Melbourne win by 38 points
Two of the disappointments of 1911 went into battle at the Junction Oval, and was played against the backdrop of unrest between St Kilda fans, players and the club's committee. Melbourne didn't give out any favours to the beleaguered committemen, taking an early lead and never giving it up.
The home side didn't even appear for a few minutes as the political machinations were played out behind the scenes. When the game started Melbourne were dominant, but the side was wasteful and kept being held back by St Kilda's defender Eicke - whose father was one of the main troublemakers amongst the fans.
Nevertheless they did manage to break through three times and were by far the better side throughout the day. The situation got so bad that during the third quarter St Kilda received ironic cheers from their fans just for getting the ball over halfway. Perhaps embarassed at the reception they played for pride in the last quarter and kept the margin respectable.
Best were Odgers, Pearce and Naismith.
At the end of the game one of the St Kilda players had to be restrained from fighting with a spectator who had heckled the side.