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Round 12, 1978         Carlton d Richmond by 43 pts - Princes Park

Round 12, 1978

Carlton8.95714.99317.1311520.17137
Richmond2.0125.5357.105213.1694
Venue: Princes ParkDate: Saturday June 24, 1978
Result: Win by 43 pointsUmpires: N.Nash & I.Robinson Crowd: 28,266 Receipts: $26,562
Goalkickers: R.Galt 6, M.Maclure 5, T.Keogh 3, P.Brown 2, D.Collins 1, K.Sheldon 1, J.Buckley 1, P.McConville 1
Best: M.Maclure, T.Pickett, D.McKay, P.Jones, B.Doull, K.Sheldon, R.Galt
Reports: Nil
Injuries: P.McConville, B.Doull (ankle) as an interchange in the second quarter. P.Brown (bruised thigh) by V.Catoggio in the last quarter.












Game Review

How the year had turned for both teams since round 1! Carlton disposed of Richmond so easily that their second half performance left many fans unhappy at not being able to bury the old enemy.

At Princes Park Carlton continued their improved form of the past six weeks, with a great 43 point victory against Richmond and it was centre-half-forward Mark Maclure who provided the spark for the win. Maclure took some brilliant marks and capped off the game with five goals. He was well supported with a hard running game by wingman Tony Pickett. - Inside Football Player of the Year.

Alex Jesaulenko is being dubbed the Genius for saving Carlton. Even if Carlton do not progress any further this year I feel his effort in regards to turning Rodney Galt into a full-time footballer deserves the tag of Genius. Galt, who has played football in Darwin, Sydney and Surfers Paradise and the bush because his club of the time didnt know what to do with him, has finally struck it. He is doing for Carlton what Peter Moore was doing for Collingwood last year. Some people are now saying "Peter Who?". Galt has kicked six goals three times and his new-found dedication and application must be amazing some of his old coaches and teammates. I only hope for his and Carlton's sakes this new lease of life is not a flash in the pan. We will have to wait and see. - Gary Dempsey Inside Football.


Team


B: 10 Alan Mangels 20 Geoff Southby 18 Kevin Heath
HB: 25 Alex Jesaulenko (cc) 43 David McKay (vc) 21 Rod Austin
C: 1 Denis Collins 9 Greg Towns 30 Tony Pickett
HF: 11 Bruce Doull 36 Mark Maclure 12 Barry Armstrong
F: 17 Rod Galt 41 Peter Brown 16 Jim Buckley
Ruck: 28 Peter Jones 8 Trevor Keogh 5 Ken Sheldon
Interchange: 33 Peter McConville 4 Vin Catoggio
Coach: Alex Jesaulenko


Milestones

Most Consecutive Games: Although mixed with State duties, this game marked the end of an extraordinary 160 games straight for Bruce Doull.


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