I think you at the stage where you'll have to go to the library.
How about this reserves match R19 1982?Interesting scorelines from the Under 19s in Round 15, 1986.
Hawthorn 3.10 (28) defeated St.Kilda 4.2 (26).
In the same round North Melbourne booted 29.21 (195) to Richmond 6.3 (39), with Mick Martyn slotting through 11 goals.
Definitely will have to head to the state library at some point, but all of 2004 is available via the online footy records. CheersI think you at the stage where you'll have to go to the library.
Your local library will be able to tell you where the nearest copies of 2004 copies of the Age or the Herald-Sun are.
Apologies for bumping a post in this thread that is near 2 years old, but I reckon I went to this under 19's game at Vic Park and the big Sav Saverio Rocca kicked a lazy 16 or 18 goals. I think Carlton may have kicked only 1 or 2 goals for the game.The highest scores each traditional club kicked in the Under 19s competition.
Carlton . . 42.30 (282) vs St. Kilda, 1982
Collingwood 47.33 (315) vs Carlton, 1991
Essendon . .44.11 (275) vs Sydney, 1985
Fitzroy . . 38.16 (244) vs St. Kilda, 1982
Footscray . 31.15 (201) vs Collingwood, 1986
Geelong . . 34.36 (240) vs St. Kilda, 1981
Hawthorn . .34.19 (223) vs Geelong, 1974
Melbourne . 35.20 (230) vs Richmond, 1986
North Melb .35.22 (232) vs Collingwood, 1985
Richmond . .32.36 (228) vs Footscray, 1982
St.Kilda . .32.18 (210) vs Fitzroy, 1987
South/Sydney 33.24 (222) vs St. Kilda, 1982
You're thinking of the 238-48 seniors match that day.ah their is 1979 R17 Fitzroy 36.22=238 vs Melbourne 6.12=78
I've always been interested to find out what the worst combined senior/reserves/U19 performance by one club on the same day was.
For instance did anybody ever lose all three grades by more than a hundred on the same day?
Reserves Premiers R-U 1919 Collingwood University A 1920 Collingwood University 1921 Essendon Collingwood 1922 Collingwood Essendon 1923 Geelong Richmond 1924 Geelong Essendon 1925 Collingwood Fitzroy 1926 Carlton Geelong 1927 Carlton Sydney 1928 Carlton Geelong 1929 Richmond Geelong 1930 Geelong Richmond 1931 Melbourne Geelong 1932 Melbourne Essendon 1933 Melbourne St Kilda 1934 Melbourne Geelong 1935 Melbourne Geelong 1936 WesternB Melbourne 1937 Geelong Collingwood 1938 Geelong WesternB 1939 Melbourne Richmond 1940 Collingwood Carlton 1941 Essendon Fitzroy 1942 St Kilda Fitzroy 1943 St Kilda Fitzroy 1944 Fitzroy Collingwood 1945 WesternB Fitzroy 1946 Richmond Fitzroy 1947 North Melb Richmond 1948 Geelong Richmond 1949 Melbourne Essendon 1950 Essendon North Melb 1951 Carlton Essendon 1952 Essendon Collingwood 1953 Carlton Essendon 1954 Richmond Melbourne 1955 Richmond WesternB 1956 Melbourne Sydney 1957 North Melb Fitzroy 1958 Hawthorn Collingwood 1959 Hawthorn Fitzroy 1960 Geelong Hawthorn 1961 St Kilda Geelong 1962 WesternB St Kilda 1963 Geelong St Kilda 1964 Geelong Richmond 1965 Collingwood Geelong 1966 Richmond Collingwood 1967 North Melb Richmond 1968 Essendon Richmond 1969 Melbourne Carlton 1970 Melbourne Richmond 1971 Richmond Essendon 1972 Hawthorn Melbourne 1973 Richmond Geelong 1974 Fitzroy WesternB 1975 Geelong Richmond 1976 Collingwood North Melb 1977 Richmond WesternB 1978 North Melb Hawthorn 1979 North Melb Collingwood 1980 Geelong Sydney 1981 Geelong Essendon 1982 Geelong St Kilda 1983 Essendon Collingwood 1984 Melbourne Carlton 1985 Hawthorn Carlton 1986 Carlton WesternB 1987 Carlton St Kilda 1988 WesternB North Melb 1989 Fitzroy Geelong 1990 Carlton Melbourne 1991 Brisbane Melbourne 1992 Essendon Melbourne 1993 Melbourne North Melb 1994 WesternB North Melb 1995 North Melb Sydney 1996 North Melb Essendon 1997 Richmond Hawthorn 1998 WesternB Essendon 1999 Essendon St Kilda
U19 Premiers R-U 1946 North Melb Carlton 1947 Melbourne North Melb 1948 Carlton Essendon 1949 Carlton Geelong 1950 Essendon Carlton 1951 Carlton Essendon 1952 Essendon Melbourne 1953 Melbourne Essendon 1954 WesternB Carlton 1955 Fitzroy Sydney 1956 Sydney Fitzroy 1957 St Kilda Sydney 1958 Richmond Essendon 1959 Essendon Collingwood 1960 Collingwood Geelong 1961 Essendon Sydney 1962 Geelong Richmond 1963 Carlton Essendon 1964 Melbourne Collingwood 1965 Collingwood Carlton 1966 Essendon Collingwood 1967 Richmond Fitzroy 1968 Richmond WesternB 1969 Richmond Hawthorn 1970 Richmond Geelong 1971 Melbourne Essendon 1972 Hawthorn North Melb 1973 Richmond Essendon 1974 Collingwood Essendon 1975 Richmond Melbourne 1976 North Melb Richmond 1977 Richmond Fitzroy 1978 Carlton Collingwood 1979 Carlton Fitzroy 1980 Richmond Fitzroy 1981 Melbourne Geelong 1982 Fitzroy Melbourne 1983 Melbourne North Melb 1984 North Melb Richmond 1985 Richmond North Melb 1986 Collingwood North Melb 1987 North Melb Richmond 1988 North Melb Essendon 1989 Richmond North Melb 1990 North Melb Melbourne 1991 North Melb Collingwood
The online versions of the Football Record appear to give definitive final ladders for the third eighteen competition. These ladders were published in the round 18 edition each year, as the finals began a week earlier than the senior finals. The win-loss records that you quoted appear to be correct. Teams did have a varying number of byes. There were also other sides in the competition at times - North Essendon in 1947-48 for example, and Richmond Juniors in 1950.I have for many years been trying to obtain the seasonal win-loss records for each team in the Under 19s. The figures for the early years of the competition sometimes seem to vary between sources. Can anyone confirm or refute these figures I currently have?
Essendon 16-0, Carlton 13-3, South Melb 13-3, North Melb 9-6, Footscray 9-7, Richmond 9-7, Melbourne 7-7, Geelong 6-10, Hawthorn 5-11, Fitzroy 3-12, St. Kilda 1-14.
If these figures are correct, then some teams played 16 home and away games, and some 15. Or have I missed some drawn games?
Besides the byes because Collingwood deigned not to compete, preferring to continue with their own district junior competition, there may also have been matches dropped from the fixture. I've seen mention of U-19 fixtures not played because of the weather/condition of the ground (although firsts and seconds played that day) and the uneven number of matches probably results from those matches being not just postponed but abandoned. There may also have been reasons other than the weather for matches not taking place - insufficient players available on the day etc. The preceding are not uncommon in junior competitions.The online versions of the Football Record appear to give definitive final ladders for the third eighteen competition. These ladders were published in the round 18 edition each year, as the finals began a week earlier than the senior finals. The win-loss records that you quoted appear to be correct. Teams did have a varying number of byes. There were also other sides in the competition at times - North Essendon in 1947-48 for example, and Richmond Juniors in 1950.