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Round 6, 1902         Fitzroy were too good - winning by 38 points, but the umpire was Crapp.

Round 6, 1902

Carlton1.173.3213.4224.630
Fitzroy3.7254.8326.13499.1468
Venue: Princes ParkDate: Saturday June 7, 1902
Result: Lost by 38 pointsUmpire: Ivo CrappCrowd: 10,000
Goalkickers: B.McNamara 1, P.Noonan 1, J.Sullivan 1, G.Wickens 1.
Reports: Injuries: B.McNamara (broken nose), Ross (concussion)











Game Review


On a day when a new embankment was opened at Princes Park, Fitzroy kept their unbeaten run intact with this emphatic win. The Blues couldn’t hold the Maroon forwards, who were given a constant supply of the football by their star rover Percy Trotter. Carlton's Bill McNamara had his nose broken and left the field for five minutes, but returned to kick a goal and do all that he could to inspire the Blues.

Well-dressed larrikins at Princes Park kick umpire in Carlton thrashing by Fitzroy. - 100 Years of Australian Rules Football.

After this round, Carlton remained 7th on the ladder with a percentage of 56.6.

Team


B: Gordon Ross Charlie Tough Tom Watson
HB: Bill McNamara Ernie Walton Charlie Ross
C: Harry Rigby Wally Powell Charlie Roland
HF: Henry McShane Fred Scott Joe Sullivan (c)
F: George Wickens Bobby Walsh Archie Snell
Ruck: Joe McShane Joe Marr Paddy Noonan (vc)
Coach: Jack Worrall

Changes

In : P.Noonan, J.Sullivan, J.Marr, G.Ross, T.Watson
Out : P.Leahy, A.Barlow, F.Field, H.Crisfield, R.Dashwood

Milestones

50 Games : Bill McNamara
Debut (Carlton) : Gordon Ross
Last Game : George Wickens
Last Game (Carlton) : Harry Rigby


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