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Rod Ashman booted six goals as Carlton smashed Geelong by 71 points at Princes Park.

Round 12, 1975

Carlton8.55311.87419.1412823.19157
Geelong2.3153.9275.124212.1486
Venue: Princes ParkDate: Saturday June 21, 1975
Result: Win by 71 pointsUmpire: K.QuinnCrowd: 16,983 Receipts: $9,226
Goalkickers: R.Ashman 6, G.Kennedy 4, B.Armstrong 3, R.Ohlsen 2, P.Jones 2, R.Walls 2, D.McKay 2, A.Mangels 1, M.Fitzpatrick 1.
Best: R.Ashman, S.Jackson, B.Doull, B.Armstrong, R.Walls, G.Kennedy.
Reports: NilInjuries: Nil












Game Review

Led by rover Rod Ashman - who kicked a career-high six goals - Carlton blasted Geelong by 12 goals at Princes Park. On a cold, showery Saturday afternoon, the Blues adapted to the conditions far better than the Cats, and increased their lead at every change to maintain second place on the ladder (by percentage) to Hawthorn.

Carlton scored their third successive win over Geelong and raced away to record their second highest ever score against the Cats, who must have disappointed even their most fanatical supporters. Carlton kicked their ninth 100-plus score of the season and their best tally since the record breaking 1972 Grand Final against Richmond. It was the highest score kicked against a Geelong side since 1969. The Blues were far too strong all over the field. - Football Record.

Team

B: 19 John O'Connell 20 Geoff Southby 36 Mark Maclure
HB: 25 Alex Jesaulenko (c) 11 Bruce Doull 15 Phil Pinnell
C: 23 Craig Davis 5 Syd Jackson 10 Alan Mangels
HF: 24 Russell Ohlsen 42 Robert Walls (vc) 43 David McKay
F: 28 Peter Jones (dvc) 16 Greg Kennedy 14 Rod Ashman
Ruck: 3 Mike Fitzpatrick 21 Rod Austin 12 Barry Armstrong
Res: 8 Trevor Keogh 13 Eric Pascoe
Coach: John Nicholls



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