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Carlton defeated Fitzroy by 10 points at the Junction Oval

Round 2, 1984

Carlton10.26212.67816.1010618.13121
Fitzroy4.6307.64812.128416.15111
Venue: Junction OvalDate: Saturday April 7, 1984
Result: Win by 10 points Umpires: Sidebottom & Carbines Crowd: 22,202 Receipts: $65,373
Goalkickers: W.Ralph 6, J.Madden 3, M.Maclure 2, F.Murphy 2, J.Buckley 2, S.Kourkoumelis 1, W.Johnston 1, D.English 1.
Best: A.Montgomery, S.Kourkoumelis, K.Hunter, A.Marcou, P.Meldrum, D.Honybun, J.Madden, B.Doull, W.Ralph.
Reports: A.Montgomery (Carlton) by boundary umpire Cato for allegedly striking D.Barwick (Fitzroy) with a right fist to the back of the head in the second quarter - received 2 weeks suspension.
J.Madden (Carlton) by goal umpire D.Mitchell for alleged misconduct, in that he head butted G.Lawrie (Fitzroy) to the chest in the third quarter - cleared of charge.
Injuries:











Game Review

A barnstorming 10-goal first term by the Blues - and WA recruit Warren Ralph's 6 goals - staved off a gallant Fitzroy in a skilful, high-scoring contest at the Junction Oval.

One of four undefeated teams, Carlton sat on top of the ladder after this match, with a whopping percentage of 184.97.

Three votes went to Carlton's Alan Montgomery in the game against Fitzroy. He dominated between the half forward and half back lines and was influential in setting up the Blues win over the Lions. He was well supported by Blues on-baller Spiro Kourkoumelis. - Inside Football Player of the Year.

Carlton's Ken Hunter and Alan Montgomery contributed heftily to a winning edge for the Blues. Warren Ralph threw out his challenge for goalkicking honours in September with six, and Justin Madden booted three goals for the Blues. Carlton began with a 10 goal first term, but then withstood a stirring finish by the Lions, who got within a point midway through the last term but couldn't find the clincher. - Football Record.

Team


B: 27 Des English 20 Geoff Southby 11 Bruce Doull
HB: 18 Allan Montgomery 15 Val Perovic 33 Peter McConville
C: 37 Wayne Harmes 23 Paul Meldrum 32 David Glascott
HF: 7 Wayne Johnston (c) 36 Mark Maclure 28 Spiro Kourkoumelis
F: 9 Ken Hunter (vc) 22 Warren Ralph 16 Jim Buckley
Ruck: 3 David Honybun 31 Tom Alvin 34 Alex Marcou
Interchange: 30 Fraser Murphy 44 Justin Madden
Coach: David Parkin


Milestones

100 Games: Wayne Johnston

Score Records: This is Carlton's 3rd highest 1st quarter score in the VFL / AFL


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