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  3. FOOTBALL.

    Places were not disturbed when the first phase of the League competition for this year closed on Saturday. There was more keenness in the effort not to be last than in anything else, anil by a ...

    Article : 133 words
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  5. THE ASSOCIATION.

    For all but four of the Association teams the playing season dosed on Satarday. For the next three, and, maybe, four weeks, these clubs will wish for fine weather and good gates, so that ...

    Article : 229 words
  6. GOAL-KICKERS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 52 words
  7. ATTENDANCES AND TAKINGS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 58 words
  8. THE GOAL-KICKERS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 180 words
  9. MELBOURNE DISTRICTS.

    The semi-final matches were played on Saturday-Brunswick Juniors, 7—13, beat Footscray Juniors, 4—8. The game was won by Bruswick Juniors in ...

    Article : 125 words
  10. CARLTON V. COLLINGWOOD.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 150 words
  11. "REPORTER" DISTRICT.

    Tho secound semi-final between Burwood (minor premiers) and Vermont was playd at Mitcham on Saturday, there beings a record attendance, and the gate takings exceeded £50. Vermont, 8 goals 7 ...

    Article : 57 words
  12. PROTESTANT CHURCHES ASSOCIATION

    At semi-finals of the Protestant Churches. Ascociation were played on Saturday. Footscray Presbyterians beat Moreland Methodlists, at Albert Park, by 5 goals 3 behinds to 4 goals 4 behinds, after a ...

    Article : 38 words
  13. BRIGHTON OVERWHELMED.

    Until half-time at Port Melbourne it looked as if the home team would put up a record against Brighton, who, without five of their regulars, had a very weak side. The visitors had first ...

    Article : 260 words
  14. PROVINCIAL ASSOCIATIONS.

    With a sequence of 5 goals from five tries in the opening eight minutes ol the third quarter. Golden Point wiped out the small deficiency with which they had ended the first half, and established a lead ...

    Article : 590 words
  15. MELBOURNE'S FINISH.

    The fact that Geelong, assured of fourth place in the finals, and possibly not anxious to pet third, brought a weak team to Melbourne on Saturday went far to spoil their game with Melbourne. ...

    Article : 469 words
  16. HAWTHORN'S FAILURE

    Hawthorn were at home to Brunswick on Saturday, in the presence of a large crowd, who were treated to a well-contested first quarter that gave promise of better things. The promise, however, ...

    Article : 235 words
  17. FOR LAST PLACE.

    The only interest in the Essendon anil St. Kild meeting was to settle the question of who would finish last. It was a desperately fought finish, the 10,000 spectators, being roused to a rare pitch of ...

    Article : 690 words
  18. SYSTEM PREVAILS.

    Excellent team work, well backed up by the cleverness of their forward, was the keynote of Footscray's decisive trouncing of Northcote. The home side gave occasional flashes of individual ...

    Article : 322 words
  19. ESSENDON CHURCHES' ASSOCIATION.

    The final match of the tuniors took place at Royal Park on Saturday between St. John's Essendon and the Moonee Ponds Baptists. The scores were:— St. John's. 13—21; Moonce Ponds, 5—8. ...

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  20. BRUNSWICK CLUB'S FINANCES.

    Since the commencement of the present football scacon, the Brunswick Football Club has been agitating for an increased proportion of the gate receipts from its "home" matches. At present the ...

    Article : 307 words
  21. A POOR GAME.

    Essendon and Prahran attracted but a handful of people to Toorak Park, and the game was no better than the attendance. It was lifeless and uninteresting, and at no stage reached anything ...

    Article : 341 words
  22. BRITISH ASSOCIATION.

    In making a draw with N. and D. Windsor made certain of winning the League shfeld for season 10·21. The game was caslly the best seen at Middle Park this season, and a draw was a fair reflex of the play. ...

    Article : 326 words
  23. SOUTH MELBOURNE FAIL BADLY

    Not much interest was taken in this match, and consequently there was only a moderate attendance. Fitzroy's superiority was pronounced all through. In marking and kicking they outclassed ...

    Article : 410 words
  24. THE JUNIORS

    The following, players have been selected to play the Reterned soldiers on Show Day, on the Old [?] Cricket-ground—McDonald, Owen, N. Osborne. Woodfield, Mitchell, Russell, Marshall, ...

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  25. AUSTRALIAN GAME IN N.S.W.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—A match under Australian rules between West Adclaide and New South Wales was played at Ereskipeville Oval on Saturday. Final scores:— West Adelaide. 12 goals 25 behinds ...

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  26. WOMEN'S RUGBY MATCH.

    SYDNEY. Sunday.—There was a great crowd at the Sydney grounds on Saturday to see teams of the Women's Rugby Football League make their debut. The football was better than most had ...

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  27. RUGBY MATCHES.

    WELLINGTON, Saturday.—The third match. All Blacks v. Springboks, to-day, played in pouring rain. ended [?] a draw, [?] [?] [?] side. Heavy rain fell over-night. and the ground was well Goaked. ...

    Article : 57 words
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