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Carlton defeated North Melbourne by 63 points at Princes Park

Round 4, 1965

Carlton2.11310.36315.39316.11107
Nth Melbourne2.4163.6245.8386.844
Venue: Princes ParkDate: Saturday May 8, 1965
Result: Win by 63 pointsUmpire: GaudionCrowd: 12,728
Goalkickers: J.Miller 5, B.Quirk 3, A.Gallagher 2, J.Nicholls 2, C.Stewart 2, R.Barassi 1, T.Board 1.
Best: T.Board (BOG), J.Goold, J.Nicholls, J.Miller, C.Stewart, A.Gallagher
Reports: NilInjuries: M.Kick replaced by G.Crane in last quarter. C.Stewart by J.Lloyd in last quarter.










Game Review

With captain-coach Ron Barassi back in charge on the field, the Blues got their season back on track with this 63-point demolition of North Melbourne at Princes Park. Jim 'Frosty' Miller bagged five majors for the Blues, while John Lloyd - the father of future Essendon captain (and less-than-impartial television commentator) Matthew Lloyd - played the first of his 29 games as a Bluebagger.
After this welcome win, Carlton was back in early-season finals contention in fifth place, with a healthy percentage of 131.73.

Team

B: 36 Roger Hoggett 28 John Reilly 4 Brian Buckley
HB: 12 John Gill 11 John Goold 26 Graeme Anderson
C: 30 Murray Kick 19 Ian Collins 39 Cliff Stewart
HF: 3 Kevin Hall 1 Serge Silvagni 32 Bryan Quirk
F: 16 Maurie Sankey 22 Jim 'Frosty' Miller 24 Terry Board
Ruck: 2 John Nicholls (vc) 31 Ron Barassi (cc) 10 Adrian Gallagher
Res: 18 John Lloyd 6 Garry Crane
Coach: Ron Barassi

In: R. Barassi, J. Lloyd, J. Miller, B. Buckley, J. Reilly
Out: B. Cox, K. Greenwood, G. Collis, B. Gill, J. Trotman

Image
Wells' cartoon. Image; Age May 14


Milestones

50 Games: John Gill
Debut: John Lloyd


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