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Round 8, 1904         Carlton's season continued to wobble with a 4-point loss to Fitzroy at Brunswick Street Oval.

Round 8, 1904

Carlton 2.2 14 5.6 36 6.9 45 7.10 52
Fitzroy 5.4 34 8.5 53 8.8 56 8.8 56
Venue: Brunswick Street Oval Date: Saturday June 25, 1904
Result: Lost by 4 points Umpire: Crapp Crowd:
Goalkickers : J.Marchbank 2, J.McShane 1, E.Prescott 1, A.Snell 1, G.Topping 1, H.McShane 1.
Reports: Nil Injuries: Nil













Game Review

The Blues did well to contain the ladder-leaders Fitzroy after half time, but the damage was done in a slow first quarter. Carlton's poor percentage would eventually came home to haunt us after this weekend, when South Melbourne beat Essendon, and Melbourne thrashed cellar-dwellers St Kilda. Despite the loss, this was a much better effort by the Blues than in their previous meeting with Fitzroy, who won by 94 points in round one.

As this turbulent season continued, Carlton and Essendon both dropped out of the top four after this round. Fitzroy, South Melbourne, Collingwood and Melbourne now led the way, with Carlton fifth.

Team

B: Henry Newbound Frank Hince Albert Gourlay
HB: Pat Pelly Albert Trim Ernie Walton
C: Ted Kennedy Bob Boyle George Bruce
HF: Henry McShane Mick Grace Eddie Prescott
F: Jim Marchbank Billy Leeds George Topping
Ruck: Joe McShane (c) Fred Elliott Archie Snell
Coach: Jack Worrall

Changes

In : J.McShane, H.Newbound, B.Leeds, A.Gourlay, G.Bruce, J.Marchbank, E.Prescott
Out : J.Flynn, B.McNamara, C.Roland, F.Webber, B.Lithgow, P.Pitt, H.Whight

Milestones

Debuts : Albert Gourlay and Eddie Prescott


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