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HOCKEY.

At a meeting of the newly-appointed Executive Committee of the Association held last night, it was decided to open the season with sports and tournament games on Saturday, May Ist, at the Polo Ground, Remuera. With a most varied programme, an interesting afternoon's sport is promised.

AUCKLAND CLT'B. The annual meeting of the Auckland Hockey Club was held in the Amateur Sports Club room on Monday, Mr. W. S. Wnitley, President, in the chair. Th» report and balance-sheet showed the club's finances to be in a most flourishing condition, Dhere 'being a credit balance of £9 7/3, with assefß vnliK-d at £15. The Hugh's senior A team again succeeded in winning the championship, playing six matches, all of which were won. The club was represented fn the representative matches ny the following member?: Messrs. P. H. Howell, E. G. Whltley. V. C. Kavanngb, F. R. Mason. W. B. .Smith, and H. Mather. The following officers were for the spason; Prpstdent, dents. Messrs. .7. H. rolwilf i>. J. G. F. Grevilie. R. J. Vates. F. .S. Ballln. D. Hay, A. J. Entricnn, Adolph Kohn, and Rev. A. Fowler; hon. secretary, Mr. S. McKean; hon. treasurer, Mr. J. E. Lepine. re-elected, ton. auditor, X , . Ti. rp-plpftpd; Committee: Messrs. H. D. Hill, E. G. Whitley, L. Cnmeron. F.. Horspool. nnd U. C. ■Culpan. Selection committee: Messrs. F. R. Slason. E. G. Whitley nnd H. D. Hill. Dele. gates to Auckland Hockey Association: Messrs. H. D. Hill «n<s i. 3. Lepine.

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

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