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METROPOLITAN AMATEURS.

Old Caulfield Win B Section.

Since 1922, when the Metropolitan Amateur Foot-   ball Association divided itself into two graded sec-

tions, the Old Caulfield Grammarians have reached the semi-final in tbe 1Ï Partien cneh 5 cur but until   tiiiv vnar, when tlwj von th« minnr premiership, ami had an a1! round t-wre^ only hwng two iitatehrft Ihey b«d no1 von the premicri»hip ll\ n doini: they abo hmkp what had rtaelleallv lecfiin* a «Tnrrdenl, tlmt K thai tin minor preinitn »I nulli net win Ihe full itremiervhip However. »fter eoimnc out on top ot Mu. IM they \\*&\ 1 lrl*ninirk soutidlf In the R-wi-flnal nnd mi .Satur rtiy mEt Iho Teacher»' ( OÎIPCI who lind a'so won their (wml final against the Collegian.* nttkcr eavllj. .ml aftw a. rlnae mabb, in -wlm-h the Teacher« *uW uot ante e*in tbe lead, won tire i*fi5 U

«et linn líftiuiant, and with il tho automat io pro m (Hi n to tin A section next mr. where Xhej will rrrlate Sandrinchutu who finished last, faillnc to wm n, Unulo maleh . .

lhere, baa been talk at mretmsi or tJie asaoeia tion of increailtir the hi» of tile X section, and it is quite powfclo that »eil JTr three IV aocUon trami Will bo prnmuieil lix »his case it ia prap ttçally rtrlaid that they will nl-w include th» lunetiers «LoHeta and the Collegians

THE FINAL

The match waa j'ajed under fair eondiUons on the ?nld So-rtcii croiinVl and .van Mell contested. Old Caulfield getting a lead in tim lirai half wbkh the     lcnchir-4 could not reduce m tho -second .nut uf

tin came

At the beginning Old Caulfield began to force ahead but the Tcanhen I held them and after mi ITCH If rai tim Old Caulfield led at the first chiin.ii hi 1-0 to 2-J Old Caulfield had moro of tho pla** in the K-cund luarixr but rou Id not maintain t heir nceurnie nf-andar I if, coal bhootmir Du y drew further ahead dépite Wallan t efTorti by the leac beru ctorinir t-l» to 2-- -»t"l ?*.. liait tim« tht seo-res Wood "-4» to 4-1 < l^ir third temi Mas tim hist of tu* uuiio nnd Jim l-tw-üi.ra t-howeil much «nprorwl football ontatlajiiii, their on P ntntt Uiei pmrtieallr wiped out their definí

and Old Caulfield were only 12 points ahead at       th final thanet ?eadine hi fl-Jl to S-«, How tt r -lie*, io si scon 1 a u ti pie \ moro «oats wb.ii h .MI mr! to iii i-irnrt-ii tho i-mil» ni. and the Old Caulfield Grammarians won tho premiership, tutu tho final Mirri* . -,

OIP L\01*ilIII)-n tfttabal behinds (02

110l'î \t HI lis roLlEOr-S coals 7 behinds {'& T '" al kieken -OM

"mistan (Jil, ko-.<- .

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and rotter

Old Caulfield were the better side on the day, nnl Iho Irai hera lo.t their rbanceR bj" over indiil

in »hon pa-^int, mutend of playinc domi thL

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_ _jptasne I tilt Queensland

mi ii team at Hobart) Mathetym (rentn* 1 ___

firward) Catwldv (fo lip win« and forwaid) tones (fdlowmgl mm tan (hilf forward) U-cnal hm irinire) kolm,Jn*in;:[ an I forwanl) and h it son

(full hack i

(fnmunl) 1 L-uUiaiiill (folio»« ne) "and butter (bjjf

ultl-ibl* mid alt,o

. _. Irait --Dakin (OIL . _. U Utenmick) hS tSoloni n t feather*«.

ther pt-rfonnanco < f Dakin -ibltT. and alt.o a ~ ? - - at least --Dakin (Oil --nint-ctO hS K " Oakley (Polliittai

iHUHifii H i* J i r->rtit ni aid.

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