|Venue: East Melbourne Cricket Ground||Date: Saturday August 17, 1901|
|Result: Loss by 69 points||Umpire:||Crowd:|
|Goalkickers : J.Gardiner 1, P.Considine 1, J.Marr 1, J.Sullivan 1, C.Roland 1.|
Game ReviewFor the dispirited Blues, the end of the season could not come soon enough, as this 11-goal belting by a rampant Essendon clearly showed.
The Blues remained 7th on the ladder, with a miserable percentage of 46.3.
|B:||George McGann||Charlie Maplestone||Bill Pettit|
|HB:||Alex Barlow||Ernie Walton (c)||Simon Roberts|
|C:||Charlie Roland||Charlie Ross||Bill Dodds|
|HF:||Jack Gardiner||Frank Field||Joe Sullivan|
|F:||Harry Pye||Harry Evans||Paddy Noonan|
|Ruck:||Joe Marr||Fred Elliott||Pat Considine|
|No Coach:||No coach and the captain directed the side|
In: B.Pettit, B.Dodds, J.Gardiner
Out: B.McNamara, H.Rigby, D.Hart
Milestones50 VFL Games: Paddy Noonan
Debut and Only Game: Bill Dodds
Last game: George McGann and Simon Roberts
Round 15 | Round 17
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