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Carlton lost to Richmond by 25 points at the MCG.

Semi Final, 1932

Carlton5.4346.94512.128414.1599
Richmond1.4105.83810.117118.16124
Venue: M.C.G.Date: Saturday September 17, 1932
Result: Lose by 25 pointsUmpire: ScottCrowd: 63,326
Goalkickers: H.Vallence 4, M.Crisp 3, H.Bullen 2, K.Shea 2, J.Green 1, A.Clarke 1, C.Davey 1.
Best: J.Kelly, C.Street, H.Bullen, C.Davey, G.Mackie, A.Clarke, H.Vallence, K.Shea, R.Cooper.
Reports: Injuries: M.Johnson (Bruised Ribs).
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Game Review

Richmond had been Carlton's bogey team in recent years, and after the Blues jumped away with a five goals to one first quarter, it looked like we might finally turn the tables. In the second and third terms the Tigers fought to narrow the lead, and had reduced the deficit to 13 points by the final break.

Richmond came out on fire at the start of the last quarter, kicking three goals from eight shots at goal in the first eight minutes of the term. The Tigers had finally taken the lead for the first time in the day, and went on to destroy the Blues with the next five majors. Crisp kicked two late goals for Carlton, but the damage had been done. The Strang brothers starred for Richmond, taking 27 marks between them. Both were listed in their team's best players, with Doug Strang kicking 7 goals.

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Table Talk September 22 p7


Team

B: 2 Colin Martyn (c) 21 Frank Gill (vc) 20 Charlie Street
HB: 9 Eric Huxtable 24 Gordon Mackie 6 Fred Gilby
C: 7 Joe Kelly 30 Vin Arthur 28 Eric Little
HF: 8 Keith Shea 14 Jack Green 12 Creswell 'Mickey' Crisp
F: 29 Horrie Bullen 22 Harry Vallence 19 Ron Cooper
Ruck: 17 Charlie Davey 15 Maurie Johnson 31 Ansell Clarke
19th Man: 18 Jack Young
Coach: Dan Minogue






Round 18 | Preliminary Final

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