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1972 Reserves

Reserves Season 1972
Coach: Keith McKenzie
Captain: Barry Gill
Vice-Captain: Brian Walsh
Best & Fairest: Peter Fyffe
Gardiner Medal: John Warden 4th place
Leading Goalkicker: Brian Walsh 36 goals (6th in the competition), Peter Warburton 28 goals (17th in the competition), Gary Schiele 27 goals (19th in the competition), John Warden 25 goals (23rd in the competition)
Position: 3rd
Premier: Hawthorn











May 06
Carlton played Geelong at Princes Park
Carlton lost; 14.9.93 -14.25.109
Goals; Brian Walsh 8, Lynch 3, Peter Hall, Graeme Robertson, Robert Kirkman
Best; Brian Walsh, Peter Bacon, Peter Davey, Barry Gill, Robert Kirkman
Carlton seventh
Played 6, Won 2, Lost 4, Drawn 0, 91.2%, Points 8


Round 8: 20th May, 1972.

St Kilda 10.14.74
Carlton 10.7.67

Result: Lost by 7 Points.

Goalkickers:

Best:



Round 9: 27th May, 1972.

Carlton 20.11.131
Nth Melb. 9.3.57

Result: Won by 74 Points.

Goalkickers:

Best:




Round 22: 2nd September, 1972.

Carlton 19.14.128
Footscray 14.10.94

Result: Won by 34 Points.

Goalkickers: John Warden 9, Brian Walsh 4, Gary Schiele 3, Neil Chandler 2, Bryan Quirk 1.

Best: John Warden, Rod Austin, Tony Smith, Peter Fyffe, Brian Walsh, Tony Zoanetti.



1972 Reserves End of Home & Away Season Ladder


PosTeamWinsLossesDrawsPointsForAgainst%
1Hawthorn1921 782638 1712 154.1
2Richmond1750 682497 1809138.3
3Melbourne1750 682152 1600 134.5
4Essendon1561 622112 1685 125.3
5Carlton1480 56 1828 1714 106.7
6Geelong1390 522439 1978 123.3
7Footscray1390 522001 1942 103.0
8Sth Melbourne8140 321980 2145 92.3
9Collingwood7150 281801 2103 85.6
10St Kilda5170 201451 2058 70.5
11Nth Melbourne2200 81541 2760 55.8
12Fitzroy1210 41577 2511 62.8



1972 Reserves Finals Series


Elimination Final - 9th September, 1972.

Carlton 15.10.100
Essendon 14.9.93

Result: Won by 7 Points.

Goalkickers:
John Warden 4, Brian Walsh 3, Gary Schiele 3, Eric Pascoe 2, Paul O'Brien 1, Peter Hall 1, Vin Catoggio 1.

Best: John Warden, Brian Walsh, Neil Chandler, Peter Hall, Rod Austin, Vin Catoggio, Eric Pascoe.

Blues' great finish
Carlton Reserves staged a whirlwind finish to win their elimination final by seven points against Essendon. Carlton hit the front at the 27-minute mark of the last quarter and then added another goal right on the siren to clinch the win. They won 15.10.(100) to 14.9.(93). Essendon was unable to match this finishing onslaught although they had led throughout the game. Burly Essendon ruckman Gary Grainger dominated the ruck duels and used handball very constructively to continually put his side into attack. He combined well with rover Don Goss, whose deadly accurate kicking for goal enabled him to notch five for the match. Red-headed John Warden was brilliant at centre half-forward for Carlton and his strong marking was a key factor in Carlton's victory. - The Australian.


Qualifying Final - Melbourne 11.15.81 d Richmond 10.8.68


1st Semi Final - 16th September, 1972.

Carlton 12.8.80
Richmond 9.15.69

Result: Won by 11 points.

Goalkickers:
John Warden 3, Paul O'Brien 2, Gary Schiele 2, Peter Bacon 2, Vin Catoggio 2, Neil Chandler 1.

Best: Brian Walsh, John Warden, Garry Crane, Vin Catoggio, Peter Bacon, Eric Pascoe, Barry Gill.



2nd Semi Final - Melbourne 14.10.94 d Hawthorn 8.14.62







Preliminary Final - 23rd September, 1972.

Carlton 9.14.68
Hawthorn 15.11.101

Result: Lost by 33 Points.

Goalkickers:
John Warden 4, Eric Pascoe 1, Brian Walsh 1, Neil Chandler 1, Peter Hall 1, Vin Catoggio 1.

Best: Garry Crane, John Warden, Barry Gill, Rod Austin, Greg Lethborg, Peter Warburton, Eric Pascoe, Brian Walsh, Peter Bacon.









































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