|Venue: Lakeside Oval||Date: Saturday June 19, 1948|
|Result: Win by 62 points||Umpire: Ireland||Crowd: 24,000|
|Goalkickers: F.Davies 5, R.Garby 5, K.Baxter 5, J.Howell 3, H.Turner 3, J.Conley 2.|
|Best: O.Grieve, R.Garby, J.Howell, B.Deacon, F.Fitzgibbon, V.Brown, F.Davies.|
|Reports: Nil||Injuries: Nil|
Game ReviewThe Blues form had been lamentable. An unconvincing win over a poor St Kilda team in Round 9 had followed 5 losses on the trot.
Then, seemingly from nowhere, came the best Carlton performance of the year. Displaying 1947-like abilities the Blues jumped the Southerners to score the first 7 goals of the game and didn't let up.
Ollie Grieve was unbeatable at full-back, marking everything that came his way and making South star Jack Graham's day a misery. Ray Garby dominated the centre and added the garnish to his game with 5 goals. Chooka and Bert Deacon continued their fine seasons.
|B:||30 Max Howell||27 Ollie Grieve||1 Ken Hands|
|HB:||15 Vin Brown||23 Bert Deacon (acting capt.)||26 Jim Clark|
|C:||8 Fred Fitzgibbon||10 Fred Stafford||12 Doug Williams|
|HF:||16 Jim Mooring||20 Ray Garby||4 Alex Way|
|F:||28 Fred Davies||21 Ken Baxter||7 Herb Turner|
|Ruck:||13 Jack Howell||3 Frank Cahill||35 Jack Conley|
|Res:||9 Bob Kelsey||24 Arthur Hodgson|
MilestonesLast Game: Alex Way
Score Records: This is Carlton's 5th highest 1st quarter score in the VFL / AFL
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