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AKAROA MEN'S HOCKEY CLUB.

ANNUAL MEETING

The annual meeting of the Akaroa Men's Hockey Club was held last evening at the Borough Council Chambers, when G, Armstrong, Esq, president of the club, presided over a large attendance.

The honorary secretary, Mr C. A. Rhodes, read the annual report and balance sheet, which were adopted. The annuai balance sheet showed balance brought forward £2 9s 7d, subscriptions and donations £7 6s, total £9 15s 7d, Expenditure £6 14s Id, leaving a credit balance nf £3 ls Gd. The balance of assets over liabili (ties was £3 !)i.

The annual report stated.that the Club had experienced a very successful season Indeed, and the finances were sound. The Peninsu'a Cup competition had been well contested, and the Akaroa A team, the holders, had been defeated by the German Bay team. In was hoped the cup would be keenly contested next year. Teams had been sent to Christchurch to take part in ihe six a side, tournament in the second and third grades, and although neither was sue eessfuj, the players had got a better insight as to the points of the game A six a side tournament was also held at Akaroa, and Mr E. E Lelievre had presented a handsome shield, which would be competed for annually. The shield had been won by Akaroa A No 1 team. The annual dance' had .not been very successful, and showed a deficit, as the weather bai been very inclement.

The following officers were elected for the ensuicg yetr:—Patron, Hon RH Rhodes; Patron, G Armstrong, Esq; president, G Armstrong, Esq; vice<,presidents, Messrs H W Piper. P Wederell, W H Parkin, E E Lelievre. L J Vangioni, T 16 Taylor and Dr Caotrell; hon secretary, Mr RA C Bhodes ; hon treasurer, Mr M Daly ; olub captain, Mr H Morcom; auditor, Mr 0 W Leete; delegates to Peninsula Hookey Association, Messrs J Lelievre, V Armstrong. M Lelievre, T McGuire; commitee, Messrs GOT Armstrong. T McGuire, M Lelievre, 0 Walker, and J Lelievre.

It was decided the season be opened on Thursday, April 2nd, with a matoh between the A and B teams.

Votes of thanks were passed to the ladies, the Borough Council for the use of the Chambers for meetings and the Press.

Ihe club captain, Mr G. 0. T. Armstrong and R. A C. Rhodes were appointed a selec* tion committse with two field captains.

Mr H. Morcom moved that no unfinancial members be allowed to play in cup matches until they were financial.

Seconded by Mr J Lelievre, and carried.

Votes of thanks were passed to the chair man and fidd captain (Mr G. 0. T. Arm strong).

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AKAROA MEN'S HOCKEY CLUB., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4380, 20 March 1914

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AKAROA MEN'S HOCKEY CLUB. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4380, 20 March 1914

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