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    Advertising : 464 words
  3. FOOTBALL.

    Saturday was fine, but the persistent rain during the week had made the Melbourne ground sticky. Conditions for the interstate match, therefore, were in favour ...

    Article : 302 words
  4. FIFTH "SOCCER" TEST.

    In defeating Australia in the fifth test match at the Fitzroy Cricket ground by 2 goals to nil, the English team will return home with the honour of having won all five tests with a ...

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  5. BENDIGO MATCHES.

    BENDIGO.—Matches in the Bendigo League premiership on Saturday were played in the weather Sandhurst created a surprise by decistively defeating Englhawk (the leading team), Playing with ...

    Article : 121 words
  6. LEAGUE SECONDS V. GEELONG JUNIORS.

    GEELONG.—A team represetning the League second eithteens visited Geelong on Saturday, and played a match against a representative team of the Geelong Junior Association. it was net a good ...

    Article : 95 words
  7. COUNTRY MATCHES.

    ALEXANDRA.—Alexandra, 9—14, beat Eildon Weir, 5—11. ALLAN'S FLAT.—Kiewa District Association— Allan's Flat, 9—11, beat Tallangatta, 9—9. ...

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  8. NORTHCOTE'S GOOD SYSTEM.

    Willamstown were at home to Northcote on Saturday. Winning the toss, Northcote oponed with the breeze behind team and were soon away. Williamstown had a strang defence however, and ...

    Article : 429 words
  9. VICTORIA v. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    Saturday was a black day for West Australian football and of the 35,000 people who visited the Melbourne ground to see the interstate fixture not one expected to ...

    Article : 1,736 words
  10. THE ASSOCIATION.

    Brunswick and Northcote are still struggling for the leading position, which carries with it the right to play an extra game if defeated in the semi-finals. The matches next Saturday are ...

    Article : 183 words
  11. VICTORIAN JUNIORS.

    The following are the positions of clubs: —South Melbourne 48 points, Peston and Yarraville, 44 each; Kingsville, 32; coburg, 28; Carnegie and Kew, 20 each; Williamstown Shell and North Melbourne ...

    Article : 658 words
  12. BRIGHTON'S EASY WIN.

    There was not much interest taken in the match between Brighton and Geelong at Brighton on Saturday, as Brighton's chance of inclusion in the final four had practically disappeared. ...

    Article : 389 words
  13. Receipts and Attendances.

    Despite the rain during the week there was an attendance of 35,300 people at the interstate match on the Melbourne ground, £1,895 being paid for admittance. As is usual when ...

    Article : 84 words
  14. The Goalkickers.

    L. McINEREY (Brunswick)...... 71 L.DAYKIN (Brighton)..........30 E.THORPE (Prahran)..........29 F.BOYD (Brighton)..........29 ...

    Article : 74 words
  15. Match Records.

    The following are the quarter scores and premiership lists. In the premiership lists the percentage column indicates the number of points scored against each team for every 100 points it ...

    Article : 60 words
  16. PRAHRAN EASILY BEATEN.

    After the first five minutes of the game between Prahran and Coburg, played at Prahran on Saturday, there was no doubt about the ultimate result, and Coburg won very easily. They ...

    Article : 372 words
  17. FEDERAL ASSOCIATION.

    Results of matches:—Mordialoe, 11—14, heat Aspendale, 7—13; Moorabbin, 10—23, beat Bentleigh, 2—4; Mentone,15—14 beat Chelsea, 6—; Choltenham, 11—10; beat Carrum 3—11; Edithvale, ...

    Article : 72 words
  18. BRUNSWICK HARD PRESSED.

    Ten thousand spectators attended the Brunswick ground on Saturday in the expectation of witnessing an exciting contest, between Brunswick (equal leaders with Northcote) and Port ...

    Article : 1,057 words
  19. METHODIST.

    North Fitzroy 19—19, beat Malvern, 11—22, Goalkickers;—North Fitzroy—Bell (3), rowe (3), PJiffrey (3), Drew (3), H.Jeffrey, Stanley, Lund, and Oliver, Malvern—T.Rush (2), Surague (2), ...

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  20. FITZROY IN TASMANIA.

    HOBART—In a flercely fought match at the North Hobart ground on Saturday Southern Tasmania defeated Fitzroy by 33 points. Up to the final quarter only a few points separated the teams. ...

    Article : 162 words
  21. LEAGUE SUB-DISTRICTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 358 words
  22. OTHER MATCHES.

    "The Argus" 16—13, beat Brunswick Presbyterians, 2£5, Goal-kickers:—"The Argus"—McLean (8), Culthana (2), Bickerton, Drew, Maxwell, Morrow, Nicholls, and Stewart,Brunswick ...

    Article : 92 words
  23. PERTH BEATS NORTHERN TASMANIA.

    LAUNCESTON, Sunday.—Weakness on the part of the Northern Tasmanian forwards enabled the West Perth team of footballers to achieve a 15 points victory on Saturday. The weather was fine, ...

    Article : 140 words
  24. GEELONG BEAT BALLARAT.

    BALLARAT Saturday. — The annual match in aid of the charities, was played on the City Oval when Geelong met a Ballarat League team. Ballrat, who were captained by Kaighin, ...

    Article : 514 words
  25. ADELAIDE MATCHES.

    ADELAIDE.—On Saturday Port Adelaide and Norwood. who are running level on the premiership list, again both won. Norwood, 18—20 beat Soutg Adelaide, 7—16; Port Adelaide, 8—13 beat North ...

    Article : 65 words
  26. AUSTRALIAN RULES PREMIERSHIP.

    SYDNEY,Sunday.—Saturday's games in the Australian rules premiership competition resulted:—East Sydney, 7—13. beat Newtown, 6—7, Sydney,4—11, beat South Sydney, 2—9; Paddington, 11—22, beat ...

    Article : 45 words
  27. TASMANIAN MATCHES.

    HOBART, Saturday.—The results of the North West Union matches were:—Burnie. 11—18, beat Wynyard, 3—9; Penguin, 11—10;beat Latrobe,7— 10; Devenport, 9—10, beat Ulverstone, 9—10. ...

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  28. RUGBY COMPETITION.

    SYDNEY, Sunday. — The Rugby League competition was advanced another stage on Saturday.South Sydney. by beating Glebe, are now the virtual premiers. They have attained an unassailable ...

    Article : 83 words
  29. METROPOLITAN AMATEURS.

    The games played on Saturday in the Metropolitian Amateur Association show that it is scarcely possible for the final tour in the A section to be altered as the only team with a chance of reaching the Old ...

    Article : 815 words
  30. ALL BLACKS IN QUEENSLAND.

    The following tram has been selected to represent Qneensland against the All Black League team at Brisbane on Saturday:—Full Back; Craig. Three quarters: Paten, Gorman, Brown. Spencer, ...

    Article : 87 words
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