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A well-attended meeting was held in Mt. Albert Schoolroom on Monday evening. Mr Nesbit occupied the chair and pointed out the advisability of starting a club in the Mt. Albert district, referring to the many advantages of association football. Mr Drigmore and Mr Mould also spoke strongly in favour of forming a club. It was unanimously decided to form a club. The following officers were elected: —Patron, Hon. Geo. Fowlds; President, A. W. Page, Esq.; vice-presidents, T. B. Clay, Esq., A. C. Caughey, Esq., A. Moreland, Esq., Wesley Spragg, Esq., T. Webb, Esq., J. G. Watson, Esq., Murdock McLean, Esq., W. Winstone, Esq., Hardwick, Esq., P. J. Parry, Esq., A. Tonson Garlick, Esq., Entrican, Esq., S. "VV. Hunt, Esq., J. Phillips, Esq., Rev. Parry and Mr McKelvie; secretary, Mr C. Mould; treasurer, Mr B. Ward; delegate, Mr Mould; committee, Mr Dugmore, Mr E. Speed, Mr Kesbit and Mr B. Ashton. Between 20 and 30 members were enrolled. The club is very fortunate to have such players as Mr Dugmore, Mr Speed and Mr Mould to assist them, and are to be commended on securing a ground of their own. The next meeting of the club is to be held on Monday, 29th inst.

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FOOTBALL, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 65, 17 March 1909

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FOOTBALL Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 65, 17 March 1909

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