Port Adelaide Power vs Carlton Blues: AFL live scores, blog

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    Port Adelaide vs. Carlton

    Adelaide Oval
    AFL Home and Away April 21, 2017
    Port Adelaide 137, Carlton 47
    Port Adelaide Carlton
     G B Pts G B Pts
    Q15333   1410
    Q28654   2921
    Q31416100   2921
    Q42017137   61147

    The Port Adelaide Power will look to reassert their claim as a genuine finals contender in 2017 as they take on the Carlton Blues at Adelaide Oval tonight. Join The Roar for live scores from the match and a live blog of the game, starting from 7:50pm AEST.

    Port started the season playing better football than most punters had expected. That came to a crashing halt when they had to ran into Adelaide and GWS, who, if you believe the media, are genuine premiership contenders.

    Both clubs have been playing excellent footy, so neither of those losses are anything to be too embarrassed about. Port is also buoyed by the return of Paddy Ryder from injury and there’s no doubt that should assist them in winning the ball out of the middle. He’s definitely my player to watch for the match.

    Everyone can make all the Carlton jokes in the world. They certainly have made an art form out of being extraordinarily average for a long period.

    While they have a solid midfield led by Bryce Gibbs and Marc Murphy, a poor offence has kept them leaving the bottom end of the ladder. The loss of Matthew Kruezer in the ruck to soreness late in the week is likely to hurt the Blues.

    Most experts think this should be an easy one for the Power but they have lost their last two against the Blues, though both were by less than a goal.

    The home ground advantage and signs of a much improved Port early in the season makes me think this should be a comfortable win to the Power, but it may be a little closer than people are anticipating.

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    Quarter 1
    1' BEHIND - Jared Polec (Port Adelaide)
    2' GOAL - Charlie Dixon (Port Adelaide)
    3' BEHIND - Brad Ebert (Port Adelaide)
    5' GOAL - Jared Polec (Port Adelaide)
    9' GOAL - Aidyn Johnson (Port Adelaide)
    13' GOAL - Robbie Gray (Port Adelaide)
    14' BEHIND - Rushed (Carlton)
    18' BEHIND - Marc Murphy (Carlton)
    24' BEHIND - Justin Westhoff (Port Adelaide)
    26' GOAL - Chad Wingard (Port Adelaide)
    28' GOAL - Levi Casboult (Carlton)
    30' BEHIND - Rushed (Carlton)
    30' BEHIND - Lachie Plowman (Carlton)
    Quarter 2
    1' GOAL - Justin Westhoff (Port Adelaide)
    5' GOAL - Levi Casboult (Carlton)
    9' BEHIND - Brad Ebert (Port Adelaide)
    10' GOAL - Jared Polec (Port Adelaide)
    17' BEHIND - Sam Gray (Port Adelaide)
    17' BEHIND - Chad Wingard (Port Adelaide)
    19' BEHIND - Bryce Gibbs (Carlton)
    20' BEHIND - Patrick Cripps (Carlton)
    22' BEHIND - Tom Williamson (Carlton)
    23' BEHIND - Sam Petrevski-Seton (Carlton)
    26' BEHIND - Levi Casboult (Carlton)
    28' GOAL - Charlie Dixon (Port Adelaide)
    Quarter 3
    1' BEHIND - Chad Wingard (Port Adelaide)
    2' GOAL - Sam Gray (Port Adelaide)
    4' GOAL - Aaron Young (Port Adelaide)
    5' BEHIND - Robbie Gray (Port Adelaide)
    8' GOAL - Robbie Gray (Port Adelaide)
    11' BEHIND - Robbie Gray (Port Adelaide)
    12' BEHIND - Aaron Young (Port Adelaide)
    14' BEHIND - Robbie Gray (Port Adelaide)
    15' GOAL - Robbie Gray (Port Adelaide)
    17' BEHIND - Jackson Trengove (Port Adelaide)
    18' BEHIND - Chad Wingard (Port Adelaide)
    19' BEHIND - Chad Wingard (Port Adelaide)
    24' GOAL - Jackson Trengove (Port Adelaide)
    27' BEHIND - Robbie Gray (Port Adelaide)
    28' BEHIND - Jared Polec (Port Adelaide)
    29' GOAL - Aidyn Johnson (Port Adelaide)
    Quarter 4
    2' GOAL - Levi Casboult (Carlton)
    5' BEHIND - Cameron Polson (Carlton)
    8' GOAL - Matthew Broadbent (Port Adelaide)
    9' GOAL - Jack Silvagni (Carlton)
    12' GOAL - Jackson Trengove (Port Adelaide)
    14' GOAL - Bryce Gibbs (Carlton)
    16' GOAL - Aaron Young (Port Adelaide)
    18' BEHIND - Jasper Pittard (Port Adelaide)
    21' BEHIND - Jack Silvagni (Carlton)
    22' GOAL - Jackson Trengove (Port Adelaide)
    26' GOAL - Levi Casboult (Carlton)
    28' GOAL - Robbie Gray (Port Adelaide)
    30' GOAL - Robbie Gray (Port Adelaide)

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    • Roar Guru

      Caitlin Doyle said | 10:10pm | ! Report

      In a very small positive, Gibbs’ goal means that Carlton surpass the lowest score ever at Adelaide Oval.

    • Roar Guru

      AdelaideDocker said | 10:07pm | ! Report

      As someone who sat through a dreadful performance by a visiting team against Port at AO a few weeks ago, I can only offer my sympathies to Carlton supporters.

      It ain’t a good feeling.

    • Roar Guru

      Caitlin Doyle said | 10:06pm | ! Report

      And the bloodbath just continues.

      Trengove kicks another for the Power.

      This is going to give them more than a handy percentage boost for the season.

      For the mentality of these young Carlton lads, I hope the lead doesn’t get past triple figures, but that’s what on the table at the moment.

    • Roar Guru

      Caitlin Doyle said | 10:03pm | ! Report

      Son of SOS kicks a goal for Carlton.

      Silvagni becomes just Carlton’s second goal scorer for the evening.

    • Roar Guru

      Caitlin Doyle said | 10:02pm | ! Report


      A great kick from Broadbent there from 55 metres out.

      It’s such a key skill for a midfielder. Port extend their lead to 78 points.

    • 10:01pm
      SmithHatesMaxwell said | 10:01pm | ! Report

      The soccer has been a cracker if you are getting bored with the football.

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