|Date:||Saturday 15 May 1943|
|Result:||Won by 20 points|
|Goalkickers:||J.Baird 3, C.McInnes 2, K.McLean 1, J.Mooring 1, J.Wrout 1.|
|Best:||Rae, Savage, Mooring, Atkinson, Knight, Howell|
Game ReviewOn the surface, a 20 point win looks comfortable enough. But have a look at the scoring shots and you can see that the Blues of 1943 had more than their fair share of 'kicking behinds' - in a goal scoring sense - something that would hurt them all year.
Carlton remained in 1st on the ladder with a percentage of 154.7.
|B:||9 Bob Atkinson||12 George Gniel||6 Bob Chitty|
|HB:||18 Arthur Sanger||15 Vin Brown||1 Frank Anderson|
|C:||23 Keith Rae||14 Ken McLean||8 Fred Fitzgibbon|
|HF:||4 Lance Collins||28 Jack Wrout||11 Jim Knight|
|F:||31 Charlie McInnes||17 Jim Baird||13 Jack Howell|
|Ruck:||24 Ron Savage||3 Jack Bennett||16 Jim Mooring (acting capt.)|
|19th Man:||5 Ted Tuohill|
MilestonesDebut (Carlton): Ted Tuohill
Score Records: This was the last of 10 consecutive wins for Carlton, one of the best winning streaks in our history
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