The Spike: or, Victoria College Review, October 1913
v. Karori. Lost, 2—3.
"Vac." troubles. With one short and two reserves, we managed to make it a close "go." Seddon scored both goals.page 63
v. Victoria College A. Lost, 0-8.
The patrotic spirit of the B team caused their play to be lacking in the vim shown in the preceding game. It is rumoured that Caddick denies this. Ask Foden.
v. St. Mark's. Won, 4-1.
Scorers were Scott (2), Eager, Seddon. The best game so far—fast and with some combination. Scott's second goal was the outcome of a forward syndicate. There was a deluge of oranges, so Jowett took his four to eat on the way home.
v. Wellington. Lost, 7-0.
Remarks on the game. ??!!
v. St. Augustine's. Drawn, 2—2.
Our goal-keeper complained of the cold! Contrary to custom, we scored last. Whole team much improved; luck was against us. Heron good in goal. Scott and Eager were the culprit
v. St. Mark's. Lost, 2—3.
No referee Eager and Seddon scored.
v. United. Won, 6—5.
Very muddy. Eager (4). Kay and Ewart scored.
Won by default. Evidently our reputation had preceded us!