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Round 13 1953

Round 13, 1953
Carlton vs Melbourne
Saturday 25 July
Venue: Princes Park
Attendance: 16,367

1st2nd3rdFinal
Carlton0.54.138.1712.24.96
Melbourne4.45.68.710.10.70
Match Statistics


Carlton win by 26 points

Goalkickers: Geoff McGivern 2, Bob McKenzie 2, Peter Schofield 2, Tony Bull 1, Ken Christie 1, Bob Constable 1, Denis Cordner 1

Milestones:
First Game
Tony Bull

Last Game
Bob Constable

First Goal
Tony Bull
Bob Constable (3rd game)

Despite taking 17 minutes of the first quarter of a poor standard game to kick their first goal, Melbourne got to quarter time with a four goal to nil lead. Their cause was helped by poor forward play from the Blues.

The fifth goal to nil came at the start of the second quarter, but from there Carlton took over. They kicked three quick goals, before several behinds in a row had them in front at the half. Carlton should have won by more, but their deplorable kicking on goal cost them a bigger victory. They managed a win of less than five goals after having 16 more scoring shots.

Melbourne showed flashes of good football, but Carlton were faster and played better as a team. The Demons held their own in the ruck against Carlton's state pair, and their defence was sound, but Carlton's class won out in the end. A late goal cut the margin to 10 points at the last change, before four goals to two delivered an easy win.

Williams, Beckwith and McMahen were best. Constable replaced McKenzie in the third quarter, and Thomson replaced McMahen in the last quarter.

Seconds
Melbourne 19.8 d. Carlton 16.16
Best - Baker, Anderson, Morrow

Thirds
Melbourne 17.9 d. Carlton 14.11

Media
Football Record R14 1953
Sporting Globe - 25/07/1953
Age - 27/07/1953
Age - 29/07/1953
Sporting Globe - 29/07/1953

Links
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