How the Carlton Blues won

He booted long to the top of the goal square, where Blake Acres, who had already entered Carlton folklore – not quite Ted Hopkins of 1970, but making a case for posterity after his near best afield game v Sydney – leapt in a two on one and clunked what was the match’s most consequential mark.

Acres played from the goal square and for, a second, it seemed he’d missed the unmissable. But the rapture behind the goals signalled that the Blues were a point ahead.

The critical moment: Blake…

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