|Venue:||Brunswick Street Oval|
|Date:||Saturday 17 June 1899|
|Result:||Loss by 32 Points|
|Best:||G. Young, H. McShane|
Game ReviewFollowing victory over the woeful Saints, the (pretty woeful) Blues hung on to the defending premiers Fitzroy through the first half of this match at the Brunswick Street Oval, before succumbing by 32 points. An output of only 15 goals from 7 games suggests the forward line was not functioning particularly well.
One person at the game who obviously wasn't taking much interest was the reporter from the The Age newspaper. He awarded Carlton's goal only goal to Ernie Walton, when in fact it was Wally O'Cock who kicked it, early in the first quarter.
At the end of this round Carlton were in 7th spot on the ladder with a percentage of 37.2.
|B:||Arthur Thompson||Will Stuckey (vc)||Bob Bird|
|HB:||Dan Lanigan||Bill Sharkey||Bill McNamara|
|C:||Henry McShane (c)||Bobadil Hooper||Bill Casey|
|HF:||Ernie Walton||Peter Williams||Dick Walker|
|F:||Wally O'Cock||Joe Archer||Pat Considine|
|Ruck:||Len Morrison||George Young||Billy Monagle|
|No Coach:||No coach and the captain directed the side|
ChangesIn: B.Sharkey, J.Archer
Out: B.Churchyard, A.McSpeerin
MilestonesLast game: Joe Archer
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