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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington N.Z. Vol. 2, No. 18. September 20, 1939

Of Special Note

Of Special Note

Last season teams were entered in the Senior, Second, Junior B1, Junior C, and Third Grades. Although there may be fewer players this season, the club nevertheless proposes again to enter five teams in the competitions. An intending players are urged to place their names on the specialist on the notice board or to communicate with the secretary or club captain.

W. Tricklebank captain of the senior team last year, will not be playing this season, but the club has gained two good men in A. P. Cobden, a former Canterbury Plunket Shield player, and I. Manley, who was a very successful fast bowler in the Wellington Junior representative team last season. The senior team, of course, may not again have the services of J. R. Sheffield, official coach to the Association.

Club Captain for the 1939/40 season is L. B. Sandford, with J. A. Ongley Deputy Club Captain. F. R. Bray is Secretary. I. E. Allan Treasurer, and the Committee comprises John Carrad, A. P. Cobden, E. M. Hay and George [unclear: chards].

Mr. C. H. Haln's trophy for the best fielding performance during the 1938/39 season has been awarded to T. A. Harpur.