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Round 16, 1969         Carlton defeated South Melbourne by 52 points at Lakeside Oval, with Barry Armstrong on debut.

Round 16, 1969

Carlton6.3399.66012.88019.12126
Sth Melbourne2.2145.33310.36311.874
Venue: Lakeside OvalDate: Saturday July 26, 1969
Result: Win by 52 pointsUmpire: HayesCrowd: 15,151
Goalkickers: Nicholls 5, Crosswell 4, Jesaulenko 3, Walls 2, Jones 2, Jackson 1, Gallagher 1 & Nicoll 1.
Reports: Injuries: Goold (sprained finger)











Game Review

Carlton's seven goals to one in the last quarter finished off the Swans by 52 points in this one-sided contest at the Lake Oval.

After struggling all week with a sprained finger, John Goold was replaced in the selected side by David McKay. And in a landmark moment for the club, Barry Armstrong replaced Ian Robertson during the last quarter. Armstrong would go on to play in two Premiership teams during his 204-game career for the Navy Blues.

Carlton, with Brent Crosswell back after three weeks 'penance' in the Reserves as a result of some disciplinary action, beat South Melbourne. - Football Life.

Team


B: 13 Bert Thornley 20 Wes Lofts (vc) 30 Vin Waite
HB: 21 Barry Gill 43 David McKay 15 Phil Pinnell
C: 6 Garry Crane 34 Ian Robertson 32 Bryan Quirk
HF: 5 Syd Jackson 42 Robert Walls 17 Brent Crosswell
F: 28 Peter Jones 25 Alex Jesaulenko 23 Ian Nicoll
Ruck: 2 John Nicholls (c) 1 Serge Silvagni 10 Adrian Gallagher
Res: 44 Ron Stone 12 Barry Armstrong
Coach: Ron Barassi


Milestones

Debut: Barry Armstrong
100 Goals: Alex Jesaulenko
Score Records: This was the last of 10 consecutive wins for Carlton, one of the best winning streaks in our history


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