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Round 10 1993

Round 10, 1993
Carlton vs Melbourne
Saturday, 29 May
Venue: Princes Park
Attendance: 23,702

1st
2nd
3rd
Final
Carlton4.58.1315.2017.26.128
Melbourne3.15.38.311.8.74
Match Statistics


Carlton win by 54 points

Goalkickers: Allen Jakovich 3, Matthew Febey 1, Steven Febey 1, Darren Kowal 1, Andy Lovell 1, Glenn Lovett 1, Glenn Molloy 1, Steven Stretch 1, Stephen Tingay 1

Brownlow Votes
None

Milestones:
First Game
Glenn Molloy

Melbourne had earned a surprise win over the Eagles a week before, while Carlton had been badly out of form so the result was not clear before the game started but in the end the Blues were comfortable winners. With 24 more scoring shots the result could have been a humiliation.

The two sides were even in the first quarter, but Garry Lyon was put out of the game by a bruised calf during the second quarter and Neil Balme couldn't cover his loss. Melbourne won the last quarter narrowly but it was a small victory on an otherwise disappointing day.

Best were Tingay, M. Febey and Viney. The Demons had two players reported, Jim Stynes for striking Justin Madden during the second quarter and Phil Gilbert for striking Brent Heaver in the first quarter but both were cleared.

Greg Williams had 44 possessions but didn't received a Brownlow Medal vote - votes which would have won him the medal.

Reserves
Melbourne 16.26.122 d. Carlton 10.6.66
Goals - Sullivan 3, Taylor 2, Lamb 2, Keogh 2, Dyson 2, A. Campbell 2, Pickering 1, B. Campbell 1, Burgmann 1
Best - Norrish, Keogh, Dyson

Lists
Tribunal

Media
"Star Demons in doubt as Blues return to form" - Canberra Times 30/05/1993
Football Record R11 1993

Links
Blueseum match report

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