No Monday's experts here; a big, big loss to Essendon.

Round 7, 1901

Venue: East Melbourne Cricket Ground Date: Monday June 3, 1901
Result: Loss by 80 pointsUmpire: Crowd:
Goalkickers: P.Considine 1, R.McDonald 1, J.Sullivan 1.
Reports: Injuries:

Game Review

This game was one of a full round of matches on the King's Birthday Holiday Monday. The Blues met the Same Old at East Melbourne, and were obliterated by 80 points.

Our only consolation afterward was that St Kilda also lost heavily to the top side Collingwood at the Junction Oval, leaving the Saints winless and firmly anchored at the foot of the ladder. Carlton remained seventh, 8 points clear of St Kilda.


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


In: P.Considine, J.Loriot
Out: G.Cornelius, H.Powell


Last Games: Wally O'Cock, Jim Loriot

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