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HOCKEY.

ASSOCIATION'S ANNTAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the Auckland Hoc* key Association was held last, night. There was a good, attendance. Mr. Bees George presided. The report stated that the past season; had been the best on record. There had been eight shield matches, but the "cbaHelar j?ers—TarauakE] (Canterbury.- Manawatu. Nelson. Thames, Wellington, and ■'Wanganui i —had all failed to take away the shield.' I A team visited the Thames, and won by j four goals to- two. The selectors—Messrs. I ■WiitJey, Tfrttlcy. and Shirriffs—had made I judicious selections of the teams. Auckland I team won tb.e championship, and the second i and third premier-ships were annexed, by I the V.M.C.A. teams. North Shore and Unitarian teams had joined during the seasou, and there were now 12 clubs ta the association, which"nniaber secured the'association two representatives on the iN'e-w Zealand Association. Xhe balance-sheet showed that there were no linbilltinj. ana that there was a credit balance of £45 I ?.'. Tlie annual "At Home" was a great I success. &nd tint wss in no sma,i! 03 ensure I due to the labours nf the ladies of the I comlmfree', assisted bj" Mesdames TC. Cole- ; man and-Rees George. The deleeates were thanked." , - * ! The election of officers resulted as foli lows :—Pa tTOn. his"Excellency the Go-cernar Auckland (Mr. cV Grey): president. Mr. W. Co'.enian (re-eiectedj: vice-presidents. Messrs H. Rees George." Moss. Dark. -and Fred. Earl (re-electedt; hon. secretary. Mr\_A._E. Tattler: hon. treasurer, Mr. H. C. Cnlpari; auditor. Mr. T. H." Wright; delegates .to ! the >"ew Zealand Hockey Association, I Messrs. Cowper.and Tollerton. I Mr. Kobinsori "suggested- that the schools i should be advised to form clnbs and play oa I Saturday mornings. The executive- oommitI tee will"desl with the matter. • ' ■ j The Referees' Association was thanked : for its services during the season, i On. the motion of Mr. Hill, it was resolved 'to recommend to 'the incoming committee I the consideration- of sending -a-ten-m South. ! A*hciTtr vote of tiisnks was 'Mr ahirri'ffs for his trouble in entertaining 1 the' visiting 'teams.... and. Messrs. Murray j (secretarTi and tnlpan- (treasurer) wete i thanked for their official services. j LADIES - -ASSOCIATION. T'iie annnal meeting of the Ladies' Asfocia- ! tion was held last riijit.' .were present delegates from Moana. Collie. Ksifero, i.ami Kawhiti dubs. Mr, T. ..lirescam.^ireI sided- •-_' ;-" ' " •■"""■• - = : ,,"rt stated i that the Moena e\ab bad w,.n the champlonI ship. Last rear had been a v»ry successTiil ! one. and ihough no representative matches I bn<l been pliv.efl: it was hopert'chat .th? asso- ■ ciation xvoulS be rppr'sniited at the Sew ! Zealand teiinianient at Napier this coming ' ; s«»a"=on The balance she?t showed the As- ' «ociation to be £3 Tn CreMt" . ! The offices were tilled as follows:—Patron, I Mi , . Charles Grer: president, ).Ir. T. Gres- ' ham: vicp-prosidents. Mesrl.imes Paytnn a.nd ' Cnl'ins. Messrs. K. Marls Cl.-rk. A; Konn. • I H. R- "Cooke, J. J. Craig, and J. H. Bradne.v} . I -non. secretary and freisurer. Miss rr Trirrta i Clark (re-eieeted): hou. auditor. Miss I. ' j Jenkins. " ' ' It xras dd-lded that the Association should ' tako part in the carnival in aid of the funite iof the Eden District Cricket Club's funds. Th» following teams, wore •.-h'-'sco for an es- ! I hibition matei: Ateam: Goal, Miss McLean: ; ' fullbacks. Misses 31. t>. Cairns nn<i llathlas; : halfbacks. M'sses Jenkins. CnUiu?. aid Wynyard: forwards. Misses Cooke. Eyre. Mnris Clark. Bridcm.in arid B i^amr ; Goal. Miss P'mphr: fulibact?. Misses Pntaer- ■ ! land and Payton: halfbacks. Misses Eennfit. , ! McCul'agh. and Taylor: forwards. i Gittos, Keane, L-. O. Pr->bert, Schis.-hka. anfl ! 'Watson; emercenciFs. fullba'-k. Miss Mn!- ---> iloon: halfback. Miss Buchanan; forward. Miss Page. 1 =

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HOCKEY. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 83, 7 April 1909

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