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Carlton: The Blues faced an Adelaide outfit that finally found its mojo after a disappointing pre-season. While they had trouble stopping Crows forward Taylor Walker and coughed up big leads on two occasions, the Blues showed tremendous fighting spirit. They ran down a five-goal final quarter deficit to almost pinch victory, losing by just three points.
Brisbane Lions: The Lions took advantage of a depleted Collingwood squad to march into their first pre-season decider since 2007 with an emphatic 34-point win. Far from full strength themselves, the Lions were missing Black, Redden, Leuenberger, Maguire and Staker, but showed a stark improvement from 2012 with four-quarter intensity and a more ferocious hunger around the contest.
WHAT THEY SAY
Carlton: “We made a number of basic errors in our back half. It’s just another extension of being better under pressure. We must improve defensively.” – Mick Malthouse
Brisbane Lions: “It’s all about winning games and creating that culture. To have a little trophy in the cabinet would be nice. It’s been a while.” – Daniel Merrett
Brisbane :The Brisbane Lions is an Australian rules football club which plays in the Australian Football League (AFL). The club is based in Brisbane, Queensland. The club was formed in 1996 from the merger of the Fitzroy Lions and the Brisbane Bears. It is the most successful AFL club of the 21st century (2001–present), having appeared in four consecutive AFL Grand Finals between 2001 and 2004, winning three premierships (2001, 2002 and 2003).
Brisbane Squads: 1.Sam Docherty, 2. Ryan Harwood, 3. Brent Moloney, 5. Billy Longer, 6. Josh Green, 8. Rohan Bewick, 9. Ashley McGrath, 10. Daniel Rich, 12. Stefan Martin, 13. Callum Bartlett, 15. Dayne Zorko, 17. Claye Beams, 18. Todd Banfield, 19. Jordan Lisle, 21. Daniel Merrett, 22. Marco Paparone, 24. Joel Patfull, 25. Richard Newell, 26. Elliot Yeo, 28. Patrick Karnezis, 29. Andrew Raines, 30. Jack Redden, 31. James Polkinghorne, 35. Ryan Lester, 36. Matt Maguire, 37. Patrick Wearden, 38. Tom Rockliff, 40. Niall McKeever, 41. Mitch Golby, 42. Justin Clarke, 44. Aaron Cornelius, 46. Sam Michael, 48. Stephen Wrigley
Carlton : The Carlton Football Club is a professional Australian rules football club based in Melbourne, Victoria. The club competes in the Australian Football League, and was one of the eight founding members of that competition in 1897. The club originally represented the suburb of Carlton in Melbourne’s inner north, and its nickname is the Blues, which comes from the navy blue colour which it has traditionally worn in its playing uniform. It is based at Princes Park in Carlton, and played its home matches there throughout most of its history, but currently plays its home matches at either Docklands Stadium or the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Carlton has historically been one of the AFL’s most successful clubs, having won sixteen senior premierships throughout its history, equal with Essendon as the most of any club.
Carlton Squad: 1. Andrew Walker, 3.Marc Murphy, 4. Bryce Gibbs, 6. Kade Simpson, 7. Dylan Buckley, 9. Kane Lucas, 10. Matthew Watson, 11. Robert Warnock, 12. Mitch Robinson, 13. Chris Yarran, 14. Brock McLean, 15. Jeremy Laidler, 16. Andrew Collins, 17. Sam Rowe, 19. Eddie Betts, 20. Rhys O’Keeffe, 21. Josh Bootsma, 22. Shaun Hampson, 23. Lachie Henderson, 24. Patrick McCarthy, 27. Dennis Armfield, 28. Tom Bell, 31. Marcus Davies, 34. Nick Duigan, 35. Ed Curnow, 38. Jeff Garlett, 40. Michael Jamison, 41. Levi Casboult, 42. Zach Tuohy, 43. Simon White, 44. Andrew Carrazzo, 45. Aaron Joseph, 46. David Ellard
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