Adelaide have ended their disappointing 2018 campaign on a high note, crushing Carlton by 104 points at Etihad Stadium tonight.
The Blues were annihilated from start-to-finish by a rampant Crows outfit as the embattled club were resigned to its worst season in 117 years.
Incredibly, Brendon Bolton’s side had seven more inside 50s but still lost by a three-figure margin.
Carlton’s paltry two wins is their lowest tally in a home-and-away season since 1901.
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The Star: Josh Jenkins
Adelaide forward Josh Jenkins dined out against a hapless Carlton defence.
Jenkins ended the night with seven majors and 19 disposals to end his season a positive note.
The 29-year-old ended the year with a respectful haul of 46 goals.
Medical room: Curnow and Weitering suffer injuries
Carlton duo Charlie Curnow and Jacob Weitering were both casualties from the club’s mauling against the Crows.
Weitering was concussed after a heavy collision with teammate Sam Rowe and was ruled out for the remainder of the contest at three quarter time.
Curnow suffered a knee injury after landing awkwardly in a marking contest during the third term and also took no further part in the final term.
Carlton: 1.4, 5.5, 7.8, 8.13.61
Adelaide: 5.4, 13.6, 20.8, 26.9.165
Carlton: McKay 3, Polson 2, Mullett, Kerridge, Simpson
Adelaide: Jenkins 7, Gallucci 4, Betts 3, Atkins 3, Knight 2, Gibbs, Himmelberg, Seedsman, Kelly, Laird, Lynch, Milera
Carlton: Cripps, Murphy, Kerridge, Polson
Adelaide: Jenkins, Laird, Crouch, Milera, Gallucci, Ellis-Yolmen, Gibbs, Atkins
Carlton: Curnow (knee), Weitering (concussion)