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Blues Dominate Demons in Wet Weather Clash at the MCG

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Carlton and Melbourne faced off in a highly anticipated clash at the MCG, with the Blues aiming to bounce back from recent losses and the Demons looking to continue their winning streak. Carlton welcomed back key players Mitch McGovern and Jack Martin, while Melbourne saw the return of Jake Bowey.

With the rain tumbling down at the MCG, the conditions proved challenging for both teams. Carlton’s star defender Jacob Weitering was under scrutiny after recent performances, with experts like David King emphasizing the importance of getting him back to his best form.

As the game unfolded, Carlton took control early on, with Sam Walsh making a significant impact. The Blues dominated the first quarter, keeping Melbourne scoreless and establishing a commanding lead.

Christian Petracca emerged as a key player for Melbourne, single-handedly trying to bring his team back into the contest. Despite his efforts, Carlton maintained their lead, with strong performances from players like Patrick Cripps and Tom De Koning.

At half-time, Carlton held a comfortable lead, with Walsh continuing to shine with his exceptional performance. Jacob Weitering’s influence in defense was crucial in halting Melbourne’s attacks.

In the second half, Melbourne fought back, but Carlton’s defense remained solid. The Blues ultimately emerged victorious, showcasing their dominance in the wet weather conditions.

Rachel Adams

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