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Carlton lost to Essendon by 18 points - Windy Hill. The first League game played at Windy Hill.

Round 1, 1922

Carlton 3.3 21 4.5 29 9.7 61 9.8 62
Essendon 3.3 21 7.6 48 8.7 55 11.14 80
Venue: Windy Hill Date: Saturday May 6, 1922
Result: Lost by 18 points Umpire: Netherton Crowd: 22,000
Goalkickers: S.McLatchie 3, H.Clover 2, J.Fraser 1, R.Hiskins 1, J.Stephenson 1, D.Whannell 1
Best: R.Hiskins, P.O'Brien, J.Stephenson, A.Duncan
Reports: Injuries:










Game Review

The first League match to be played at the Napier St ground (later to be known as Windy Hill) unfortunately saw the Same Olds prevail. Looking at the scoring pattern in the last 3 quarters it is easy to imagine that the wind may have played a significant part.

At the end of this round Carlton were in 7th spot on the ladder with a percentage of 77.5.

Footnote

Hoyts cinema chain opened the new Essendon Theatre on Saturday night. Amongst the usual programme of movies, was film of this afternoon's Essendon vs Carlton match.

Team


B: 4 Ernie Jamieson (c) 25 Frank Martin 19 Fred Johnson
HB: 9 Maurie Beasy 10 Paddy O'Brien 20 Alex Duncan
C: 3 Jack Stephenson 13 Billy Blackman 8 Newton Chandler
HF: 17 Dan Whannell 1 Horrie Clover (vc) 27 Bert Boromeo
F: 22 Harry Toole 5 Rupe Hiskins 14 Harry Bell
Ruck: 12 Jim Fraser 16 George Bolt 21 Stewart McLatchie
Coach: Norman Clark


Milestones

Debuts: Jim Fraser and George Bolt
Interesting Fact: This was the first of 201 games played by Carlton without playing in a Grand Final


1922 | Round 2

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