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Carlton lost to Essendon by 25 points at the MCG. 'Mickey' Crisp played his last game.

Preliminary Final, 1941

Carlton2.2142.6184.12369.1468
Essendon2.6186.84412.128413.1593
Venue: M.C.G.Date: September 20, 1941
Result: Loss by 25 pointsUmpire: BrideCrowd: 65,106
Goalkickers: P.Schmidt 2, C.Mann 2, J.Wrout 2, C.Crisp 1, R.Cooper 1, R.Savage 1.
Best: K.Baxter (BOG), F.Anderson, D.McIntyre, C.Mann, R.Cooper, V.Brown, J.Mooring.
Reports: Injuries:














Game Review

The Preliminary Final started with a swirling wind, and although Essendon had twice as many scoring shots in the first term as Carlton, the Blues were still in the game until late in the third quarter. As had been the case all season, inaccurate kicking hampered Carlton, and prevented the team from gaining any sort of scoring momentum. After quarter time, the Blues racked up 7.12 to Essendon's 11.9, and were beaten by 25 points.
Centre half-back Ken Baxter was valiant in defeat for the Blues, and widely regarded as Best on Ground.
























Team


B: 2 Don McIntyre 6 Bob Chitty 21 Frank Gill
HB: 5 George Bailey 4 Ken Baxter 1 Frank Anderson
C: 15 Vin Brown 8 Jack Skinner 32 Bob Green
HF: 19 Ron Cooper 28 Jack Wrout 12 Creswell 'Mickey' Crisp
F: 10 Jim Francis (c) 27 Cyril Mann 23 Paul Schmidt
Ruck: 24 Ron Savage 14 Rod McLean 16 Jim Mooring
19th Man: 31 Charlie McInnes
Coach: Percy Bentley


Milestones

50 Games: Charlie McInnes
Last Games: Creswell 'Mickey' Crisp and Jack Skinner


Semi Final | 1942