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Round 3 1912

Round 3, 1912
South Melbourne vs Melbourne
Saturday 11 May
Venue: Lake Oval
Attendance: Approximately 12,000

1st2nd3rdFinal
South Melbourne2.63.113.156.18.54
Melbourne1.11.21.33.4.22
Match Statistics


South Melbourne win by 32 points

Goalkickers: Harry Brereton 1, Tim Lane 1, Jack Robertson 1

Milestones:
First MFC Game
Les Abbott

50 Games
Jack Robertson

The Reds were well beaten for their first loss of the season. Tomkins and Hendrie were the only players to come out of the game with any credit.

It was an ideal day for football, with no wind affecting the play, and the visitors kicked the first seven points of the day before failing to score for the rest of the term. South were dominant from then until the first break, kicking 2.6 to no reply. South got the only goal of the second quarter as well, extending the lead to 21 points at half time.

The play in the third quarter was more even, and Brereton missed a golden chance to kick his side's first goal since the first quarter. The game began crowded and neither side kicked a goal for the term. Play opened in the last quarter, with more goals combined than the two sides had put on across the first three quarters. South had the better of it with three to two and further extended the margin.

Best were McKenzie, Allan and Tompkins. Robertson hurt his knee.

Media
Record - 18/05/1912
Herald - 19/07/1912

Created by Supermercado. Last Modification: Wednesday 29 May 2019 13:20:12 AEST by Supermercado. (Version 7)

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