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  • PRESTON WAS SURPRISED CAMBERWELL'S FINE WIN Northcote at End V.F.A. INCIDENTS

    Of the many surprising incidents in the Association matches on Saturday the performances of Camberwell, Northcote, and Oakleigh were ... [Article] (476 words)
  • MAGNIFICENT RALLY Northcote at End

    Northcote snatched victory in the last few minutes of the match at Westgarth against Brighton. Fortunes fluctuated throughout, and when it appeared that the match might ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (464 words)
  • WILLIAMSTOWN FAILS Hard Match for Brunswick

    In one of the fastest games ever played at Williamstown Brunswick defeated the home team after an even match packed with solid football throughout. Both teams, which were ... [Article] (363 words)
  • OAKLEIGH TRIUMPHS Match Marred by Roughness

    Playing fast, systematic football for the greater part of the match, Oakleigh had an easy victory over Yarraville at Oakleigh. The home team was superior in every department. ... [Article] (304 words)
  • BOTH SURPRISED Preston and Camberwell

    Camberwell gave an extraordinary display against Preston in a match which ended in great excitement at Camberwell. For three quarters Camberwell appeared to have no chance ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (502 words)
  • RUNAWAY VICTORY Collins Kicks 11 Goals

    Starting from scratch in the second quarter, Coburg had a runaway victory over Port Melbourne, at Port Melbourne. The most spectacular feature of the game was the fine ... [Article] (521 words)
  • FINE TEAMWORK Prahran Wins Easily

    Combating Sandringham's vigorous individual play with teamwork and understanding. Prahran had no difficulty in defeating Sandringham. The play was not so one-sided as the ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (332 words)
  • Injured Players

    CANNAWAY (Preston), cramp. Replaced by Whitechurch in last quarter. CHRISTIE (Sandringham), injured ankle. Replaced by Madden in the third quarter. ... [Article] (145 words)
  • DRAPERS AND TRADERS

    Myer's, 14—14, defeated Treadway's 12—11. Mat[?], 5—10, drew with McKwan's, 5—10 Payne's, 7—6, drew with Prahran dn District Churches, 5—12. ... [Article] (38 words)
  • MORNING LEAGUE Dunlop in the "Four"

    By its win over Raymonds on Saturday Dunlop has drawn level with Carlton Brewery for fourth position on the premiership list of the Saturday Morning League. Carlton Brewery was defeated ... [Article] (507 words)
  • E. SUBURBAN CHURCHES FIRST GRADE

    SOUTH HAWTHORN UNITED. 12—13 (best players, Elliott, Bourne, Meredity, Gailey, R. Reed, Giles, Lyngcoln, Staggard; goal-kickers, Elliott 7, E. Munro 3, Coleman, Staggard), d. BALWYN ... [Article] (380 words)
  • SUBURBS LEAGUE

    WEST RICHMOND, 13—18, d. NORTHCOTE, 7—8. Goalkickers—West Richmond—Harris (9), Ford (2), Gray (2), Crisfield, Northcote—Brown (5), Carter, Riddle. Best Players—West Richmond ... [Article] (148 words)
  • PLAYERS FIGHT AT STAWELL; TWO REPORTED

    Bions were exchanged in the match at Stawell on Saturday between Stawell and Ararat in the Ballarat-Wimmera league, and in the last quarter spectators rushed the ground. ... [Article] (492 words)
  • Ballarat-Wimmera League

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (345 words)
  • Bendigo League

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (67 words)
  • Geelong League

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (379 words)
  • EAST PERTH TEAM ARRIVES To Play To-morrow

    Members of the East Perth Football Club arrived in Melbourne on Saturday morning, and were welcomed by League representatives. Later in the morning they inspected the Collingwood rooms, ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (345 words)
  • Victorians Reported in Tasmania

    HOBART, Sunday. — George Rudolph, the former Victorian player, taking part in the second game in Hobart, was reported ... [Article] (67 words)
  • LEAGUE SECONDS

    MELBOURNE, 18—17, d. RICHMOND, 13—10. —Melbourne was first to establish a lead. Its forwards co-operated well, and from deliberate shots scored seven goals. Richmond ... [Article] (714 words)
  • Central Gippsland League

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (185 words)
  • Dandenong and District

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (229 words)
  • Peninsula League

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (2425 words)
  • V.F.A. SECONDS

    COBURG, 17—20, d. PORT MELBOURNE, 2—8. The game was far better than scores indicate. The play was fast, fair, and open. Coburg's overwhelming victory was due to better postion play. ... [Article] (580 words)
  • FOOTSCRAY DISTRICT FIRST GRADE

    NEWPORT UNITED, 11—10 (best players, Page 2, Mason, F. Boden, Petty, Vosti, McDonald; goal-kickers, Curran 5, F. Boden 3, Petty 2, Ryan), defeated NEWELLS, 10—13 (best players, D. ... [Article] (810 words)
  • UNITED CHURCHES

    John Vale Old Boys, 23—21 (best players, Angus, Dennis, Walsh, Tout, Forrest, Anderson; goal-kickers, Dennis 11, Angus 6, McDonell 4, Forrest [?], d. Prince of Wales Park, 6—6 (best players, ... [Article] (143 words)
  • Soccer INTERNATIONAL MATCH England Defeats Scotland

    Although playing with only 10 men for a quarter of an hour in each half of the game. England cleverly defeated Scotland at olympic Park by 4 goals to 3. ... [Article] (779 words)
  • Player Seriously Injured

    Injured in a soccer match at Albert Park on Saturday afternoon, Ernest Seares, aged 24 years, of Canterbury road. Alburt Park, went home and later he became ill. He was admitted to the ... [Article] (51 words)
  • Australia Wins in N.Z.

    AUCKLAND (N.Z.), Sunday.—The final soccer Test between Australia and New Zealand was played at Hlandford Park yesterday on a water-logged ground. Australia won, four goals t one. ... [Article] (113 words)
  • CAULFIELD-OAKLEITH

    MeKinnon, 13—12. d. ormond, 7—16. Bert [?]:—Winners—Dixon, Hall, Dingle, Bourke Labe kelly: Losers—Burgess, Boyd, Strougman. Coram. Nelson. Goal-kickers:—Winners—kelly ... [Article] (222 words)
  • FEDERAL DISTRICT OPEN SECTION

    DARLING, 9—16, d. MORDIALIOC, 6—9. Best Players. — Darling—Angwin, Horne, Greig, He[?]ir, Izzard, Waterson, Kelly. Goal-kickers—Lukes (3), Starke (2), Soukan, Kelly, Angwin, Jackson. Best ... [Article] (230 words)
  • Junior League FIRST GRADE

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (296 words)
  • MELBOURNE BOYS FIRST GRADE

    [?] United. 9—9. d. Caulfield Park 8—14. Geal-[?] —kensinglon—G.A. Kenned; (O. M. Jenkins P. Kemoday (2). MeMilian (2) Caulfild K [?]me (2). Hulchen (2). A Crose R. E ... [Article] (242 words)
  • ESSENDON DISTRICT

    Coburg Song of Soldiers. 11—16. d. Essendon United. 9—15. Moonee Valley wo trom Ascot West. Kether, 10—12. d. Don Rovers, 8—5. ... [Article] (38 words)
  • Rugby UNIVERSITY DEFEATED Player's Nose Broken

    Playing a game of a standard seldom seen in club competition. Footscray caused the surprise of the Victorian Rugby Union competition on Saturday by soundly defeating University, at ... [Article] (1018 words)
  • Victoria Wins in Adelaide

    ADELAIDE, Sunday.—Although South Australia had more than its fair share of play in the Rugby match against Victoria at Norwood oval yesterday. It was defeated by 11 points to 9. South ... [Article] (270 words)
  • Rugby League ENGLAND RETAINS ASHES Two Men Ordered Off

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Betore a crowd of [?] which began to gather betore 8 a.m. England de leated Australia in the third Rugby League T[?] match at the Cricket-ground yesterday. thus ... [Article] (151 words)
  • Catholic Colleges

    St Ervin's, 6—4, d. Assumption College 7 [?] Goal-kickers.—St. Kevin's—Carey (4), McCorkell (2), Westmore, Douglas. Best Players—Evans, Westmore, McCorkell., Ma[?]rial, Tighe, Carey, ... [Article] (25 words)
  • In Other States

    ADELAIDE.—Westerb Australia retained the Burley Cup by defeating South Australia by three points at the Adelaide Oval in an Association game. The visitors produced fast and systematic ... [Article] (193 words)
  • Hill- climbing Contest

    More tham 1,000 people altended the presion Motor-cvele Club's hill-climbing contests st Whitese yesterday. [?]:— All Powere Solo handicap-Georse Hannafard ... [Article] (94 words)
  • HOUSES CRITICISED Avoiding Slums at Highell

    The need for preventing slum condition at Highett by condemning old houses which were considered unfit for human habitation was emphasised at the ... [Article] (128 words)
  • Agent-General's Office

    The State Ministry will discuss problems affecting the Victorian oversea trade with the former Agent-General (Sir Richard Linton) to-morrow afternoo. Brigadier ... [Article] (61 words)

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