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Saturda;:--ilth-'-j'~i-;:---1948~",:,1

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As in many previous-:rears,we again read.of

teams who have acquItted themselves wIth

° great credit in League games,but who have

.

Unfortunately

- ~ for the more ~cientific.team, : ,'0-~

,

-~.,-

they often have to reply by playmg the dIctated. °

game, and the result is defeat, perhapsby a. ,-

gone "overboard"

Cup matGhes. rrhcisis not a new thing in Soccer, although everyone seems to express surprise whed it

to a more lowly

surprIses,

side in ,the

does not

very small margin.'

to the Dockerty

The

same thing

applies.

a game,

Cup competition.

carrying

;'I'"

:!

Some teams succee~ in

not because they possesshigh grade ability or .~;j

Cup

fightmg

SpIrIt,

country

happens. The history ~f Cup football in every experience., but .si.mply because they possess

produces

and there

t

seem to

~

any real standard

reason why

such

A

certain

type

of

fighting

spirit

furnishes,

results

do happen.

Look

if

you

will

at

a long

one

of the

most

powerful

of

all

the

qualifica-

~!,

list

~

re.vie'!1 the relevant Leagu.e position of the players who o.v~rcome obstacles because th~y ~~ ~

Wll1mng team, and you

r"-prising

of winners

o} the _Enghsh Cup,

will

find

and then

the

same

tions

which

contribute

to

succe~s.

There

are

.,~

-.

~I

possessthe spIrIt to do so. Whcat they lack m

determination stature, they

make up

to win

at

in a

ilcosts. spirit

and dogged

set of -circumstances that are occur-

annually in this Sta,te.

Some people suggest that the condition

9:£

Some sporting

writers,

too

early

in

the

th~ players'

n.erves on ~he big

day, has some-

season, riskcthei:

re.putati?n

by reyiewing

Cup

A

thmg

to do wIth

the ultImate

result of a game.

matches

and

"tlppmg

wmners"

m

the

same

~

I

do

not

contribute

wholly

to

that

theory,

fashion

as

racehorses -

on

form.

Fancied

I

,

~

although

it

may

have some slight

bearing

on

the play. History showsthat Cup matchesare

pl3;yed ~ifferently.

The

sci~ntific

techn.ique

candidates

in

a

big

r~~~ ~early

always

run

trueCtoform, thoughtney do not always win.

Too many teams "go overbodrd" for me .to

"!I

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""";~' evIdent.

League

match~s

IS often

entIrely

absentm ~ Cup g~me. Hl'EJ;hgrade teamsare

m

"bustled

out"

.of !t

~y

vlgor?US oppone?ts,

wQoses~le objectIve IS to drIve the StylISts

from th"e:r usual form:

.

.

.

venture

forecast

yet,

although

there

does

appearto me to be a "dark horse" still in the

a

competition,

which, if

it

can induce the win?;

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forwards to adopt a style of play which is us.uallyshown ~y i,ts full back,~~they should ~

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There are some teams m BrItIsh football.

bulldozer

type. They sImply refuse to allow

In

side to

settle

Win the Cup this year.

still

hard thinking -

?~c

~hose pat~ern of play in. Cup games is of the .No~ you coaches aT)r<r'frainersof the teams ;4

1

m the Docker,W' Cup -let'.s

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have some

-

th~ more scientific

short, they dictate the style of tJleit opponents. team. f

forecast-,mayindicate your

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SOCCER

NEWS

& VIEWS

A BRIEF

REVIEW

OF

LAST

WEEK'S

GAMES

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PosItIons on '.;he DIVISIon One ChampIon- ship Ladder were unchanged after last Sat- urday's League games, but Prahran's defeat of. the leader~,. Sunshine,. placed t~em in a faIrly safe posItion to avoId relegation.

~ Sunshine however, are now only a poin.t i.n

.

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frQnt, and will now have to go all out If,1t

e~pects to

win

the premiership.

B<?x HIll,

emminent, and it is possible that goal avera'i?e may decide the issue, which is very much :il

Heidelberg's In the Reserve favor. League, DIvIsIon . . . One seems

set for Brighton,

whilst

South Yarra

shoul<l

be successful on Division

Two.

League" it

to forecast the possible WInners In the Under

19 Grade, but South Melbourne appe.ar. to

hayea fairly firm grip on the two lower Jumor

divisions.

Of

the Junior

is t.oo early yet

;,~. can now seethat they have a good chance, and

~ August 7, when these two teams.meet, should

Sunshine have yet

decide the premiership

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to meet Yallourn and Park Rangers, both at NEXT SATURDA Y' GAMES .

home, whilst

Box Hill

First

Division

J

two teams, away.

obscure.

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.

Brighton

Park Rangers v, Box Hill,

Moreland v, Western Suburbs Sunshine U ni ted v. Ya.ilourn

v. Prahran, at Olympic

Park

at Middle

SecondYaliourn

Park

.

are to meet the same

., ::;c All three bottom teams, Y allou~n, More- .: land and Western. ?uburbs lost aga!n o.n Sa.t- urday, so the posItIon as to relegatIon 1SstIll

Second DIvIsIon

Division,

have to fall

Coburg v. South Yarra Preston v. Bradford

Northcote v. Hakoah J.R,C"

c~:,

;

In

the

Second

will

now

Bradfor,d

went

be

;:. further aheadin the premiershiprace,through

:~ ~SouthMelbourne United's,defeat by Cobu~g. Ringwood v.

at Merri Park

South Melbourne United

Third

Division

Bradford

down to

f

beaten,. The interest now in th.is division,. is, George Cross v. Brighton, at Royal Park W?~ :vIlI accompany Bradford Into the FIr~ Heidelberg "B" v. Woodlands

DIv1s10n. Both South "yarra and South Mel- Williamstown v. Yarraville, at Newport bourne are level on pomts. for second place, Regent v. Olympic

but South Yarra has a .slightly better goal

average.

Metters v, Melbourne University,

Macedonians v.

Heidelberg

at Footscray

at

Yarra

Coburg too, ~re not. out of .the race,

" A."

as

they are only one pOInt behInd agaIn, They,

Park

however, will,ha ve to beat South Yarra

n.ext

Reserve -League

Saturday, to have any hopes

for

promotIon.

Same draw

as for First and Second Division,

.

S<;>uth M@lbourne,

all

WIll

Sout~

to gaIn

f

h

Yarra

that

and

coveted

.

Coburg,

second

t

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In

they

th

e

'S

be

.

.

f

out

or

now

.f

1

db

ye

f

posIt10n,

the

say

can

any

three

to

0

t

em miss

League

th

.

a pOIn

.

remaining

D '"

goo

matches,

tf

s

0

F 1rst .

e1r prospec

1949

IVISlon or season.

Ringwood

alld

N orthcote

cannot

better

1r d

T

h.

themselves, and cannot fail

D IV1SIonnext . , . season.

possIbly

to

to

go

Third

Division

It

s'e;e~simprobable

"'

,

I

d

6n.ly,

two

that

.

In t

h

a second round

e

Th Ir . d D IVISIon . . .

of games w111be p aye

and with

games to .go t? complete

but

on

opposite

.

U

grounds.

n

d

er

19 D IVlSIon .

.

.

6.

Box

H111v. Preston

Western shme h Y out Phark

Pra

C

.

a

k

arra v,

B

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b

ran

urg v.

v

. y

rig ht on

II

a ourn

Suburbs v, Park

H

Rangers, at

~Sun-

h

oa

J.,.,R C

at Fawkner

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at Como Park

Under 17 Division

d

United

Bri

g

. v. Coburg, at MId- hton

South dIe Park Melbourne

S

h.

U.

uns Ine

mte;i

the first

round, ~bourne

UnIVersIty appears

Preston v. Box HI

 

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.

.

safe for

the premiers"

and ultimate

promo-

.Under 15 DIvIsIon

 

tion to the higher divis,

A race between

Preston v, RIngwoo?

Heidelberg

"A,"

Olympic,

eorge Cross and

Brighton

v.

Box

HIll,

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Yarraville,

for the second te

to

go up,

is

Sunshine United

v, South Melbourne UnIted

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& VIEWS

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AT

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Brighton

Prahran 4 d. -Sunshine United

Park Rangers 3 d. Moreland 1.

B

4 d. Yallourn

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IVISIon

Prahran Down The Division (By "Pommeygranite")

h.

Leaders

summed

h.

it

IS lm-

d and

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t>rwar

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Insh

up

An

t

professIonal

hd

,an

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soccer player

ese are

some 0

h they d

stuck

a

too many

to f

f

IS matc

pressions-"Prahran,

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k

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h.

were

uc

y;

uns

me

Coburg 2 d. South Melbourne Umte.d O.

S<?~,thYarra 8 d, Ringwood

Preston 4 d. Northcote O. , came within five minutes of the commence-

breeze at the kick-oft

and pres~ed hard for an opening goal, which

Prahran faced a stiff

1.

f

 

Bradford

4 d. Hakoah

J.R.C. 1.

ment.

This

seemed to galvanise

Sunshine

into

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action,

and

the

hard

pressed

Prahran

defend-

cB

ThIrd

DIVIsIon

 

ers

were

unfortunate,

and

being

penalised.

 

"'-n1acedonians2 d. Brighton

 

1.

gave Drennan

of

Sunshine a goal from

the

Y Ol)tiQpic ar~aville 2 11 d. d~ Heidelberg Heidelberg ,.A" "B" O. O.

I Melb. University

4 d. George Cross 1.

Woodlands S.d. Metters 3

penalty

spot.

Prahran, playing

the third-back

game, with

centre-half Bird working

goalkeeper excelling

very

himself,

hard, and the

kept qff

a well

W illiamstown,

walk-over from Regent.

co-ordiriated attack.

Long, hard kicking

gave,

,

,

.

.

Prahran

opportunities,

with

FIrst DIVIsIon Reserves

fence depending on their full

a Sunshine de- backs and goal-

!

J Brighton

v. Yallourn,

no result.

keeper to ward off these surprise raids.

~unshine United 3 d. Prahran 1.

One of Prahran's

goals just

trickled

over

Park Rangers

5 d. Moreland .1,

the line, followed by another into

all

open

':tBo~HilL"3 d. Western Suburbs 1.

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goal, th~ Sunshi?e 'keeper being hard pressed

by

L.

BIrd,

outstde-left

for

Prahr~n,

who

rob-

Second Div,ision Reserves

bed

him

of

the

ball,

and placed it

smartly.

C~South Melbourye

United

walk-over

.~". Coburg.' South Yarra 2 d. Ringwood O.

from

into

. Outside-left, Jamieso~ made some construc- tlve centres, one cf w~ich scor:ed a goal, and

the. open goal.

.J:t:estQn 5 d. Northcote 1.

,

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-Bradford

3 d. Hakoah J,R.C. O.

'-rtahran

Under 19 Division

4 d. Preston

3.

~ark Rangers 11 d. South Yarra O.

Yallourn 4 d. Box Hill

O.

Brighton

Cobur

g

2 d. Hakoah J.R.C. O.

1 drew

with

Western

Suburbs

,

1.

'thIS

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S

M

lb

e

d

.

Under

ourne S'

h.

17 Division

U

d

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m e

U

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lite

3

d O

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th

ou

G

"leave)

uns me

"Er,ightpn 2 d. Presto~ O.

(Th

Box Hill,

walk-over (rom Coburg.

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wal es

.

2

,

yet another gave L

BIrd a firs" class ~leanly

headed

chance;

WhiC~

had

the

g<;>alkeceper

beaten all the way.

of Prahran.

team

for Sunshi~e-Kyle

Fmal scores (~-2.m favour

the successful

and

Goal scorers for

Bird

wer.e-L.

3 and Jamieson;

and Dren!lan.

A ~u?shme half-back unfortunately

left the

field l~Jured, and weakened the defence, but

--

th~

,~nsh.man

remarked

that

he

allowed

for

~

m hiS "too many forwards."

Agony

Column-:-("Irish

too")

Prahr ill

should try and play more as a team, not eleven men

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The

.

South YarraWms

teams-South

Yarra:

Well

Callander,

G,

Under 15 Divisibn

,Sharp,

Bradd,

~ll,

T.

Sharp,

Cameron,

Preston 3 drew with

South MelbourneUnited

puff,

Friend, ~ddart,

Lott,

Sharman. Ring-

 

3 (StIles

3).

"

wood:

Drinfwater.

Richards,

Ramsay,

Car-

Ring~ood

2 d., SunshIne

U.mted

1,

roll,

Walke~

MackIe,

Pede~,

Bray,

Wheelan,

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, Brighton

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8 d. Northcote O.

Abberton, Hamilton.

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Early exchanges in this match were pretty even both sides striving hard for the lead, ,Good work by South Yarra forwards, who keeping the ball m:oving from one to another

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Social'

.

Visitors

Yarra,

Brighton

from

Preston, Prahran

a

ball

and South

the

were

present at

Hall

held

in

'fown

last Saturday night, All

resulted in Stoddart putting Yarra in front present appeared:to thorough)y enjoy them~

with a well placed shot, Yarra did not have

selves.

The next dance of the Brighton

Club

their lead for long however, fo,r Ri~gwood

will

be held at the .1ocalTown 'Hall on Aug":t'

'

were

awarded

a penalty

from

WhiCh RIchards

ust

6,

put

Ringwood

on level

termS,

,

~,

Ring'wobd livened up Yarra's defnce busy, but

were defending ,veIl, with Callander seeing them well and on the alert, Good work on

saw them take the lead,

Yarra's right when a well

after this, and" kept G. Sharp and Bradd

Duff

gave,

wing

placed corner from

Friend

the oppo,rtunity to score with

a neat

hea.der.

l\ingwood

Shortly

Half

.1,

after

time

scores:

South

Yarra

the resumption,

Yarra's

2,

half

backs took a firm grip of the game, and their

forwards soon went ahead when goals came

Sharman and

from Y

d

Stoddart,

,

we

f

11'

In

f

ft Duff

er,.

T

putting Sh

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arP

d

arra

ront,

It

an

soon a

'score

R.

mgwoo

rom

d

a

pena

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payers

y,

ma

d

e

severa

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. t

pOSl

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lona

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changes but it did not improve their play, and

further

StJuth

was m good s ootmg

goals were added by

h

.

f

result

was

orm,.

8-1

in

Stoddart,

of

who

.

Final

favour

\Tarra. Goal scorers fQr the winning

team ",;,ere:

The

various

. Queen CarnIval. committ;ees ()( the

Bright_o.n

Club, sponsoring.,the three

Queens, ,ar.t:,'~at

out organising their ~r,ticular succes,sof the carnival

and t,he C.1ub should b'enefi\ consit1erab~ \ '

functio~$'he

'"

;;eems to be _as~ured, 'f:, j

financIally

B

B

He

W ' ll

ht

.

rIg

on

arr,

on

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wIll

from

the venture

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t h

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hear

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groun

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Personal

d

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somethmg

tQ

hIS

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One Leagu~!t game .betw~en,

Moreland an~ Park Ran~er~;p~ayed at Camp-"

reac9.e4

bell, Re~erve last

The

DIvIsIon

Saturday,. :n~ver

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Stoddart 4, Sharp, Duff, Sharman, FrIend, gr~a~,helghts 3:Sa specta.cle!and,the fi1)al :e--.; For Ringwood: Richards was their scorer, sult,1s a reasonaple reflectIon of the merIts i

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And Little

"Hutch')

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Several.changes were made l~ the Box HIll

L

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last

Saturday at Sunshme, !he game"was m the

several pla~!~s,

dls-

tlQS;;tion,,The Hutchl.n~ns were among the goatsag"a~,~~,?onsecurIng one, and Lester two.

a!l o,f whom

team whIch def~a~ed Western

Subur~

nature

of a ~up t~y-:out for

acqultt~d

themselves wIth

-'~'.'

.

Brighton's

'"

~~Vf ArrIvals "From

Overseas,

" Glover and Reg Clark

by Brighton,

first

themselves fairly

of

Two

recent

a~tix.als to

Australia,

.

Both

Jack

"

. have been sIgned on.

,?"a try-op~ in. the,

a,nd were gl

team agamst Yallourn.

a run.'"

of

acquItted

need.

pro

to. the

well, but wer .jbadlyin

Glo.ver "in rarticular"shows

decIdedly

useful

J

mise

Club.

becommg

/

,

t'

-.

of both teams,

Although

kicking

against the wind,

More--#

1and scored ~rst, but Park: ~angers, equalised

before half time., In the s~condhalf, Ranv

ers scored twice:

scored in th~ match was from good shots,:

each being the t~sult o£ a:

goal mouth, In general, M~eland were 'as good as tReir, visitors, their goalkeeper geing the best man on the field, They ,were mllcp . quicker to the ball, "e!3peCfillfyduring the fjrst

half, but

proved in

pressttreon

Not

one of, the ~ur

scramble

goaJ

in

t4a

~

after

this

the interval

matter

the Ran~ers im-

a consta~t

and kept

home team,

th~tiririg.

.

Final result:. !{angetso;3, Mor~land 1. "

~c

lBra9ford

:,

. Takes Charge N ear Flm~h. ,"

.

The

H,akoah v,

Bradford'""Second ~ls10n

ga.fDeplayed ,at Olymp,,~cPark !asf

appe~red-t~, be a ver.,yeven c9rt~st untIl a~~u!

20 mmut~1rom

S!iL,t.urday,

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tHe eq,q,

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For strengthening the ',Ankle and Knee

6/6 and 9,/6 each

Winning. Lead

In the match, Presj;on versus Praht:an, Pres-

ton kicked

take advantage of It.

safely held the Preston forwards. Two goals

centre+c.£orward.,Aust" were ~coredin quick succession before Preston by Prahran's could

penetrB:teand score.

by Ra,lfTime the Preston 3-1. backs Prahr~n

netted' again.

off with

the wind

.

but

could not

defence

!,

The: Prahran

After

several miss-kicks

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The s'econd'half 9pened with mid-field play' anu continued until "Aust" broke away and scored his third goal for Prahran. Excellent feeding by the Prahrap half back line was a feature of the game. Preston was awarded a pena,lty and scored

Result: Prahran 4, Prestoft3.

and B~st "Aust." playtrs

were~epper,

* *

Tate,

*

Bailey

.

Mountford~Scores Hat-'.:rick For Box Hill

; W est~~n Suburbs Reserve team' ptt up a The Mil~er Cup Final b~tween South Mel-

Cup A~d Shield Finals Today

good show at ,Box Rij! oftSatur~ay, but the ?ourne United and ~?~Htll Under 17 teams,

Hillm.en's defence was too strong to be br9k- ~n' do~n,. witho.uf a mqr,e,consistent batter-

mg than It re~elved at Surr~y Park.

alser, commenc1ng at 1.10 p.m.

Final"' between

~ith 'three shots which gave t~e goali~' no

chance.

Playe ~th aftern?on at' Campbell

IS to

be

~eserve, Mo.rela,n., commencm~ at 3 p.m.

The curtaIn

will

be the rDunkling

Shield

South Mel¥>urne United anu Brighton

1'5teams.

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MQuntford-'£Or 'Box 'Rif!

°was on the spot,

game

Under

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PROSPECTS

FOR

TO-DAY

Johnson,

may

find

it

hard

to

penetrate

the

Dockerty

Cup

reaches

 

an

interesting

stage

strong

Coburg

 

defence,

but

if

they

turn

on

 

the

same

brand

of

football

 

that

knclcked

The

stage

 

is

now

set

for

who

shall

enter

Brighton

out

of

the

Cup,

they

may

possibly

the

semi-finals

of

the

1948

Dockerty

Cup,

reach

the

semi-finals,

and

ultimately

the

final.

With

the

final

round

before

the

semi-finals,

'be-

*

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ing

played

to-day,

and with

the extraordinary

 

.

interest

of

the

two

cup

favourites

kn~ck-

Suburbs,

premiership

being

REFEREES

 

ASSOCIATION'S

 

OFFER

TO

ed

out

by

South

Yarra

and

Western

 

CLUBS

 

C;lubs

now

lower

down

~n

the

Members

 

of

my

Association

 

are

endeavor-

 

lls.ts

have

more

thana

fighti?g

 

ch~n.c~

of

quah-

ing

to

bring

about

closer

 

co-operation

 

with

fymg

for

the

final,

Four

First

DivIsion

teams

Clubs

and

their

membe~,

 

'

in

Box

Hill,

Park

Rangers,

 

W

es~e~~

Suburbs.,

This

we

feel

can

only

be

made

possible

 

and

Y al~ourn,

and

four

Second

DivIsion

teams,

by

a

better

understanding

 

of

the

laws

and

S~~th

x arra,

Cobu~g,

Preston

an~

Bradford,

general

aspects

of

the

game.

Uniformity

ip

J;;;,:

wIl.cont~st

the

third

round:

 

~

I~~

the

r~-

th.e

app.lication

of

the

l~w's

b.y

all

concern:

~

'::i;':!

c~sl~ca.tion

,of

the

~wo

main

d!vI~lons

~hl,s

will

bring

 

about

a

decided

Improvement

m

,',-':'~

~ear,

I\'IS

quite

P?sslble

that

a

Second

DivI-

the

game.

 

.

.

slon

teifl1

could

wm

the

1948

Cup.

Members

 

oT

mt"

Association

 

are

prepared

 

Box

Hill

(First

Division)

are

now

firm

to

attend

Club-rooms

 

by

appointment

for

the

favorites, easily

be

but one

South of the

Yart:a, finalists,

or

Bradford

and

are

sttong could

purpose

in

general.

of

a

frie~ly

discussion

re

the

.

1341's

enough to upset any

First

Division

team,

especially

in

a

Cup

tie.

Park

Rangers,

Preston

and

Yallourn,

all

teams

with

fast

young

players,

could

also

win

their

way

into

the

final,

and

Western

Suburbs,

who

was

buccessful

in

is

knocking

another

SunsRine

United

out

of

the

Cup,

team

with

distinct possibilities.

 

Coburg,

the

remaining

 

Second

DIvision

team

left

in

the

Cup,

plays

and

much

will

be

better

thorn

when

ill

the

against

opposition,

a

side of any,teamtha~c.omes.up against them.

,So,

at

this

stage,

It

IS

quite

clear

that

of the remaining eight teams left in the Cup

any

could.

be

one

of

the

fin,alists,

and

it

is

almost

certaIn series

is

that

finishe~,

before

some this

more 1948

Dockerty surprises

may Cup

~

be"yetseen,.

 

'.

.

Bradford

\,,111 have

the

hardest

game

m

the

th~r? .round,

as ~~x

H.ill, .second

on the

First'!:

DIvISion

ladder

1s

m

wlnmng

form.

YaliourQ;'

is

pretty

low

down

on

the

First

Division

some

ladder,

but

in

has

League

caused

Park

contests

Rangers

played

this season. Botft teams are compris,'o of

headaches,

young,

kee?

players,

""\fho,

wi!l

be

~ll

out

to

further

their

chances

of

wl~mng

this

coveted

trophy.

Preston's style of football ~ay

upset the

SuburbS

team,

but

Suburbs

stron~efence

will

be

hard

to

penetrate.

 

,'-

South

Yarra,

without

their

star

ctntre

man,

"'~c""'"

J

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Association

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may

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