Carlton Media selects its top-five player stats from the Blues' 65-point loss to Geelong at Etihad Stadium on Saturday night:

Charlie Curnow
Game-high 4 contested marks

Levi Casboult leads the league for average contested marks with 2.5 a game, but Charlie Curnow continues to surge up the rankings. The second-year forward took a game-high four contested marks against Geelong, boosting his average to 2.75 for the past month. He's now ranked 13th overall in the league for average contested marks.

Marc Murphy
Game-high 39 pressure acts

Marc Murphy set a new Carlton record for pressure acts in a game this season. The captain worked hard to finish with 39 (including six tackles), three ahead of Sam Petrevski-Seton.

Sam Petrevski-Seton 
Game-high 10 tackles

Sam Petrevski-Seton revelled with more time in the midfield, racking up 20 disposals. Most impressively, the 19-year-old recorded a game-high 10 tackles to boost his average to five - ranked fourth at the Blues this season.

Sam Docherty
Game-high 547m gained

Carlton struggled to get its hands on the footy, with Sam Docherty the only Blue to have more than 25 disposals (29). While his disposal efficiency was down (69 per cent), Docherty gave the Blues some much-needed drive out of defence. His game-high 547m gained made him the most effective player for moving the footy forward.

Levi Casboult
91% disposal efficiency

Levi Casboult barely wasted any of his 11 possessions, finishing with a disposal efficiency of 91 per cent. The big man converted every set-shot to finish with three goals - a commendable return given the Blues had just 39 inside 50s.

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