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Carlton lost to South Melbourne by 66 points - Lakeside Oval. The Blues were scoreless at half time, a feat which thankfully has never been repeated.

Round 16, 1924

Carlton0.000.002.5174.731
Sth Melbourne1.8145.13439.156913.1997
Venue: Lakeside OvalDate: Saturday August 23, 1924
Result: Lose by 66 pointsUmpire: ClarkeCrowd: 22,000
Goalkickers: A.Duncan 2, E.McAlpine 1, S.McLatchie 1.
Reports: Injuries: H.Toole (ankle), B.Wilson (knee)










Game Review

The South players lined up before the game and gave three cheers to Carlton captain Paddy O'Brien who led the victorious Victorian side at the recent interstate carnival.
The only time in club history where the Blues went in scoreless at half time. A sad day indeed.

At the end of this round Carlton were in 7th spot on the ladder with a percentage of 93.3.

Free Kicks

Carlton: 12 08 12 15 (47)
S. Melb: 10 05 05 07 (27)

Team

B: 26 Ray Brew 33 Jim Watson 6 Bob Wilson
HB: 4 Fred Pringle 10 Paddy O'Brien (c) 11 Maurie Beasy
C: 8 Norm Sexton 21 Stewart McLatchie (vc) 14 Harry Bell
HF: 32 Pat Kennedy 20 Alex Duncan 7 Stan Trebilco
F: 22 Harry Toole 23 Hedley Blackmore 28 Ernie McAlpine
Ruck: 5 Rupe Hiskins 29 Garney Goodrick 25 Harold Carter
Coach: Percy Parratt


Milestones

50 VFL Games: Harold Carter
Debut: Norm Sexton


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