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Round 3, 1972         Carlton defeated South Melbourne by 32 points at the Lakeside Oval, in David Dickson's debut game.

Round 3, 1972

Carlton5.2329.66015.1310318.18126
Sth Melbourne3.4226.84410.86814.1094
Venue: Lakeside OvalDate: Saturday April 15, 1972
Result: Won by 32 pointsUmpire: K.SmithCrowd: 20,499 Receipts: $11,740
Goalkickers: B.Crosswell 5, A.Gallagher 4, R.Walls 3, B.Armstrong 2, P.Jones 2, A.Jesaulenko 1, B.Quirk 1.
Best: A.Gallagher, B.Crosswell, R.Walls, B.Quirk, A.Jesaulenko, J.Nicholls.
Reports: Injuries:











Game Review

Although they lacked the big man strength of their opponents, South fought out a poor spectacle at the Albert Park Oval with great tenacity. Carlton had a return to form by three big players in Robert Walls, David McKay and John Nicholls to help them pave the way for their fourth win a row over South. South's new forward, former Hawk Lance Morton, was slow to start but finished the game with five goals. - Football Record.


Team

B: 19 John O'Connell 20 Geoff Southby 30 Vin Waite
HB: 15 Phil Pinnell 11 Bruce Doull 33 Paul Hurst
C: 8 Trevor Keogh 12 Barry Armstrong 32 Bryan Quirk
HF: 17 Brent Crosswell 42 Robert Walls (vc) 5 Syd Jackson
F: 28 Peter Jones 25 Alex Jesaulenko 27 David Dickson
Ruck: 2 John Nicholls (cc) 43 David McKay 10 Adrian Gallagher
Res: 24 Peter Fyffe 49 Andy Lukas
Coach: John Nicholls

Changes

In : A. Lukas, D. Dickson
Out : G. Kennedy, I. Robertson

Note : Andrew Lukimitis had changed his name to Lukas from 1971.


Milestones

100 Games : Alex Jesaulenko
100 Goals : Bryan Quirk
Debut : David Dickson


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