 7 goals 5 for the match. Occasional player over 1994, Tony Lynn had a great game with 24 possessions. Another story from this game was the heart breaking debut of Peter Green, who would get roughly 5 minutes on the field, miss a tackle (from memory) and be dragged, never to get a possession or back on the field for Carlton. Green wore the #37 and on reserves form deserved a lot better than that single chance at a footy career.

Carlton moved in to 6th place with the win.

Team


B: 39 Ang Christou 1 Stephen Silvagni 35 Peter Dean
HB: 5 Andrew McKay 14 Michael Sexton 15 Tony Lynn
C: 20 Fraser Brown 2 Greg Williams 33 Matthew Hogg
HF: 13 Mil Hanna 11 Earl Spalding 34 Ron De Iulio
F: 12 Adrian Gleeson 4 Stephen Kernahan (c) 8 Troy Bond
Ruck: 44 Justin Madden 21 Craig Bradley (vc) 10 Barry Mitchell
Interchange: 37 Peter Green 17 Brent Heaver 18 James Cook
Coach: David Parkin


Milestones

Debut: Peter Green (only game)

Brownlow Votes

3. Chris Grant, Footscray
2. Greg Williams, Carlton
1. Tony Liberatore, Footscray


Round 9 | Round 11

Random Image

thumbnail
1973 - U/19's Vice-Captain Shane Duggan.
thumbnail
Brianna Davey

Online Users

181 online users

Search