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Round 2, 1901         Carlton lost to Collingwood by 87 points at Victoria Park.

Round 2, 1901

Carlton0.550.550.770.77
Collingwood0.115.5357.64813.1694
Venue: Victoria ParkDate: Thursday May 9, 1901
Result: Loss by 87 pointsUmpire: CrappCrowd:
Goalkickers: Nil (sob!)
Best: F.Elliott, J.Marr, H.Rigby, P.Considine, E.Walton, P.Noonan, H.Daniel
Reports: Injuries:











Game Review


Thursday May 09 was the official public holiday to commemorate the opening of the Commonwealth Parliament.
The VFL decided to hold a full premiership round which a lot of League players were not too happy about, some even failing to put in an appearance.
In less than 48 hours the players would be expected to front up again in Round 3 on Saturday.

The Blues would get crunched after failing to kick a goal all game, narrowly missing out on our lowest score of all time. And you wonder why we despise the Pies so much (it can't be because of their success over the last 50 years!)

Incidentally, this game was played on a Thursday, to commemorate the visit of the Duke of Cornwall, and the Duchess of York. The royal visitors had come to Melbourne after attending the Federation celebrations in Canberra, and a full round of VFL matches was scheduled in their honour.

At the end of this round Carlton were in 8th spot on the ladder with a percentage of 16.8.

Team


B: Wally O'Cock Charlie Maplestone Harold Daniel
HB: Charles Raff Ernie Walton (acting capt.) Bill Pettit
C: Harry Rigby Jack Gardiner Charlie Roland
HF: Charlie Ross Joe Sullivan Joe Marr
F: Harry Pye Dick Hart Pat Considine
Ruck: Len Morrison Fred Elliott Paddy Noonan
No Coach: No coach and the captain directed the side

In: C.Maplestone, J.Gardiner
Out: H.McShane, J.Loriot

Milestones

Debut: Jack Gardiner


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