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Round 15, 1904         In the first of the Sectional rounds, Carlton lost to Collingwood by 10 points at Victoria Park.

Round 15, 1904

Carlton 2.3 15 4.3 27 6.6 48 7.7 49
Collingwood 3.2 20 5.4 34 7.7 49 8.11 59
Venue: Victoria Park Date: Saturday August 20, 1904
Result: Lost by 10 points Umpire: D'Helin Crowd:
Goalkickers: G.Topping 2, H.McShane 1, A.Snell 1, J.Marchbank 1, E.Prescott 1, M.Grace 1.
Reports: Nil Injuries: Nil













Game Review

In our first ‘Sectional’ game, fourth-placed Collingwood turned the tables on the second side Carlton with a 10-point win. Although losing dealt a blow to the Blues' confidence, we still clung to second ladder position.

Scores were level with twelve minutes left, the the home side scored two behinds, one rushed by a Carlton player. They then scored the sealer with a goal just minutes before the bell sounded.

This result continued a remarkable sequence of close matches between these avowed enemies; round 16, 1903 - Collingwood won by 2 points; Semi-Final 1903 - Collingwood by 4 points; round 5, 1904 - Carlton by 5 points, and round 12, 1904 - Carlton by 6 points.

Team


B: Henry Newbound Frank Hince Henry Whight
HB: Albert Trim Jim Flynn (acting capt.) Charlie Roland
C: Ted Kennedy Bob Boyle George Bruce
HF: Henry McShane Mick Grace Eddie Prescott
F: Ernie Ashton Billy Leeds George Topping
Ruck: Jim Marchbank Fred Elliott Archie Snell
Coach: Jack Worrall


Changes

In : E. Ashton, B. Leeds.
Out: J. McShane (injured at training), P. Pitt

Milestones

Debut and Only Game : Ernie Ashton (Gaffneys Creek)
Last Game : Henry Whight


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