Carlton got three points from a thrilling tie that picked up in the last ten minutes, writes Josh Hodgson
The match was very physical for 70 minutes and all in the air but it was the play on the grass that told.
In the 20th minutes, after a drab back and forth, Jordan Wilson took the ball down and lobbed the keeper to open the scoring.
The match was dull until the break but straight after, Romulus subsitute Romario Martin levelled from a set piece.
Both sides were competitive until Carlton put on Kyle Stovell who converted a cross with his head clear of the keeper.
To add to the home sides advantage Wilfried Ghanore showed his class, curling a corner into the bottom right.
Carlton’s different gear won the game and they need to produce it more to progress this season.