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Round 12 1915

Round 12, 1915
Geelong vs Melbourne
Saturday 10 July
Venue: Corio Oval
Attendance: Unknown

1st2nd3rdFinal
Geelong2.23.54.65.9.39
Melbourne2.16.28.711.13.79
Match Statistics


Melbourne win by 40 points

Goalkickers: Roy Park 4, Jack Baquie 2, Harry Brereton 1, Jack Doubleday 1, Alf George 1, Jack Huntington 1, Jack McKenzie 1

Milestones:
Last Game
Rupe Lowell

Statistical categories led:
Biggest win at Corio Oval

Already well entrenched inside the top four the Reds travelled to Corio to take on the league's worst team and further enhanced their credentials as contenders by scoring their biggest ever win at the ground.

It was said to be the lowest crowd at the ground in many years, and the one win Pivotonians put up no fight after the first quarter. After an even term when the home side took a one point lead they managed just three more goals and the visitors ran away with another 9.12 to win comfortably. Three goals in a row in the second quarter broke Geelong's spirit.

On a muddy day the contest petered out in the second half but the best football of the day was played as Melbourne ran away with victory. Geelong got the first goal of the last quarter to cut the margin to 19 before the visitors ran away with the game again.

McKenzie was Melbourne's best while Sheehan and Park were also good.

Media
The Argus - 12/07/1915
"Melbourne's easy win" - The Winner 14/07/1915
Football Record 1915

Created by Supermercado. Last Modification: Saturday 24 October 2015 16:03:50 AEDT by Supermercado. (Version 7)

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