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Carlton lost to the Kangaroos by 12 points in the mud at Coburg Oval.

Round 15, 1965

Carlton0.115.1315.1315.232
Nth Melbourne4.0244.1256.3396.844
Venue: Coburg OvalDate: Saturday August 7, 1965
Result: Lose by 12 pointsUmpire: Brophy Crowd: 11,474 Receipts: £1,092
Goalkickers: B.Cox 1, I.Nankervis 1, J.Nicholls 1, B.Quirk 1, C.Stewart 1.
Reports: Injuries:











Game Review

North down Blues
An unpredictable North Melbourne accounted for Carlton in a tough, slogging game played in deplorable conditions at the Coburg Oval. Although they held a 6-point lead at half time, the Blues faded in the second half and scored only one point. Noel Teasdale, despite strong opposition from John Nicholls, was the inspiration for North. Bernie McCarthy was unbeaten all day at centre half-forward. John Dugdale defended superbly while John Ibrahim and Michael Dowdle snapped up the opportunities around the packs. Sergio Silvagni and John Benetti were consistent for Carlton. Gordon Collis in the centre and Berkeley Cox in attack were the best of the others. North showed a lot of talent and are capable of surprising teams much higher on the ladder. Carlton now face three hard games and their chance of playing in the finals is fading rapidly. - Football Record.

Team


B: 8 John Benetti 20 Wes Lofts 44 Ron Stone
HB: 26 Graeme Anderson 11 John Goold 12 John Gill
C: 39 Cliff Stewart 17 Gordon Collis 33 Jim Pleydell
HF: 9 Berkley Cox 1 Serge Silvagni 19 Ian Collins
F: 28 John Reilly 32 Bryan Quirk 23 Ian Nankervis
Ruck: 2 John Nicholls (acting capt.) 3 Kevin Hall 10 Adrian Gallagher
Res: 21 Barry Gill 24 Terry Board
Coach: Ron Barassi

In: S. Silvagni, B. Gill, I. Nankervis, J. Pleydell, T. Board
Out: B. Buckley, J. Comben, G. Hardie, B. Schmidt, S. Harrison

Milestones

Score Records: This remains Carlton's lowest ever score against the Kangaroos


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