The Spike: or, Victoria College Review, June 1913
Women's Hockey Club
Women's Hockey Club.
This year an attempt has been made to revive this excellent Club, which was allowed to lapse during 1912, and a meeting was held for this purpose early in April. We have only one team in the field, entered for the Senior Championship; Miss Neuman is captain. A change has been made in the Club colours, which are now full green, with a narrow gold tie. The Club entered for the Opening Tournament, but was displaced in the first match. Another entry has been made for one on June 3rd. Few matches have been played so far, but the results have been good on the whole, and we are not without hopes that the ancient glory of the women's hockey Club will return.
Notes on Matches.
V.C. v. St. Augustine's. 0—1. The match was played in the rain on a bad ground, which may help to account for the defeat.
V.C. v. Ramblers B. Won, 3—0. Miss Evans scored two goals, Miss Caigou one. There was no score in the first half, but in the second College gathered itself together, and Ramblers were kept throughout in their 25.
V.C. v. Syrens. Draw, 1—1. The play was fast on both sides. Miss Evans was again the scorer in this match. The forward combination was particularly good.
V.C. v. Greggs. Won, 7—0. An easy victory; goals were scored by Misses Arthur (3), Wallace, Dagg, Evans, and Campbell.