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Barry Gill made his debut for Carlton in this 21-point defeat by Hawthorn at Glenferrie Oval.

Round 2, 1964

Carlton1.173.3217.4468.553
Hawthorn2.8205.15457.16589.2074
Venue: Glenferrie OvalDate: Saturday April 25, 1964
Result: Loss by 21 pointsUmpire: BrophyCrowd: 28,000
Goalkickers: J.Miller 5, J.Comben 1, J.Gill 1, S.Silvagni 1.
Reports: Injuries: B.McMaster-Smith (shin) replaced by I.Nankervis in last quarter. M.Sankey (bruised wrist) by B.Gill in last quarter











Game Review

Hawthorn controlled this game from the opening bounce at Glenferrie Oval, and should have won by more than the final margin of 21 points. The only consolation for Carlton was the promising effort of second-game full-forward Jim Miller (who kicked 5 goals), and the debuts of future Premiership defender Barry Gill and lively rover Ian Nankervis.

Best Carlton players according to The Age;
Gordon Collis was best on the ground, J.Miller, C.Stewart, K.Hall, M.Sankey, B.McMaster-Smith
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John Benetti (8), Gordon Collis, unknown Hawthorn player, and Hawk full forward John Peck running in. Age April 27

Team

B: 8 John Benetti 17 Gordon Collis 5 Ken Greenwood
HB: 11 John Goold 20 Wes Lofts (dvc) 14 Bob Crowe
C: 25 John Comben 30 Murray Kick 39 Cliff Stewart
HF: 19 Ian Collins 12 John Gill 3 Kevin Hall
F: 16 Maurie Sankey (vc) 22 Jim 'Frosty' Miller 40 Bruce McMaster-Smith
Ruck: 2 John Nicholls 1 Serge Silvagni (c) 15 Greg Hardie
Res: 21 Barry Gill 23 Ian Nankervis
Coach: Ken Hands

In: B. Gill, I. Nankervis
Out: T. Best, G. Anderson

Milestones

Debut: Ian Nankervis, Barry Gill


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