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Carlton defeated Adelaide by 68 points - MCG.

Elimination Final, 2001

Carlton5.43410.86812.12 8417.16118
Adelaide1.6123.6245.10 406.1450
Venue: M.C.G.Date: Sat 08-Sep-2001
Result: Carlton won by 68 pointsUmpires: H.Kennedy, S.Wenn, M.Nash. Crowd: 53,982
Goalkickers: M.Lappin 5, C.Bradley 2, A.Hickmott 2, J.Plunkett 2, L.Whitnall 2, M.Allan 1, B.Fevola 1, R.Houlihan 1, D.Hulme 1.
Best: A.Koutoufides, J.Plunkett, M.Lappin, S.Camporeale, D.Hulme, A.Hickmott, A.McKay, C.Bradley.
Reports: Injuries:













Game Review

Carlton were too strong for the Adelaide Crows and led from start to finish, more than doubling their score to win by 68 points.

In the absence of Ratten, Anthony Koutoufides had 36 possessions, while Jim Plunkett and Craig Bradley had 34 and 31, both kicking 2 goals. Matthew Lappin's 5 goals (4 in the first half) helped set up the victory. One second quarter goal where Lappin crumbed a boundary throw-in & snapped truly was a highlight. Popular opinion - backed up by footy facts - was that he was desperately unlucky not to be named in the All-Australian side after kicking over 50 goals for the year from a Half Forward Flank.

Team


B: 22 Glenn Manton 1 Stephen Silvagni (vc) 31 Simon Fletcher
HB: 5 Andrew McKay 29 Simon Beaumont 10 Michael Mansfield
C: 21 Craig Bradley (c) 40 Jim Plunkett 9 Adrian Hickmott
HF: 12 Matthew Lappin 8 Lance Whitnall 16 Scott Camporeale
F: 11 Mark Porter 25 Brendan Fevola 33 Ryan Houlihan
Ruck: 24 Matthew Allan 43 Anthony Koutoufides 27 Darren Hulme
Interchange: 17 Scott Freeborn 28 Ian Prendergast 37 Trent Hotton
39 Ang Christou
Coach: Wayne Brittain
Emg: Heath Culpitt Sam Cranage Jordan Doering
In: Matthew Allan, Ang Christou
Out: Anthony Franchina (hamstring), Brett Ratten (elbow)


Milestones

Interesting fact: This would be Carlton's last win in a Final until Season 2011!
Score Records: This remains Adelaide's lowest ever score against the Blues.
Big Scores: This would be Carlton's last 10 goal victory until we smashed Port by 66 points in 2008, some 7 years later
4 in a row: This was the last time for almost 8 years that Carlton had won 4 matches in a row.


Round 22 | Semi Final