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Carlton d St Kilda by 8 pts - Moorabbin Oval. A crowd of 21,000 watching Michael Young's debut.

Round 15, 1977

Carlton4.1258.45214.139718.14122
St Kilda0.119.86211.87417.12114
Venue: Moorabbin OvalDate: Saturday July 9, 1977
Result: Win by 8 pointsUmpires: J.Sutcliffe & N.Nash Crowd: 21,391 Receipts $20,997
Goalkickers: A.Jesaulenko 4, R.Ashman 4, M.Maclure 3, T.Keogh 2, B.Armstrong 2, P.Jones 1, R.Walls 1, D.McKay 1.
Best: B.Doull, R.Austin, B.Armstrong, R.Ashman, P.Jones, D.McKay.
Reports: Nil
Injuries: Nil
Replacements: Nil














Game Review

As most teams do in winter, Carlton had to battle hard in a dour struggle with the Saints down on their dung-heap at Moorabbin. Future Blue Val Perovic was the stand-out player on the day, he comprehensively beat Robert Walls.

St Kilda showed their supporters they have plenty of heart when they kicked 6.4 in the last quarter to come within four points of Carlton in a thrilling finish at Moorabbin and still recorded their highest ever tally in 151 games against the Blues. The Saints nine goals in the second quarter almost paved the way for their first home win against the Blues since 1973, but they went down by eight points at the finish. Carlton did manage to score their best total at Moorabbin since the Saints moved there in 1965 in what was a very entertaining game. - Football Record.

St Kilda kicked 6.4 in the last quarter to come within four points of Carlton in a thrilling match at Moorabbin. Although the Saints went down it was their highest ever score against the Blues. - Football Record.

Team


B: 7 Graeme Whitnall 21 Rod Austin 18 Kevin Heath
HB: 11 Bruce Doull 36 Mark Maclure 26 Ray Byrne
C: 32 Leigh McConnon 12 Barry Armstrong 30 Tony Pickett
HF: 43 David McKay 42 Robert Walls (c) 9 Greg Towns
F: 1 Jim Canfield 25 Alex Jesaulenko 10 Alan Mangels
Ruck: 28 Peter Jones (vc) 8 Trevor Keogh 14 Rod Ashman
Res: 19 Michael Young 16 Jim Buckley
Coach: Ian Thorogood


Milestones

Debut: Michael Young
Last Game (Carlton): Leigh McConnon
Interesting Fact: This would appear to be the last game in which Carlton would play 5 Tasmanians - Jones, Young, McConnon, Towns and Pickett.


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