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Match-day guide: Round 9

Carlton Media  May 16, 2018 2:22 PM

Classic Matches | Melbourne Prepare yourself for the Blues' game this week with a trip down memory lane to a classic Carlton match. This week's classic match is from Round 11, 1995.

AFTER last Saturday’s victory over the arch-enemy Essendon, the Blues now turn their attention to the Demons for their Round 9 Carlton Respects match.

ROUND 9

Carlton v Melbourne
Sunday 20 May
MCG at 1:10pm

HEAD-TO-HEAD

Played 211
Won 118
Lost 91
Draws 2

AGE BREAKDOWN BASED ON TEAM SELECTION

Players aged 18-21: Carlton (6), Melbourne (3)
Players aged 22-25: Carlton (7), Melbourne (11)
Players aged 26-29: Carlton (5), Melbourne (5)
Players aged 30-plus: Carlton (4), Melbourne (3)

LAST TIME THE SIDES MET

Round 16, 2017, MCG
Melbourne 14.6 (90) def. Carlton 12.10 (82)

FORECAST FOR MELBOURNE ON SUNDAY

Cloudy with a chance of rain – top of 15 degrees.

CARLTON RESPECTS

Marking the Club’s fourth annual Carlton Respects game when the Blues face the Demons at the MCG on Sunday, the Club this week launched a three-tiered awareness raising campaign with education at the forefront.

With early education playing a pivotal role in preventing violence before it occurs, this year’s campaign asks, ‘what are we teaching our children?’ highlighting the important work carried out by the Carlton Respects Education Program.

Supporters will be urged to collect a free orange flag as they enter the ground on the day and ‘fly their flag for equality’ throughout the match. Pre-game, there will also be a dedicated 30 seconds for fans to wave their flag in support of gender equality.

Sharing the Club’s passion for championing the cause, MC Labour has expanded its partnership with Carlton Respects, signing on to become the community program’s first major partner.

RING OF HONOUR: GEOFF SOUTHBY

Carlton’s two-time premiership player Geoff Southby will be inducted into Carlton’s Ring of Honour on Sunday afternoon, before the Blues take on the Demons in the Round 9 clash. Southby played 268 games between 1971 and 1984 and was crowned the Club’s best and fairest in 1971 and the premiership year of ‘72. He’s a legend in Carlton’s Hall of Fame and was named in the Blues’ Team of the Century.

Watch Southby's highlights

MERCHANDISE

Want to wear what the team wears? The Carlton Shop is your one-stop shop for our new 2018 Carlton apparel, including our latest winter wear. Make sure you head to the MCG’s Superstore, or outlets around the ground to purchase everything from hats, beanies, guernseys and hoodies – and don’t forget, members receive 10% off. You can also shop online.

MEMBERSHIP

We appreciate your loyalty and support, become #BoundByBlue in 2018 and sign up as a Carlton member. For any enquiries, membership sales and ticket collection, visit our membership marquee located at Gate 3, from 11:30pm.

TICKETING

The Box Office at Gate 3 opens at 10:30am, 30 minutes prior to the opening of the MCC Members Gates.

Tickets can also be purchased through Ticketek by clicking here.

CHEERSQUAD ALLOCATION

Carlton’s official cheersquad will be located in Bay M3 (Rows A-V).

GATE OPENINGS

MCC Reserve – 11:00am

Public/ AFL Reserve – 11:30am

CAR PARK OPENINGS

Gate 3 – 9.00am
Gate 5 –10.00am
Gate 6 – 10.00am
Gate 7 – 8.30am

GENERAL ADMISSION SEATING

Great Southern Stand
M1-M5
M6 (Rows A-Z) DRY
M7 (Rows A-S)
P1-P4
Q1-Q13
Q14-Q15 (Rows P-DD)

Ponsford Stand
M29-M36
Q29-Q36

Olympic Stand
M54-M57
Q49-Q57

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

You can take a train, tram or bus to the MCG, however due to an autumn road and rail construction blitz, the MCG is encouraging fans to plan ahead and allow more time to complete their journey. To see how your journey may be affected or for more information visit the PTV website 

Tram No.75 (City-Vermont South), No.48 (City-North Balwyn) and No.70 (City-Wattle Park) stop within walking distance of the ground.

The Jolimont and Richmond train stations are within walking distance of the MCG. To get to Jolimont station take Hurstbridge or Epping line trains. To get to Richmond station from the city, take any train on the Lilydale, Belgrave, Alamein, Glen Waverley, Dandenong,

Pakenham, Cranbourne, Frankston or Sandringham lines.

The Bus route 246 is run by National Bus Company, which links La Trobe University with Elsternwick Station. The 246 stops on Punt Road and is a short walk to the ground.

BROADCAST

Metro TV in Melbourne: Fox Footy (LIVE)

Metro TV in Sydney, Perth & Adelaide: Fox Footy (LIVE)

Metro TV in Brisbane: Fox Footy (LIVE)

Metro Radio: SEN, ABC Radio Melbourne & Grandstand Digital

Regional Radio: K Rock

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