It ie extccted Ihat two clubs will! not erter for the Peninsula Bugby Union's competition this ypar, viz, tb< Little Akaloa club and Te_otahifcnr.g club, Little Biver The Canterbui* Rugby Union have suppended tbe rul e Ibis eeason requiring a sub Union to
have three clubs playing under its jurisdiction. FOOTBALLER VOLUNTEERS, The following club members be longing to different clubs of the Pen insula Rugby sub Union have gone to the front:— Akaroa Club-—A Adam?, L F Armstrong, E. J. Beafti--, Cue, .-> Hammond, D. Handis *i<>-, and M Lelievre and 0. Dierck. Little Akaloa Club—R. mid G Waghorn and L Priest Okain's Bay Club—G. and H. Pid geon and J. Moore Wairewa Club—L. J. Smith, J. Swaddell. P. Birdling, N. For.jih, VV Petrie, and R Livingstone. Te Kotahitanga Club I_ Bee ton, G. Skipper, J. Pike, S. Rum, J. Tikao, and W. Johnson. ■**~- Cabell, Chas. and ill, i_.l._oUU.
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Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3453, 23 April 1915
ANNUAL COMPETITION. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3453, 23 April 1915
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