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Round 15 1951

Round 15, 1951
Melbourne vs St. Kilda
Saturday 11 August
Venue: MCG
Attendance: 10,019

1st2nd3rdFinal
Melbourne1.22.85.96.12.48
St Kilda3.36.37.59.6.60
Match Statistics


St Kilda win by 12 points

Goalkickers: Bob McKenzie 2, Colin Love 1, Stuart Spencer 1, Jack Thomson 1, Kevin Webb 1

Milestones:
Last Game
Kevin Webb

Three wins and a sizeable percentage behind second last Hawthorn, Melbourne's match with St Kilda represented almost their last chance to avoid their first wooden spoon since 1919.

They made life difficult for the visitors, but in the end the match was another example of a game thrown away by poor kicking and inexperience with one goal from seven shots in the second quarter effectively putting the Demons out of the match.

The Saints struggled to break away and in the last quarter the Demons drew level when Jack Thomson goalled but they couldn't get their nose in front and the visitors steadied to win by two goals.

Beckwith, Woods and Collins were best.

George O'Keeffe was reporting for attempted striking and Bob McKenzie for attempted striking. They were suspended for two and four matches respectively.

Seconds
St Kilda 15.11 d. Melbourne 9.11
Goals - Unknown
Best - Daly, McLean, Carlon

Thirds
Match abandoned, points split.

Lists
Tribunal

Media
Football Record R16 1951
Argus - 13/08/1951

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