Round 6, 1901         A narrow loss to Melbourne, and the start of our worst run of defeats, which stands at 14.

Round 6, 1901

Venue: M.C.G.Date: Saturday June 1, 1901
Result: Loss by 15 pointsUmpire: Crowd:
Goalkickers: J.Gardiner 3, H.McShane 1, C.Ross 1.
Reports: Injuries:

Game Review

This loss would begin Carlton's worst-ever losing sequence of 14 games, a litany of failure that would not end until Round 3, 1902 under master coach Jack Worrall.

At the end of this round Carlton were in 7th spot on the ladder with a percentage of 50.3.


B: Bill McNamara (vc) Charlie Maplestone Harold Daniel
HB: Bill Pettit Ernie Walton (c) Harry Powell
C: Wally O'Cock Henry McShane Charlie Roland
HF: Charlie Ross Joe Sullivan Jack Gardiner
F: Rhoda McDonald Joe Marr George Cornelius
Ruck: Len Morrison Fred Elliott Paddy Noonan
No Coach: No coach and the captain directed the side


In: R.McDonald, G.Cornelius, C.Ross, C.Maplestone, B.Pettit, H.Powell
Out: P.Williams, P.Considine, A.Thompson, J.Loriot, J.Robinson, C.Stewart


50 Games: Len Morrison
Debut: Harry Powell
Debut (Carlton): Rhoda McDonald
Debut (Carlton) and Only Game: George Cornelius
Score Records: This was the opening loss of a record 14-game losing streak for Carlton

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