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Round 11, 2001         In Stephen Silvagni's 300th match for.Carlton, the Blues lost to Richmond by 27 points at the MCG.

Round 11, 2001

Carlton1.394.7316.12 488.1361
Richmond 2.4165.6368.75513.1088
Venue: MCGDate: Sunday, 10 June, 2001
Result: Lost by 27 pointsUmpires: D Morris,??Crowd: 71,765
Goalkickers: L.Whitnall 4, C.Bradley 2, J.Doering 1, M.Lappin 1.
Best: D.Hulme, C.Bradley, L.Whitnall, M.Lappin, S.Beaumont.
Reports: Jordon Doering (Striking Nick Daffy) - 1 week. Injuries: K.Massie (broken leg), R.Houlihan (wrist), B.Fevola (knee).













Game Review

This was a very special day for all Carlton supporters. More than 70,000 would be at the MCG to see favourite son Stephen Silvagni play his 300th game.

Unfortunately a fitting result did not eventuate. The Blues let themselves down with costly disposal errors and poor kicking for goal, which the Tigers capitalised on. The Blues looked listless & flat as if all the hype of SOS's 300th had zapped their energy. It also had bad luck with significant injuries forcing players out of the game and a limited bench. Kris Massie would suffer a season ending broken leg (and would never line up for the Blues again), while the normally durable Ryan Houlihan would be out of action early with a wrist injury.

Lance Whitnall would be the only effective forward for Carlton, kicking 4 goals. Darren Hulme was the leading possession getter with 29, while Matthew Lappin would have 25 and kick one goal.

After this loss, the Blues sat in 4th position.

Team

B: 45 Anthony Franchina 29 Simon Beaumont 39 Ang Christou
HB: 5 Andrew McKay 22 Glenn Manton 21 Craig Bradley (c)
C: 17 Scott Freeborn 7 Brett Ratten 9 Adrian Hickmott
HF: 12 Matthew Lappin 8 Lance Whitnall 10 Michael Mansfield
F: 37 Trent Hotton 1 Stephen Silvagni (vc) 27 Darren Hulme
Ruck: 11 Mark Porter 43 Anthony Koutoufides 16 Scott Camporeale
Interchange:
3 Kris Massie, 33 Ryan Houlihan, 25 Brendan Fevola, 48 Jordan Doering
Coach: Wayne Brittain
Emg: Dean Rice Jim Plunkett Simon Fletcher

Changes

No Change

Milestones

300 Games : Stephen Silvagni. At the end of the game, all Richmond players and their coach Danny Frawley formed a guard of honour for Silvagni, a unique honour indicating the enormous respect held for him by all in the AFL.
Last Game (Carlton) : Kris Massie

Brownlow Votes

3: Greg Tivendale (RICH)
2: Mark Chaffey (RICH)
1: Wayne Campbell (RICH)


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