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1942 Reserves        

1942 Reserves

Reserves Season 1942
Coach: TBD
Captain: TBD
Best & Fairest: No award
Position: 8th
Premier: St Kilda






Final List

Old

Anderson, Bailey, Baird, Bennett, Bignall, Brown, Butler, Carney, Chitty, Cooper, Francis, Gill, Green, McIntyre, McInnes, Mooring, Price, Sanger, Savage, Schmidt, Sleith, Wrout.

New

R. Atkinson (Coburg), W. Atkinson (RAAF), L. Collins (Coburg), Gniel (Geelong), Howell (Chelsea), Irvine (Coburg), Knight (Geelong), Morgan (Northcote), Standfield (Brunswick), Frank White (Werribee South)

To be added when available

Connellan (West Melbourne), Bert Deacon (Preston), Mann (Preston)

Supplementary

Ted Andrews (rover, Carlton seconds), Jack Bradbury (follower) , Ron Boys (17 yo 6ft local schoolboy champion), W. Brown (Coburg), Jim Clark (Elmore), Collicoat, Cripps, H. Davies, Dawson, Eldridge, C. Fitzgerald, C. Green, Lummus, Marriott, Powell, Power, Stanley, Jack Stogdell (Chelsea), S. Wilson.D. D. McHugh (Wedderburn),

World War 2 Problems

The Reserves this year is an eight team competition consisting of Carlton, Essendon, Fitzroy, Footscray, Melbourne, Richmond, South Melbourne, and North Melbourne.
Geelong, because of war time travel restrictions went into recession and did not compete in the Seniors or Reserves this year.
Due to man-power shortages, Collingwood, Hawthorn, and Richmond maintained a Senior team, but did not compete in the 1942 Reserves competition.

Due to wartime requirements South Melbourne's home ground the Lake Oval was unavailable, and South's seniors played home games at Princes Park. It seems that Carlton Reserves played their home games at McAlister Oval which is off Park Street, Parkville. The oval is still there, its a good drop kick north-west from Princes Park on the other other side of the Brunswick railway line, west of Sydney Road.

May 16
Opening round
Carlton played South Melbourne
Carlton team;
Backs; Bignell, McIntyre, Atkinson
Half backs; Davies, Anderson, Eldridge or Bradley
Centres; Kinder, Power, Fitzgerald
Half forwards; Irvine, Boys, Butler
Forwards; Bennett, Morgan, Andrews
Followers; Stogdell, Stanfield
Rover; Price
Emergencies; Stanley, Clifford, Dakis, Brown, B. Green
Carlton lost; 10.10.70 - 22.20.152
Reserves Ladder; Carlton
The Football Record had Carlton in fifth place.
Played 1, Won 0, Lost 1, Drawn 0, For 70, Against 152, 46.05%, Points 0

May 23
Carlton played Essendon at McAlister Oval
Carlton team; (22 named)
From; Atkinson, Beer, Bignell, Bradbury, Bradley, Boys, Browne, Butler, Carney, Clifford, Collicoat, Dakis, Eldridge, Fitzgerald, Hale, Howell, Irvine, Kinder, Power, Price, Standfield, Stogdell.
Carlton won; 13.24.112 - 9.3.57

May 30
Carlton played Fitzroy
.*Saturday's Age said "The new follower Stogdell, of Chelsea, is unable to obtain leave."
Carlton team
Backs; Sleith, Ryan, Grieve or Brown
Half backs; Boys, Baird, Andrew
Centres; Rivers, Collicoat, Fitzgerald
Half forwards; Irvine, Howell, Butler
Forwards; Stogdell*, Morgan, Beer
Followers; Hollingshead, Stanfield
Rover; Price
Emergencies; Clark, Power, Eldridge, Bradbury, Bradley, Dakis, Ross.
Carlton lost; 10.12.72 - 11.15.81

June 06
Carlton played Richmond
Carlton team; (28 named)
From; Bignall, Ryan, Grieve Stodgell, Morgan, Sleith, Atkinson, Harbour, Clark, Collicoat, F. White, Baird, Howell, Boys, Stanfield, Ross, Irvine, Hollingshead, Brown, Beer, Dakis, Eldridge, Green, Power, Bradbury, Kinder, Fitzgerald, Neville.
Carlton lost; 12.12.84 - 15.16.106
Reserves Ladder; Carlton 7th.
Played 4, Won 1, Lost 3, Drawn 0, For 338, Against 396, 85.3%, Points 4

June 13
Carlton played North Melbourne
Carlton team; (24 named)
From; Andrew, Bignell, Brown, Beer, Boys, Clarke, Collicoat, Dakis, Fitzgerald, B. Green, Hollingshead, Harbour, Howell, Irvine, Kinder, Morgan, Neville, Power, Ross, Ryan, Standfield, Hodgell, White, Sleith.
Carlton won; 13.13.91 - 4.10.34

June 20
Carlton played Footscray at Princes Park
(Carlton were at the Western Oval & South Melb. were playing at Punt Road.)
Carlton team; (23 named)
From; Andrews, Bignell, Brown, Beer, Bradbury, Boys, Collicoat, Clark, Dakis, Fitzgerald, Green, Harbour, Hollingshead, Howell, Irvine, Kinder, Neville, Power, Ross, Sleith, Hogells, Stanfield, White.
Umpire; Glasson
Carlton lost; 16.12.108 - 17.11.113
Reserves Ladder; Carlton 6th.
Played 6, Won 2, Lost 4, Drawn 0, For, Against , %, Points 8

June 27

July 04
Carlton played Melbourne at McAlister Oval
Umpire; Morgan


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