2021 Reserves

Reserves Season 2021
Coach: Daniel O'Keefe
Co-Captains: Ryley Stoddart and Matt Shannon
Best & Fairest:

Carlton's 2021 Reserves Team Squad.
Zane Barzen (Murray Bushrangers), Lachlan Bond (Bendigo Pioneers), Ben Caluzzi (Northern Blues), Alex Cincotta (Newton & Chilwell), Ben Crocker (Woodville/West Torrens), Edward Delany, Lachlan Gawel (Eastern Ranges), Will Golds (Hawthorn Rookie), Daniel Guccione Bundoora), Aaron Gundry, Cody Hirst (Sydney Swans), Owen King (Western Jets), Zavier Maher (Murray Bushrangers), Dale Marshall (Essendon VFL), Alex Mirkov (Old Ivanhoe VAFA), Ben Nikolovski (Northern Knights), Tom North (Fremantle), James Parsons (Geelong), Fraser Phillips (Northern Blues), Lachlan Potter (Northern Knights), Stefan Radovanovic (Western Jets), Harry Reynolds (Sandringham Dragons / Sydney Swans), Matt Shannon (Box Hill Hawks), Cooper Stephens (Geelong Falcons), Ryley Stoddart (Sydney Swans), Lachie Swaney (Sydney Swans Academy / UNSW-Eastern Suburbs Bulldogs), Toby Wooller (Oakleigh Chargers / Brisbane Lions).

Round 1, 2021.

CARLTON 6.2 10.4 14.10 16.12 (108)
SOUTHPORT 2.0 7.3 11.3 17.7 (109)
Venue:Princes Park
Date:Saturday 17th April 2021
Result:1 point loss
Goalkickers:Matt Owies 4, Ben Crocker 2, Corey Durdin 2, David Cuningham, Cody Hirst, Josh Honey, Lochie O'Brien, Sam Philp, Matt Shannon, Liam Stocker, Toby Wooller 1.
Best:Stefan Radovanovic, Liam Stocker, David Cuningham, Lochie O'Brien, Toby Wooller, Cooper Stephens
Reports: Nil.
Injuries: Nil.

Match report: https://www.carltonfc.com.au/news/913014/vfl-match-report-carlton-v-southport
Video of Goals: https://www.carltonfc.com.au/video/915596/vfl-r1-all-carlton-goals-v-southport?videoId=915596&modal=true&type=video&publishFrom=1618804485001

After leading all day on the back of a free-flowing first half, Carlton ultimately succumbed to a rampaging Southport by one point. AFL-listed duo Liam Stocker and David Cuningham delivered a strong four-quarter effort, but the Blues' composure was tested in the fourth quarter, seeing them give up a 26-point lead as the Sharks came home with a wet sail.

Round 2, 2021.

CARLTON 12.1 14.4 20.7 24.10 (154)
BRISBANE 3.0 10.1 11.4 13.7 (85)
Venue:Princes Park
Date:Saturday 24th April 2021
Result:69 point win
Goalkickers:Ben Crocker 7, James Parsons 5, Toby Wooller 3, Ben Caluzzi 2, Josh Honey 2, Tom North 2, Corey Durdin, Sam Ramsay, Matt Shannon 1.
Best:Toby Wooller, James Parsons, Ben Crocker, Josh Honey, Will Setterfield, Paddy Dow, Ben Caluzzi
Reports: Nil.
Injuries: Nil.

Match report: https://www.carltonfc.com.au/news/918751/vfl-match-report-carlton-v-brisbane

In what was a see-sawing affair, the Blues were challenged when their nine-goal first-quarter lead was cut down to just 15 points on the back of seven unanswered Lions goals in the second quarter. However, led by Will Setterfield in the middle and the dangerous combination of Ben Crocker and James Parsons up forward, Carlton would put the pedal to the metal to record an emphatic 69-point win.

Round 3, 2021.

CARLTON 2.5 7.12 11.15 14.17 (101)
ESSENDON 5.1 5.1 8.2 8.4 (52)
Venue:Windy Hill, Essendon.
Date:Sunday 2nd May 2021
Result:49 point win
Goalkickers: Ben Crocker 3, Toby Wooller 3, Ben Caluzzi 2, Josh Honey 2, Tom De Koning, Corey Durdin, Lochie O'Brien, Will Setterfield 1.
Best:Will Setterfield, Ben Crocker, Nic Newman, Lochie O'Brien, Tom De Koning, Ben Caluzzi.
Reports: Nil.
Injuries: Nil.

Match Report: https://www.carltonfc.com.au/news/926123/vfl-match-report-essendon-v-carlton

A dominant second quarter has seen Carlton record its second win in a row against Essendon at Windy Hill. The Round 3 clash was always going to have the attention of the fans, with the traditional rivals looking to build on momentum after both recording impressive Round 2 victories. It would be the Blues’ day, however, with the returning Nic Newman and Tom De Koning impressive alongside the clean midfield work of Lochie O’Brien and Will Setterfield. The goal-kicking ability of Ben Crocker and Toby Wooller was once again on display, with a combined six goals helping the Blues to a 49-point win on enemy territory. Manic forward pressure and an ability to restrict the Bombers to just three goals after the first quarter was a massive highlight for the day, with the team maintaining the fight for an entire four quarters.

Round 4, 2021.

CARLTON 0.4 1.6 2.10 8.11 (59)
FOOTSCRAY 2.2 5.6 6.10 11.11 (77)
Venue:Victoria University, Whitten Oval, Footscray.
Date:Sunday 9th May 2021
Result:18 point loss
Goalkickers: Ben Crocker 4, Josh Honey 2, Jamie Parsons 2, Matthew Kennedy 1.
Best: Stefan Radovanovic, Corey Durdin, Josh Honey, Tom Williamson, Nic Newman, Tom De Koning
Reports: Nil.
Injuries: Nil.

Match Report: https://www.carltonfc.com.au/news/932312/vfl-match-report-footscray-v-carlton

An inspired final quarter wasn’t enough for Carlton in its Round 4 VFL clash with Footscray.After trailing by 30 points at the last change, a stunning burst in the opening stages saw the Blues draw level. However, a late flurry from the Dogs resigned the Blues to a three-goal defeat, going 2-2 after four rounds.

Round 5, 2021.

Carlton had a bye this round.

Round 6, 2021.

CARLTON 3.2 3.4 5.6 6.10 (46)
BOX HILL HAWKS 6.6 13.6 16.13 19.16 (130)
Venue:Ikon Park, Carlton.
Date:Sunday 23rd May 2021
Result:84 point loss
Goalkickers: Josh Honey 2, Ben Crocker 2, James Parsons, Thomas North 1.
Best: Matthew Kennedy, Luke Parks, Brodie Kemp, Josh Honey, Jack Newnes, Lochie O'Brien.
Reports: Nil.
Injuries: Nil.

Match Report: https://www.carltonfc.com.au/news/943245/vfl-match-report-carlton-v-box-hill

It was a tough day for the Blues, as they battled against a dominant Hawks outfit, who kicked 11 goals in a row, seeing them take home an 84-point win. Despite Carlton leading by two points in the first quarter, Box Hill were able to get the game on their terms and didn’t look back as the Blues struggled to find an answer for their dominance in the centre of the ground.

Round 7, 2021.

The VFL postponed all of the round 7 matches as a result of a COVID-19 outbreak in Melbourne, this included the scheduled match between Carlton and the Sydney Swans that was supposed to be the curtain-raiser at the SCG to their respective senior teams.

Round 8, 2021.

Carlton had a bye this round.

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