|Venue: Princes Park||Date: Saturday 19 May 1945|
|Result: Won by 11 points||Umpire: Spokes||Crowd: 11,000|
|Goalkickers: J.Mooring 3, C.Wines 2, M.Price 2, B.Green 1, K.Hands 1, F.McGrath 1, K.Hopper 1, R.Savage 1.|
Game ReviewEighteen year-old Ken Hands played the first of his 211 games for the Blues in this close-fought win over a committed St Kilda at Princes Park; a match that was also the last for club vice captain Bob Green. The win lifted Carlton to eighth place on the ladder, just 4 points outside the top four, in a season that was shaping as very even.
|B:||34 Bernie Bignell||6 Bob Chitty (c)||14 Rod McLean (vc)|
|HB:||15 Vin Brown||18 Arthur Sanger||12 Doug Williams|
|C:||11 Ron Hines||26 Jim Clark||8 Fred Fitzgibbon|
|HF:||2 Ken Hopper||1 Ken Hands||32 Bob Green (vc)|
|F:||19 Frank McGrath||10 Clinton Wines||30 Mick Price|
|Ruck:||24 Ron Savage||3 Jack Bennett||16 Jim Mooring|
|19th Man:||7 Herb Turner|
MilestonesDebut: Ken Hands
Last Game: Vice Captain Bob Green played his 187th and last game for the Blues.
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