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A dominant last quarter by the Blues brought a win by 22 points over St Kilda at the Junction Oval.

Round 3, 1956

Carlton3.2208.5538.75513.987
St Kilda2.6182.6187.9519.1165
Venue: Junction OvalDate: Saturday April 28, 1956
Result: Win by 22 pointsUmpire: R. FlanaganCrowd: 26,400
Goalkickers: K.Hamilton 4, B.Milroy 4, K.Clark 2, D.Beasy 1, G.Donaldson 1, L.Kerr 1.
Reports: Injuries: Donaldson (possible broken bone in hand) replaced by Crowe at three quarter time. Zeunert (bruised ribs) replaced by Bosustow final quarter.










Game Review

First-gamer Kevan Hamilton, and stalwart forward Bill Milroy each kicked four goals in this good win for the Blues against St Kilda at the Junction Oval.

The atmosphere at the Junction Oval when the teams ran out was akin to a final at the M.C.G., but this was a match between two teams that had yet to win a game!
Carlton's "greater strength and more experience" was the difference between the teams.
Defenders Ferry, Comben, English, Webster and James played well. Kevan Hamilton made his debut with smart roving and accurate kicking.

Carlton coach Jim Francis;

"It was a nice experience to win a game,but we were still guilty of a lot of fumbling, miskicking, and silly handball. Our pace helped a lot and our defence was in good shape. I would like to pay a tribute to St.Kilda. They were a very different proposition to last year and it is to Allan Killigrew's credit the way they fought it out to the finish."

Best; Beasy, Chick, Comben, Ferry, Milroy, Hamilton, Webster.
Scorers; Milroy 4.0, Hamilton 4.2, Clarke 2.0, Beasy 1.2, Donaldson 1.1, Kerr 1.0, Munro 0.1, Rushed 3.

Team

B: 15 Bruce Comben 25 George Ferry 14 Vin English
HB: 19 Denis Zeunert 3 Peter Webster 10 John James
C: 23 John Chick 12 Don Nicholls 8 Max Ellis
HF: 17 Doug Beasy 2 Bill Milroy 11 Laurie Kerr (vc)
F: 16 Kevin Clarke 24 Vic Garra 5 Kevan Hamilton
Ruck: 1 Ken Hands (c) 13 Graham Donaldson 22 Frank Munro
Res: 34 Bob Crowe 4 Bob Bosustow
Coach: Jim Francis


Milestones

Debut: Kevan Hamilton
Last game: Max Ellis
100 games: Vin English


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