|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).|
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.
|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|
Peter Green (only game)
2. Greg Williams, Carlton
1. Tony Liberatore, Footscray
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