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Round 16, 2004         Carlton defeated the Kangaroos by 8 points - Optus Oval. Teague starred in defence and was a rock all day.

Round 16, 2004

Carlton 3.2 20 5.7 37 7.11 53 9.16 70
Kangaroos 3.3 21 5.4 34 7.6 48 9.8 62
Venue: Optus Oval
Date: Sat July 17, 2004 Result: Win by 8 points
Umpires: Avon, McLaren, Jeffery Crowd: 20,732
Goalkickers: Bannister, Camporeale, Fevola, French, Koutoufides, Lappin, Teague, Walker, Whitnall
Injuries: Nil Reports: Nil













Game Review

A tight game in windy conditions saw the Blues record an 8 point win against the Roos and might have been more had they not wasted opportunities through poor kicking for goal.

Nick Stevens won 24 disposals in the midfield. David Teague, Matthew Lappin and Cory McGrath played well in defence.

Team


B: 3 Digby Morrell 32 Bret Thornton 13 Justin Davies
HB: 12 Matthew Lappin 15 David Teague 33 Ryan Houlihan
C: 24 Nick Stevens 10 Brett Johnson 29 Heath Scotland
HF: 28 Ian Prendergast 26 Adrian Deluca 16 Scott Camporeale (vc)
F: 37 Karl Norman 25 Brendan Fevola 8 Lance Whitnall (vc)
Ruck: 11 Barnaby French 43 Anthony Koutoufides (c) 20 Cory McGrath
Interchange:
1 Andrew Walker, 14 Brad Fisher, 31 Jordan Bannister, 41 Jonathon McCormick
Coach: Denis Pagan
Emg: Callan Beasy David Clarke jnr Daniel Harford
In: Brendan Fevola Jordan Bannister Lance Whitnall
Out: Glen Bowyer (ankle), Kade Simpson (broken hand), Trent Sporn (collarbone)


Milestones

Last Game: Jonathon McCormick
Losing streaks: This was Carlton's last win against North Melbourne for 5 years, broken only in 2009

Brownlow Votes

3: Michael Stevens (KAN)
2: David Teague (CARL)>
1: Matthew Lappin (CARL)

Best & Fairest Votes

David Teague (45), Nick Stevens (36), Cory McGrath (35), Scott Camporeale (31), Anthony Koutoufides (29), Digby Morrell (24), Bret Thornton (22), Matthew Lappin (21), Andrew Walker (17), Brett Johnson (15), Jordan Bannister, Lance Whitnall (10), Brad Fisher, Ian Prendergast (4)


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