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Debuts 1897 to 1899

Whilst the debuts of 20 young Blues for Carlton's inception game into the VFL / AFL is explored here, this page highlights the debuts of Carlton players after that game and until the end of 1899.

Given this period of time was bleak for the Blues in terms of on-field success, it should surprise no-one as to the level of turnover at Carlton:

1899
Round 17: Jack Gilbert, Victor Rapp
Round 15: Harry Evans
Round 12: Harry Thompson
Round 11: Bill Collins
Round 10: Dick Gorsuch
Round 8: Harry Lewis
Round 6: Artie McSpeerin
Round 5: Arthur Thompson, Dick Walker
Round 2: Bob Bird, Dan Lanigan
Round 1: Henry Allender, Joe Archer, George Cowell, Alf Hearnden, John Hooper, Bill McNamara, Henry McShane, Billy Monagle, Will Stuckey

1898
Round 17: Jack Douglas, Pat Considine
Round 16: Jim Balharry
Round 15: Les Vernon
Round 14: Dick Stewart
Round 10: George Young
Round 9: Bill Churchyard
Round 8: Mick Donaghy
Round 6: Herman Dohrmann
Round 5: Jim Coucher, Alf Moore
Round 4: Tommy Kinman
Round 3: Des Meadowcroft, Dan Pender
Round 2: Charlie Curtis, Mick Pender
Round 1: Fred Barlow, Charlie Brown, Len Morrison, Tommy O'Day, Jim Pender, Bill Sharkey, George Warde

1897
Round 14: Billy Arnott
Round 13: Jim Goonan
Round 11: Herbie Lowenthal
Round 10: Sam Reid
Round 8: Bill Patterson
Round 7: Oscar Manchester
Round 6: Jack Roberts, Jack Frost
Round 5: Henry Crane
Round 4: Jim Lyons, Harry H Morgan, Bobby Walsh
Round 3: Jim Caffery, Chic Breese
Round 2: Sam Chapman, Harry Gyles, Harry Howard, Alby Paterson, Peter Williams
Round 1: See here

Debuts | Debuts in our first game of VFL | Debuts 1900 to 1904
Contributors to this page: molsey .
Page last modified on Monday 02 of July, 2007 13:59:44 AEST by molsey.

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