Carlton had the bye in Round 14, 1923.
At the end of this round Carlton were in 7th spot on the ladder with a percentage of 80.6.
On August 11, Carlton journeyed to Sydney and played a combined team at Erskinville winning 18.16.124 - 11.6.72
N.S.W. had recently played well against Victoria in Melbourne on June 30, and had beaten Melbourne just two weeks ago on July 28.
Umpire; C. Murray
Carlton team; (as published in The Arrow, Friday)
Backs; R. Hiskins, J. Watson, R. Faust
Half backs; Husband, J. Goonan, Williams
Centres; A. Whannell, H. Blackman/Blackmore, H. Bell
Half forwards; P. Kennedy, H. Clover (capt), A. Duncan
Forwards; R. Brew, F. Pritchard, J. Davies
Followers; G. Goodrick, M. Beasy
Monday's S.M.H. named Carlton's 18, & had included P. O'Brien (v.c), S. McLatchie, & N. Chandler, instead of Husband, Williams, & Dick.
Carl; 6.5 8.7 12.11 18.16.124
NSW; 3.0 9.4 10.4 11.6.72
Goals; Brew 5, Blackmore 4, Clover 2, Kennedy 2, Duncan 2, Beasy, Goonan, McLatchie
Players mentioned; (9) Brew, Clover, Duncan, Beasy, Blackmore, Kennedy, Pritchard, McLatchie, O'Brien.
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