|Date:||Saturday 14 July 1900|
|Result:||Win by 21 Points|
|Goalkickers:||J.Marr 2, F.Elliott 1, B.Lewis 1, C.Ross 1, J.Sullivan 1, B.Walsh 1.|
Game ReviewThe Blues all but avoided the wooden spoon with this comfortable 21-point win against everyone's favourite opposition of the era. Suddenly, it had turned into a remarkably even season between the bottom four teams, and it was still possible for Carlton to finish as high as fifth.
At the end of this round Carlton were in 7th spot on the ladder with a percentage of 72.4.
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|B:||Bill Sharkey||Peter Campbell||Bill Casey|
|HB:||Ned Bennett||Gerald O'Dwyer||Ernie Walton (vc)|
|C:||Charlie Roland||Wally Powell||Harry Rigby|
|HF:||Joe Marr||Bill McNamara||Joe Sullivan|
|F:||Charlie Ross||Bill Lewis||Fred Elliott|
|Ruck:||Len Morrison (acting capt.)||Bobby Walsh||Pat Considine|
|No Coach:||No coach and the captain directed the side|
ChangesIn: B.McNamara, P.Campbell, N.Bennett
Out: D.Stewart, A.Thompson, C.Oliver
MilestonesDebut: Ned Bennett
Last game: Peter Campbell
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