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Carlton start 1901 with a hat-trick of defeats, this time at home to Geelong.

Round 3, 1901

Carlton1.392.7192.7193.826
Geelong1.282.5175.12427.1355
Venue: Princes ParkDate: Saturday May 11, 1901
Result: Loss by 29 pointsUmpire: D'HelinCrowd:
Goalkickers: E.Walton 1, H.Pye 1, J.Sullivan 1.
Best: C.Rowland, H.Rigby, F.Elliott, C.Maplestone, B.McNamara, J.Gardiner, L.Morrison, J.Marr, P.Considine
Reports: Injuries:











Game Review

Carlton matched Geelong in the first half, but failed to score in the third quarter to surrender the match.

After three losses, the Blues were last on the ladder, with a miserable percentage of 24.76. Geelong's win lifted them to to the top of the table, ahead of South Melbourne, Collingwood and Fitzroy.

Team

B: Bill McNamara (vc) Charlie Maplestone Harold Daniel
HB: Charles Raff Ernie Walton (acting capt.) Bill Pettit
C: Charlie Roland Jack Gardiner Harry Rigby
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

Changes

In: B.McNamara
Out: W.O'Cock

Milestones

Last game: Charles Raff


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