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Round 11, 1905         The Blues bounced back to the winner's list with this vital 2-point win over Fitzroy at the Brunswick Street Oval.

Round 11, 1905

Carlton 2.2 14 3.3 21 3.4 22 6.5 41
Fitzroy 1.3 9 2.7 19 4.8 32 5.9 39
Venue: Brunswick Street Oval Date: Saturday July 22, 1905
Result: Win by 2 points Umpire: Crowd:
Goalkickers: J.Kennedy 2, F.Caine 1, G.Johnson 1, C.Roland 1, G.Topping 1.
Reports: Nil Injuries: Nil











Game Review

Earlier in the year, Fitzroy had cruised through the first seven rounds undefeated. But a shock loss to Geelong in round 10 was their second in three games, and they were expected to come out blazing when they hosted Carlton in this vital game at the Brunswick Street oval.

The match turned into an absorbing battle of the defences, and scoring opportunities were few before the Maroons made the most of their chances in the third quarter and broke away to a 10-point lead. But with the wind at their backs, Carlton rallied in the last ten minutes, and kicked 3.1 to 1.1 to snatch victory by just two points. Helping Carlton's cause, South Melbourne beat Essendon by a point at the Lake Oval, and suddenly, the Blues were back up to third.

At the end of this round Carlton were in 3rd spot on the ladder with a percentage of 97.3.


Team

B: Norman Clark Archie McNeel Bert Parke
HB: Rod McGregor Billy Payne Charlie Hammond
C: Ted Kennedy Bob Boyle George Bruce
HF: George Topping Mick Grace (vc) George S Johnson
F: Archie Snell Frank Caine Jim Kennedy
Ruck: Jim Flynn (c) Fred Elliott Charlie Roland
Coach: Jack Worrall


Changes

In: G.Topping
Out: B.McVeigh


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