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Round 15, 1994         In Matthew Allan's debut match, Carlton smashed Brisbane by 98 points.

Round 15, 1994

Carlton 4,7 31 6.9 45 11.10 76 22.12 144
Brisbane 1.2 8 3.5 23 5.9 39 6.10 46
Venue: Optus Oval Date: Saturday July 2, 1994
Result: Win by 98 points Umpires: Carey, Bird, Scroop. Crowd: 21,043 Gate: $56,763
Goalkickers: S.Kernahan 4, B.Heaver 3, T.Alvin 3, J.Cook 3, C.Bradley 2, J.Madden 2, A.McKay 1, T.Lynn 1, M.Hogg 1, A.Gleeson 1, M.Allan 1.
Best: J.Madden, A.Gleeson, S.Silvagni, F.Brown, A.Koutoufides, S.Kernahan, P.Dean, T.Lynn.
Reports: Nil Injuries: B.Mitchell (back) replaced in selected side by R.De Iulio.












Game Review

Carlton continued their impressive mid-season form with this walloping of the Brisbane Bears. Although only 6 goals up at three quarter time, the Blues went on an 11 goal rampage in the last quarter to blow the Bears out of the water, and dramatically improve their percentage – 119.5 to 126.8 in a single game.

The Blues boasted an even forward line with 6 multiple goal-kickers and a dominant midfield with Fraser Brown covering the absent Greg Williams collected 21 kicks and 13 handballs. A young Anthony Koutoufides would play one of his better early games, with 24 stats and the 1-vote, while the even younger Matthew Allan would become the 1,000th Carlton Senior League* Player when he debuted in this game and kick a goal with his first kick in the AFL, with a thumping kick that landed in the Heatley Stand. Blues legend Stephen Silvagni would poll 2 votes from the last line of defence. Tommy Alvin continued his solid return to the Blues lineup with 3 trademark goals on the run that nearly brought the house down each time.

(*The League started in 1897.)

Team


B: 15 Tony Lynn 1 Stephen Silvagni 14 Michael Sexton
HB: 5 Andrew McKay 35 Peter Dean 39 Ang Christou
C: 13 Mil Hanna 20 Fraser Brown 43 Anthony Koutoufides
HF: 21 Craig Bradley (vc) 11 Earl Spalding 8 Troy Bond
F: 18 James Cook 4 Stephen Kernahan (c) 17 Brent Heaver
Ruck: 44 Justin Madden 33 Matthew Hogg 12 Adrian Gleeson
Interchange: 31 Tom Alvin 34 Ron De Iulio 24 Matthew Allan
Coach: David Parkin


Milestones

50 Carlton Games: Matthew Hogg
Debut: Matthew Allan
Score Records: This is Carlton's fifth highest 4th Quarter score in the VFL / AFL

Brownlow Votes

3. Justin Madden, Carlton
2. Stephen Silvagni, Carlton
1. Anthony Koutoufides, Carlton


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