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Carlton were destroyed by Hawthorn by 98 points - Princes Park.

Round 23, 1991

Carlton3.2205.6365.8388.1058
Hawthorn5.43411.87420.1513523.18156
Venue: Princes ParkDate: Saturday August 24, 1991
Result: Lose by 98 pointsUmpires: G.Dore, C.MitchellCrowd: 18,521
Goalkickers: S.Minton-Connell 3, P.Sartori 2, A.Bassett, C.Bond, M.Hanna
Best: A.Phillips, J.Dorotich, J.Madden, A.Bassett
Reports: Injuries:













Game Review

Carlton's season of discontent continued with a smashing at the hands of the Hawks.

The powers that be at Carlton were already eyeing off recruits over summer, and it is interesting to note that 3 of the players Carlton gave up for Greg Williams would have a role to play in this game - Peter Sartori and Simon Minton-Connell kicking most of our goals, and Ashley Matthews playing his last game for the Blues.

The only positive one could take from the game was the memory of a Mil Hanna bomb. Early in the second quarter Mil launched a torpedo on the run from well inside the centre square that went through the goals almost post high at the scoreboard end.



Team


B: 23 Paul Meldrum 28 David Kernahan 35 Peter Dean
HB: 15 Simon Verbeek 6 Jon Dorotich 13 Mil Hanna
C: 20 Fraser Brown 10 Michael James 37 Adrian Bassett
HF: 32 David Glascott 40 Andrew Cavedon 7 Brett Ratten
F: 34 Ashley Matthews 18 Peter Sartori 16 Chris Bond
Ruck: 44 Justin Madden 21 Craig Bradley (acting capt.) 19 Andrew Phillips
Interchange: 14 Michael Sexton 29 Simon Minton-Connell
Coach: David Parkin


Milestones

Last Game (Carlton): Ashley Matthews played his 9th and final game for the Blues before transferring to Fitzroy.
Score Records: This was Hawthorn's greatest winning margin over Carlton, until Round 12, 2007 when the Hawks defeated Carlton by 100 points

Brownlow Votes

3 - Anthony Condon (Hawthorn)
2 - John Platten (Hawthorn)
1 - Andrew Phillips


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