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Carlton lost to Hawthorn by 20 points at Glenferrie Oval

Round 6, 1953

Carlton2.2143.7256.11476.1147
Hawthorn1.284.3277.54710.767
Venue: Glenferrie OvalDate: Saturday May 30, 1953
Result: Loss by 20 pointsUmpire: McMurrayCrowd: 12,000
Goalkickers: K.Hands 2, B.Milroy 1, G.Burke 1, J.Spencer 1, J.Mills 1.
Reports: Injuries: Wenn (concussion) replaced by Martini half time. Burke replaced Gill in selected team.










Game Review

Carlton's wayward kicking for goal was doubly costly on this cool afternoon at Glenferrie Oval. Hawthorn and Carlton had the same number of scoring shots at goal, but the Blues lost by 20 points and dropped to seventh spot on the ladder.

From the first bounce the Blues were outplayed by the Hawks with their bumping, high marking, and pace. Carlton lacked teamwork and played mostly as individuals who were run off their feet in the final term and failed to score.

Did You See?

"The Carlton trainer run onto the ground; 'attend' to the injured Hands, who then immediately went to full forward and scored sixth goal for his team?"

Best

Guy, Hands, Kerr, English, Comben, James

Team

B: 15 Bruce Comben 6 Harry Dern 24 Harry Caspar
HB: 16 John Brown 14 Vin English 4 Doug Guy
C: 34 A. Max Thomas 17 Doug Beasy 11 Laurie Kerr
HF: 23 John Chick 18 Max Wenn 10 John James
F: 2 Bill Milroy 5 Gerald Burke 32 Jack Spencer
Ruck: 13 Jack Howell (vc) 1 Ken Hands (c) 9 Jack Mills
Res: 25 George Ferry 27 Ray Martini
Coach: Percy Bentley


Milestones

Debut: Gerald Burke


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