Carlton lost to Collingwood by 34 points at the MCG.

Round 2, 1994

Carlton 3.4 22 6.8 44 7.9 51 9.12 66
Collingwood 2.4 16 6.8 44 12.12 84 14.16 100
Venue: MCG Date: Monday April 4, 1994
Result: Loss by 34 points Umpires: A.Coates, B.Sheehan & G.Caulfield. Crowd: 85,063
Goalkickers: S.Silvagni 2, J.Madden 2, T.Alvin 1, G.Williams 1, F.Brown 1, S.Oliver 1, C.Bradley 1.
Best: P.Dean, A.Christou, M.Hogg, A.McKay, C.Bradley, F.Brown.
Reports: Nil Injuries: Nil

Game Review

The Pies would trump us in a strong second half to leave the Blues 0 and 2 at the start of the AFL season. Despite the best efforts of ‘Dog’ Fraser Brown with 36 possessions, and a couple of goals from SOS, Carlton were not in the game. Small forwards Heaver, Gleeson and De Iulio couldn’t scrap one between them.

Collingwood fans remember this game, not for a mild 5-6 goal win, but for THAT run - the 'McGuane Goal'. Yes, this was the game where Magpie Mick McGuane would take seven bounces after a centre clearance, and nail the goal in a sickening, horrible moment of footy that still stays with me. Missed tackles aplenty, the Blues were run around all day and never really got going.

The previous week’s first gamers Troy Bond and James Cook did not take their places in the Carlton team, while the injured Kernahan, returning from suspension, would not kick a goal for the Blues.


B: 7 Brett Ratten 14 Michael Sexton 43 Anthony Koutoufides
HB: 5 Andrew McKay 35 Peter Dean 39 Ang Christou
C: 20 Fraser Brown 2 Greg Williams 13 Mil Hanna
HF: 31 Tom Alvin 3 Stephen Oliver 34 Ron De Iulio
F: 33 Matthew Hogg 4 Stephen Kernahan (c) 17 Brent Heaver
Ruck: 44 Justin Madden 1 Stephen Silvagni 21 Craig Bradley (vc)
Interchange: 22 Tim Powell 12 Adrian Gleeson 30 Paul McCormack
Coach: David Parkin


Last game: Paul McCormack

Brownlow Votes

3. Mick McGuane, Collingwood
2. Nathan Buckley, Collingwood
1. Mark Fraser, Collingwood

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