|Venue: Princes Park||Date: Saturday August 30, 1924|
|Result: Win by 7 points||Umpire: Petrie||Crowd: 15,000|
|Goalkickers: N.Chandler 3, B.Blackman 2, H.Carter 2, S.McLatchie 1, H.Credlin 1.|
Game ReviewCarlton edged out a dreadfully inaccurate Geelong in this game before bidding farewell to Rupe Hiskins, Billy Blackman and Stewart McLatchie; all of whom had all served their country with distinction in the First World War. Hiskins had been one of our iconic Light Horsemen, Blackman was wounded in action three times and survived, while McLatchie was awarded a Military Medal for his steady bravery under fire.
At the end of this round Carlton were in 7th spot on the ladder with a percentage of 94.2.
|B:||26 Ray Brew||33 Jim Watson||27 Aub Charleston|
|HB:||4 Fred Pringle||10 Paddy O'Brien (c)||30 Johnny Davies|
|C:||8 Norm Sexton||7 Stan Trebilco||14 Harry Bell|
|HF:||2 Newton Chandler||20 Alex Duncan||12 Billy Blackman|
|F:||9 Harold Credlin||28 Ernie McAlpine||21 Stewart McLatchie (vc)|
|Ruck:||5 Rupe Hiskins||29 Garney Goodrick||25 Harold Carter|
MilestonesLast Games: Rupe Hiskins and Billy Blackman
Last Game (Carlton): Stewart McLatchie
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