|Date:||Saturday 15 July 1899|
|Result:||Loss by 32 Points|
|Goalkickers:||G.Cowell 1, L.Morrison 1, W.O'Cock 1.|
|Best:||B.Monagle, L.Morrison, E.Walton, P.Considine, A.Thompson, H. McShane, W.O'Cock, G.Young, D.Walker.|
Game ReviewFacing second-placed Melbourne at the MCG, Carlton welcomed back Len Morrison and Pat Considine – the two late withdrawals from the previous week – and included Dick Gorsuch for his first senior match at full-forward.
An excellent second quarter in which the Blues kicked 3.2 to 1.1 was the only bright spot on another forgettable day. The Redlegs ran out five-goal winners and displaced Fitzroy from top spot on the ladder, while Carlton remained second-last, two wins ahead of St Kilda.
At the end of this round Carlton were in 7th spot on the ladder with a percentage of 44.7.
|B:||Pat Considine||Arthur Thompson||Bob Bird|
|HB:||Bill Sharkey||Ernie Walton||Dan Lanigan|
|C:||Bobadil Hooper||Henry McShane (c)||Bill Casey|
|HF:||Wally O'Cock||George Young||Dick Walker|
|F:||Harry Lewis||Dick Gorsuch||George Cowell|
|Ruck:||Len Morrison||Bobby Walsh||Billy Monagle|
|No Coach:||No coach and the captain directed the side|
ChangesIn: P.Considine, L.Morrison, D.Gorsuch
Out: P.Williams, B.McNamara, B.Stuckey
MilestonesDebut and Only Game: Dick Gorsuch
Last Game: George Young
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