|Date:||Saturday 20 May 1899|
|Result:||Loss by 25 Points|
Game ReviewThis score remains Carlton's lowest score against the Cats; a record unlikely to be broken in the history of the game.
Billy Monagle scored the first behind and Joe Archer the second.
At the end of this round Carlton were in 7th spot on the ladder with a percentage of 26.6.
|B:||Charlie Sweatman||Bill Sharkey||Will Stuckey|
|HB:||Ernie Walton (c)||Alf Hearnden||Bill McNamara|
|C:||Henry McShane (vc)||Bill Casey||Bobadil Hooper|
|HF:||Bill Churchyard||Bobby Walsh||Dan Lanigan|
|F:||Joe Archer||Bob Bird||Pat Considine|
|Ruck:||Len Morrison||George Young||Billy Monagle|
|No Coach:||No coach and the captain directed the side|
ChangesIn: D.Lanigan, B.Churchyard, B.Bird
Out: G.Cowell, C.Curtis, H.Allender
MilestonesDebut: Bob Bird
Debut (Carlton): Dan Lanigan
Score Records: This remains Carlton's lowest ever score against Geelong
FootnoteThe Herald Friday May 19 (p2) published a list of 28 players from which the team was selected.
Allender, Archer, Bird, Casey, Considine, Curtis, Churchyard, Cowell, Hooper, Hearnden, Lanigan, Manchester, Morrison, Monagle, McShane, McSperrin, McNamara, O'Cock, Roberts, Sweatmen, Sharkey, Stuckey, Thompsom, Walton, Williams, Walsh, Gorsuch, Young.
Lanigan, ex Collingwood and Melbourne had been granted a permit to play for Carlton.
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