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Carlton lost to Richmond by 26 points at Princes Park.

Round 9, 1919

Carlton 2.1 13 4.8 32 6.12 48 9.15 69
Richmond 5.5 35 7.5 47 11.7 73 14.11 95
Venue: Princes Park Date: Saturday June 28, 1919
Result: Lost by 26 points Umpire: H. C. Elliott Crowd:
Goalkickers: E.Cowley 2, P.Daykin 2, L.Downs 2, H.Furnell 2, F.Martin 1.
Best: J.Scobie, B.Boromeo, N.Chandler, H.Furnell, P.Daykin, L.Downs.
Reports: Injuries: Downes last quarter.










Game Review

A large attendance witnessed the match.
Carlton lost this game against 5th-placed Richmond and dropped to third place on the ladder.

Rover Lyle Downs was forced from the field due to illness, and later diagnosed as having a strained heart. He was advised to retire but decided to play on. Tragically he would suffer a heart attack after a training session in 1921 and pass away.

Some disgruntled supporters attacked the umpires with stones after the game, umpire Elliott was hit on the head and boundary umpire R. Scott was struck by a missile in the ribs. Although police were guarding the officials, the perpetrators evaded capture.

At the end of this round Carlton were in 3rd spot on the ladder with a percentage of 146.1.

Team

B: 6 Steve Leehane 21 William 'Mickey' Dunn 22 Morrie Ewans
HB: 9 Ted Brown 10 Paddy O'Brien (acting capt.) 3 Andy McDonald
C: 12 Charlie Canet 11 Rod McGregor 8 Newton Chandler
HF: 14 Leo Tasker 1 Harry Furnell 25 Frank Martin
F: 2 Percy Daykin 17 Ern Cowley 23 Les Kittle
Ruck: 27 Bert Boromeo 18 Jack Scobie 28 Lyle Downs
Coach: Viv Valentine


Milestones

Last Game: William 'Mickey' Dunn


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