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Round 15, 1974         Carlton lost to Richmond by 30 pts - MCG. Alan Mangels' debut game

Round 15, 1974

Carlton 3.0 18 7.4 46 8.5 53 11.9 75
Richmond 2.6 18 4.10 34 11.13 79 15.15 105
Venue: MCG Date: Saturday 13 July 1974
Result: Loss by 30 points Umpire: Mike Henry Crowd: 36,417 Receipts: $29,383
Goalkickers: C.Davis 5, J.Nicholls 3, R.Ashman 2, D.McKay 1.
Best: R.Ashman, R.Austin, C.Davis, D.Dickson, G.Whitnall, B.Doull, B.Walsh.
Reports: Mark Maclure (allegedly striking Mal Brown) - Not Guilty Injuries: B.Doull (sprained ankle), T.Keogh (broken nose)














Game Review

A depleted Carlton outfit missing a galaxy of stars, confronted the 1973 champions (on their way to defending the crown).

After a spirited first half resulted in a 12 point lead, partly attributable to Richmond's inaccuracy, the Blues succumbed to the more talented Tigers by 30 points.

Richmond continued their winning run by downing Carlton for the third consecutive time after being well down at half-time. The Tigers young half-forward Robert Lamb booted another five goals, which virtually meant the difference at the end of the game. It was the Blues lowest score in any game since the 1972 Second Semi Final re-play against Richmond at the MCG and their fourth "away" game loss in six games. - Football Record.

Team


B: 19 John O'Connell 20 Geoff Southby 35 Lance Styles
HB: 7 Graeme Whitnall 11 Bruce Doull 21 Rod Austin
C: 27 David Dickson 33 Paul Hurst 32 Bryan Quirk
HF: 22 Max O'Halloran 36 Mark Maclure 8 Trevor Keogh
F: 2 John Nicholls (cc) 23 Craig Davis 18 Brian Walsh
Ruck: 43 David McKay 31 Peter Hall 14 Rod Ashman
Res: 30 Vin Waite 10 Alan Mangels
Coach: John Nicholls


Milestones

Debut: Alan Mangels
Debut (Carlton): Max O'Halloran
Last Game: Lance Styles


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