|Date:||Saturday 1 September 1900|
|Result:||Win by 1 Point|
|Goalkickers:||B.Lewis 2, J.Sullivan 1, B.Walsh 1.|
Once again, it was Carlton's defence that made the difference in a relentless contest against South Melbourne. Ahead by three goals at half time, the Bloods were held to a score of just one point from then on, and the Blues scraped home by that margin.
"Carlton executed a great performance on their own fine enclosure on Saturday against South Melbourne. At half-time the game seemed over, South held such a commanding lead, having 4-5 on the board to only 1-5 of their opponents; but from that out Carlton played their most doggedly, finally wearing the Southerners down and winning a most exciting game by 1 point.
It was a glorious victory! Carlton 4.7 to 4.6"
(Jack Worrall, The Referee September 05)
|B:||Jim Matthews||Joe Marr||Bill Casey|
|HB:||Will Stuckey (c)||Gerald O'Dwyer||Bill Lewis|
|C:||Charlie Roland||Wally Powell||Harry Rigby|
|HF:||Jack Gilbert||Bill McNamara||Joe Sullivan|
|F:||Charlie Maplestone||Bill Collins||Fred Elliott|
|Ruck:||Len Morrison||Bobby Walsh||Pat Considine|
|No Coach:||No coach and the captain directed the side|
ChangesIn: J.Gilbert, B.Lewis, J.Marr, J.Matthews, C.Maplestone
Out: H.McShane, E.Walton, B.Sharkey, C.Ross, N.Bennett
MilestonesDebut: Charlie Maplestone
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