ROUND 23: Carlton v Collingwood
LAST WEEK - So close!!!!
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The Full Fixture
Up to date Stats, post Round 22!
Milestones in 2022!
THE FLAG COUNT!!
50 YEARS AGO - THE 1972 FLAG!
Our 1972 Summary Page
Our 1972 Playing List!!
Our full game summary from 1972
PAST PLAYER OF THE WEEK - Matthew WatsonA nephew of former Essendon Premiership ruckman Steve Alessio, Matthew Watson was recruited by the Blues at selection 18 in the 2010 National Draft from the Calder Cannons Under-18s. Tall and strong-bodied at 195 cm and 102 kg, Matthew began his football venture at Essendon Grammar School and Pascoe Vale before joining the Cannons, where he went on to represent Vic Metro in the Under-18 National Carnival and won All Australian selection at centre half-back.
In dire need of big defenders, Carlton targeted Watson from the earliest days of the draft camp. Impressed by his size, marking skills and powerful left-foot kicking, the match committee was keen to fast-track his development, so he was selected for his first senior game in round 2, 2011. This was an historic occasion – the first match for the AFL’s youngest club; the Gold Coast Suns, against one of the oldest; the Navy Blues of Carlton, at the Gabba in Brisbane. And adding lustre to the occasion, it also marked Carlton captain Chris Judd’s 200th career game.
To read his Bio, click HERE.
Player of the Week Archive
Meet the new 2022 Blues!
|Brian Cook||Michael Voss|
|Dom Akuei||Adam Cerra|
|Sam Durdin||Will Hayes|
|George Hewett||Jesse Motlop|
|Lewis Young||THE FULL LIST!|
Can you help? A callout for Carlton memorabiliaThe Club is looking for significant Carlton memorabilia to feature in the IKON Park redevelopment.
For more information read here: https://www.carltonfc.com.au/news/1014722/can-you-help-a-callout-for-carlton-memorabilia
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