The Spike: or, Victoria University College Review October, 1920
The first competition match was played on May 1st against Wellington, and resulted in a somewhat easy victory by 26 to nil.
v. Poneke; Athletic Park, May 15th. The team failed to show the expected form and was defeated by 20 to 3.page 63
v. Auckland University College. This match was played at Auckland on May 22nd, in wet weather. Owing to the late commencement the match was finished in semi-darkness. Auckland won by 19 to 9.
v. Selwyn. Played at Kelburn Park on May 29th. Lost S-15. v. Canterbury University College. Played at Athletic Park on. Tune 3rd, as a curtain raiser to the Wellington v. Canterbury representative match. Neither side played very good football, and we eventually won by 23-1).
v. Athletic. This game was played at Petone on June 5th, and after a fast game we defeated what was then the leading team in the competition by 10-8.
v. Berhampore. Wakefield Park, on June 12th. Won 12-5.
v. Petone, at Petone, on June 19th. The game was fast and open, and it was only in the closing stages that our opponents gained the upper hand. Lost 3-19. "
v. Berhampore, Wakefield Park, July 3rd. Draw 13-13. v. Athletic. This match was played in the mud at Athletic Park on July 10th. Play ceased by mutual consent some minutes before time was up. Lost 0-8.
v. Wellington. Played on Kelburn Park on July 17th. Won 5-0. v. Oriental. Lyall Bay, on July 24th. After a strenuous game, in which Aitken and Siddells were hurt and had to retire, we were defeated 0-6.
v. Petone. This match was played at Petone on July 31st. The team was very weak owing to injuries received in other matches. Lost 6-46.
v. Auckland University College. Newtown Park, August I4tb. A mud scramble. Drawn 3-3.