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Round 20, 1970         After making six changes, Carlton defeated Hawthorn by 30 points at Glenferrie Oval.

Round 20, 1970

Carlton2.01211.06614.28618.9117
Hawthorn6.3398.4529.86213.987
Venue: Glenferrie OvalDate: Saturday August 15
Result: Win by 30 pointsUmpire: D.JolleyCrowd: 20,841 Receipts: $9,806
Goalkickers: A.Jesaulenko 4, I.Robertson 3, D.McKay 3, S.Silvagni 2, P.Jones 2, S.Jackson 2, A.Gallagher 1, B.Crosswell 1.
Best: I.Robertson (BOG), K.Hall, P.Jones, B.Quirk, B.Crosswell, B.Mulcair.
Reports: Nil. Injuries: S.Silvagni (bruised back) replaced by N.Chandler at three quarter time. B.Thornley (bruised knee) replaced by T.Hopkins in last quarter. P.Jones (bruised thigh)













Game Review

Coming off a humiliating hiding by ladder-leaders Collingwood in round 19, Carlton was in real danger of surrendering second place to St Kilda if we couldn’t quickly rebound with a win over Hawthorn in round 20. The Hawks had beaten Carlton at Princes Park earlier in the year, and many pundits were sure they could do it again, especially because this return match was to be played at Glenferrie Oval.
But after Carlton made six changes to the team, including the return from injury of flamboyant ruckman ‘Percy’ Jones to partner John Nicholls in the ruck, the Blues jumped back into gear with a vengeance, kicking 13 goals straight before registering their first behind - to Alex Jesaulenko - at the 22 minute mark of the third quarter. By that stage, Carlton was well on top, and we cruised to an easy win by five goals.
The Blueboys were back in town, with the finals just around the corner.

"Even time-proven Carlton slew foots Adrian Gallagher and Sergio Silvagni made no mistakes with their goal kicking." (Age August 17 p20)
The Hawks had booted 4.3 in the first 15 minutes before the Blues had scored. Robert Walls at full back aided by defenders Vin Waite and Barry Gill kept the dangerous Hudson to a respectable goal tally.

Alex Jesaulenko's 4 goals took his season tally to 90. He sat third behind Magpie Peter McKenna on 112 goals and Hawthorn's Peter Hudson whose 4 goals this day took him to a personal and Hawthorn best of 126 goals.
Both recovering from injuries Wes Lofts and John Goold should be in line for selection next week.

Team

B: 21 Barry Gill 42 Robert Walls (acting vc) 30 Vin Waite
HB: 3 Kevin Hall 15 Phil Pinnell 35 Barry Mulcair
C: 6 Garry Crane 17 Brent Crosswell 32 Bryan Quirk
HF: 5 Syd Jackson 43 David McKay 34 Ian Robertson
F: 28 Peter Jones 25 Alex Jesaulenko 13 Bert Thornley
Ruck: 2 John Nicholls (c) 1 Serge Silvagni 10 Adrian Gallagher
Res: 22 Neil Chandler 7 Ted Hopkins
Coach: Ron Barassi

Image Alex Jesaulenko, David 'Swan' McKay and to be Blue Kevin Heath
Image: Age August 17


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