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Round 1, 1929         Carlton defeated Essendon by 73 points - Princes Park. 5 players debuted for the Blues in this impressive season opening victory, including 200-gamer Frank Gill.

Round 1, 1929

Carlton2.6186.84414.129619.17131
Essendon2.3155.6367.8508.1058
Venue: Princes ParkDate: Saturday April 27, 1929
Result: Win by 73 pointsUmpire: Crowd: 30,000
Goalkickers: H.Vallence 5, H.Clover 3, C.Davey 3, H.Dunn 3, J.Crowe 2, M.Johnson 1, A.Doyle 1, R.Brew 1.
Best: Clover (BOG), Vallence, Crowe, Dunn, Kelly, Davey, A. Martyn, M. Johnson, Gilby, Parsons
Reports: Injuries: Doyle (leg, tendon)










Game Review

The Blues began season 1929 with a mammoth win over Essendon at home. A huge 73 point margin, off the back of a 13 goal to 3 second half, was a great way to not only begin the season, but to welcome 5 new faces to the senior team.

Carlton adapted better to the wet weather as it rained throughout the first half and intermittently during the final two quarters.

At the end of this round Carlton were in 1st spot on the ladder with a percentage of 225.9.

Over Umpired!

At the Melbourne-South Melbourne match, Umpire Devine awarded 158 free kicks!
(Referee May 01)

Team

B: 4 Aubrey Martyn 21 Frank Gill 3 Charlie McSwain
HB: 27 Charlie Parsons 32 Alex Duncan 6 Fred Gilby
C: 7 Joe Kelly 2 Colin Martyn 15 Maurie Johnson
HF: 5 Norm Collins 1 Horrie Clover (vc) 16 Harvey Dunn
F: 19 Alec Doyle 22 Harry Vallence 23 Jim Crowe
Ruck: 17 Charlie Davey 10 Denis Kelleher 26 Ray Brew (c)
Coach: Dan Minogue

Emergencies; Robbins, A. Clark, Hodder

Milestones

Debut: Frank Gill, Jim Crowe, Alec Doyle, Aubrey Martyn and Charlie Parsons

Membership Tickets

Carlton sold 2,321 membership tickets this day and expect to sell another 1,000 next week.


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