The Spike: or, Victoria College Review, October 1913
v. St. Augustine's. Won, 2—1.
Salek scored both goals. yeats and McDowall played well in the backs.
v. V.C. B. Won, 8—0.
Did 2A forget that there would be two reports on the game? We are inclined 10 believe parly bias must have been introduced. Scores were: Salek 5, Jones 2, Foden 1, (Did you kick it through, Foden?)
v. Hutt Valley. Won, 3—2.
Owing to injuries, several changes were made in backs. Forwards played in great style. Again Salek 2, Foden 1.
v. K.Y.M.I. Drawn, 2—2.
Unfortunately (or was it?), K.Y.M.I, saw fit to protest over the referee's version of the advantage rule. This match is to be replayed,
v. United. Drawn, 2-2.
Collins and Fossette scored. The better team did not win. Our men lacked combination !
v. Govt. Life. Drawn, 1—1.
Very scrappy game; want of combination again felt; scorer unknown.
v. K.Y.M.I. Lost, 5—3.
Opponents too tough a proposition; hence these tears. Lennard, Salek, and Foden scored.
v. Wellington. Won, 3—1.
Very wet. Cockerill and Jones played well.
v. Hutt. Won, 3—1.
Cockerill (sans stick) kicked and saved splendidly. Bes1 game to date; in fact, no one merited censure.