|Venue : Princes Park||Date : Saturday, April 15, 2000|
|Result : Won by 91 points||Umpire: A.Coates||Crowd : 16,511|
|Goalkickers: B.Ratten 6, L.Whitnall 4, A.Hamill 3, B.Backwell 2, A.Hickmott 2, T.Hotton 2, M.Lappin 2, S.Beaumont 1, C.Bradley 1, S.Camporeale 1, A.Franchina 1, D.Rice 1.|
|Best: B.Ratten, M.Allan, S.Camporeale, A.Koutoufides, L.Whitnall, C.Bradley, B.Nelson.|
|Reports : Nil||Injuries : Nil|
Game ReviewThe Blues ended their 3-game losing streak with a crushing victory over a hapless Port Adelaide. Carlton's midfield was totally dominant, with Hickmott, Bradley (39 possessions) and Camporeale (44 possessions) leading the way. In a match-winning move, Brett Ratten played forward and kicked 6 goals - three in the first quarter.
Ruckman Matthew Allan had a great game too, easily outpointing Port's big men in Matthew Primus and future Blue Barnaby French. The lead had blown out to a huge 115 points in the last quarter, before Port kicked the last 4 goals to save some face.
Young Blue Brendan Fevola collided with field umpire Andrew Coates, who couldn't continue and left the field.
|B:||45 Anthony Franchina||1 Stephen Silvagni (vc)||37 Trent Hotton|
|HB:||15 Ben Nelson||22 Glenn Manton||5 Andrew McKay|
|C:||12 Matthew Lappin||21 Craig Bradley (c)||16 Scott Camporeale|
|HF:||17 Scott Freeborn||8 Lance Whitnall||9 Adrian Hickmott|
|F:||7 Brett Ratten||4 Aaron Hamill||23 Dean Rice|
|Ruck:||24 Matthew Allan||43 Anthony Koutoufides||2 Brett Backwell|
|Interchange:||25 Brendan Fevola||27 Darren Hulme||29 Simon Beaumont|
|31 Simon Fletcher|
|Emg:||Michael Mansfield||Stephen OReilly||Michael Sexton|
ChangesIn : Brett Backwell, Adrian Hickmott, Darren Hulme, Ben Nelson
Out : Fraser Brown (suspended), Kris Massie (cheek), Michael Mansfield, Stephen O'Reilly
Milestones100 Goals : Scott Camporeale
Score Records : This is Carlton's highest ever score and greatest winning margin over Port to date.
Score Records : This was the first in a run of 13 wins in a row, Carlton's second-best winning streak on record
Interesting Fact : Carlton's 10-goal third quarter was the first of three times we would score 10 majors or more in a quarter during 2000, and it wouldn't be done again for a decade - until Round 19, 2010.
Brownlow Votes3 : Scott Camporeale (CARL)
2 : Brett Ratten (CARL)
1 : Craig Bradley (CARL)
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