Melbourne win by 33 points
Charlie Longhurst (21st game)
With nothing left to play for the Redlegs only concern was to avoid being the first side all year to lose to North Melbourne. The Shinboners had been close on a number of occassions, but had never been able to break through for their debut victory.
For the second time during the season North had a lead at quarter time, though not as large as their Round 5 clash, but they had conceded their advantage. By three quarter time Melbourne were three goals in front and came out just over five goals in front of a free scoring final term.
Melbourne's best was Glass.
Melbourne 13.22 d. North Melbourne 8.9
Football Record R17 1934