|Venue: Brunswick Street Oval||Date: Saturday July 26, 1902|
|Result: Won by 14 points||Umpire:||Crowd:|
|Goalkickers: T.Fox 2, F.Webber 2, H.McShane 1, E.Walton 1.|
Game ReviewContinuing their late-season emergence, the ever more confident Carlton took another big scalp with this victory over Fitzroy at home. A three-goal second quarter set up the win in another battle of defences, during which Tom Fox’s two opportunist goals were invaluable for the Navy Blues.
After standing undefeated in the first seven rounds, Fitzroy were in the midst of a late season slump, having lost five of their next six games.
At the end of this round Carlton remained 6th on the ladder, with a percentage of 79.7.
|B:||Bill McNamara (vc)||Wally Powell||Barney Lazarus|
|HB:||Gordon Ross||Ernie Walton||Tom Watson|
|C:||Charlie O'Connor||Charlie Tough||Charlie Roland|
|HF:||George Topping||Jim Opie||Henry McShane|
|F:||Fred Webber||Tom Fox||Alex Barlow|
|Ruck:||Joe McShane (c)||Bobby Walsh||Archie Snell|
ChangesIn : A.Barlow, B.Lazarus
Out : F.Scott, C.Ross
Round 12 | Round 14