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Round 2, 1904         That's better - Carlton defeated South Melbourne by 17 points at the Lakeside Oval.

Round 2, 1904

Carlton 2.3 15 2.3 15 2.5 17 5.6 36
South Melbourne 1.3 9 1.5 11 1.10 16 1.13 19
Venue: Lakeside Oval Date: Saturday May 14, 1904
Result: Won by 17 points Umpire: Crapp Crowd:
Goalkickers : P.Pitt 2, A.Snell 1, G.Topping 1, M.Grace 1.
Best: F. Hince (BOG), A.Trim, C.Roland, M.Grace, A.Snell, H.McShane
Reports: Nil Injuries: Nil












Game Review


"The team was deprived of the services of Gordon Ross, whose medical adviser had ordered him to stand down, and had gone to Western Australia for a month. Opie who was also indisposed, was told to cease playing for six months. The captain J. McShane was not playing as he had hurt himself in the match against Fitzroy on the previous Saturday." (Herald May 14 p4)

After suffering humiliation the previous week, the Blues made seven changes to their side, and kept South Melbourne to just one major score for the whole match. Although a lot of the Bloods' missed shots were simply unforgiveable, Carlton's Percy Pitt nailed two majors in an impressive debut, while full-back Frank Hince was impassable all day in a brilliant display.

One win and one loss now had the Blues sitting sixth on the ladder, ahead of two winless teams in Melbourne and South Melbourne.

Team

B: Charlie Ross Frank Hince Henry Whight
HB: Henry Newbound Albert Trim Charlie O'Connor
C: Ted Kennedy Arthur Ryan Charlie Roland
HF: Henry McShane Mick Grace Bert Lithgow
F: Fred Webber Percy Pitt George Topping
Ruck: Jim Flynn (acting capt.) Fred Elliott Archie Snell
Coach: Jack Worrall

Changes

In : M.Grace, C.Ross, H.Newbound, G.Topping, C.O'Connor, P.Pitt, H.Whight
Out : J.McShane, J.Cullen, B.McNamara, F.Scott, C.Tough, M.Crowe, N.Hogg

Milestones

Debut : Percy Pitt, Henry Whight
Debut (Carlton) : Henry Newbound


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