|Venue:||Brunswick Street Oval|
|Date:||Saturday 3 September 1898|
|Result:||Loss by 83 Points|
Game ReviewThe season couldn't end soon enough. The Blues failed to score after quarter time, and in two rounds of sectional play had lost by a total of 150 points. In fact, the combined difference in scoring shots in the two matches was 60-5, so the total deficit could well have been a lot more.
Jim Balharry came out of retirement to play this game. He was our Club Secretary at the time.
|B:||Jack Roberts||Charlie Sweatman||Bill Weir|
|HB:||Jack Reekie||Ernie Walton (c)||Mick Donaghy|
|C:||Bill Casey||Dick Stewart||Charlie Curtis|
|HF:||George Warde||Henry Dunne||Dan Pender|
|F:||Les Vernon||Jim Balharry||Wally O'Cock|
|Rucks:||Len Morrison||Herman Dohrmann||George Young|
|Coach:||No coach and the captain directed the side|
|Note:||4 Rucks, 20 players on the ground and no interchange|
ChangesIn: E.Walton, D.Pender, J.Balharry
Out: S. Chapman, C.Breese, J.Pender
MilestonesDebut and Only Game: Jim Balharry
Last Game: Dan Pender and Bill Weir
Score Records: This is Carlton's lowest ever score against Fitzroy, although a new record loss to the Brisbane Lions of 117 points was recorded in Round 16, 2007.
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