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Carlton lost to Collingwood by 20 points at Princes Park. Soapy Vallence played his 200th game.

Round 16, 1938

Carlton3.3216.10468.146214.17101
Collingwood7.24411.36915.69619.7121
Venue: Princes ParkDate: Saturday August 13, 1938
Result: Lose by 20 pointsUmpire: HawkinsCrowd: 37,000
Goalkickers: M.Price 4, H.Vallence 3, R.Cooper 2, R.Savage 1, R.McLean 1, M.Crisp 1, H.Hollingshead 1, F.Anderson 1.
Reports: Injuries:











Game Review

Carlton had five more scoring shots than the Magpies in this bitterly-disappointing defeat by Collingwood at Princes Park - particularly as it was 'Soapy' Vallence's 200th match for the Blues. The top four teams after this round were Carlton, Footscray, Geelong and Richmond. Collingwood and Melbourne were next, outside the four by percentage only.

At the end of this round Carlton were in 1st spot on the ladder with a percentage of 118.3.

Team


B: 2 Don McIntyre 21 Frank Gill 26 Jim Park
HB: 31 Charlie McInnes 10 Jim Francis (vc) 6 Bob Chitty
C: 7 Jack Carney 12 Creswell 'Mickey' Crisp 32 Bob Green
HF: 11 Jack Hale 1 Frank Anderson 24 Ron Savage
F: 14 Rod McLean 22 Harry Vallence 30 Mick Price
Ruck: 5 Brighton Diggins (cc) 17 Harry Hollingshead 19 Ron Cooper
19th Man: 8 Gordon Crisp
Coach: Brighton Diggins


Milestones

200 Games: Harry Vallence
Interesting Fact: Vallence became the first Blue to play 200 games without a Flag, and would only be partnered some 70 years later when Lance Whitnall would join him in this Club. Alas, glory for Vallence was just around the corner...
Last Game: Gordon Crisp


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