Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 2, No. 8. May 31, 1939
Neither the Senior Seconds nor the Senior Reserves have had much chance to develop combination. Good individual play has been nullified by weakness in team-work. As far as is practicable, the same players should be allowed to play together for at least the next two or three matches. Each team has been handicapped by a constantly changing personnel.
The Senior Seconds have won one of their four matches, scoring six goals against eighteen, but the other team has yet to break the ice. The goal tally is only four, to set against thirteen by opponents.
For the Senior Reserves. Dr. Campbell has been a tower of strength at left-half. With A. Long at center-half and F. H. Stewart at left-half, this team should be very strong in this department. Stewart will be remembered as Club Captain and captain of the V.U.C. seniors several years ago. He has been in England for eighteen months. Till, although only a second-year player, is also playing well.