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Carlton defeated Essendon by 36 points at the MCG.

Semi Final, 1909

Carlton 4.1 25 7.4 46 12.7 79 14.8 92
Essendon 3.1 19 5.1 31 6.2 38 9.2 56
Venue: MCG Date: Saturday 11 September 1909
Result: Win by 36 points Umpire: J Elder Crowd: 39,584
Goalkickers: F.Caine 3, F.Elliott 2, H.Kelly 2, G.Topping 2, G.Bruce 1, M.Gotz 1, F.Jinks 1, J.Marchbank 1, G.Johnson 1.
Best: A.Lang, G.Johnson, M.Gotz, C.Hammond, J.Baquie, A.Ford, G.Bruce.
Reports: Injuries: F.Jinks (sprained ankle) second quarter, unable to continue













Game Review

Carlton was by far the stronger side in this contest, winning all over the ground. Fred Jinks sustained an early injury which immobilised him, but despite this the Blues were never challenged. Billy Payne took the field for Carlton with great bravery, he had received medical advice warning him that a knock to his infected eyes could result in the loss of his sight. He went on to be one of the Blues best.

Team


B: Norman Clark Doug Gillespie Jim Marchbank
HB: Martin Gotz Billy Payne Arthur Ford
C: Ted Kennedy Rod McGregor George Bruce
HF: Frank Caine Harvey Kelly Jack Baquie
F: Fred Jinks (vc) George Topping Fred Elliott (cc)
Ruck: George Johnson Charlie Hammond Alex Lang
Coach: Fred Elliott


Carlton v Essendon - Easy Victory For Carlton

A full report of the match was printed in the Sydney newspaper The Referee, September 15 (p11)
To read click here> http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article120632669


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