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Round 18 1974

Round 18, 1974
Melbourne vs South Melbourne
Saturday 3 August
Venue: Waverley
Attendance: 13,188

1st2nd3rdFinal
Melbourne2.65.108.1111.17.83
South Melbourne2.26.77.1114.13.97
Match Statistics


South Melbourne win by 14 points

Goalkickers: Robert Flower 4, Greg Wells 2, Garry Baker 1, Billy Barham 1, Ross Brewer 1, Ted Carroll 1, Carl Ditterich 1

Milestones:
Last Game
John Clennett

First Goal
Ted Carroll (3rd game)

With two teams entering the last few weeks of the season with nothing to play for except pride, the Swans and Melbourne clashed in front of a tiny crowd at Waverley and it was South who came out on top.

The win was South's third in a row, the first time they had achieved that feat since 1970, and they continued to be a bogy side for the Demons - inflicting their second straight win on former champion Bob Skilton in the opposition camp.

Melbourne snuck in front by a goal at the last change, with Robert Flower and Carl Ditterich dominant but they were swept away by an avalanche of South goals in the last term.

It was a great day all-round for the Swans, their seconds won their first game for the year and joined the Demons at 1-17 on the Reserves ladder, while their Under 19s had a one point win.

Best were Ditterich, Flower and Wells. Carroll (ankle) was replaced by Molloy in the third quarter and Wood (thigh) was replaced by Williamson in the last term.

Reserves
South Melbourne 15.11 d. Melbourne 7.14
Goals - Osmond 1, Keenan 1, Chamberlain 1, Owen 1, Swan 1, Munday 1, Peters 1
Best - Keenan, Osborne, Fitzsimmons
Report - Murray (striking)

Under 19s
South Melbourne 11.14 d. Melbourne 11.13
Goals - Baker 5, Unknown 6

Media
Age - 05/08/1974
Football Record R19 1974

Created by Supermercado. Last Modification: Wednesday 28 August 2019 16:33:19 AEST by Supermercado. (Version 5)

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