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Round 11, 1952         Carlton defeat Hawthorn by 37 points at Glenferrie Oval

Round 11, 1952

Carlton4.11354.11356.21579.2478
Hawthorn1.064.7315.7375.1141
Venue: Glenferrie OvalDate: Saturday July 5, 1952
Result: Win by 37 pointsUmpire: McMurrayCrowd: 11,000
Goalkickers: J.Howell 3, T.Jones 2, D.Beasy 1, F.Davies 1, L.Kerr 1, B.Milroy 1.
Reports: Ollie GrieveInjuries: Caspar (bruised thigh) replaced by Ferry last quarter.










Game Review

Carlton would defeat the Hawks for the second time of the year, this time by 37 points, in this game at Glenferrie.

During the 3rd quarter boundary umpire D Hall reported Grieve for attempting to strike a spectator. “However, Grieve told the Tribunal that he merely had lost balance after flying for a mark and had crashed into the boundary fence and spectators.” (From page 203 of ‘Carlton, The 100 Greatest’ by Jim Main and Russell Holmesby) and the case was thrown out.

Carlton held a 20 point lead at three quarter time, but Hawthorn had the wind in the final term and looked capable of taking out the game. The Blues had looked like it had blown it's chances with the wind in the third term by poor kicking and added a shocking 2.10 - 1.0 . Perc Bentley then moved Jack Howell from the forward line into the ruck, and this move stymied any drive the Hawks expected from their ruck division. With the wind slackening, Howell provided the Blues with the drive they needed, and out scored Hawthorn by 3.3 - 0.1. The back line in this term was impenetrable and was led admirably by Ollie Grieve.

Best

Grieve, Brown, Spencer, Beasy, Kerr, Howell

Team

B: 35 Jack Conley 27 Ollie Grieve 1 Ken Hands (acting capt.)
HB: 16 John Brown 14 Vin English 33 Ritchie Green
C: 11 Laurie Kerr 10 Fred Stafford 8 Arthur Hodgson
HF: 7 Keith Warburton 2 Bill Milroy 17 Doug Beasy
F: 20 Tom Jones 13 Jack Howell 32 Jack Spencer
Ruck: 28 Fred Davies 24 Harry Caspar 9 Jack Mills
Res: 25 George Ferry 34 A. Max Thomas
Coach: Percy Bentley



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