West Wallsand and Woodpeckers' Soccer Clubs held a social and presentation of trophies In the West Wallsend School of Arts on Monday night. The musicians were Messrs. Cullen and Bowie, with Mr. T. Fuller as M.C. The hall presented a pleasant appearance, while on a table was what was claimed to be the record display of trophies ever won by one district in any season. The display consisted of six cups, namely, the Kerr, Ellie, Lyall, Richardson, Hunter, and Burns (six a side cup). The medals were the Kerr, "A" grade, 'State junior championship, and six-a-side competition. The presentations were made by Messrs. J. H. Bloomfield (president N.D.B.F.A.), L. B. Tamlyn, Gregory, J. M'Lure, H. Maunders, while the acknowledgments were made by R. Sneddon, C. Shields, W. Maunders, W. James, A. Longworth, and H. Maunders.
Register, Monday 21 February 1921, page 5
ENGLISH CRICKETERS AND "SOCCER."
At the last meeting of the South Australian British Football Association, at the Y.M.C.A., it was decided that a challenge issued by the Eng lish cricketers now visiting the Commonwealth to plav any team in Australia should be taken up. It is hoped that a match can be arranged, and that it will tie played the day before the cricket match against South Australia takes place.
Register, Friday 18 February 1921, page 2