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Sunday, 22 September 2019

100 years ago today 26 September 1919

World (Hobart, Tas. : 1918 - 1924), Friday 26 September 1919, page 8

Final match in "Knockout Competition."—South Hobart v. Spartans, at Lindisfarne.—Should South Hobart seenre victory in this match they will he the winners of both cups for this season. South Hobart will be chosen from Hudson. Martyn. Tout. Manson. Mason. Stuart, Mariey. Williams, Cracknell (2), Smith, Evans (2).

Week (Brisbane, Qld. : 1876 - 1934), Friday 26 September 1919, page 25

BULIMBA rangers win.
The British Association game, popularly known as Soccer, is coming into public prominence again, alter a war respite from senior competitions. On Sept. 20 a crowd of about a thousand visited the exhibition grounds to see the final of the Charity Cup competition, and the final of a second grade cup contest.
In the Charity Cup final Bulimba Rangers beat Pineapple Rovers by 1 to nil.
The second grade final between Pineapple Rovers and St. Barnabas ended in a draw, one all.

Daily Standard (Brisbane, Qld. : 1912 - 1936), Friday 26 September 1919, page 8

The team mentioned below has been selected to represent Pineapple Rovers Football Club in their match against St. Barnabas, to be played at Raymond Park for the final of the Nissen cup to-morrow. So far this season, the Pineapple Rovers have not once suffered defeat, having won the premiership outright, and are now playing off for the final of the "knockout" competition.

A collection will be taken up on the grounds for tho benefit ot Injured players:—Goal, V.»Iloimap;- full backs, B.' Sllcockand B. M'UIN; halfbacks,.A. lSvuris, 13. Nesblt, T. Powell; forwards. P. Courage, D. - J-uwson,. R, it'Crac. L-. Clark, H. Ciatk- ; r'.' -

Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Monday 22 September 1919, page 12

At Middle Park an enthusiatic crowd attended to watch the game under soccer rules. As the result of these matches, N. and D. win the league shield. Both teams registered 1 goal each. Smith for N. and D., and Hopgood for Windsor, from a penalty kick. Early in the game. Fair was re-moved from the field, suffering with an injured leg, and did not resume. Windsor, in this respect, playing at a disadvantage.
Albert Park defeated Melbourne Thistle bv 1 goal (Sharp) to nil.
Footscray Thistle proved too good for Spotswood by 4 goals to 1.
At Preston, the home team beat St. David's by 1 goal to nil.

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