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Round 11, 2004         Carlton defeated Adelaide by 4 points - Football Park. Fevola kicked 7 including a miracle goal late to snatch victory after starting poorly.

Round 11, 2004

Carlton 1.1 7 5.4 34 7.5 47 14.7 91
Adelaide 5.6 36 6.6 42 10.12 72 12.15 87
Venue: Football Park
Date: Sat 5 June 2004 Result: Win by 4 points
Umpires: Rowston, Avon, Nicholls Crowd: 41,617
Goalkickers: Fevola 7, Lappin 3, Camporeale 2, Simpson, Stevens
Reports: Nil Injuries: Nil













Game Review

Carlton looked set for another thrashing when the Crows had all the play, more than double the number of possessions and 11 scoring shots to 2 in the opening quarter. But inaccurate kicking by the Crows kept the Blues in the game. They fought back in the second quarter, with Nick Stevens and Scott Camporeale each having 10 possessions and a goal and Brendan Fevola kicking 2, while the Crows could only add the one goal, to narrow the half time margin to just 8 points. The Crows outscored the Blues 4 goals to 2 in the third quarter, to be 25 points in front at three-quarter time. But a 7 goal final quarter would see the Blues hit the front for the first time at the 30-minute mark, after Fevola kicked an amazing, curving pressure goal from the boundary line, 50 metres out, to give the Blues a remarkable come-from-behind 4 point victory. This goal will long be remembered as one of the goals of the year.

Fevola ended up kicking 7 goals and was judged Best on Ground. Matthew Lappin kicked 3. Acting captain Camporeale showing real dash and leadership in the middle, gathering 29 possessions.

This was the Blues' second turnaround win in 2004 from a 100 point thrashing the week before (as occurred in Round 7). In fact, this game is remembered fondly by Carlton fans, and is considered one of our best wins in the Home & Away rounds of the 2000's. For more games like this, please click here.

Team


B: 18 Glen Bowyer 32 Bret Thornton 3 Digby Morrell
HB: 1 Andrew Walker 15 David Teague 33 Ryan Houlihan
C: 12 Matthew Lappin 34 Simon Wiggins 29 Heath Scotland
HF: 16 Scott Camporeale (a/c) 8 Lance Whitnall (vc) 14 Brad Fisher
F: 6 Kade Simpson 25 Brendan Fevola 37 Karl Norman
Ruck: 19 Ricky Mott 28 Ian Prendergast 24 Nick Stevens
Interchange:
10 Brett Johnson, 26 Adrian Deluca, 20 Cory McGrath, 2 Daniel Harford
Coach: Denis Pagan
Emg: Callan Beasy Setanta O'hAilpin Jarrad Waite
In: Kade Simpson Daniel Harford Cory McGrath
Out: Jordan Bannister David Clarke Jon McCormick


Milestones

50 Games (AFL): Digby Morrell
Debut (Carlton): Cory McGrath
Last game: Ricky Mott
Interesting stat: Kade Simpson would earn his first kick in AFL football in this game, despite it being his 4th game!
Interesting stat: This would be Carlton's last interstate win for 4 years
Losing streaks: This would be Carlton's last victory over Adelaide until 2010

Brownlow Votes

3: Brendan Fevola (CARL)
2: Mark Ricciuto (ADE)
1: Scott Camporeale (CARL)

Best & Fairest Votes

Scott Camporeale (43), Brendan Fevola (40), Ian Prendergast, Lance Whitnall (33), Matthew Lappin (32), Ryan Houlihan (30), Nick Stevens (18), Glen Bowyer (16), Brett Johnson, Bret Thornton (15), David Teague (14), Digby Morrell (11), Cory McGrath, Karl Norman (10), Heath Scotland (5)

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