The Northern Territory news Fri 14 Jun 2013
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www.ntnews.com.au Friday, June 14, 2013. NT NEWS. 25 P U B : NTNE-WS-DA-TE:14-JGE:25 CO-LO-R: C-M Y-Kt%BSXJOTFYDMVTJWFSFUBJMFSPGOFX5PZPUBGPSLMJGUT t/FXBOEVTFEGPSLMJGUTBMFT t4IPSUBOEMPOHUFSNGPSLMJGUSFOUBMT t"VTUSBMJBTCJHHFTUSBOHFPGGPSLMJGUNPEFMT t"MMGPSLMJGUTFSWJDFBOEQBSUT t)VTLJTLJETUFFSMPBEFSTBWBJMBCMF Our new Darwin branch is now open. .BOEFS3E )PMU[F %BSXJO 1800 425 438 XXXUPZPUBNBUFSJBMIBOEMJOHDPNBV One more flag Carltons Chris Judd says a second flag at his second AFL club is now the only thing that motivates him Picture: ALEX COPPEL CARLTONVHAWTHORN By SAMEDMUND CARLTON superstar Chris Judd says the pursuit of the Blues 17th premiership is now the only thing that motivates him. And he believes the door hasnt closed on Carlton achieving something big this year. Judd, a dual Brownlow medallist, five-time best and fairest, Norm Smith medallist, West Coast premiership player and six-time AllAustralian, has won everything he can in the game. Ahead of his 250th game against Hawthorn, he declared a second flag at his second club was his single driving force. There wouldnt be any reason for me to play if it wasnt for that, Judd told the NT News. Were still a fair way off the top four teams and we know that. But I played against Sydney in 2005 for West Coast in Round 6 when we beat them by 45 points and thats when (Andrew) Demetriou came out and said they were boring. Fast forward 16 weeks and theyve won a premiership, but after we beat them I remember thinking: These blokes are no good. Strange things can happen in footy. I dont think were without a chance of having some success, but at the same time you have to recognise theres a lot of work to be done before we can legitimately talk about any of that. Nearly six years after returning to Melbourne, Judd said he was rapt he chose Carlton, but admitted he thought the Blues had underachieved in his time at the club. I probably would have thought that (that Carlton would have pushed a bit higher), but that was just because of my experience ContinuedPage28