Carlton coach David Teague admits his side was taught a lesson on clean ball use by Port Adelaide, so he hopes his players can learn quickly ahead of their clash with Brisbane Lions next round.
The Blues lost by 28 points to the Power at the MCG on Saturday night with Teague pointing out the difference between the efficiency and skills shown by his side and the Power as the difference between a good and a great team.
Teague knows his side will take time to match what teams like Richmond or Port Adelaide can do in the heat of a match but he wants his side to be better when they face the Lions.
“You want to play the good teams, that is what we need to do. We need to beat these good teams to show our progression,” Teague said on Saturday night.
The Blues had more inside-50s (57-48) but the Power were cleaner and more efficient when going forward.
“The positive was we broke even on some stats and even had more scoring shots and inside-50s, so there are bits you want to grab onto, but we learned a lesson in terms of how clean they were with the ball,” Teague said.
“Their ball use hurt us and their ability to defend us on both sides, especially in the second and third quarters, we got some good looks and we couldn’t get it inside 50 and connect yet when they went inside 50, they scored.
“We had 75 chains and kicked 4.11 and they had 72 chains and kicked 10.1 which is the [difference in the] game in itself.”
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Port Adelaide 15.6 (96) d Carlton 9.14 (68) Best: Power – Gray, Wines, Amon, Boak, Georgiades. Blues: Walsh, Cripps, Doherty, Casboult, Williams. Crowd: 32,893 at the MCG
Port Adelaide backed up from their statement win over Richmond with a business-like victory over Carlton at the MCG on Saturday night.
The Power, now 4-1, aspire to win the grand final at the MCG and this was the first of two visits to the ground during the home-and-away campaign and they looked comfortable on the wide expanses.
Carlton, now 2-3, showed glimpses of being able to run with the Power, especially in the opening term as Sam Walsh (29 disposals, one goal) and Patrick Cripps led the charge, but they couldn’t keep up with the dashing, direct ball movement of the Power; nor could they keep hold of the visitors forwards with Robbie Gray, Mitch Georgiades, Charlie Dixon and Orazio Fantasia combining for 10 goals.
Ollie Wines (32 disposals) and Travis Boak (29 disposals) were exceptional in the middle while the likes of running midfielder Karl Amon and intercept defender Aliir Aliir showed they are right on top of their roles in the Power side.
Adam Saad, Sam Doherty, Zac Williams, Harry McKay, Levi Casboult and Eddie Betts all had good moments for the Blues and in the last term they reduced the margin with some late goals.
One day the Blues might be as good as the Power but right now Port Adelaide are a team with the premiership in their sights and Carlton are well back in the field.
Mitch McGovern returned to the Blues for the first time this season kicking a goal and picking up a few possessions.
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The Blues might have applied some cosmetic surgery to the scoreboard in the end, but make no mistake, this game was well and truly over by three-quarter time.
Port Adelaide emphatically won the disposals 400-334 and marks 110-95 while also getting the edge in contested possessions 141-134.
Amazingly, the Blues had 10 more inside 50s (58-48) and four more clearances (36-32), but as has been the case for most of the year for them, they were way too inefficient.
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The Blues’ forward Zac Fisher will also require an operation to remove a bone spur in his ankle, with the 22-year-old expected to miss another six weeks.
The Blues also will be without luckless Caleb Marchbank for the rest of 2021 after the tall defender tore an anterior cruciate ligament. Marchbank is contracted for next year and thus assured of retaining his position on the list.
Meanwhile, Geelong are leaning towards holding back Jeremy Cameron for another week, with the star recruit unlikely to play against North Melbourne at GMHBA Stadium on Sunday.
The spearhead, who arrived at the Cats from Greater Western Sydney via a trade last season, is yet to make an appearance for the Cats in the home and away season after suffering his second hamstring injury for the year during the week leading into the round one clash against Adelaide.
Although he has been progressing well as he builds towards making his return, the Cats are likely to opt for a conservative approach with the long-term picture in mind.
Geelong coach Chris Scott referenced at a media conference last week the injury Eagles star Luke Shuey suffered when he returned from a hamstring injury in round three against Port Adelaide, saying the Cats wanted to do everything possible to mitigate the chances of a similar event befalling Cameron.
The Cats play West Coast at GMHBA Stadium in round six in what would be a searching initiation for Cameron, with the Eagles’ tall timber among the best in the competition.
The Cats’ season is yet to reach any great heights as they sit in the middle of the ladder with two wins and two losses, however they will benefit from the return of star midfielder Patrick Dangerfield and handy forward Gary Rohan, who have both been out through suspension.
Dangerfield used the three-week ban he received for his bump on Adelaide’s Jake Kelly, which led to a head clash with Kelly left concussed and with a broken nose, to build his fitness after an injury interrupted pre-season.
He was also allowed, under AFL rules, to play two VFL practice matches despite being suspended.
The injury-hit Kangaroos will have midfielder Ben Cunnington available after the veteran successfully appealed a one-match suspension at the tribunal on Tuesday night.
The Kangaroos are without their reigning best and fairest winner Luke McDonald after he suffered a pectoral injury that requires surgery. The 26-year-old is set to miss up to 12 weeks.
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“Everyone is like, ‘It’s good to retire with a little bit left in the tank’ and I think … ‘What?’ That makes no sense to me, I want to run that thing dry.
“That’s like dying with money in the bank.
“Even with the way the game is played as well, this year is very different to last year which would again suit me as well.”
When asked directly whether Simpson would be open to playing again, he said: “Yeah I think I’d consider it. I wouldn’t play just for the sake of playing … [it would need to be] a team that’s going to be challenging, that are looking like they’re going to play finals.”
While Simpson said the decision to retire at the end of last season was ultimately made by the club, he said coach David Teague and the list management team were very respectful of the process and he felt no bad blood towards the Blues.
“If they knew they were getting [Adam] Saad and [Zac] Williams, I would’ve given me the arse too!
“I’ll always be a Carlton person, whether I came out of retirement or coached somewhere else, but I still feel like I’ve got something left.
“I still have the desire to compete and that hasn’t gone away.”
If Simpson was to play again at AFL level, he would follow in the footsteps of Hawthorn legend Luke Hodge, who was lured out of retirement by Chris Fagan and the Brisbane Lions.
Hodge retired on 305 games when he was chaired off in his final game for Hawthorn alongside Western Bulldogs great Bob Murphy in round 23 of 2017.
He went on to play 41 more games for the Lions – including two finals – to finish on 346 games, four more than Simpson has now.
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Stand-in captain Toby Greene has kicked five goals to inspire an injury-hit Greater Western Sydney to its first win of the season, a superb 30-point victory over Collingwood at the MCG.
In other matches on Saturday, Carlton made it consecutive wins with an 11-point defeat of the Suns on the Gold Coast, while St Kilda and the Western Bulldogs also triumphed.
The Giants were 0-3 heading into Saturday night’s match, and reeling from injuries to skipper Stephen Coniglio, key defender Phil Davis and tagger Matt de Boer on top of an already-hefty injury list.
But Greene starred, while Callan Ward pushed through a first-quarter hand injury to rack up 37 touches and seven clearances as the Giants prevailed 14.6 (90) to 9.6 (60) in front of 29,866 spectators to condemn the Magpies to their second-straight loss.
It was a dirty night for Collingwood, who slipped to 1-3 and had vice-captain Taylor Adams limp off with an MCL injury in the third quarter, while Brayden Sier (illness) was substituted out for Levi Greenwood earlier that term.
In his first match for the season, veteran ruckman Shane Mumford limited the influence of Magpies star Brodie Grundy while Tim Taranto (34 disposals), Jacob Hopper (32 disposals) and Jeremy Finlayson (four goals) were all influential.
Jack Crisp (30 disposals), Steele Sidebottom (30), Jack Madgen (25) and defensive duo Jeremy Howe and Darcy Moore all worked hard for the Magpies.
The Giants burst out of the blocks when Bobby Hill soccered through the opener but Collingwood responded through debutant Beau McCreery’s first goal.
In a cagey opening quarter there was no more scoring action until Finlayson dobbed a long-range set shot after the siren.
Greene snared three goals in the second quarter, then two in quick succession after half-time, while Jake Riccardi added another to nudge the Giants’ lead beyond four goals in the teeming rain before a previously listless Collingwood struck back.
Jordan De Goey and Josh Daicos’ instinctive snaps provided a spark, with Will Hoskin-Elliott adding another goal before Harry Himmelberg’s strike gave the Giants some breathing space at the final change.
There was controversy early in the fourth term when Collingwood star Sidebottom was penalised for a deliberate rushed behind, with Finlayson taking full advantage.
From there, the Giants largely held firm through Collingwood’s attempts to surge, and kicked away late through Josh Kelly and Finlayson.
Carlton outlasted a sloppy Gold Coast to claim an unconvincing 9.16 (70) to 8.11 (59) AFL win in Carrara.
Last week’s seven-goal hero against Fremantle, Harry McKay, kicked the crucial score in the final term on the back of some great desperation by Jack Silvagni as the Blues moved to a 2-2 record with the 11-point win.
Silvagni chased down Sun Jack Bowes with just under 10 minutes to play, earning a free kick next to the behind post for his effort.
McKay, who was kept relatively quiet for most of the match by Suns defender Sam Collins, stepped up to kick the goal with Silvagni forced off the field after injuring his right shoulder in the tackle.
The big Blues forward ended the match with two majors, with veteran Marc Murphy the other multiple goal kicker for the visitors with two majors in the first half.
Ed Curnow was a contender for best on ground with 32 disposals, five tackles, eight clearances and a goal.
Alex Sexton kicked two goals for the Suns, who struggled throughout the game for clean possessions in their first match since co-captain Jarrod Witts suffered a season-ending knee injury.
Without their main ruckman, the Suns lost the hit-outs 62 to 22 but ended up on top of the clearances count, 47 to 38.
Bowes finished with a match-high 34 disposals, while Noah Anderson had 30 disposals and 10 clearances.
Gold Coast suffered another injury setback just before half-time with defender Sean Lemmens suffering a concussion to be subbed out of the match at the main break.
Silvagni also got subbed out for the Blues after his fourth-quarter heroics due to his shoulder issue.
St Kilda has overturned a 33-point deficit midway through the third quarter to stun West Coast by 20 points in a rousing comeback at Docklands.
Coming off the most embarrassing defeat in Brett Ratten’s tenure as coach, the Saints produced a scintillating turnaround to boot the last eight goals and storm over the top of the tired Eagles.
Young forward Max King came of age with a career-high, five-goal haul, while skipper Jack Steele was heroic with 33 disposals as the Saints won 15.12 (102) to 13.4 (82) to at least partly expunge the memory of last weekend’s 75-point loss to Essendon.
Few people would have bet on the stirring comeback, with West Coast seeming to be cruising towards their third victory of the season when Jack Petruccelle snapped his fourth goal 16 minutes into the third term.
But the Eagles would not register another score until 17 minutes into the final quarter as St Kilda’s exciting brand of football hit top gear to completely change the contest.
The Saints controlled most of the match in general play but the Eagles were more efficient going forward early.
But once St Kilda started using the ball better inside 50, the floodgates opened as small forwards Dan Butler (three goals) and Jack Billings recaptured form.
Rowan Marshall made a welcome return to boost St Kilda’s flailing ruck stocks, but he sent a scare through the Saints camp after heading down to the rooms for the last 10 minutes of the second quarter.
But Saints medical sub Ben Long was not needed as Marshall returned to play out the match.
West Coast lost captain Shannon Hurn to a calf injury in the first quarter, with debutant Isiah Winder replacing the veteran defender.
Medical sub Winder did not see a lot of the ball but capitalised when he did get it by kicking his first career goal early in the second term.
Tim English was the star performer in a three-pronged tall forward set-up as the Western Bulldogs continued their unbeaten start to the season with a 19-point win over the Brisbane Lions in Ballarat.
A cold and windy day in Ballarat was hardly tailor-made for marking forwards, but English (three goals and nine marks), Aaron Naughton (two goals and eight marks) and Josh Bruce (one goal) still combined for the bulk of the Bulldogs’ tally in the 10.13 (73) to 8.6 (54) victory.
Eight days ago, Bruce had slotted a career-best 10 goals in the Good Friday flogging of hapless North Melbourne.
Against the Lions, he mostly played third wheel to high-flying duo English and Naughton.
The Bulldogs had the better of the early going in Ballarat.
But they only led by eight points at the first change after Laitham Vandermeer was hit with a 50-metre penalty for moving on the mark, allowing Harris Andrews to slot a late goal.
With Naughton and Bruce both hitting the scoreboard in the second term, the Bulldogs pushed their advantage to 26 points at the long break.
The Lions briefly threatened to get back into the contest in the third quarter when they kicked successive goals for the first time through Zac Bailey and Eric Hipwood.
The Bulldogs were able to steady through the impressive English, who kicked a difficult set shot into the wind after being paid a contentious mark, allowing the home team to hold a 22-point lead at the final change.
The Lions kicked the first two goals of the fourth term, including a remarkable dribbling effort by Joe Daniher from outside the 50-metre arc near the boundary line.
But as they had done for most of the day, it was the Bulldogs who had the last laugh with Tom Liberatore landing a long-range goal with just eight seconds left on the clock.
Onballers Jack Macrae and Marcus Bontempelli, and defenders Alex Keath and Bailey Dale played well for the Bulldogs, while the Lions were well served by ruckman Oscar McInerney, midfielder Hugh McCluggage and backman Daniel Rich.
The Lions return to the Gabba to take on Essendon in round five, while the Bulldogs will look to extend their unbeaten start to the season against Gold Coast at Docklands.
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Liam Jones was one of Carlton’s best again tonight and he spoke to Channel Seven after the game…
Q: Career best form last week but another level tonight, nine intercept marks. You must be happy with where you are at with your footy. A: It is hard to get a handle on how the game is played this year with the new rule, but it is a big thing with us in defence. Where the boys position, allows me to take the marks and that’s my job. Credit to the team. It was a hard-fought win.
Q: We haven’t seen you kick a goal since 2016. You started your career as a forward. Nearly got there, mate. You will have to do it next week. A: I almost missed my boot a few times tonight. Hope I get another chance.
Q: It was stuff conditions tonight. You spoke about missing your boot. It is tough at night on the Gold Coast with the sweaty conditions. A: Yeah, it is. At the start it was really sticky in the first quarter, quarter and a half, and then the sweat comes down. It was like a wet weather game. We knew Gold Coast would be hard in the contest. The boys fought it out really well.
Q: We were talking in the call about how good a combination that you and Jacob Weitering have become. He did a great job on Ben King and with you taking so many intercept marks, it is a solid defence you have got together. A: The way he has developed, he is so strong and such a student of the game. I’ve learned so much off him. I would hate to play up against him every week.
Q: Jonesy, you spoke about the change in the game with some of the changes in the game with some of the rule changes this year. So, what adjustments have you had to make as a key defender? A: I think it is – you know, usually you could use the man on the mark for a bit of leverage, so the ball had to be popped a bit so you could afford to play back shoulder, now the way the ball is coming through the air, you almost have to play front. In the old system, if it goes over your head, you had someone to help. It is about being on your toes and reacting a bit faster.
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Football’s ghouls came to Marvel Stadium on Sunday. They were on the train home by half-time. Things would have been hurtling towards panic stations at Carlton had the Blues lost to middling Fremantle, but the crisis was averted and definitively so. Carlton were the better side pretty much from the outset, although first-quarter inaccuracy kept the Dockers in touch.
The pressure valve was released though after a dominant second quarter from David Teague’s men, which provided a glimpse of what is possible this year at Ikon Park. It took Fremantle until past the halfway point of the second term to register their first inside 50 for the quarter as Carlton controlled every line. By the long break the margin was 35, stretching beyond 10 goals during the third term before Freo belatedly stemmed the tide.
Liam Jones was like one of the towels you see advertised on a late-night infomercial, absorbing every drop spluttered by a sickly Dockers side. Lachie Fogarty – the lowest-profile of Carlton’s trio of trade and free agency recruits last year – was outstanding; a hive of activity both with and without the ball. Sam Walsh was typically excellent, while Patrick Cripps was battered but unbowed responding defiantly to those who questioned whether he could still star in the modern game.
Most damaging of all however was Harry McKay. Helped by his side’s territorial dominance, McKay monstered an undersized Fremantle backline, making mincemeat of Brennan Cox as he raced past his previous career-high of four goals en route to seven. Had it not been for sloppy finishing, he could well have become the second player to reach double figures at the ground for the weekend.
For Fremantle, it was a harsh reality check. Without captain Nat Fyfe – missing through concussion – the Dockers looked rudderless. Not that it mattered in the grand scheme of the game, but they also ended the match down to just 21 fit men, with Hayden Young (hamstring) and Lachlan Schultz (head knock) both worse for wear. It’s doubtful Fremantle have played worse in Justin Longmuir’s still relatively short tenure.
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This moment had been a long time coming. After six seasons away in Adelaide, and then another in which Victorian Blues fans couldn’t watch in person, the faithful were made to wait an extra couple of weeks to see Eddie Betts in the flesh. But like the great showman he is, Betts – in his 200th match for Carlton – delivered the day’s piece de resistance when he dribbled home from deep in the forward pocket late in the second quarter. It was like watching a legendary rock band perform a favourite hit years after their peak, the notes sounding all the sweeter for the years in exile and the knowledge that this is the start of the farewell tour.
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Melbourne hit the lead!
Kozzy Pickett converts a set shot.
GWS have tried to flood the defensive 50 most of the time this quarter, while Melbourne have put the clamps on the Giants’ ball movement.
It hasn’t worked for GWS. The Demons well on top now.
GWS 37 MEL 40 with four to play in Q2.
Melbourne close the gap
Charlie Spargo has kicked his first thanks to a deliberate out of bounds call.
He ran around from the boundary and snapped it through.
Interesting this game now with Davis AND Coniglio done for the day.
GWS 37 MEL 34 with six to play in Q2
Coniglio done for the day, here’s the incident
Stephen Coniglio has injured himself
He was felled in a tackle and he grabbed at his lower right leg.
Looks bad for the GWS captain. We will wait for an update to come through.
Meanwhile Kelly has snapped a second.
GWS 37 MEL 27 with 12 to play in Q2
Phil Davis is off injured
Former GWS captain Phil Davis (ankle) has come from the field injured and it looks as if the Giants’ medical substitute Nick Shipley is ready to come on, with 15 minutes left in the second term.
Bailey Fritsch from the boundary
Really neat set shot from Fritsch, who slots it from the boundary on the left side of the 50.
Melbourne have lifted this quarter and they worked that entry to Fritsch quite nicely.
Back to under a goal the margin.
GWS 31 MEL 27
Q2 begins in Canberra, Demons need to lift
We’re underway in the second quarter and the Demons need to defend better when GWS enter their forward 50, and do something about stopping the Giants spread.
Their winning the clearances Melbourne, but their pressure is nowhere near good enough right now.
They begin the quarter well. Luke Jackson marks from the centre clearance and converts the set shot. Nice pass by Nathan Jones too.
GWS 31 MEL 21
Super quarter for GWS
They did exactly as they needed. They came out sharp, focused and tough and have got the jump on the undefeated Demons.
The positive for Melbourne is that the margin isn’t more. It could have been worse with GWS clamping down on danger man Clayton Oliver really well (he has only had three touches).
This is a great test for Melbourne. They can afford to lose this if they want to play finals given they are 2-0, but if they want to prove they can be one of the very best teams, they need to win it.
GWS 31 MELB 15 at quarter time!
GWS have a fifth through Kelly
Greene won a free kick in a marking contest and the ball spilled out the back to Kelly, who gathered, took the advantage and kicked the goal.
Melbourne need the siren badly to re-group here. Kelly, along with the goal, has started very, very well.
GWS 30 MEL 14 with four to play in Q1
Goal for Christian Petracca
He steadies the ship for Melbourne and kicks a neat goal.
Interestingly, former Pies captain and coach Tony Shaw reckons his club are keen on getting Petracca to the team he supported as a kid. He said this on 3AW earlier today.
Not sure how that will work with a trade given the Pies 2021 first rounder will be used on Nick Daicos but interesting nonetheless.
GWS 24 MEL 13 with nine to go in Q1
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Carlton could play Gold Coast in Adelaide next week due to the COVID-19 outbreak in Queensland which has prompted the AFL to warn the Suns to be ready for a prolonged absence from the state.
The Suns have been told to prepare for the possibility, or likelihood, they could be unable to return to Queensland for three weeks after they were granted permission to fly to Adelaide to play the Crows this week.
The Suns are drawn to play Carlton at Metricon next round on the Saturday night. If they cannot return to the state that game would clearly have to be shifted.
“We were told to prepare for all contingencies by the AFL including being out of Queensland for more than a week,” Gold Coast CEO Mark Evans said.
“Our initial response is to make sure we have training facilities for us in Adelaide. We expect things to evolve over the next 48 hours whether that game (against Carlton at Metricon next week) can take place in Queensland or not.“
The AFL is exploring all contingencies for that eventuality.
Presently there are games in Melbourne at both the MCG and Marvel Stadium on Saturday and Sunday, as well as a game in Ballarat on the Saturday afternoon, so the idea of flipping the game from an Gold Coast home game to a Carlton home game and playing it at Marvel Stadium is problematic if it is held on either Saturday or Sunday.
The options for rescheduling the game include it being held still in its scheduled time slot on Saturday night to minimise disruption to the fixture for length of breaks between games but hold the match in Adelaide.
Other options include staging it in Melbourne but moving the day.
That option opens up the possibility of the game being on the Monday night at Marvel Stadium.
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