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Carlton lost to Melbourne by 2 points at Princes Park. The first of only three losses in the home and away season.

Round 8, 1930

Carlton4.6305.8387.14569.1670
Melbourne1.6126.9458.12609.1872
Venue: Princes ParkDate: Saturday June 21, 1930
Result: Lose by 2 pointsUmpire: J. C. KainCrowd: 30,000
Goalkickers: L.Allen 6, H.Clover 1, J.Green 1, M.Johnson 1.
Reports: Injuries:










Game Review

Carlton's perfect start to the season was ruined by this narrow defeat to the Fuschias. Melbourne would change their nick-name to the much more inspiring "Demons" when Checker Hughes became coach after season 1931.

At the end of this round Carlton were in 1st spot on the ladder with a percentage of 154.7.

Stoned An Umpire

Man Fined £10

Melbourne July 6
Just escaping a gaol sentence, Thomas Frederick Sayers (27), a labourer, was fined £10 at the Carlton Court for having thrown a stone at Umpire J. C. Kain, at the conclusion of the Carlton-Melbourne match at the Carlton Oval on Saturday. This was a sequel to the mobbing of the umpire by hundreds of Carlton barrackers after their team had lost.
"The only thing that has saved you going to gaol is that you are a first offender," said Mr. Wade P.M., "If the umpire had been struck, you would have been sent to gaol in any case."
(Queensland Times July 07 p5)

Team

B: 34 Len Crone 21 Frank Gill 19 Alec Doyle
HB: 9 Eric Huxtable 32 Alex Duncan 6 Fred Gilby
C: 7 Joe Kelly 2 Colin Martyn 29 Fred Williams
HF: 15 Maurie Johnson 1 Horrie Clover (acting capt.) 14 Jack Green
F: 20 Les Allen 22 Harry Vallence 31 Ansell Clarke
Ruck: 17 Charlie Davey 10 Denis Kelleher 23 Jim Crowe
19th Man: 5 Norm Collins
Coach: Dan Minogue



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