Round 17, 1901         A low scoring game, but another defeat. Carlton ended the year with an ugly win/loss record of 2 and 15.

Round 17, 1901

Sth Melbourne2.4163.8264.10344.1337
Venue: Princes ParkDate: Saturday August 24, 1901
Result: Loss by 13 pointsUmpire: D'HelinCrowd:
Goalkickers: P.Considine 1, C.Ross 1, J.Sullivan 1.
Best:C.Roland, J.Marr, F.Elliott, B.McNamara, P.Considine, E.Walton, F.Field, C.Ross, D.Hart, J.Todd, H.Evans
Reports: Injuries:

Game Review

With just a single point on the scoreboard at half-time, this match against the Southerners at Princes Park was already over. However, to their credit, the Blues found some spirit in the second half and at least prevented another blowout.

An awful season had ended at last. It was time for a cleanout, and some serious thought about the future of the club.


B: Bill Pettit Charlie Maplestone Dick Hart
HB: Alex Barlow Ernie Walton (c) Bill McNamara (vc)
C: Charlie Roland Charlie Ross Jack Todd
HF: Jack Gardiner Frank Field Joe Sullivan
F: Harry Pye Harry Evans Billy Spears
Ruck: Joe Marr Fred Elliott Pat Considine
No Coach: No coach and the captain directed the side

In: D.Hart, B.McNamara, J.Todd, B.Spears
Out: B.Dodds, G.McGann, S.Roberts, P.Noonan


Debut: Jack Todd
Debut and Only Game: Billy Spears
Last Game: Pat Considine, Harry Evans, Bill Pettit

Round 16 | 1902

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