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1922 Reserves

1922 Reserves scores


Played: 18
Won: 11 (incl Bye win)
Lost: 8
Drew: 0
Position: 5th

Rd
Date
W/L
Richmond Score
Opponent Score
Venue
Goalkickers
Team / Notes
1 May 6 L23 6.20.56 Coll Jnrs 10.19.79 Collingwood The Age lists Richmond's score as 9.6.60, The Argus list 6.20.56
2 May 13 W60 17.13.115 Melbourne 8.7.55 Punt Road Lynch (7), Hayes (3), Parker (3), Thomas (1), Barnes (1), Birtles (1), Page (1).
3 May 20 W5 9.6.60 Coburg 7.13.55 Coburg Lynch (6), Wishart (2), Thomas (1), Best: Karthaus, Nott, Pollock, Birtles, Lynch. First game at Coburg's new ground in Bell Street. 2,000 spectators. Mayor of Coburg bounced the ball.
4 May 27 L4 9.14.68 Geelong 10.12.72 Punt Road Lynch (6) Best: Adams, Pollock, O'Halloran. Richmond came back from 5 goals in last qu. Siren sounded with the ball in their goalsquare.
5 June 5 L26 6.8.44 Essendon 9.16.70 Essendon Lynch (3) Best: D Hayes, Spain, Birtles, Wishart, Lynch, Wright. (2,000 spectators)
6 June 10 W3 7.9.51 Fitzroy 6.12.48 Punt Road Lynch (2), Pollock (2), Wishart (2), Barnett (1) Best: Wishart, Barnett, Birtles, Nott, Adams
7 June 17 W16 12.8.80 Leopold 9.10.64 Lynch (9) Best: Lynch, Wright, Jobson, Karthaus, Hughes, Barnett. Richmond kicked 4 goals in 12mins in last qu.
8 June 24 L 14 7.11.53 Carlton 9.13.67 Carlton Lynch (5), Martin (1), Osmond (1) Best: Jobson, Spain, Hughes, Kight, Osmond 'One of the best game of junior football ever played at Carlton'
9 July 1 W11 10.6.66 StKilda 6.19.55 Dixon (3), Skulley (2), Barnett (1), Wishart (1), Pollock (1), Stevens (1), Nott (1) Best: Kight, Spain, Jobson, Page, Hughes, Wishart
10 July 15 L30 7.8.50 Collingwood 10.20.80 Best: Nott (best on ground), Wright, Hughes, Crooks, Hayes. (Other players were Birtles, Jobson (off with leg injuryin 1st qu). Richmond attempted too much handballing and short passing
11 July 22 W28 11.19.85 Melb 8.9.57 MCG Fraser (6) Best: Birtles, Fraser, J Hughes, Nott, Kight, C Hughes,
12 July 29 W19 11.19.85 Coburg 9.12.66 Punt Road Lynch (5), Fraser (2), Hughes (2), Barnes (2) Best: Osmond, Spain, Birtles, Pollock, J Hughes. 'One of the finest games of junior football seen at Punt Road'. 2,500 spectators
13 Aug 5 L12 7.8.50 Geelong 9.8.62 Geelong Lynch (2), Hayes (1), J Hughes (1), Barnes (1), Frazer (1), Scully (1)
14 Aug 12 W10 8.8.56 Leopold 7.4.46 MCG Barnes (4), Fraser (2), Lynch (1), Wright (1) Best: Hayes, Barnes, Osmond, Kight, Nott C. Hughes, Wright. Held prior to the Interstate match.
15 Aug 19 L18 8.7.55 Essendon 11.7.73 Jones (3), Hayes (2), Barnett (1), Lynch (1), Fraser (1) Best: Osmond, Jobson, Wright, Doran, Hayes, Kight, Wishart
16 Aug 26 L22 3.8.26 Fitzroy Juniors 6.12.48 Smith (1), Kight (1), Stevens (1) Hayes (best on ground), Jobson, Pollock, Wishart, Bagley, Barnett
17 Sept 2 BYE* W A team is awarded a WIN when they have their Bye.
18 Sept 9 W23 10.11.71 Carlton 7.6.48 Fraser (4), Lynch (4), Barnett (1), Doran (1) Best: Doran, Smith, Jones, Fraser, Pollock, Bagley
19 Sept 16 W84 15.16.106 StKilda 3.4.22 Lynch (4), Fraser (3), Spain (3), Bagley (2), Wishart (1), Hughes (1), Doran (1) Best: Wishart, Fraser, Osmond, Kight, Jones, Adams.
 


Collingwood - 56 pts
Essendon - 54 pts
Geelong - 50 pts
Fitzroy - 48 pts
Richmond - 44 pts
Coburg - 38 pts
Carlton - 34 pts
Melbourne - 16 pts
Leopold - 16 pts
StKilda - 4 pts

On July 8 there was a combined Junior League team that played the Central Gippsland Association at Loch.
Hughes, Spain, and Lynch were all selected in the team.

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