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Carlton d Nth Melbourne by 61 pts - Arden St. Second hiding we gave the reigning premiers in 78

Round 20, 1978

Carlton4.42811.107613.149219.17131
Nth Melbourne1.393.6247.12549.1670
Venue: Arden StDate: Saturday August 19, 1978
Result: Win by 61 pointsUmpires: K.Smith & J.Chapman Crowd: 28,965 Receipts: $35,863
Goalkickers: K.Sheldon 5, R.Galt 5, P.McConville 5, V.Catoggio 3, R.Ashman 1
Best: G.Southby, R.Galt, K.Sheldon, P.Jones, M.Maclure, V.Catoggio, P.McConville
Reports: Nil Injuries: Nil











Game Review


Geoff Southby gave a dashing display for Carlton at full back against North Melbourne, and was largely responsible for the Blues great victory by shutting the North forwards right out of the game. Southby was well supported by the strong marking Blues forward Rod Galt who contested well with strong pack marks, that was topped off with five goals for the game. - Inside Football Player of the Year.

Treat for Southby
Carlton's full back Geoff Southby played a magnificent game against North Melbourne at Arden Street on Saturday. Southby was one of the main factors behind the Blues crushing 61 point victory, which established them as premiership favourites. He completely eclipsed North Melbourne star Malcolm Blight in the first half and beat several other opponents after that. - Geoff Poulter Inside Football.

Carlton are really on fire. Their effort in humbling North by 61 points was absolutely amazing. This game was supposed to be a close one, or so everyone thought, but Jezza and his men had other ideas. They just steamrolled the Roos with their big-man strength, their marking and also their ability to place the ball to position. Saturday's game highlighted North's definite lack of big, mobile players. They desperately need Peter Keenan and Frank Gumbleton back in their side. Peter Jones and Rod Galt had a birthday against the smaller North players. Of course North aren't as bad as they seemed. Carlton have made an amazing recovery, however Jezza must be just a little worried about how well events are going for him. Everything he touches turns to gold. I have no doubt he will remember how the Midas touch became a curse and therefore Carlton should not get too complacent. They must remember they have reached the position they now hold through hard work, and it will require even more, to have any impact on the finals. - Gary Dempsey Inside Football.

Team

B: 37 Wayne Harmes 20 Geoff Southby 21 Rod Austin
HB: 15 Phil Pinnell 43 David McKay (vc) 25 Alex Jesaulenko (cc)
C: 30 Tony Pickett 12 Barry Armstrong 1 Denis Collins
HF: 5 Ken Sheldon 36 Mark Maclure 11 Bruce Doull
F: 17 Rod Galt 33 Peter McConville 4 Vin Catoggio
Ruck: 28 Peter Jones 8 Trevor Keogh 14 Rod Ashman
Interchange: 41 Peter Brown 7 Graeme Whitnall
Coach: Alex Jesaulenko


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