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Round 3, 1951         Carlton lost to Richmond by 24 points at Princes Park, despite 5 goals on debut to Adam Inglis

Round 3, 1951

Carlton2.3154.5298.95712.1284
Richmond3.4227.95111.97516.12108
Venue: Princes ParkDate: Saturday May 5, 1951
Result: Loss by 24 pointsUmpire: Crowd: 28,000
Goalkickers: A.Inglis 5, K.Hands 3, D.Calder 1, E.Henfry 1, K.Warburton 1, D.Williams 1.
Reports: Injuries:










Game Review

Rewarded with a place in the senior side after a long apprenticeship with the Under 19's and Reserves, Adam Inglis kicked five goals as the Blues lost at home to Richmond by 24 points. Utility Don Calder also scored his only career goal in this game.

In a round of upsets, Carlton actually climbed the ladder to sixth – despite two losses in three games. When Essendon and Geelong were both beaten, the new top four became Collingwood, Fitzroy, Footscray and Richmond. Keith Warburton dropped to fourth on the goal-kicking table with 11 majors, after Jack O’Rourke kicked 6 for the Tigers to take his total to 17 at the top.

Monday's Argus said Warburton scored 1.7 from 10 shots at goal.

”Did You See...?"

Carlton full forward Keith Warburton take the "Mark of the Year" in front of the Carlton stand in the third term? He was perched on the top of the shoulders of Bob Wiggins and Don Fraser.
(The Argus, May 7)

Team


B: 33 Ritchie Green 27 Ollie Grieve 25 Jim Baird
HB: 16 John Brown 23 Bert Deacon 26 Jim Clark
C: 12 Doug Williams 10 Fred Stafford 11 Laurie Kerr
HF: 19 Don Calder 6 Ern Henfry (c) 8 Arthur Hodgson
F: 28 Fred Davies 7 Keith Warburton 30 Adam Inglis
Ruck: 1 Ken Hands (vc) 14 Vin English 15 Bruce Comben
Res: 24 Harry Caspar 9 Jack Mills
Coach: Percy Bentley


Changes

IN: D.Williams, A.Inglis
OUT: H.Dern, D.Beasy

Milestones

Debut: Adam Inglis


Round 2 | Round 4

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