|Date: Sunday, July 8, 1990||Result: Win by 72 points|
|Umpires: S.Harris, H.Kennedy||Crowd: 10,555|
|Goalkickers: S.Kernahan 6, A.Gleeson 3, S.Verbeek 3, J.Madden 2, I.Herman 2, C.Bradley 2, S.Silvagni 1, W.Johnston 1, M.Hanna 1, J.Buckley 1, P.Sartori 1, A.Bassett 1, T.Alvin 1.|
|Best: M.Hanna, S.Kernahan, C.Bradley, J.Madden, W.Blackwell, I.Herman, A.Gleeson, Silvagni, P.Meldrum.|
|Injuries: A.Bassett (twisted left knee), W.Johnston (sprained right ankle)|
However, Carlton coach Alex Jesaulenko tore strips off his team in the rooms during the break, and they came out trailing smoke in the third to slam on 10 goals, while the Swans managed just one. As he had done the previous week, Justin Madden took control of the stoppages, and Craig Bradley became the star, slicing through the tissue-thin Swans defence and providing silver-service ball delivery to the Carlton forwards.
The Blues added another 6.5 to 3.4 in the last quarter to run out winners by 72 points. Bradley was credited with 31 effective disposals, and captain “Sticks” Kernahan kicked six goals to take his season tally to 47. Furthermore, Carlton climbed to sixth ladder position, now behind Hawthorn on percentage only.
On a weekend of perfect weather, there were some huge scores kicked, highlighted by North Melbourne’s 31.14 (200) against Geelong at the MCG. The Shinboners’ full-forward John Longmire led the romp, and booted 14 goals.
|B:||8 Wayne Blackwell||28 David Kernahan||31 Tom Alvin|
|HB:||5 Steve Da Rui||1 Stephen Silvagni||35 Peter Dean|
|C:||37 Adrian Bassett||21 Craig Bradley (vc)||13 Mil Hanna|
|HF:||25 Ian Herman||4 Stephen Kernahan (c)||15 Simon Verbeek|
|F:||16 Jim Buckley||18 Peter Sartori||2 Dom Fotia|
|Ruck:||44 Justin Madden||7 Wayne Johnston||12 Adrian Gleeson|
|Interchange:||11 Glenn Hawker||45 Warren McKenzie|
David Kernahan was awarded the only Brownlow Medal votes of his 53-game career in this game.
2: Stephen Kernahan
1: David Kernahan
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