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Round 12 1935

Round 12, 1935
Essendon vs Melbourne
Saturday 13 July
Venue: Windy Hill
Attendance: 8000

1st2nd3rdFinal
Essendon3.29.710.1010.14.74
Melbourne4.124.1210.2012.21.93
Match Statistics


Melbourne win by 19 points

Goalkickers: Ron Baggott 3, Eric Glass 3, Percy Beames 2, Maurie Gibb 1, Les Jones 1, Allan La Fontaine 1, Bert Taylor 1

Milestones:
First game and first goal
Ron Baggott

After conceding a record Round 1 score to Essendon on their own turf Melbourne's season had never recovered and they remained only a mathematical chance of making the four even after taking revenge in the rematch. Essendon had also been in poor form, only snapping a five game losing streak the week before.

They had to recover from a 25 point deficit at half time, having wasted a 16 scoring shot first quarter by only manging four goals then failing to score at all in the second. 6.8 in the third put them back in front, and they managed to hold the home side scoreless at the scoring end in the final term to win. It left Melbourne two games and percentage outside the four.

Melbourne's best was Glass. Ball was 19th man.

Seconds
Melbourne 13.23 d. Essendon 4.5

Media
Herald - 12/07/1935
Herald - 12/07/1935
Football Record R13 1935

Created by Supermercado. Last Modification: Monday 03 June 2019 12:57:14 AEST by Supermercado. (Version 7)

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