|Date:||Saturday 23 June 1900|
|Result:||Loss by 8 Points|
|Goalkickers:||P.Campbell 1, B.Lewis 1, E.Walton 1.|
Game ReviewKicking with the aid of a strong wind off Corio Bay, Carlton trampled Geelong in the final quarter, but just couldn't kick straight when it mattered. From 28 points down, the Blues stormed home - keeping the Pivotonians scoreless, but managing only 2.8 from ten shots - and lost by 8 points. It was a costly loss, dropping the Blues to sixth (with a percentage of 78.2) and into the danger of losing touch with the top four.
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|B:||Bill Sharkey||Arthur Thompson||Bill Casey|
|HB:||Will Stuckey (c)||Gerald O'Dwyer||Ernie Walton (vc)|
|C:||Charlie Roland||Wally Powell||Harry Rigby|
|HF:||Fred Elliott||Bill McNamara||Bill Lewis|
|F:||Jack Gilbert||Peter Campbell||Charlie Curtis|
|Ruck:||Len Morrison||Bobby Walsh||Pat Considine|
|No Coach:||No coach and the captain directed the side|
ChangesIn: C.Curtis, J.Gilbert, P.Campbell
Out: J.Sullivan, J.Marr, C.Ross
MilestonesLast Game: Charlie Curtis
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