Carlton lost to West Coast by 66 points - Subiaco.
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Round 7, 1994

Carlton 1.2 8 4.4 28 5.8 38 6.13 49
West Coast 5.9 39 10.12 72 13.16 94 16.19 115
Venue: Subiaco Date: Sunday May 8, 1994
Result: Lose by 66 points Umpires: Coates, Rich & Westgarth Crowd: 26,651
Goalkickers: G.Williams 2, S.Oliver 1, S.Kernahan 1, T.Bond 1, B.Mitchell 1.
Best: M.Sexton, M.Hogg, G.Williams, B.Mitchell.
Reports: Nil Injuries: B.Ratten (leg).










Game Review

After handing out a thrashing the week before, the Blues were this time on the receiving end – this time from form team and eventual premiers, the West Coast Eagles. An even midfield and multi-pronged forward line kept Carlton out of the game, with the usual midfield trio of Greg Williams, Barry Mitchell and Fraser Brown holding their heads up.

Carlton teams of the era were famous for high stat counts, often up above 350 per game, but in this game we were kept to 274, showing how effective the super-defensive team of the Eagles were at the time.

Team


B: 7 Brett Ratten 1 Stephen Silvagni 39 Ang Christou
HB: 5 Andrew McKay 14 Michael Sexton 31 Tom Alvin
C: 33 Matthew Hogg 2 Greg Williams 20 Fraser Brown
HF: 13 Mil Hanna 4 Stephen Kernahan (c) 15 Tony Lynn
F: 17 Brent Heaver 18 James Cook 8 Troy Bond
Ruck: 44 Justin Madden 21 Craig Bradley (vc) 10 Barry Mitchell
Interchange: 22 Tim Powell 43 Anthony Koutoufides 3 Stephen Oliver
Coach: David Parkin


Milestones

Last Game: Tim Powell
Score Records: This was a new record lowest score by Carlton against West Coast, standing in its own right for 10 years until equalled in Round 20, 2004. The joint record stood until Round 4, 2007, when Carlton could only kick 4.15.39

Brownlow Votes

3. Chris Mainwaring, WCE
2. Peter Wilson, WCE
1. Don Pyke, WCE


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