SMAD. An Organ of Student Opinion. 1936. Volume 7. Number 10.
Two fine goals scored in the last two minutes by Robinson pulled the game out of the fire for Varsity, giving them a 4-3 victory. The team did not appear to be playing up to standard, perhaps on account of Thursday's game and festivities at Massey. Erratic shooting and delay in handling in the first half cost the forwards many opportunities, at least six shots passing harmlessly by the goal. Also the defence was not as solid as against Karori I., the preceding week, perhaps chiefly owing to the very uneven nature of the ground.
By half-time, Tech. had scored thee fairly easy goals, and Shaw had found the net for Varsity.
From the opening bully of the second half Shaw, who was playing well, scored again from a solo effort. Although the team had improved considerably, they failed to equalise until Robinson came up to the forwards to put in two hot shots in as many minutes.