HARBOURSPORT  
Photos by Michael Shillito
ROUND 3 - CARLTON v ESSENDON
Melbourne Cricket Ground, Saturday 11th April 2009.
The cheer squads set
up their banners
Robert Walls makes a
point
Here come the
Bombers
Essendon's pre-match
warm up
Carlton enter the arena
Carlton win the first
hit-out uncontested
Brendan Fevola takes
an early shot at goal
The Blues clear out of
defence
Matthew Lloyd from
the 50m line
Marking contest on the
Carlton forward line
Essendon's cheer
squad celebrate a goal
Cameron Cloke goes
up for a mark
Ricky Dyson looks for
an attacking option
The teams flood the
corridor
Empty seats in the
MCC, but the outer
was well populated
A Carlton shot from an
impossible angle
Quarter time in the
Carlton huddle
Angus Monfries is in
pole position for the
ball
Pat Ryder grabs the
ball in the centre circle
Courtenay Dempsey
goes for a run
Alwyn Davey grabs the
crumbs
Scott Lucas takes a
set shot
Brett Thornton goes
for the speckie
Is there a better sight
in footy than a big
crowd at the MCG?
Boundary throw-in
Andrew Lovett on the
run
Lovett shoots from a
tight angle
Matthew Lloyd shoots
from just inside 50
Chris Judd lays a tackle
The full moon brought
the ferals out
The Blues score and
go back in front
Scott Lucas goes back
after taking a mark
Carlton win a hit-out
Jay Neagle tackles
Chris Judd
Dustin Fletcher goes
up for a mark
The pack forms in the
centre circle
A brouhaha on the
Bomber forward line
Matthew Lloyd takes a
50m penalty
Brett Thornton swings
at Alwyn Davey
Davey gets a free, and
the Bombers are in
front
Marking contest on the
wing
Pears gathers an
uncontested touch
The ball runs out of
bounds
Fletcher and Daniher
spoil Fevola
The Bombers at
three-quarter time
Hayden Skipworth
from the wing
Jason Winderlich
shoots from the pocket
Fevola shoots for the
Blues
Confirmation of a
bumper crowd
Ball up in the goal
square
Lucas is tackled before
he can kick
The Bombers score,
and the crowd goes
wild
Grigg clears for the
Blues
Carlton score, there's
less than a kick in it
Bombers hold the ball
up on the wing
It's all over, the
Bombers win.
The scoreboard tells
the tale
The Bombers celebrate
The Blues lament the
game that got away
While the Bombers
leave in triumph