|Venue: Princes Park||Date: Saturday 29 June 1974|
|Result: Won by 73 points||Umpire: Ian Robinson||Crowd: 23,490 Receipts: $15,083|
|Goalkickers: C.Davis 4, B.Walsh 3, R.Walls 3, D.McKay 2, P.Hall 2, A.Jesaulenko 2, T.Keogh 1, E.Pascoe 1, R.Ashman 1, P.Jones 1.|
|Best: R.Ashman, B.Walsh, D.McKay, T.Keogh, P.Jones, G.Crane, B.Doull, B.Croswell, J.O'Connell.|
|Reports: B.Crosswell (allegedly striking R.Hunt in the second quarter), P.Jones (allegedly striking K.Newland in the third quarter) - 2 matches each.|
|Injuries: D.Dickson (flu, replaced in selected side), J.Nicholls (flu, replaced in selected side), A.Jesaulenko (ankle)|
Game ReviewA massive 8 goal last quarter put the sealer on a percentage-boosting win providing Carlton with a 79 point margin in this home game.
The Blues 5th straight win pushed them to 5th on the table and into a potential finals berth.
"Tiger" had little chance of escaping his charge of striking Rex Hunt (who had only recently crossed from Tigerland) considering he was reported by field, boundary and goal umpires. My personal opinion is we'd all be better off if he'd hit him a lot harder!
Carlton thrashed Geelong in a power-packed exhibition although they had several star players missing and still came out to kick their highest score since the 1972 Grand Final. It was the highest score booted against Geelong since Round 17 last year - by any team. The win gave the Blues five in a row - and they have not equalled this since the opening five matches of last season. The Blues now appear to have re-gained their 1972-73 form, following their fourth successive win over the Cats at Princes Park. - Football Record.
|B:||19 John O'Connell||36 Mark Maclure||43 David McKay|
|HB:||33 Paul Hurst||11 Bruce Doull||21 Rod Austin|
|C:||31 Peter Hall||6 Garry Crane||32 Bryan Quirk|
|HF:||25 Alex Jesaulenko (acting vc)||42 Robert Walls (acting capt.)||17 Brent Crosswell|
|F:||13 Eric Pascoe||23 Craig Davis||18 Brian Walsh|
|Ruck:||28 Peter Jones||8 Trevor Keogh||14 Rod Ashman|
|Res:||7 Graeme Whitnall||26 Ray Byrne|
MilestonesDebut: Mark Maclure
50 Games: Brian Walsh and Paul Hurst
100 Goals: David McKay
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