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Round 1, 1961         Carlton began 1961 with a 10-point win over St Kilda at the Junction Oval. Future club President Ian Collins made his playing debut, as did star full-forward 'Turkey Tom' Carroll.

Round 1, 1961

Carlton0.224.6306.7436.1248
St Kilda2.3153.4224.6305.838
Venue: Junction OvalDate: Saturday April 15, 1961
Result: Win by 10 pointsUmpire: AndrewCrowd: 30,400
Goalkickers: T.Carroll 5, L.Brereton 1.
Best: S.Silvagni (BOG), C.Pavlou, B.Arch, T.Carroll, J.Nicholls, B.Comben
Reports: Injuries: J.Williams (injured back) replaced by D.Nicholls in third quarter. B.Arch (cramp) replaced by J.Heathcote in last quarter.










Game Review

The Blues won by 10 points over St Kilda, despite not kicking a major in the opening quarter. To cap off the victory, we welcomed three players destined to make their mark on the game; Ian Collins, who would contribute greatly to Carlton both on and off field, 'Turkey Tom' Carroll, who was to become the Blues first John Coleman Medallist, and Martin Cross, who, after three seasons at Princes Park, embarked on a long and successful country coaching career.


G.Donaldson (hay fever) replaced by W.Lofts in selected side.

Team

B: 15 Bruce Comben 25 George Ferry 1 Serge Silvagni
HB: 31 John Williams 14 Bob Crowe 10 John James (acting vc)
C: 21 Bill Arch 9 Berkley Cox 35 Chris Pavlou
HF: 19 Ian Collins 20 Wes Lofts 3 Dave McCulloch
F: 16 Maurie Sankey 22 Tom Carroll 23 Martin Cross
Ruck: 2 John Nicholls (acting capt.) 18 Peter Barry 6 Leo Brereton
Res: 12 Don Nicholls 37 John Heathcote
Coach: Ken Hands

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The Age, Friday April 21

Milestones

Debut: Ian Collins, Martin Cross, Tom Carroll


1961 | Round 2

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