The Spike: or, Victoria University College Review, June 1929
V.U.C. went down to O.U. in the first round, 7—5 the final score. But for staleness, due to too much training up to the last minute, they should have been easy winners. Their play was lifeless. To realise how our chances had been preudiced one needs but look at the score in the losers' round. Against C.U.C. we won 18—7, and A.U.C., who came out victors, defeated them 17—7 in the first round. However, every lesson must be paid for, and next time should see us in a more favourable position.