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Carlton lost to South Melbourne by 32 points at the Lakeside Oval.

Round 8, 1898

Carlton 0.0 0 0.3 3 0.3 3 1.6 12
South Melbourne 0.3 3 2.4 16 6.7 43 6.8 44
Venue: Lakeside Oval
Date: Saturday 25 June 1898
Result: Loss by 32 points
Crowd:
Goalkickers: C.Breese 1.
Reports:
Umpire: Crapp
Injuries:
Best:



Game Review

Carlton's win over the Southerners in round 1 (our only VFL victory thus far against anyone other than St Kilda) had given the Blues real confidence. But this time around, South were bent on revenge.

The Bloods held Carlton goalless for three quarters, in a low-scoring tussle that eventually went their way by a comfortable five goals. Carlton's only major for the match came in the last term, when key forward Chic Breese's neat place kick split the uprights - and saved the Blues from humiliation for a second time in four weeks.

At the end of this round Carlton were in 7th spot on the ladder with a percentage of 63.7.

Team

B: Bill Sharkey Charlie Sweatman Oscar Manchester
HB: Jack Reekie George Warde Henry Dunne
C: Bill Casey Ernie Walton (c) Charlie Curtis
HF: Mick Donaghy Chic Breese Jack Roberts
F: Sam Chapman Wally O'Cock Jim Coucher
Rucks: Tommy O'Day Herman Dohrmann Jim Pender
Len Morrison
Rover: Bobby Walsh
Coach: No coach and the captain directed the side
Note: 4 Rucks, 20 players on the ground and no interchange

Changes

In: J.Reekie, M.Donaghy
Out: B.Weir, C.Brown

Milestones

Debut: Mick Donaghy
Last game: Oscar Manchester


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