|Venue: Princes Park||Date: Saturday 24 July 1909|
|Result: Win by 60 points||Umpire: Gibson||Crowd: 6,000|
|Goalkickers: G.Topping 5, H.Kelly 5, F.Jinks 4, J.Baquie 1, G.Bruce 1, F.Caine 1, F.Elliott 1, C.Hammond 1.|
Game ReviewJack Worrall's last game as coach of Carlton. He would resign on July 29 "for the sake of the club" because of player dissatisfaction at his strenuous training regime.
At the end of this round Carlton were in 3rd spot on the ladder with a percentage of 127.5.
|B:||Norman Clark||Les Beck||Fred Elliott (cc)|
|HB:||Martin Gotz||Billy Payne||Jim Marchbank|
|C:||Arthur Ford||Rod McGregor||George Bruce|
|HF:||Frank Caine||Harvey Kelly||Jack Baquie|
|F:||Fred Jinks (vc)||Vin Gardiner||George Topping|
|Ruck:||George S Johnson||Charlie Hammond||Alex Lang|
MilestonesLast game (Coach): Jack Worrall
Score Records: This game set a new highest score for the Blues, passing the 125 points scored against Essendon in Round 17, 1905.
Interesting Fact: This game marked a statistical outcome for the Blues - after this game our total points for became greater than our total points against. It took 225 matches, but it was worth it...
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