Loading...
 
Round 5, 1921         Carlton drew with South Melbourne at the Lakeside Oval - a second successive draw!

Round 5, 1921

Carlton 5.2 32 7.4 46 9.7 61 10.10 70
South Melbourne 2.2 14 5.6 36 8.8 56 10.10 70
Venue: Lakeside Oval Date: Saturday June 4, 1921
Result: Match drawn Umpire: Crowd: 25,000
Goalkickers: H.Morgan 5, G.Green 2, B.Boromeo 1, A.Duncan 1, S.McLatchie 1.
Reports: Injuries: M.Beasy (broken leg during second quarter)











Game Review

On this fateful day for the Blues, former South Melbourne forward William Morgan kicked five goals against his former club, while promising defender Maurie Beasy suffered a season-ending broken leg, and Carlton notched up consecutive draws for the second time in 11 years. It would be another 96 years before a team played in successive draws two weeks in row, this occurred with the GWS Giants in Rounds 15 and 16 2017

The previous occasion was in the first two rounds of 1911, when Carlton's current coach Norman Clark was a star player in both of those games.

At the end of this round Carlton were in 2nd spot on the ladder with a percentage of 112.7.

Team


B: 18 Wally Raleigh 17 Jim Watson 19 Fred Johnson
HB: 9 Maurie Beasy 27 Bert Boromeo 6 Jack Greenhill (vc)
C: 12 Charlie Canet (c) 13 Billy Blackman 3 Jack Stephenson
HF: 7 Charlie Fisher 1 Horrie Clover 4 Mort Keily
F: 2 Percy Daykin 23 William Morgan 16 Gordon Green
Ruck: 25 Frank Martin 5 Rupe Hiskins 21 Stewart McLatchie
Coach: Norman Clark


Milestones

Last Game: Mort Keily


Round 4 | Round 6

Random Image

thumbnail
2000 - Lance Whitnall.
thumbnail
1989 Reserves 2nd Semi Final - Coaches Profiles.

Online Users

160 online users

Search