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Round 3 1973

Round 3, 1973
Melbourne vs Carlton
Monday 23 April
Venue: MCG
Attendance: 49,439

1st2nd3rdFinal
Melbourne3.28.310.511.9.75
Carlton1.64.87.1311.16.82
Match Statistics


Carlton win by 7 points

Goalkickers: Ross Brewer 2, Gary Hardeman 2, Greg Parke 2, Stan Alves 1, John Clennett 1, Shane Fitzsimmons 1, Peter Keenan 1, Greg Wells 1

Milestones:
First Goal
Shane Fitzsimmons (2nd game)

For three quarters the young Demons played fast, exciting football and looked set to extend their record to 2-1 for year but the Blues experience and coolness under pressure won out as they ran over Melbourne in the last quarter to win.

The biggest lead had been 26 points midway through the second quarter, but whenever they threatened to pull away Carlton pegged them back. One of the main reasons for the Demons' success was centre half-back Stephen Kerley who had 29 kicks and took 15 marks for the day. It took until the start of the last quarter for Robert Walls to shake him, but it helped shift the momentum towards the Blues.

Best were Kerley, Wells and Clennett. Giampaolo and Keenan (corked thighs) were replaced by Ritterman and Leary respectively during the last quarter.

Reserves
Melbourne 17.14.116 d. Carlton 10.15.75
Goals - Dullard 3, Tesoriero 3, Molloy 2, Williamson 2, Boyce 1, Collins 1, Paine 1, Swan 1
Best - Delmenico, Dilnot, Rollinson

Under 19's
Melbourne 12.22 d. Carlton 11.12
Goals - McMullin 4, McNaught 2, Ahern 1, McIllvenna 1, Moorhouse 1, Ough 1, Power 1, Rees 1
Best - Lierich, McMullin, McNaught

Media
"The things money can't buy" - The Age 24/04/1973
Football Record R4 1973

Links
Blueseum match report

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