Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 18, No. 11. August 12, 1954
W. Main: A capable goalkeeper and an ex-Wellington Tech player. His few appearances in the Senior grade have shown that he can deal with even the best of forwards.
K. Kerbers: Unfortunate m being injured for the latter part of the season, but is fit again now. A fullback with a good record this season.
J. Noble: A steady, forceful player of no mean ability. A fullback who has displayed good form consistently this season.
M. Dwyer: A dashing player who has played for two seasons at C.U.C Reliable and steadfast and should give a good defensive combination with the other players.
J. McFariane: A basketball representative of the college who has given us the benefit of his Soccer ability.
M. W. Pointer: A player who would prefer his Soccer in a different locality viz., a billiard table. This experience should prove invaluable for potting goals.
I. Smith: Playing in the senior team Although one of the younger players he is improving immensely as the season progresses
G. Coote: dames in the senior division have unproved Graham's play He is a very hard worker who combines well with the team and his fellow forwards.
P. F. Feenstra: An N.Z.U. and College Blue and a Canterbury representative. A very capable player who is both bright and brilliant on and off the field Appears to have the ball attached to his toe permanently.
S. Mohammed: The only international player in the team Represented Fiji against the touring N.Z. team a fast and reliable centre-forward Unlucky not to be picked gain for Canterbury this year, a provincial representative last year.
V. Kerdimillidis: An inside for ward who can tackle three or four opponents at the same tune and emerge victorious, a good virtue on the Soccer field Fast time at Tournament, should help the team immensely with his [unclear: vigotous] play
J. H. Bentley: A senior reserve player of latent talent, should benefit greatly by Tournament play Another of the younger players who should prove a good basis for future teams.
A. C. Walsh: A fast and elusive player both on the field and at practices A winger whose performances in senior play this season have compared with the best in the province Should prove valuable in Wellington.
D. H. Nunweek: A new player to the code at C.U.C. who can be relied upon to show good form at Wellington.