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HAMILTON, Monday. The Canterbury representative hockeyteam, which defeated Auckland on Saturday, continued its successful tour in Hamilton to-day by defeating South Auckland by 3 goals to 2. The visitors combined a strong defence with a good combination, but the Waikato players surprised spectators by good individual efforts. The outstanding player on the field was Walters, the Canterbury captain and centre-half, but other prominent players were Calvert and Down. For South Auckland. Perrolt, Bowler, Short and the captain. Robson. played excellent hockey. Goals for Canterbury were scored by Calvert (2) and Duffield. Perrett and Robson scored for South Auckland. In a curtainraiser match, Hamilton Technical High School and Mount Albert Grammar School drew, 3 all. ..

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REP. HOCKEY, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 191, 14 August 1945

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REP. HOCKEY Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 191, 14 August 1945

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