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Collingwood beat Carlton by 16 points at Victoria Park.

Round 6, 1962

Carlton2.2143.3218.45210.464
Collingwood1.066.3399.86212.880
Venue: Victoria ParkDate: Saturday May 26, 1962
Result: Loss by 16 pointsUmpire: Schwab Crowd: 34,528 Receipts: £3,090
Goalkickers: J.Nicholls 3, I.Collins 2, T.Carroll 1, G.Collis 1, J.Gill 1, M.Sankey 1, B.Williams 1.
Reports: Injuries: B.Buckley replaced by B.McMaster-Smith in last quarter.










Game Review

After the previous week's heavy loss to Essendon, Carlton restructured their side with six changes for this clash with Collingwood at Vic Park. But despite a good start, the Blues surrendered their lead in the second quarter, and chased 'Pies tail for the rest of the game.
This was a costly loss for the Blues, dropping us to seventh on the ladder - one win and a whopping 27% behind fourth-placed Footscray.

Serge Silvagni gave the Blues 100 minutes of serviceable football, well supported by John Nicholls, who held his own in the ruck and scored three valuable goals. Gordon Collis, at centre half-forward had a winning day, and Ian Collins on the flank was the best of the forward division and scored two goals. Berkley Cox did well in the centre despite the good play of his opposite number, Ken Turner. Best of the others was Bob Crowe on the half back-flank. - Football Record.

This was Carlton's 1200th VFL / AFL match. For a summary of Carlton's twelfth 100 League games, click here.

Team


B: 10 John James 26 Graeme Anderson 4 Brian Buckley
HB: 14 Bob Crowe 24 Henry Ogilvie 8 John Benetti
C: 21 Bill Arch 9 Berkley Cox 30 Murray Kick
HF: 19 Ian Collins 17 Gordon Collis 12 John Gill
F: 16 Maurie Sankey 22 Tom Carroll 7 Bruce Williams
Ruck: 2 John Nicholls (acting capt.) 1 Serge Silvagni 36 Peter Falconer
Res: 5 Ken Greenwood 40 Bruce McMaster-Smith
Coach: Ken Hands


In: B. Arch, J. Benetti, B. Williams, I. Collins, G. Anderson, H.Ogilvie
Out: L. Brereton, J. Heathcote, W. Lofts, V. Varlamos, M. Cross, J. Carroll

Image
1962 Rnd 6: Carlton's Bob Crowe and John Benetti (8). This photo is not exaggerating Benetti's thighs, they were huge!
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Milestones

Debut: Henry Ogilvie
Last game: Bill Arch
Club Milestone: 1,200th League Game


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