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Round 3, 1999         Fraser Brown's 150th match - Blues get home by 2 points.

Round 3, 1999

Carlton 3.4 22 5.11 41 12.11 83 15.15 105
Western Bulldogs 4.3 27 4.5 29 10.7 67 15.13 103
Venue: Optus Oval
Date: Sunday 11 April, 1999 Result: Win by 2 Points
Umpires: Kennedy, Vozzo, Scroop Crowd: 27,649
Goalkickers: Backwell 3, Beaumont 2, Camporeale 2, Hamill 2, Allan 1, Bradley 1, Hulme 1, Murphy 1, Ratten 1, Rice 1
Reports: Fraser Brown (Striking Jose Romero) - 2 weeks, Justin Murphy (Rough Play against Brett Montgomery) - 1 week & (Wrestling Chris Grant) - $3000 Fine,
Matthew Allan (Wrestling Scott Wynd - $1200 Fine, Kouta (Wrestling Chris Grant) - $1500 Fine
Injuries: Nil














Game Review

Carlton would win their second match in a row with a close win over the previous year’s Preliminary Finalist, the Western Bulldogs. A third quarter blitz of 7.0 would again win it for the Blues who held on despite being outscored 5.6 to 3.4 in the last quarter.

Carlton were 7th on the ladder with a percentage of 97.3.

Bulldogs Scott Wynd and Chris Grant were also fined for wrestling.

This game is remembered fondly by Carlton fans, and is considered one of our best wins in the Home & Away rounds of the 1990's. For more games like this, please click here.

Team


B: 39 Ang Christou 22 Glenn Manton 14 Michael Sexton
HB: 5 Andrew McKay 43 Anthony Koutoufides 23 Dean Rice
C: 16 Scott Camporeale 20 Fraser Brown 45 Anthony Franchina
HF: 21 Craig Bradley (c) 8 Lance Whitnall 30 Adam White
F: 29 Simon Beaumont 36 Aaron Hamill 27 Darren Hulme
Ruck: 24 Matthew Allan 7 Brett Ratten 18 Justin Murphy
Interchange:
10 Brett Backwell, 52 Heath Culpitt, 40 Tony Bourke, 34 Ron De Iulio
Coach: David Parkin
Emg: Kris Massie Matthew Hogg John Hynes
In: Tony Bourke Fraser Brown Heath Culpitt
Out: Matthew Lappin (quad), Stephen Silvagni (hamstring), Kris Massie


Milestones

150 Games: Fraser Brown
100 AFL Games: Glenn Manton
Rising Star Nomination: Brett Backwell would earn a nomination for the National Rising Star after his 3 goals helped the Blues over the line. This came a week after his first Brownlow vote – in that match he kicked 1.4. He would be Carlton’s only National Rising Star Nomination for 1999.
Debut: Heath Culpitt

Brownlow Votes

3: Simon Beaumont (CARL)
2: Leon Cameron (WB)
1: Andrew McKay (CARL)

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