The Spike: or, Victoria College Review 1912
The members of this team have played very well, notwithstanding the fact that they suffered from a chronic shortness of players. This was chiefly due to the demands of our rapacious Seniors.
v. St. John's. Lost, 3—28. Longhurst scored. Day after Savage Club's korero.
v. Southern. Won by default,page 87
v. St. James. Lost, 3—29. Melody scored after a characteristic dash.
v. Athletic. Lost, 0—9. This team was second in Championship.
v. Wellington. Lost, 0—28. Eleven men.
v. Selwyn. Lost, 0—15. Eleven men.
v. Melrose. Won, 10—3. This match was played on Polo No. 4 during a severe storm of rain and sleet. McKay and Cammock scored. O'Shea converted both tries, the last goal being kicked from the sideline after heated disputes with Melrose and the referee.
v St. Parick's College. Lost, 6—3.
v Petone. Lost, 48—3. But we had only half a team. Play lasted only 25 minutes.
v. Marist Brothers. Lost, 19—0.
v. Waiwetu. Lost by default.
v. Southern. Lost, 20—0