Round 13, 1995         Carlton defeated Fremantle by 57 points - Subiaco

Round 13, 1995

Carlton 3.3 21 8.7 55 10.13 73 15.16 106
Fremantle 2.0 12 4.2 26 6.5 41 7.7 49
Venue: Subiaco Date: Sunday July 2, 1995
Result: Win by 57 points Umpires: M.Prince, D.Rich & T.Pfeiffer. Crowd: 25,067
Goalkickers: S.Kernahan 7, E.Spalding 2, B.Pearce 2, B.Mitchell 1, T.Lynn 1, F.Brown 1, A.Koutoufides 1.
Best: S.Kernahan, E.Spalding, A.Koutoufides, F.Brown, B.Ratten, P.Dean, A.Christou.
Reports: Nil Injuries: Nil

Game Review

For the first ten or so years of their existence, the Dockers were nothing more than a minnow that went through various desperate phases of partial success, crash and the rebuild. In 1995 the Dockers were still heavily reliant on their initial ‘establishment’ trades of Ridley, Delaney, Kickett and Allan, and were no match for the good teams in the competition. Carlton fans talk of woe in some of our trades but just be thankful you’re not a Docker fan.

This away win was impressive for its control and dominance against the local teams, backed up by a superb 7 goal game from Stephen Kernahan and the defence leadership of BOG Peter Dean.


B: 32 Adrian Whitehead 1 Stephen Silvagni 14 Michael Sexton
HB: 5 Andrew McKay 35 Peter Dean 39 Ang Christou
C: 16 Scott Camporeale 7 Brett Ratten 13 Mil Hanna
HF: 23 Dean Rice 11 Earl Spalding 20 Fraser Brown
F: 19 Brad Pearce 4 Stephen Kernahan (c) 10 Barry Mitchell
Ruck: 44 Justin Madden 43 Anthony Koutoufides 21 Craig Bradley (vc)
Interchange: 34 Ron De Iulio 15 Tony Lynn 22 Glenn Manton
Coach: David Parkin


Records: This is the first match played between these 2 Clubs
Score Records: This is Fremantle's lowest ever score against Carlton


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