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Round 2 1933

Round 2, 1933
Geelong vs Melbourne
Saturday 6 May
Venue: Corio Oval
Attendance: 10,000

1st2nd3rdFinal
Geelong3.27.710.913.12.90
Melbourne3.14.35.511.6.72
Match Statistics


Geelong win by 18 points

Goalkickers: George Margitich 4, Robert C Johnson 3, Bert Avery 1, Bill Deague 1, Don Hooper 1, Colin Niven 1

Milestones:
100 Games
Robert Johnson

For the second week in a row Melbourne left themselves with a difficult task at three quarter time before playing a much improved last quarter to make the result more respectable. With the advantage of a stiff breeze, Melbourne got the first goal but were unable to properly take advantage. A five point lead late in the opening term was cancelled late, and the Reds went on the defence in the second term.

Avery kicked Melbourne's fourth, but it was the only goal of the quarter for his side. The Pivotonians kicked away with the next five goals and wouldn't be caught again. During the second quarter Geelong's Hardiman took a mark which the Football Record described as "one of the most spectacular I have ever seen", but he was denied it by the umpire paying a free kick against Geelong.

Melbourne laboured badly in the third, and the locals further extended their advantage. A belated fightback in the last cut the margin to 22, and it looked like another goal was coming when a Geelong defender took a strong saving mark. They battled on, but conceded two quick goals that finished them off.

Fischer, Jones and Usher were best. 19th man was Deague, who replaced the injured Kinnear.

Seconds
Melbourne 15.10.100 d. Geelong 12.13.85
Goals - Kelly 7, Unknown 8

Notes
Sporting Globe gives the official attendance as 9000.

Media
Sporting Globe - 06/05/1933
Argus - 08/05/1933
Football Record R3 1933

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