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The 'Baby Blues' beat South Melbourne at the Lakeside Oval by 25 points.

Round 8, 1964

Carlton1.396.64210.107012.1486
Sth Melbourne2.1133.5236.9458.1361
Venue: Lakeside OvalDate: Saturday June 6, 1964
Result: Win by 25 pointsUmpire: Grant Crowd: 18,700 Receipts: £1,470
Goalkickers: W.Lofts 5, T.Best 2, T.Thiessen 2, J.Gill 1, I.Nankervis 1, J.Nicholls 1.
Reports: Injuries:










Game Review

After an even first quarter, Carlton took control of this match at the Lake Oval, and ran out winners by 25 points. Playing at full-forward, Wes Lofts provided a reliable marking target and kicked five goals, while John Nicholls and Serge Silvagni returned from state team duties to add experience and leadership to a young side. In fact, this was the second-youngest ever Carlton team on record with an average age of 22 years, 37 days, and an average games tally of 33.8 matches.

This second successive win lifted the Blues to ninth on the ladder, two wins clear of South Melbourne, with the winless Fitzroy last.

Team


B: 1 Serge Silvagni (c) 38 Brian Henderson 5 Ken Greenwood
HB: 32 Vasil Varlamos 26 Graeme Anderson 21 Barry Gill
C: 39 Cliff Stewart 19 Ian Collins 33 Jim Pleydell
HF: 3 Kevin Hall 24 Tony Thiessen 12 John Gill
F: 16 Maurie Sankey (vc) 20 Wes Lofts (dvc) 6 Trevor Best
Ruck: 2 John Nicholls 28 John Reilly 23 Ian Nankervis
Res: 11 John Goold 15 Greg Hardie
Coach: Ken Hands

In: J. Nicholls, S. Silvagni, V. Varlamos, J. Goold, B. Henderson
Out: B. Crowe, B. Buckley, J. Benetti, G. Collis, D. Rogers

Milestones

Debut: Brian Henderson


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