|Venue: Princes Park||Date: Saturday July 14, 1923|
|Result: Win by 1 point||Umpire: Orchard||Crowd: 26,000|
|Goalkickers: H.Clover 3, R.Brew 2, T.Hart 2, P.Kennedy 2, H.Toole 2, H.Bell 1, L.Husband 1.|
Game ReviewAt the end of this round Carlton were in 7th spot on the ladder with a percentage of 83.1.
|B:||29 Garney Goodrick||33 Jim Watson||7 Jack Morrissey|
|HB:||11 Maurie Beasy||10 Paddy O'Brien (vc)||6 Bob Wilson|
|C:||17 Dan Whannell||3 Jimmy Goonan||14 Harry Bell|
|HF:||32 Pat Kennedy||1 Horrie Clover (cc)||4 Fred Pringle|
|F:||31 Les Husband||19 Tom Hart||26 Ray Brew|
|Ruck:||22 Harry Toole||27 Bert Boromeo||21 Stewart McLatchie|
Believed to be 1923 Round 10 team. Note; the 1923 - 26 white stripe on some of the players' collars.
18 players. Back row L - R: Ray Brew, Harry Toole, Bert Boromeo, Maurie Beasy, John Gardiner (President), Jim Watson, Dan Whannell, Bob Wilson, Fred Pringle
Middle Row; Harry Bell, Garney Goodrick, Jack Morrissey, Horrie Clover (Captain Coach), Reginald Hunt (Secretary), Paddy O'Brien (Vice Captain), Les Husband, Pat Kennedy, Jimmy Goonan.
Front Row; Tom Hart, Stewart McLatchie
Trainers L - R: Perc Guilett (seated), W. Coleman or Colenso, Alfred "Fred" Boyd, Harry Sampson (seated), E. "Ted" Leslie behind Sampson.
Total of 40 people. 16 officials and a mascot, their names are unknown.
Club Treasurer, Bert "Tracker" Numa could be very back row fifth from the left. Maybe former skipper Jack Wells third from the left. Rod McGregor fourth from right?
Image: wikipedia, incorrectly marked as 1915 premiership team.
It is a difficult task to put a name to many of these photos and then to match team images with a particular game.
If any one disagrees with the way this has been named, or can help with the other names, please contact Blueseum.
MilestonesDebut: Pat Kennedy
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