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Round 8 1964

Round 8, 1964
Fitzroy vs Melbourne
Saturday 6 June
Venue: Brunswick Street
Attendance: 12,727

1st2nd3rdFinal
Fitzroy1.22.42.47.9.51
Melbourne3.64.1014.1417.16.118
Match Statistics


Melbourne win by 67 points

Goalkickers: John Townsend 4, Ken Emselle 3, Graeme Jacobs 3, Bryan Kenneally 2, John Lord 2, Barry Bourke 1, Peter McLean 1, Barrie Vagg 1

Milestones:
First Game
Peter McLean

Last MFC Game
Herbie Matthews

First Goal
Peter McLean

Ron Barassi coached the side in place of Norm Smith who was in Adelaide with the Victorian team, and he was handed a simple victory for his coaching debut.

Fitzroy had done well to keep close to half time, but they came out after the break and conceded 10.4 while not scoring at all - ruining any chance of an upset. The Lions won the last quarter but the damage had already been done.

Barassi was involved in a controversy when the Fitzroy committee accused him of attempting to strike one of their players.

Reserves
Melbourne 14.10 d. Fitzroy 9.11
Goals - Carroll 3, Andrew 2, Vearing 2, Slade 2, Leitch 1, Stone 1, Zinko 1, Winter 1, Witsomki 1
Best - Foster, Carroll, Slade

Under 19s
Melbourne 13.27 d. Fitzroy 8.6
Goals - Russell 3, Wight 2, Pritchard 2, McNab 1, K. Osborne 1, Lockwood 1, Jones 1, Schultz 1, J. Osborne 1
Best - Reinholdt, Bird, Russell

Media
Football Record R9 1964

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