|Date:||Saturday 9 August 1941|
|Result:||Win by 52 points|
|Goalkickers:||P.Schmidt 7, C.Mann 5, J.Wrout 4, J.Francis 3, R.Savage 2, R.Cooper 2, M.Crisp 1, F.Gill 1.|
|Injuries:||J. Carney (injured) replaced by C. McInnes in last quarter.|
|Best:||A. Sanger, R. Cooper, P. Schmidt, B. Chitty, J. Wrout, L. Regnier, V. Brown, F. Gill|
Game ReviewCarlton's Paul Schmidt and North Melbourne's Sel Murray each kicked 7 goals in this high-scoring shootout at Princes Park. The Blues won by more than eight goals, but Murray's effort for the Shinboners was spectacular.
Frank Gill's 200th match. He now joins a select trio to have played 200 games for the Blues. The other two are Rod McGregor 239 games and Harry Vallence 204.
After this game, Carlton's percentage improved (117.9), but we still sat in third spot on the ladder.
|B:||2 Don McIntyre||6 Bob Chitty||21 Frank Gill|
|HB:||18 Arthur Sanger||5 George Bailey||1 Frank Anderson|
|C:||7 Jack Carney (vc)||8 Jack Skinner||15 Vin Brown|
|HF:||19 Ron Cooper||28 Jack Wrout||12 Creswell 'Mickey' Crisp|
|F:||10 Jim Francis (c)||27 Cyril Mann||23 Paul Schmidt|
|Ruck:||24 Ron Savage||13 Lance Regnier||16 Jim Mooring|
|19th Man:||31 Charlie McInnes|
Milestones200 Games: Frank Gill
Last Game : Jack Carney
Score Records: This is Carlton's 4th highest 1st quarter score in the VFL / AFL
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