Carlton lost to Adelaide by 53 points - Football Park.

Round 19, 2001

Adelaide 4.1258.55311.10 7616.10106
Venue: Football Park
Date: 7.40 pm Saturday 11 August, 2001 Result: Loss by 53 points
Umpires: C Mitchell R Kelsey S Jeffery Crowd: 44,542
Goalkickers: M.Lappin 2, C.Bradley 1, I.Prendergast 1, S.Fletcher 1, A.Pickering 1, M.Porter 1, L.Whitnall 1.
Best: A.McKay, R.Houlihan, G.Manton, B.Ratten, C.Bradley.
Reports: NilInjuries: Nil

Game Review

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Carlton had the difficult task of journeying to Adelaide to take on the Crows, who were outside the 8 on percentage and needed the win to remain in finals contention. They played like they needed to, scoring a comprehensive 53 point win over the Blues, who were never really in the match.

Carlton had few winners but Brett Ratten had 24 possessions, while Craig Bradley and Ryan Houlihan each had 19. Matthew Lappin was the only multiple goal kicker.

With this loss, Carlton fell to 6th place.


B: 45 Anthony Franchina 1 Stephen Silvagni (vc) 22 Glenn Manton
HB: 5 Andrew McKay 29 Simon Beaumont 15 Ben Nelson
C: 31 Simon Fletcher 7 Brett Ratten 17 Scott Freeborn
HF: 9 Adrian Hickmott 8 Lance Whitnall 12 Matthew Lappin
F: 11 Mark Porter 43 Anthony Koutoufides 23 Dean Rice
Ruck: 24 Matthew Allan 21 Craig Bradley (c) 16 Scott Camporeale
Interchange: 33 Ryan Houlihan 40 Jim Plunkett 28 Ian Prendergast
46 Adam Pickering
Coach: Wayne Brittain
Emg: Ang Christou Andrew Merrington Trent Sporn
In: Ben Nelson, Adam Pickering
Out: Michael Mansfield (abdomen), Trent Hotton


Debut: Adam Pickering
50 Games: Mark Porter
Last Game (Carlton): Ben Nelson

Brownlow Votes

3: Andrew McLeod (ADE)
2: Mark Ricciuto (ADE)
1: Rhett Biglands (ADE)

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