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Round 16, 1898         Sectional Round 2, Carlton lost to Fitzroy by 83 points at the Brunswick Street Oval.

Round 16, 1898

Carlton 1.1 7 1.1 7 1.1 7 1.1 7
Fitzroy 2.7 19 4.10 34 8.14 62 12.18 90
Venue: Brunswick Street Oval Date: Saturday September 3, 1898
Result: Loss by 83 points Umpire: Crowd:
Goalkicker: H.Dunne 1.
Reports: Nil Injuries: Nil













Game Review

The season couldn't end soon enough. The Blues failed to score after quarter time, and in two rounds of sectional play had lost by a total of 150 points. In fact, the combined difference in scoring shots in the two matches was 60-5, so the total deficit could well have been a lot more.

Jim Balharry came out of retirement to play this game. He was our Club Secretary at the time.

Team


B: Jack Roberts Charlie Sweatman Bill Weir
HB: Jack Reekie Ernie Walton (c) Mick Donaghy
C: Bill Casey Dick Stewart Charlie Curtis
HF: George Warde Henry Dunne Dan Pender
F: Les Vernon Jim Balharry Wally O'Cock
Rucks: Len Morrison Herman Dohrmann George Young
Bill Sharkey
Rover: Bobby Walsh
Coach: No coach and the captain directed the side
Note: 4 Rucks, 20 players on the ground and no interchange

Changes

In: E.Walton, D.Pender, J.Balharry
Out: S. Chapman, C.Breese, J.Pender

Milestones

Debut and Only Game: Jim Balharry
Last Game: Dan Pender and Bill Weir
Score Records: This is Carlton's lowest ever score against Fitzroy, although a new record loss to the Brisbane Lions of 117 points was recorded in Round 16, 2007.


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