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The Bloods exact revenge for our narrow win against them earlier in the year.

Round 11, 1901

Carlton0.113.1193.2203.220
Sth Melbourne2.2144.3275.73710.1070
Venue: Lakeside OvalDate: Saturday July 6, 1901
Result: Loss by 50 pointsUmpire: Crowd:
Goalkickers: D.Hart 2, B.Walsh 1.
Reports: Injuries:











Game Review

Although Carlton went into this away game against South Melbourne in the midst of a deep slump, our victory over the Bloods earier in the year was some encouragement. However, after an even first half, the Southerners got right on top, kicking five goals to nil in the last quarter to win by 50 points.

The only minor consolation for the Blues was that over at the MCG on that same Saturday afternoon, Melbourne beat Collingwood by 1 point and knocked the Magpies off the top of the ladder. And although Carlton was enduring a horror season, St Kilda's was worse. The Saints were still a dismal last - winless, and with a percentage of just 34.17.

Team


B: Bill Sharkey Charlie Maplestone Bill Pettit
HB: Harry Powell Ernie Walton (c) Bill McNamara (vc)
C: Charlie Roland Charlie Ross Harry Rigby
HF: Jack Gardiner Joe Sullivan Harry Pye
F: Dick Hart Charlie Stewart Bobby Walsh
Ruck: Joe Marr Fred Elliott Pat Considine
No Coach: No coach and the captain directed the side

Changes

In: B.Sharkey, J.Marr, C.Stewart, H.Powell
Out: H.McShane, P.Noonan, L.Morrison, H.Daniel

Milestones

Last Game: Charlie Stewart


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