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Carlton Football Club Carlton North, Victoria

The Carlton Football Club, founded in 1864, is the third oldest of the Victorian-based league clubs and in 1897 became a foundation member of the VFL (now AFL). It has been victorious in more Grand Finals than any other club in League history.

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PO Box 83 Carlton North Victoria 3054
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+61 9389 6200; (03) 9387 1400

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Ikon Park 400 Royal Parade Carlton North Victoria

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Colour Magazine - Football Record - Grand Final Special Souvenir 1986 - First Edition

Colour Magazine

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Football Record - Grand Final Special Souvenir 1986 - First Edition Hawthorn 5.6 8.8 15.9 16.14 110 Sat 27-Sep-1986 2:50 PM Att: 101,861 Venue: M.C.G. Carlton 1.5 4.11 6.13 9.14 68 Hawthorn won by 42 pts

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Colour Magazine - AFL Record - Semi-Finals 2000 - Carlton vs Brisbane Lions

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AFL Record - Semi-Finals 2000 - Carlton vs Brisbane Lions Carlton 3.3 10.5 18.9 23.13 151 Sat 19-Aug-2000 2:30 PM Att: 56,924 Venue: M.C.G. Brisbane Lions 3.1 4.4 9.4 10.9 69 Carlton won by 82 pts Goals - Hamill 7, Fevola 4, Allan 3

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Colour Magazine - Herald Sun - Football's Fabulous Century - Collector Series Part 7 - Carlton

large newspaper lift out booklet

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Collectible newspaper lift out published by the Herald Sun in 1999, featuring club history, statistics, and team of the century.

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Colour Magazine - Inside Carlton 1998 Yearbook

Colour Magazine 52 Pages

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Annual post season CFC Magazine

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Colour Magazine - Football Record

A colour magazine the AFL Grand Final 1995 v Geelong

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AFL Record 1995 Grand Final

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For Carlton it was their 16th Premiership and to date (2019) their last. Carlton defeated Geelong 21.15 (141) to 11.14 (80). The match attendance was 93670. For Carlton the major goal kickers were Captain Stephen Kernahan 5. Greg Williams 5 & Brad Pearce 4. Carlton won 16 games in a row including the Grand Final and since it represented Carlton's 16th Premiership it was dubbed "Sweet Sixteen" Norm Smith medalist (best on ground) was Greg Williams. A significant contribution to the win was full back Stephen Silvagni holding Geelong's champion full forward to no goals.

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Colour Magazine - THE RIVALRY

Glossy Colour Magazine

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Until 1996 the complete history of the rivalry between Carlton & Collingwood

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The production attempts successfully to trace the fierce rivalry between Carlton & Collingwood since the first match in 1892. There are various sections confined to Marks, Heroes Wild Ones & Stats. The publication contains many photos, articles and importantly vital statistics covering all aspects of between games Carlton & Collingwood. Every result for matches to 1996 are given.

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Colour Magazine - Inside Carlton August 1997 magazine

Colour magazine 32 pages

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CFC magazine, August 1997 Edition. Featuring Alex Jesaulenko's mark over Graeme Jenkin on the front cover.

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Colour Magazine - April Edition of the Inside Carlton Magazine 1998

Colour magazine 32 pages

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Monthly edition of the CFC 'Inside Carlton' Magazine. Issued on April 5th, 1998.

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Colour Magazine - Inside Carlton 1997 Yearbook

Colour Magazine 48 pages

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1997 Annual Carlton Football Club yearbook.

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Colour Magazine - Centenary Souvenir Edition Football Record

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A souvenir football record, which included a free ticket to the Ansett Australia Cup. This record was to celebrate "100 years of the World's Greatest Game".

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Colour Magazine - Carlton 1986

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Yearbook 1986 season CFC recording facts and figures of 1986 team. Also includes history of CFC documenting past premierships. Author Garrie Hutchinson

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Foreword by then President John Elliot

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Colour Magazine - CFC 1992 Annual Report and Balance Sheet

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CFC 1992 ANNUAL REPORT & BALANCE SHEET Document. Documents club staff, players for 1992 season. Includes records of results, award winner, milestones etc.

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Foreword by John Elliot President

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Colour Magazine - CFC 1991 Annual Report and Balance Sheet

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CFC 1991 ANNUAL REPORT & BALANCE SHEET. Documents club staff, players for 1991 season. Includes records of results and award winners etc

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Foreword by President John Elliot

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Colour Magazine - AFL Record v Melbourne QF 2000

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AFL Record QF 2000 Carlton 87 lost to Melbourne 96 Goal Kickers for Carl Lappin 3 Whitnall 3

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Finals were played earlier due to MCG being required for Olympics Soccer 2000

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Colour Magazine - Inside Football Volume 31

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Inside Football football magazine, issue number 31, posted on August 23rd, 2000. Front cover featuring James Hird and Craig Bradley.

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Colour Magazine - Blues' News newsletter August edition, 1996

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August 2000 edition of the official newsletter of the Carlton Football Club, 'Blues' news'.

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Colour Magazine - Inside Carlton 2007 Official Season Guide

88 Page colour magazine.

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The 2007 Official Inside Carlton Season Guide. The cover of the issue starring Marc Murphy (left), Lance Whitnall (centre) and Bryce Gibbs (right).

Carlton Football Club, Carlton North

Colour Magazine - THE RIVALRY

Glossy Colour Magazine

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Until 1996 the complete history of the rivalry between Carlton & Collingwood

Significance

The production attempts successfully to trace the fierce rivalry between Carlton & Collingwood since the first match in 1892. There are various sections confined to Marks, Heroes Wild Ones & Stats. The publication contains many photos, articles and importantly vital statistics covering all aspects of between games Carlton & Collingwood. Every result for matches to 1996 are given.

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Colour Magazine - Sports Weekly

Softcover colour magazine

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Previews 1995 season, when Carlton subsequently won the premiership. From Roger Skien Collection.

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Article on Trent Hotton as a Collingwood player, later played for Carlton. Article on Carlton player Mark Cullen and a predicted best 21 for Carlton. From Roger Skien Collection.

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Colour Magazine - The Blues Yearbook 1972

Colour Magazine

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Record of 1972 Premiership Year

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Yearbook of 1972 Premiership Season. The foreword is by the Carlton President George Harris

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Front Cover many player autographs from 1972 playing list including premiership players. 1972 Summary Carlton would win their 11th Premiership by defeating Richmond by 27 points at the MCG. This win would be our 3rd Premiership in 5 years, and from 4 Grand Finals (1968, 1969, 1970 and 1972) in one of the more successful streaks in our Club's proud history. In a high scoring game, Carlton scored 28.9.177 to Richmond, 22.18.150. 1972 marked the introduction of the final 5 for the first time in VFL history, one year too late for the club, which had finished fifth in the previous year. Carlton and Richmond were by far the best two clubs during the home and away season, with the Blues finishing 1st with an 18 win, 1 draw and 3 loss record, 2 points ahead of the Tigers in second place. The club played consistent footy all year, never losing two games in a row. Winning streaks included 5 in a row (rounds 5 to 9) and 8 in a row to finish the last eight home and away games. With the introduction of the Elimination Final for the first time, Carlton was the only club to have a bye in the first week of finals. In the second week, we would meet Richmond after they had comfortably accounted for Collingwood in the Qualifying Final. The Semi Final would be a great game, with the Blues opening a 13 point lead by three quarter time. Richmond would kick 4 goals in the last term to level the match by the final siren, 8.13 (61) being scored by each side. In the Semi Final Replay the Tigers would kick away from the Blues in the second quarter, winning comfortably and advancing directly to the Grand Final. St Kilda were slightly better than Carlton in the first half of the Preliminary Final, holding an 11 point half time lead. The Blues would show why they were currently a competition power in the second half, kicking 9 goals to 5 to beat the Saints by 16 points, and advance to the clubs fourth Grand Final in five years. Carlton would smash Richmond in the Grand Final, kicking 8 goals in the first quarter, 10 goals in the second, and 7 goals in the third to lead by 54 points at three quarter time. The Tigers would kick 7 goals to 3 in the final term to add some respectability to the final score, but the result was never in doubt. Ladder Pos Team Wins Draws Losses Points For Against % 1 Carlton 18 1 3 74 327.275.2237 228.298.1666 134.3 2 Richmond 18 0 4 72 358.321.2469 293.340.2098 117.7 3 Collingwood 14 1 7 58 343.280.2338 246.271.1747 133.8 4 St Kilda 14 0 8 56 283.291.1989 241.275.1721 115.6 5 Essendon 14 0 8 56 333.319.2317 307.298.2140 108.3 6 Hawthorn 13 0 9 52 324.333.2277 295.280.2050 111.1 7 Footscray 11 0 11 44 273.292.1930 289.304.2038 94.7 8 Melbourne 10 0 12 40 290.303.2043 276.273.1929 105.9 9 Fitzroy 9 0 13 36 282.305.1997 296.286.2062 96.8 10 Geelong 7 0 15 28 285.284.1994 344.305.2369 84.2 11 Sth Melbourne 2 0 20 8 206.277.1513 340.283.2323 65.1 12 Nth Melbourne 1 0 21 4 226.272.1628 375.339.2589 62.9 People of 1972 Captain: John Nicholls Coach: John Nicholls Leading Goal-kicker: Greg Kennedy - 76 Best & Fairest: Geoff Southby Leading Brownlow votes: Alex Jesaulenko, Trevor Keogh - 11 Milestones Debuts: Rod Austin, Eric Pascoe, David Dickson, Greg Kennedy Lower Levels Reserves: The Blues also competed in the Reserves Preliminary Final. The team can be viewed here.

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Colour Magazine BLUE HEAVEN - BLUE HEAVEN

Colour Magazine A4

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Magazine Celebrating Carlton Football 16 VFL/AFL Premierships since 1897 OFFICIAL AFL

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Colour photograph - Bert Deacon Squad 1990

Colour photograph mounted on cardboard

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Team photograph. From Roger Skien Collection. Records scores of game - final Scores: Carlton 17-16-118 defeated Richmond 3-5-23. Back Row: Mark Leitch (Trainer), John Bekiaris, Paul Scerri, Matt Shotton, Gavin Green, Andrew Petridis, Danny Waters, Peter Ward, Keith Leitch (head Trainer) Centre Row: Kinnear Beatson (Development Officer), Adam McConnell, Wayne Charlton, Paul Malcolm, Mathew Carmichael, Michael Robertson, Bradley Smith, Tony Jones, Glenn Indian, Danny Corsetti, Patrick Hall, Russell Roberts (Trainer). Front Row: Roger Skien (Team Manager), Paul Mullarvey, Paul Rastevski, Chris Doyle, Darren Sharp (Captain), Trevor Keogh (Coach), Aaron Roche (Vice Captain), Peter Diciero, David Watson, Karson Stimson, Antony Clarkson (Assistant Manager).

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Colour photograph - Under 19 Team 1987

Colour team photograph mounted on cardboard

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Carlton Football Club Under 19 Team 1987. From Roger Skien Collection. Fifth Row (Standing): Frank Finn (Assistant Statistician), Doug Castledine (Training Assistant), Geoff Taylor (Runner), John Lamont (Trainer), Colin Jones (Statistician), Keith Leitch (Head Trainer), Tom McLeod (Trainer), Wayne Gilbert (Property Steward), Cameron Miller (Trainer). Fourth Row (Standing): Luke O'Sullivan, Haydn Draper, John D'Angelo, Peter Mark, Brendan Dixon, Fraser Brown, Mark Bowring, Ross Andrews, Craig Tough, Dean White, Mark Hughes. Third Row (Standing): Robert Miller, Michael Scicluna, Michael Dodorico, Paul McConville, Danny Noonan, Craig Symons, Roger Boxtell, Steven Symons, Heath Buck, Jamie Marra, Matt Rossin. Second Row (Seated): Geoff Walsh (Recruiting Co-ordinator), Roger Skien (Team Manager), Ashley Mathews, Nick Goodear (Deputy Vice Captain), Phil Poursanidis (Captain), Ross Henshaw (Coach), Justin Coburn (Vice Captain), Brendan Lowther, Andrew Cavedon, John Vincent (Committeeman), Simon Tori, Chris Heverin (Development Officer). Front Row (Seated): Greg Marra, Brad Langbourne, Craig Sadler, Tony Hamill, Andrew McKinnon, Darren Cope, Michael Gravina, Mark Bouw, Peter White, Paul Donohue Absent: Dr. Richard Ingram, Mark Rowe (P.E. Instructor)

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Colour photograph - Under 19 team 1984

Colour team photograph mounted on cardboard

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From Roger Skien Collection. Back Row: J. Smith, D. Zerna, P. James, B. Whitemore, J. Rainone, P. Albon, J. Baker (P.E. Instructor) 2nd Back Row: G. Warry (Development Officer), J. Stevens (P.E. Instructor), A. McKinnon, G. Hatvani, P. Starbuck, D. Forbes, M. Hanna, P. Cronin, D. Bolzonello (Doctor), K. Newman (Committee). 3rd Back Row: R. Shuttleworth (Trainer), W. Burke, J. Hullin, D. Krittemeyer, R. Lowery, A. Price, G. Evans, P. Muscat, N. Fitzpatrick (Property Steward), H Turner (Trainer) 2nd Row: L. Jones (Head Trainer), D. Nardella, J. Dunlop, P. Higgins, P. Lumicisi (Vice Captain), T. Keogh (Coach), S. Baldwin (Captain), S. Glasscott, I. Aitken, J. Vincent (Runner), R. Skien (Team Manager), A. Lugg (Treasurer, Time keeper). Front Row: P. Wilkinson, P Merson, J. Cook, M. Hailes, S, Gray, S. Potter, D. Fitzgerald, M. Turgut, W. Pepper.

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Colour photograph - Under 16 Bert Deacon Squad 17 July1991

Colour photograph mounted on cardboard

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Under 16 Bert Deacon Squad. From Roger Skien Collection. Final Scores Carlton 11-12-78 defeated Richmond 10-6-66. 17 July 1991. Back Row: Damian Lievesley, Travis Keogh, Enzo Tomasiello, Renei Pilapil, Brad Lloyd, Brendan McCarthy, Michael Mobilia, Simon Ockwell. Centre Row: Gerard Murphy (Fitness Adviser and Runner), Nathan Bodey, Shane Thompson, Travis Martin, Dale Richter, Andrei Petersen, Mathew Wallis, Andrew Bishop, Roger Skien (Team Manager) Front Row: Justin Carusi, Malcolm Mackwell, Glen Wallace, Daniel Hargraves (Captain), Trevor Keogh (Coach), Daniel Richards, Jamie Hawking, Shane Crosbie, Toby Evans, Adam Gatherum. Absent: Steve Samie, Ian Morelli

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Colour Photograph - 1988 Under 19 Carlton Football Club Squad

Colour photograph mounted on cardboard

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Under 19 Carlton Football squad from 1988. Finished 4th on the competition ladder. From Roger Skien Collection. Back Row: Cameron Miller (Trainer), Rohan Bromley (Trainer), Frank Finn (Timekeeper), Peter Frawley (Assistant Manager), Colin Jones (statistician), Keith Leitch (Head Trainer), Wayne Gilbert (Property Steward), Jamie Brown (statistician) Centre Row: Mark Leitch (Trainer), Brad Ryan, Peter Mark, Andrew Greenall, Paul Whybrow, Paul Honey, Chris Leigh (Statistician) Richard Ingram (Doctor) Front Row: Brent Clayton, ,Michael Dodorico, John Markham, Ray Davis, Michael Barron-Toop, Scott Langan, Damien Munivrana, Greg Francis, Simon Lloyd, Brett Ratten, Nick Garnham Sitting on chairs: Roger Skien (Team Manager) Dean Adams, Paul McMaster, Brendan Lowther, Brendan Dixon (Captain), Ross Henshaw (Coach), Jamie Marra (Deputy Vice Captain), Sel Hunt, Andrew Cavedon, Jason Albon, Kinnear Beatson (Assistant Coach) Sitting on Ground; Ibrahim Kaakour, Mark Bouw, Nick Cox, Jamin Vella, Steven Gemmill, Darren Mays, Matt Rossin, Brad Langborne, Paul Donohue

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Colour Photograph - Under 19 1986 Carlton Football Club side

Coloured photograph mounted on cardboard.

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From Roger Skien Collection. Back Row: W.Gilbert (Property Steward), J. Cpburn, M. Gravina, P. Kalegerakos, M. Rossin, D.White, A. Mckinnon, J. Lamont (Trainer) 2nd Back Row: R. Skien (Team Manager), D. Filo, R. Andrews, B. Dixon, G. O'Mera, D. Ellis, J. D'Angelo, G. Buck, B. Wallis (Trainer) Center Row: J. Vincent, S. Kerr, I. Atiken, D. Noonan, G. Potter, J. Hullin, W. Burke, D. Bolzonello (Doctor), L. Jones (Head Trainer) G. Walsh (Development Officer) Front Row: B. Baker, G. Reynoldson, M. Edwards, P. Starbuck (Captain), D. McKay (Assistant Coach), G. Southby (Coach) A. Bassett (Vice Captain), I. Wrigglesworth, P. Poursanidis, T. Holding (Runner) Sitting: P. Donohue, H. Buck, B. Carter, M. Vincent, S. Graham, B. Cavigan

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Colour photograph - Bert Deacon Scholarship Squad 1989

Colour photograph mounted on cardboard

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From Roger Skien Collection. Back Row: Mark White, Anthony Bright, Stephen Hayes, Danny Scollo, Steve Sammut, Shayne Jackson (Deputy Vice Captain), Sylvester Cafiso, Mathew Bouw, Paul Pezzin. Middle Row: Dean Tagliariol, Lou Ciabottie, Mark Stepien, Mark Aiello, Darren Anderson (Vice Captain), Craig Callec, Grant Ronaldson, Daniel Stones, Julian Shanks (Captain), Darren Veldhuizen Front Row: Chris Heverin (Development Officer), Warren Cruse, Justin Randell, Mathew Hall, Trevor Keogh (coach), Andrew Ryan, Greg Mighall, Heath Mathews, Roger Skien (Manager). Contains full record of squad match against Richmond. Bert Deacon Squad 3-3-21, 4-5-29,9-7-61, 13-11-89. defeated Michael Roach Squad 1-1-7, 6-2-38, 7-3-45, 9-4-58. Goalkickers: G. Mighall - 9, S. Jackson - 1, D. Anderson - 1, M. Aiello - 1, M. Hall - 1. CFC Past Players Trophy G. Mighall. Includes team lineup and best players

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Colour Photograph - Craig Bradley

Colour Photo of Craig Bradley

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Colour Photo Carlton Player Craig Bradley

Significance

Craig Bradley most things in Football both in South Australia & Carlton FC. To date (2019) he is Carlton's games record holder. Career : 1986 - 2002 Debut : Round 1, 1986 vs Hawthorn, aged 22 years, 159 days Carlton Player No. 931 Games : 375 Goals : 247 Last Game : Round 19, 2002 vs Port Adelaide, aged 38 years, 291 days Guernsey No. 21 Height : 182 cm (5 ft. 11 in.) Weight : 81 kg (12 stone, 11 lbs.) DOB : 23 October, 1963 Premiership Player 1987, 1995 Carlton Legend Carlton Hall of Fame (1995) Best and Fairest 1986, 1988, 1993 All Australian 1986, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997 Captain 1998-2002 Team of the Century: Wing International Rules Series vs Ireland : 2000, 2001 (captain), 2002

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Colour Poster - Carlton The Mighty Blues, 1987 finalists (caricatures by Rogers)

Paper poster

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Caricatures of major Carlton players from 1987 including Stephen Silvagni, Stephen Kernahan, Justin Madden, Jon Dorotich, Craig Bradley, Ken Hunter, David Rhys-Jones, Wayne Johnston, David Glascott, Mark Naley. From Roger Skien Collection.

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