|Venue: Glenferrie Oval||Date: Saturday July 21, 1951|
|Result: Win by 17 points||Umpire:||Crowd: 14,000|
|Goalkickers: K.Hands 2, K.Warbuton 2, B.Comben 1, F.Davies 1, H.Sullivan 1.|
Game ReviewContinuing their mid-season resurgence, Carlton travelled to Glenferrie Oval on a bleak winter afternoon, and defeated the Hawks by 17 points. Only 14,000 hardy souls stood on the terraces in driving rain, to witness the final game of the Blues’ dual Premiership wingman Doug Williams, and journeyman ruckman Ken Aitken.
On the back of this, their third successive win, Carlton stepped up to fifth on the ladder behind Geelong, Fitzroy, Collingwood and Essendon. The Bombers had won one more game than the Blues, but their percentage was almost 10% less.
|B:||35 Jack Conley||27 Ollie Grieve||24 Harry Caspar|
|HB:||16 John Brown||25 Jim Baird||26 Jim Clark|
|C:||11 Laurie Kerr||6 Ern Henfry (c)||8 Arthur Hodgson|
|HF:||10 Fred Stafford||3 Harry Sullivan||4 Doug Guy|
|F:||1 Ken Hands (vc)||7 Keith Warburton||9 Jack Mills|
|Ruck:||28 Fred Davies||14 Vin English||15 Bruce Comben|
|Res:||29 Ken Aitken||12 Doug Williams|
ChangesIN: E.Henfry, K.Aitken
OUT: B.Deacon, H.Dunn
MilestonesLast Games: Ken Aitken and Doug Williams
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