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1952 Reserves

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Reserves Season 1952
Coach: Mick Price
Captain: Don Calder
Best & Fairest: Harry Dern
Position: 3rd
Premier: Essendon

VFL Permits Granted, April 18

To Carlton;
Bryan Harding (Bentleigh), John Chick (Newton, Tas.), Dick Woinarski (Seaford), Ron Robertson (South Bendigo), George Tozer (Golden Point), Jack Spencer (Brunswick), J. Trickey (Golden Square).

Carlton Reserves Guernsey Numbers (The Football Record, Preliminary Final)

1. Alec James, 2. John Chick, 3. Bill Parker, 4. Doug Guy, 5. George Ferry, 6. Peter Webster, 7. Harry Sullivan, 8. Gerald Burke, 9. Ron Rhodes, 10. Frank Munro, 11, Dick Woinarski, 12. George Stafford, 13. Harry Dern, 14. Bryan Harding, 15. Johnny Blake, 16. Graham Gilchrist, 17, Kevin O'Brien, 18. Morrie Williams, 19. Don Calder (Captain), 20. Tom Jones, 21. Ron Robertson, 22. Harvey Dunn jnr, 23. Dick Gill, 24. Brian Molony, 25. Jack Ellis, 26. Brian 'Barney' Jones, 27. R. Atkinson, 28. Colin Holt, 29. D. Crystal, 30. G. Neil.

Old List

D. Beasy, Johnny Blake, J. Brown, D. Calder, H. Caspar, B. Comben, J. Conely, F. Davies, Harry Dern, H. Dunn, V. English, G. Ferry, R. Green, O. Grieve, D. Guy, K. Hands, E. Henfry, A. Hodgson, W. Huntingdon, T. Jones, L. Kerr, B. Milroy, J. Mills, T. Simmonds, F. Stafford, H. Sullivan, M. Thomas, Alan Thynne, K. Warburton.

New

John Chick (Newton Tas.), Bryan Harding (Bentleigh), Jack Howell (played 1950), Alec James (Seymour), A. Malony (Thirds), Ron Robertson (South Bendigo), George Tozer (Golden Point, Ballarat), Dick Woinarski (Seaford).

To Be Considered When Available

Bill Parker (Latrobe Tas.), Jack Spencer (Brunswick)

Supplementary List

Gerald Burke (Seconds), Graham Gilchrist (Thirds), Dick Gill (Thirds), Frank Munro (Thirds), Colin Holt (Thirds), Ron Price (Seconds), Jack Hedley (North Melbourne), E. Smith (local), Peter Webster (Thirds), Ron Rhodes (Thirds), Morrie Williams (Seconds), K. Howard (Teachers' College), W. Lindsay, B. Caneva (list 1951),



April 19
Opening round of the 1952 season.
Carlton played North Melbourne
Carlton team; (25 named)
From, Doug Beasy, Gerald Burke, Johnny Blake, Keith Batchelor, Don Calder, Harry Dern, Harvey Dunn jnr, George Ferry, Dick Gill, Graham Gilchrist, Ritchie Green, Doug Guy, Bill Huntington, Bryan Harding, Jack Hedley, Jack Mills, Brian Molony, Ron Price, Ron Rhodes, E. Smith, Fred Stafford, Simmons, Alan Thynne, Dick Woinarski, Peter Webster.
Carlton won; 13.11.89 - 10.13.73
Carlton fifth
Played 1, Won 1, Lost 0, For 89, Against 73, 121.9%, Points 4.


April 26
Carlton played South Melbourne
Carlton won; 15.17.107 - 14.9.93
Carlton fourth
Played 2, Won 2, Lost 0, For 196, Against 166, 118.1%, Points 8.


May 3
Carlton played Fitzroy
Carlton team;
Backs; Ritchie Green, Dick Gill, Tom Jones
Half backs; Harry Dern, Dick Woinarski, Bryan Harding
Centres; Alan Thynne, Fred Stafford, Morrie Williams
Half forwards; Graham Gilchrist, Doug Guy, Harvey Dunn jnr
Forwards; Jack Mills, Lake, Gerald Burke
Followers; Brian Molony, Don Calder
Rover; John Chick
Emergencies; George Tozer, Ron Price, Keith Batchelor, E. Smith, Hutchinson,
Carlton won; 15.15.105 - 5.14.44
Carlton second
Played 3, Won 3, Lost 0, For 301, Against 210, 143.3%, Points 12.


May 10
Carlton played Essendon
Carlton won; 13.11.89 - 7.18.60
Carlton second
Played 4, Won 4, Lost 0, For 390, Against 270, 144.4%, Points 16.


May 17
Carlton played Collingwood
Carlton team;
Backs; George Stafford, Dick Gill, Brian Molony
Half backs; Bill Huntington, Dick Woinarski, Morrie Williams
Centres; Alan Thynne, Harry Sullivan, A. Max Thomas
Half forwards; John Brown, Graham Gilchrist, Keith Batchelor
Forwards; Fred Stafford, Johnny Blake, Gerald Burke
Followers; Tom Jones, George Ferry
Rover; Jack Spencer
Emergencies; George Tozer, Bill Parker, Lewis, Hutchinson, K.Howard.
Carlton lost; 7.9.51 - 11.15.81
Carlton second
Played 5, Won 4, Lost 1, For 441, Against 351, 125.6%, Points 16.


May 24
No matches.


May 31
Carlton played St.KIlda
Carlton won; 13.30.108 - 3.10.28
Carlton second
Played 6, Won 5, Lost 1, For 549, Against 379, 144.9%, Points 20.


June 7
Carlton played Geelong at Geelong
Umpire; Egan
Carlton lost; 10.4.64 - 9.12.66
Carlton second
Played 7, Won 5, Lost 2, For 613, Against 445, 137.75%, Points 20.


June 14
V.F.L. Seconds vs Croydon-Ferntree Gully
Curtain Raiser to the Victoria vs Western Australia M.C.G.
Victoria, Dark Blue with VFL Monogram.
Croydon-Ferntree Gully, White with Red V.
Players from East Ringwood, Ferntree Gully, Croydon, Lilydale, Warrandyte, Boronia, Upper Ferntree Gully, Kilsyth, Bayswater, and Wantirna Football Clubs.
24 players named in Vic squad.
Umpire; R. J. Flanagan
Only two Carlton players named, both in starting 18, guernsey number, 5. Tom Jones (follower), 13. Harvey Dunn jnr (rover).
Result unknown.


June 21`
Carlton played Richmond
Carlton lost; 9.17.71 - 12.13.85
Carlton fourth
Played 8, Won 5, Lost 3, For 684, Against 530, 129.1%, Points 20.


June 28
Carlton played Footscray
Carlton team;
Backs; George Stafford, Harry Dern, Brian Molony
Half backs; Dick Woinarski, Harry Sullivan, K.Howard
Centres; A. Max Thomas, George Ferry, Johnny Blake
Half forwards; Ron Robertson, Graham Gilchrist, Bill Parker
Forwards; Harvey Dunn jnr, Max Ellis, Peter Webster
Followers; Don Calder, Gerald Burke
Rover; Bruce Comben
Emergencies; Kevin O'Brien, Bryan Harding, Lewis, Fricker
Carlton won; 6.16.52 - 5.7.37
Carlton third
Played 9, Won 6, Lost 3, For 736, Against 567, 129.8% Points 24.


July 5
Carlton played Hawthorn
Carlton won; 18.21.129 - 11.15.81
Carlton third
Played 10, Won 7, Lost 3, For 865, Against 648, 133.5%, Points 28.


July 12
Carlton played Melbourne
Carlton team;
Backs; Alec James, Alex Boyle, Brian Molony
Half backs; Dick Woinarski, Harry Dern, Morrie Williams
Centres; A. Max Thomas, Ern Henfry, Ron Robertson
Half forwards; Graham Gilchrist, Harry Sullivan, Bruce Comben
Forwards; Harvey Dunn jnr, George Ferry, Peter Webster
Followers; Don Calder, Kevin O'Brien
Rover; John Chick
Reserves; Bryan Harding, Frank Munro
Carlton won; 12.11.83 - 7.9.51
Carlton third
Played 11, Won 8, Lost 3, For 948, Against 699, 135.6%, Points 32.

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Herald July 16 (p16) 1952

July 19
Carlton played North Melbourne
Carlton team;
Backs; George Stafford, Alex Boyle, George Ferry
Half backs; Bryan Harding, Harry Dern, Alec James
Centres; Morrie Williams, Ern Henfry, Frank Munro
Half forwards; Max Ellis, Graham Gilchrist, Ron Robertson
Forwards; Bruce Comben, Peter Webster, Richard Pratt
Followers; Brian Molony, Kevin O'Brien
Rover; John Chick
Reserves; G. Neil, R. Atkinson.
Carlton won; 11.14.80 - 4.7.31
Carlton third
Played 12, Won 9, Lost 3, For 1028, Against 730, 140.8%, Points 36.


July 26
Carlton played South Melbourne
Carlton won; 17.22.124 - 6.5.41
Carlton third
Played 13, Won 10, Lost 3, For 1152, Against 771, 149.4%, Points 40.


August 2
Carlton played Fitzroy
Carlton team;
Backs; George Stafford, Dick Gill, Ron Rhodes
Half backs; Bryan Harding, Harry Dern, Morrie Williams
Centres: Graham Gilchrist, Ern Henfry, A. Max Thomas
Half forwards; Peter Webster, Harry Sullivan, Ron Robertson
Forwards; Harvey Dunn jnr, George Ferry, Gerald Burke
Followers; Don Calder, Kevin O'Brien
Rover; John Chick
Reserves; D. Crystal, G. Neil
Carlton won; 15.21.111 - 6.9.45
Carlton third
Played 14, Won 11, Lost 3, For 1263, Against 816, 154.8%, Points 44.


August 9
Carlton played Essendon
Carlton team;
Backs; George Stafford, Dick Gill, Ron Rhodes
Half backs; Bryan Harding, Harry Dern, Morrie Williams
Centres; Graham Gilchrist, Ern Henfry, A. Max Thomas
Half forwards; Peter Webster, Harry Sullivan, Ron Robertson
Forwards; Harvey Dunn jnr, George Ferry, Gerald Burke
Followers; Don Calder, Kevin O'Brien
Rover; John Chick
Reserves; Colin Holt, G. Neil
Emergency; D. Crystal
Carlton lost; 5.7.37 - 12.15.87
Carlton third
Played 15, Won 11, Lost 4, For 1300, Against 909, 143.0%, Points 44.


August 16
Carlton played Collingwood
Carlton team;
Backs; Frank Munro, Dick Gill, Peter Webster
Half backs; George Stafford, Bryan Harding, Morrie Williams
Centres; Graham Gilchrist, Harry Dern, Ron Rhodes
Half forwards; Max Ellis, Harry Sullivan, Doug Guy
Forwards; Harvey Dunn jnr, George Ferry, Gerald Burke
Followers; Don Calder, Kevin O'Brien
Rover:
Reserves; G. Neil, R. Atkinson
Emergency; D. Crystal
Carlton won; 12.14.86 - 10.8.68
Carlton third
Played 16, Won 12, Lost 4, For 1386, Against 977, 141.9%, Points 48.


August 23
Carlton played St.Kilda
Carlton team;
Backs; George Stafford, Dick Gill, Peter Webster
Half backs; Alec James, Bryan Harding, Morrie Williams
Centres; Graham Gilchrist, Harry Dern, Ron Rhodes
Half forwards; Bill Parker, Harry Sullivan, Ron Robertson
Forwards; Harvey Dunn jnr, George Ferry, Gerald Burke
Followers; Brian Molony, Kevin O'Brien
Rover; Jack Spencer
Reserves; G. Neil, D. Crystal
Emergencies; Frank Munro, Ellis, Atkinson
Carlton won; 18.14.122 - 10.11.71
Carlton third
Played 17, Won 13, Lost 4, For 1508, Against 1048, 143.9%, Points 52.


August 30
Final round for the season.
Carlton played Geelong
Umpire; R. Pawley
Carlton won; 8.18.66 - 8.12.60
Carlton second
Played 18, Won 14, Lost 4, For 1574, Against 1109, 141.9%, Points 56.


At the end of the home and away season, Harvey Dunn jnr finished third on the Reserves goal kicking list with 36 goals, behind the leader Schofield (Rich) with 62 goals. George Ferry finished ninth with 23 goals.


September 13
Reserves Second Semi Final
Carlton played Collingwood on the M.C.G.
A high standard match that was close throughout. Both back lines were on top and the centre lines and rucks broke even. The Blues levelled the score during the third term and then the lead changed every few minutes. Holding a one point lead at three quarter time, Carlton found themselves down by seven points deep into time on. Playing in front, the forwards had four shots at goal but only four points resulted, one a poster. Carlton's poor kicking lost them the game.

Carlton team;
Backs; George Stafford, Dick Gill, Peter Webster
Half backs; Bill Parker, Harry Dern, Bryan Harding
Centres; Graham Gilchrist, Doug Guy, Morrie Williams
Half forwards; Johnny Blake, Harry Sullivan, Ron Robertson
Forwards; Harvey Dunn jnr, George Ferry, Gerald Burke
Followers; Don Calder, Tom Jones
Rover; John Chick
Reserves; Kevin O'Brien, Dick Woinarski
Emergency; Ron Rhodes
Umpire; Robinson

Carl. 1.2 2.6 5.10 7.14.56
Coll. 2.3 3.7 5.9 8.11.59
Goals; Gerald Burke 2, Johnny Blake 2, Harvey Dunn jnr 2, Ron Robertson 1.
Best; Harry Dern, John Chick, Gerald Burke, George Stafford, Dick Gill, Harvey Dunn jnr.
Injuries; Bill Parker (knee), George Ferry (thigh) replaced by Johnny Blake during third quarter.


September 20
Reserves Preliminary Final
Carlton played Essendon on the M.C.G.
A strong, gusty wind marred the game.
A hard fought match where the Blues stuck to Essendon up until three quarter time, then the Dons kicked away. The opposition were faster, and also stronger in the ruck division. The forward lines of both teams performed badly in the cross wind.

Carlton team;
Backs; George Stafford, Dick Gill, Ron Rhodes
Half backs; Bryan Harding, Harry Dern Dick Woinarski
Centres; Graham Gilchrist, George Ferry, Morrie Williams
Half forwards; Ron Robertson, Harry Sullivan, Doug Guy
Forwards; John Chick, Johnny Blake, Gerald Burke
Followers; Tom Jones, Don Calder
Rover; Harvey Dunn jnr
Reserves; Kevin O'Brien, Colin Holt
Emergencies: Brian 'Barney' Jones, Ellis
Umpire; Barbour

Carl. 2.3 2.8 3.12 3.13.31
Ess. 3.3 3.7 4.12 6.17.53
Goals; Harvey Dunn jnr, Ron Rhodes, Harry Sullivan 1.
Best; Dick Gill, Harvey Dunn jnr, Ron Rhodes, Dick Woinarski, Doug Guy, George Stafford.




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