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Round 7, 1998         Carlton lost to Port Power by 89 points - Optus Oval. This was the infamous 'Tredrea' game where Port star Warren Tredrea demolished the Blues with 8 goals.

Round 7, 1998

Carlton3.5238.75510.86811.1076
Port Power4.52910.66619.812225.15165
Venue: Optus OvalDate: Saturday May 9, 1998
Result: Lose by 89 pointsUmpires: Carey, Hanley, EllisCrowd: 16,078
Goalkickers: B.Pearce 5, S.Camporeale, L.Whitnall 2, A.Koutoufides, M.Porter 1.
Best:
Reports: Injuries:











Game Review

This was the infamous 'Warren Tredrea' game, when the emerging Port Adelaide full-forward kicked a match-winning eight goals. The Blues were competitive in the first half, only to be blown away after that by a margin of 15 goals to three.

The injury-riddled Trent Hoppner played his only senior game for Carlton this day, gathering 6 possessions.

Team


B: 35 Peter Dean 22 Glenn Manton 23 Dean Rice
HB: 45 Anthony Franchina 14 Michael Sexton 34 Ron De Iulio
C: 43 Anthony Koutoufides 7 Brett Ratten 16 Scott Camporeale
HF: 36 Aaron Hamill 11 Mark Porter 17 Damien Lock
F: 19 Brad Pearce 8 Lance Whitnall 33 Matthew Hogg
Ruck: 24 Matthew Allan 21 Craig Bradley (c) 27 Darren Hulme
Interchange:
42 Trent Hoppner, 15 Ben Nelson, 6 Matt Clape, 44 Damian Lang
Coach: David Parkin
Emg: Tony Bourke Anthony Franchina Ben Nelson
In: Trent Hoppner, Damian Lang, Matt Clape, Ben Nelson
Out: Simon Beaumont (ankle) & Andrew McKay (ankle)
Fraser Brown (suspended), Jacob Anstey


Milestones

100 Carlton Games: Matthew Hogg
Debut (Carlton): Damian Lang (promoted from rookie list)
Debut and Only Game: Trent Hoppner
Score Records: This is Port's highest ever score and greatest winning margin over Carlton

Brownlow Votes

3: Warren Treadrea (PA)
2: Michael Wilson (PA)
1: Shane Bond (PA)


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