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Eagles edge Blues to move top

14 juni 2012 14:40

The Blues came back from 26 points down to take the lead early in the fourth quarter, only for West Coast to regain the momentum with four consecutive goals and secure a victory that saw them move back to the top of the ladder.

Carlton's fifth defeat in six games leaves them with a 6-6 record, outside the top eight on percentage despite having played one more game than their finals rivals, yet the 10.19 (79) to 10.9 (69) defeat was particularly brutal for former Eagle Chris Judd.

The Blues skipper was booed throughout the night by the Eagles fans who adored him when he led them to the 2006 premiership and finished with just 12 possessions after failing to get a touch for the first 22 minutes.

And it was Judd's ill-disciplined act of giving away after 50 metre penalty, albeit a questionable one, after being penalised for a free-kick that allowed Dean Cox to kick the sealing goal as the club celebrated its 600th AFL game.

Scott Selwood restricted Judd at the stoppages and also had 33 disposals, while Nic Naitanui had one of his most influential games with 31 hit-outs and a career-high 25 possessions. Matt Priddis (30 touches) was also excellent in a victory only blighted by Will Schofield's leg injury.

Andrew Carrazzo (28 disposals and 10 tackles) and Heath Scotland (26 possessions) both performed impressively in their first games back from injury, yet it was not enough to stop Brett Ratten's men from falling further into a crisis.

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