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Round 14, 1925         Carlton lost to Melbourne by 77 points - Princes Park. Melbourne's Harry Davie kicked 13 goals, a record for Princes Park.

Round 14, 1925

Carlton 3.1 19 3.3 21 6.7 43 6.9 45
Melbourne 2.0 12 6.7 43 9.10 64 18.14 122
Venue: Princes Park Date: Saturday August 22, 1925
Result: Lose by 77 points Umpire: Crowd: 7,000 (approx.)
Goalkickers: H.Dunn 3, M.Connell 2, V.Davis 1.
Reports: Hedley Blackmore (Elbowing Stan Wittman) - Not Guilty. Injuries: Nil











Game Review

A huge, 9 goal quarter by the third-ranked Melbourne crushed the Blues at home. Three goals in front at the last change, the Fushcias dominated the game from then on, and ended up with a nice percentage booster in the run home to the finals. The main scorer for Melbourne was Harry Davie, who broke the ground goalscoring record (which still stands) with 13 goals. Harry also kicked 5 goals in this year's Round 3, 1925 match against the Blues. Davie crossed to Princes Park to play for the Blues in 1928.

At the end of this round Carlton were in 10th spot on the ladder with a percentage of 73.4.

Team


B: 21 Frank Irwin 6 Bob Wilson 13 Jack Morrissey
HB: 18 Frank Donoghue 10 Harry McPherson 26 Ray Brew (c)
C: 2 Allan Leitch 32 George Robbins 14 Harry Bell
HF: 3 Charlie McSwain 8 Hedley Blackmore 16 Harvey Dunn
F: 4 Bill Koop 34 Victor Davis 28 Ernie Martin
Ruck: 22 Harry Toole (vc) 29 Maurie Connell 25 Harold Carter
Coach: Jim Caldwell


Milestones

Debut: Harry McPherson
Last Game (Carlton): Ernie Martin


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