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Carlton d Sth Melbourne by 28 pts - Princes Park. Only 14,000 turn up to watch

Round 18, 1975

Carlton8.35110.86815.1010019.17131
Sth Melbourne4.3277.64812.118315.13103
Venue: Princes ParkDate: Saturday August 2, 1975
Result: Win by 28 pointsUmpire: David LevensCrowd: 14,039 Receipts: $6,442
Goalkickers: M.Fitzpatrick 3, D.McKay 3, G.Kennedy 3, A.Mangels 2, R.Walls 2, P.Jones 2, C.Davis 1, B.Armstrong 1, T.Keogh 1, G.Whitnall 1.
Best: B.Doull, T.Keogh, G.Southby, A.Jesaulenko, B.Armstrong, A.Mangels
Reports: NilInjuries: V.Waite (bruised knee), M.Fitzpatrick (bruised nose)












Game Review

South Melbourne showed their best form for the season when they got to within one point of Carlton twice in the third term and finished up kicking their best score against the Blues since 1970 - 12 matches. It was their 14th century against Carlton in 78 years and the first time the Blues had had two succesive centuries kicked against them (by Haw. previous week) since last year, when the same two sides did it. - Football Record.

Team

B: 19 John O'Connell 20 Geoff Southby 30 Vin Waite
HB: 25 Alex Jesaulenko (c) 11 Bruce Doull 36 Mark Maclure
C: 6 Garry Crane 24 Russell Ohlsen 10 Alan Mangels
HF: 4 Vin Catoggio 42 Robert Walls (vc) 43 David McKay
F: 28 Peter Jones (dvc) 16 Greg Kennedy 8 Trevor Keogh
Ruck: 3 Mike Fitzpatrick 7 Graeme Whitnall 12 Barry Armstrong
Res: 23 Craig Davis 13 Eric Pascoe
Coach: John Nicholls



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