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Round 10 1936

Round 10, 1936
Melbourne vs Essendon
Saturday 11 July
Venue: MCG
Attendance: 12,357

1st2nd3rdFinal
Melbourne4.28.512.1016.15.111
Essendon2.35.68.119.13.67
Match Statistics


Melbourne win by 44 points

Goalkickers: Percy Beames 3, Les Jones 3, Norm Smith 3, Eric Glass 2, Jack Mueller 2, Maurie Gibb 1, John Lewis 1, Lou Reiffel 1

Milestones:
First game
Wally Lock

Last game
Charlie Longhurst

Melbourne's sixth win in seven starts firmly established them as top four contenders. The match had been postponed from the previous week due to heavy rain ruining grounds across the league, and Melbourne showed no signs of being affected by the surprise week's break.

Essendon remained in contention until the last quarter but could never get close enough to the Demons to cause them any nervous moments.

La Fontaine was best.

Charlie Longhurst was suspended for eight matches for kicking Essendon's Bryce, however the verdict was not handed down later due to Longhurst being able to attend due to two broken ribs and concussion which he suffered during the match. He was eventually suspended a week later and never played VFL football again.

John Lewis and Joe Kinnear were found not guilty of striking and elbowing respectively.

Seconds
Melbourne 13.17 d. Essendon 13.11
Goals - Munday 3, Feltscheer 2, Maher 2, Benjamin 2, Millen 1, Oakley 1, Ralston 1, Matthews 1
Best - Feltscheer, Oakley, Adams

Lists
Tribunal

Media
Herald - 10/07/1936
Sun - 11/07/1936
Football Record - R11 1936
Argus - 22/07/1936


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