Carlton Blues snatch victory from despondent Melbourne Demons

A final-minute Blake Acres goal has propelled Carlton into a preliminary final after a pulsating semi-final with a Melbourne team that has suffered consecutive straight-sets September exits.

Matthew Kennedy – only playing after Harry McKay (concussion) and Jack Martin (suspension) were forced outs – dribbled through a late behind to seal a two-point victory that triggered an eruption from the Blues faithful when the siren sounded seconds later.

The match-winning play unfolded when Sam…

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