|Date:||Saturday 22 August 1942|
|Result:||Win by 53 points|
|Goalkickers:||J.Baird 5, C.McInnes 5, J.Wrout 3, J.Bennett 1, J.Mooring 1, R. Savage 1, J. Francis 1, B. Chitty 1.|
|Reports:||Rod McLean (as below); Frank Anderson (Striking) - Not Guilty|
|Best:||R.McLean, B.Atkinson, C.McInnes, R.Savage, J.Mooring, J.Knight|
Game ReviewThis big win over a traditional rival was soured when Carlton ruckman Rod McLean was reported, and later suspended for 16 games for disputing the decision of a field umpire, abusive language and unseemly conduct.
At the end of this round Carlton were in 5th spot on the ladder with a percentage of 120.2. The Blues would finish on equal wins with Footscray in 4th spot but who had a better percentage of 126.0.
|B:||9 Bob Atkinson||12 George Gniel||14 Rod McLean|
|HB:||18 Arthur Sanger||5 George Bailey||1 Frank Anderson|
|C:||15 Vin Brown||6 Bob Chitty||8 Fred Fitzgibbon|
|HF:||4 Lance Collins||28 Jack Wrout||11 Jim Knight|
|F:||10 Jim Francis (c)||17 Jim Baird||31 Charlie McInnes|
|Ruck:||24 Ron Savage||3 Jack Bennett||16 Jim Mooring (vc)|
|19th Man:||23 Paul Schmidt|
Milestones200 Goals (Carlton): Jack Wrout
Most Consecutive Games: Jim Francis ended his record breaking run of 142 consecutive matches for the Blues.
Round 15 | 1943