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CANADA SOCCER CONNAUGHT SERIES 1913 - 1939

THE DOMINION OF CANADA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP


CONNAUGHT SERIES: THE DOMINION OF CANADA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP Published by Canada Soccer, 2017. Photos from the Canada Soccer Images Library via canadasoccer.com.


CONNAUGHT SERIES: THE DOMINION OF CANADA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

Story of the Connaught Series....................................... 4

Connaught Series Legends George Anderson......................................................... 76

Champions from 1913 to 1939..................................... 26

Geordie Campbell........................................................ 77 Marcel Castonguay...................................................... 78

1913 Norwood Wanderers of St. Boniface................... 28

Paul-Émile Castonguay................................................ 79

1914 Norwood Wanderers of St. Boniface................... 30

Roland Castonguay...................................................... 80

1915 Winnipeg Scottish FC.......................................... 32

Joe Clulow.................................................................... 81

1919 Montréal Grand Trunk FC................................... 34

Jock Coulter................................................................. 82

1920 Hamilton Westinghouse FC................................. 36

Eddie Derby................................................................. 83

1921 Toronto Scottish FC............................................. 38

Fred Dierden................................................................ 84

1922 Calgary Hillhurst FC............................................ 40

Ernie Edmunds............................................................. 85

1923 Nanaimo FC Wanderers...................................... 42

Bill Findler.................................................................... 86

1924 Winnipeg United Weston FC............................... 44

Larry Fitzpatrick............................................................ 87

1925 Toronto Ulster United FC..................................... 46

George Graham........................................................... 88

1926 Winnipeg United Weston FC............................... 48

Art Halliwell.................................................................. 89

1927 Nanaimo FC Wanderers...................................... 50

Bobby Harley................................................................ 90

1928 Westminster Royals FC....................................... 52

Trevor Harvey............................................................... 91

1929 Montréal Canadian National Railways................ 54

Bobby Lavery............................................................... 92

1930 Westminster Royals FC....................................... 56

Eddie MacLaine........................................................... 93

1931 Westminster Royals FC....................................... 68

Bill Matthews................................................................ 94

1932 Toronto Scottish FC............................................. 60

Doug McMahon............................................................ 95

1933 Toronto Scottish FC............................................. 62

Jimmy Moir................................................................... 96

1934 Verdun Park FC................................................... 64

Jimmy Nelson............................................................... 97

1935 Montréal Aldred Building..................................... 66

Alec Smith.................................................................... 98

1936 Westminster Royals FC....................................... 68

Jimmy Spencer............................................................ 99

1937 Vancouver Johnston National Storage................ 70

Andy Stevens............................................................. 100

1938 North Shore United FC........................................ 72

Dickie Stobbart........................................................... 101

1939 Vancouver Radials.............................................. 74

Albert Thombs............................................................ 102 Dave Turner............................................................... 103

Connaught Series Footballers.................................... 106

Stan Wakelyn............................................................. 104

Connaught Series Clubs............................................ 147

Artie Woutersz............................................................ 105


CONNAUGHT SERIES With the birth of the Dominion of Canada Football Association in 1912, a national competition was inaugurated in 1913, with the winner presented the newly-struck Connaught Cup. The winner’s trophy was donated by the Duke of Connaught, the 10th Governor General of Canada and a Patron to the Dominion of Canada Football Association. THE GREATEST SPORTING CARNIVAL OF ITS KIND There was plenty of excitement ahead of the first Connaught Cup Series in the summer of 1913. That first Championship took place in Fort William, Ontario (today Thunder Bay) with club representatives from four areas of the footballing country: Norwood Wanderers of St. Boniface, representing Manitoba; Fort William Canadian Pacific Railways, representing New Ontario; Toronto Old Country, representing Ontario; and Lachine, representing Québec. As noted in the Daily Times-Journal ahead of the competition, this would be “the greatest sporting carnival of its kind ever held in Canada.” A meeting was held in the city hall (on 25 August) to formulate the plans for the games. Among those present were W.J. Burdett, industrial commission, Vernon Jones, J.T. Stenhouse, E.R. Gavin, J. Wood, W.C. Sample, and H. Taylor, who occupied the chair. The following strong committees were appointed: Entertainment committee - Mayor G.A. Graham, Major E.R. Wayland, G.Foll, J. Murphy, C.W. Jarvis, and A.V. McGrath Advertising and publicity committee - W.J. Burdett, H.Scott, 4


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Sporting Editor Times-Journal, and W.C. Sample Ground committee - H.Taylor, J.T. Stenhouse, and J.Wood Finance committee - A.A. Wilson, S.J. McQueen, Alf Cooper, and Dr. Stewart

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The meeting was a very enthusiastic one, the members of the committee offering to do everything in their power to make the tournament a great success. All the preliminary arrangements have now been completed and it is now up to (Dominion of Canada Football Association president) Fred Barter to make the draw and announce the dates. Ahead of the games, organisers hoped that a representative from Alberta would also be included in the mix, specifically the famous Caledonian FC club from Calgary. The Callies declined, however, on account of receiving such a late invitation.

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For the first two years, the competition was organised in a league, round-robin format. In the very first match on 1 September 1913, hosts Fort William Canadian Pacific Railways won 3:2 over Toronto Old Country in front of 2,000 fans at Arena Park. Over the course of six days in that first year, the four teams played three matches each, with the Norwood Wanderers of St. Boniface the narrow winners after going undefeated with a win and two draws.

FOOTBALLERS

Back home, the winners were celebrated, with the mayor’s address published in the Manitoba Free Press: Gentleman - on behalf of the city council of St. Boniface, I have great pleasure in welcoming you on your return from Fort William. Your success in the recent football Championship reflects great credit both upon your organisation and also, I am happy to say, to the credit of this city.

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You have worthily upheld the traditions of clean British sportsmanship and have won a great and most coveted position in the annals of Canadian sport.

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Dominion of Canada Football Championship On behalf of the city council and citizens in general, I am glad and happy to say that we assisted financially in helping along the good work and I wish therefore to thank you for the splendid way in which you have the justified our assistance and have also brought before the people of this Dominion the name of this our great city of St. Boniface. In 1914, five teams played four games each in a round-robin series in Winnipeg from 7-12 September. For the second year in a row, the Norwood Wanderers from St. Boniface came out on top. Undefeated again, they narrowly won the Connaught Cup this time on goal average. As explained in newspapers, “the victors’ score of six points was equaled by the CPR team of Fort William, but by virtue of the fact that their goal average was better, the possession of the trophy remained with the defenders.” As it was the previous year, the 1914 competition was decided on the last day. On that day, goalkeeper and tournament hero Walter Simpson posted his third clean sheet in four matches. By virtue of playing at ‘home’ (St. Boniface neighbours the City of Winnipeg), the Norwood Wanderers were quick to start their celebration on the city streets, as carefully reported by the Manitoba Free Press. Pandemonium was let loose on the way. No one could escape the knowledge that Norwood Wanderers of St. Boniface had won the Connaught Cup for it was spelled out, shouted and sung from every throat in all the cars and the noise was increased by several dozen horns which the boys blew till their heads ached. For its third year, the Connaught Series format was changed, this time pitting the best from the “east” (Ontario-Québec) against the best from the “west” (Manitoba-New Ontario). After winning their respective semi-finals, Toronto Lancashire FC hosted Winnipeg Scottish FC in the 1915 Dominion final at Varsity Stadium in Toronto. After a scoreless draw on 11 August, Winnipeg Scottish FC hammered the home side with a 6:1 win on 12 August to capture the 6


The Connaught Series, 1913 to 1939

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Connaught Cup. Since rules stipulated the winner would be the first team to accumulate three points in the final (one point for a draw, two points for a win), there was no need to play the third match. Winnipeg’s deciding win was a game for the ages, in fact the biggest lop-sided win in a Championship final for 12 years until 1927. Injured captain Billy Anderson captured that scene in his written report to the Winnipeg Tribune.

CHAMPIONSHIP

They played a never-to-be-forgotten game and when the contest ended, the Toronto spectators rushed on the ground and carried the players off, shoulders high. They were unanimous in saying that the Scottish team was the finest that has been seen in Toronto.

LEGENDS

The 1915 team stood out for a few reasons, notably establishing a Dominion three-peat between the neighbouring cities of St. Boniface and Winnipeg. Centre half Billy Innes, the hero of the 1913 finale, became the first player to capture Dominion honours with two different clubs.

FOOTBALLERS

Injured Anderson and spare Bob Cook were two other former St. Boniface players who had crossed the river to join Scottish FC, although neither featured in either round of the 1915 Connaught Series. Two other names of note were multi-sport stars John “Jocko” Anderson and Howard “Pappy” Wood. Anderson won hockey’s Allan Cup the following year with the Winnipeg 61st Battalion, then won the Stanley Cup in 1925 with the professional Victoria Cougars. Wood, meanwhile, later became a three-time winner of The Brier, Canada’s annual curling championship, in 1930, 1932, and 1940.

CLUBS

While Billy Anderson traveled with the team to Toronto, vice-captain Billy Corrie accepted the honours at the post-competition banquet. In his report to the Tribune, Anderson picked “Wee” Johnny Plendereith as the hero of the Dominion final.

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INSPIRATION FROM THE BIG CROWDS As the Great War suspended regular soccer activity in Canada, there was no Connaught Series from 1916 to 1918. When the competition resumed in 1919, the final was played in Montréal between home side Grand Trunk FC and visiting Winnipeg Great War Veterans. Grand Trunk FC won the Connaught Cup with wins on 14 and 16 August, the first at the National Grounds and the second at Westmount Park. As noted in the Montréal Gazette, “the double victory of the Grand Trunks was a good demonstration of their superiority and generalship, as they outplayed their visitors in both games, leaving no doubt as to their victory for the coveted honours.” Grand Trunk FC had lost in the 1915 semi-finals to Toronto, but returned with greater strength four years later. In both rounds of the 1919 Connaught Series, the three matches in Montréal boasted record crowds of 4,000-6,000 fans per match. Long before the scheduled time of the commencement of play, the stands at the Westmount grounds were filled and the crowd was making an effort to rush the bleacher gates, bringing back memories of the palmy days of sport in Montréal, when just such a crowd was filling the stand to witness a lacrosse or rugby game. Those crowds have passed to the soccer game and at the present time there is no other branch of sport that will attract the gathering that a soccer match will. Over two rounds, four different Montréal players scored two goals each: centre forward Davie Adamson (who after an injury was replaced by Bill Worsley), inside right Jimmy McLeish, inside left Eddie Stott, and outside right Artie Woutersz. Outside left Alec Smith was the hero of the Dominion final, involved in the play that led to the McLeish series winner in the opening leg and then assisting on the Stott insurance goal in the second leg. 8


The Connaught Series, 1913 to 1939

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In 1920, the Championship playdowns were expanded to five teams with the addition of the Regina Soccerites (the first Saskatchewan representative since the 1914 series). Regina lost to the Winnipeg Brittanias, while MontrĂŠal CPR lost to Hamilton Westinghouse. From there, a three-team series between Winnipeg, Hamilton, and Fort William was supposed to produce a champion, but the system did not work and the August matches were awash.

CHAMPIONSHIP

As reported in the Toronto Mail and Empire:

LEGENDS

This looked all right on paper, but one game was sufficient to upset all the unhappy calculations of the (Dominion of Canada Football Association). Fort William and Brittanias battled to a draw in 20 minutes of extra time and the next time Westinghouse took on the tired Brittanias and won an undeserved victory. Westinghouse is not and never will be in the same class as Britannias. The result was that instead of the finals being played on Saturday, Britannias and CPR played a game, and Britannias winning, the whole series was knotted again. Britannias and Fort William, fed up to the neck with the treatment accorded them, and very properly fed up, announced their intention of returning to their homes and of letting the DFA executive win the cup.

FOOTBALLERS

To try and get out of the mess in the easiest way, the DFA took a hat, put three slips of paper in it, and commenced a new draw. The draw gave all three teams a new chance, with an initial series to feature Winnipeg against Fort William and then the winner to face Hamilton in the final. Winnipeg won the first series in late August, then traveled east to face Westinghouse in early September.

CLUBS

Already traveling without their top goalkeeper McColm (injured in August), Winnipeg suffered further woes in the series finale on 6 September. After a 0:0 draw in the first match in Hamilton, they took a 1-0 lead in the second match at Toronto. Near the end of the first half, however, Winnipeg’s star centre forward Stan Howell was 9


Dominion of Canada Football Championship hobbled by an ankle injury. Then in second half, Hamilton’s Billy Gilvear equalised to send the series into extra time. Beyond 90 minutes, Winnipeg were without both Howell (no longer able to continue) and McLean (also retired through injury). Against nine men, Hamilton’s Gilvear scored the series winner just five minutes into extra time at Varsity Stadium. Remember what you will about Winnipeg’s strong campaign, the club from Hamilton were deserving champions, none moreso than captain and series hero Albert “Tiny” Thombs who received the match ball after the final whistle. The Toronto Telegram was quick to celebrate their rival city: It was a great finish to a strenuous fight and there can be no doubt the team won, on the day’s play, and Hamilton have every reason to be proud of the boys who wear the red and white. Some day, we hope a Toronto team will win the Connaught Cup, but meantime it is up to the sportsmen of this great city to congratulate the present winners. The Telegram, and the City of Toronto, did not have to wait long for their own champions. In 1921, the Championship expanded to eight teams, with additions from British Columbia, Alberta, and Nova Scotia. British Columbia and Alberta had intended to join the competition in 1920, but both pulled out late (which made a mess of those 1920 playdowns). With eight teams, the inter-provincial playdowns were played geographically from coast to coast across the country, with the eventual west and east winners meeting in Toronto for the Championship final. Ladysmith FC advanced from the west, while Toronto Scottish FC advanced from the east. In the two-match Dominion final, the hosts 10


One year later, another famous Toronto team got their first crack at the Dominion Championship, but this time it was the team from the west that took home the honours. Incidentally, Toronto Ulster United FC were not the only future champions that fell to Calgary Hillhurst FC in the 1922 playdowns: so too did Nanaimo FC and Winnipeg United Weston FC. While Toronto featured stars like Fred Dierden, brothers Bobby and Phil Lavery, and Billy Sim, Calgary featured their own cast of stars in Bernie Cartwright, Fred Deluce, brothers Ed and Stan Wakelyn, and goalkeeper Andy Wilson. Calgary also featured former England international George Davis, who was now 41 years old. In Toronto at Scottish Field, Calgary won the first match 2:1, then held their hosts 0:0 to win the title in the Saturday finale. A full 7,000 fans attended the second leg, only to see their home side reduced to nine men through unfortunate injuries to Billy Hunt (fractured leg in the first half) and Jimmy King (broken leg early in the second half). Despite the uphill battle, Toronto Ulster United FC never quit on attack, as duly noted in the Manitoba Free Press. 11

CHAMPIONSHIP

Indeed, 37-year old fullback and grand master Geordie Campbell was the hero of the Championship. Goalkeeper Smith posted a record five clean sheets in six matches while Hector MacDonald (10 goals) and Teddy Young (seven goals) headed the lopsided scoring. Against Fort William, Montréal, and Ladysmith, Toronto’s undefeated record showed 26 goals scored and just two conceded.

LEGENDS

The Ladysmith boys were beaten, but not disgraced. A better team never entered Toronto in search of the Connaught Cup, which is so much more to the credit of Scottish.

FOOTBALLERS

Toronto’s first Championship was perhaps never in danger, as the local team was too good for their travel-wearied opponents. Wrote Billy Fenton in the Toronto Telegram:

CLUBS

won the series 4-0 on back-to-back clean sheets at Broadview Field on 3 August and Island Stadium on 6 August.

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Dominion of Canada Football Championship These two accidents were enough to shatter the morale of any team and with the task of playing nine men against eleven, and a goal to obtain to even the series, there was every reason for the Ulstermen to fade, but they did not. Calgary’s defence, however, was strong enough, with goalkeeper Wilson posing his first clean sheet of the 1922 playdowns. Wilson was the hero of the Dominion final, making 11 saves in that second leg. The afternoon match was also played in incredible heat, with three players collapsed after their return to the dressing rooms. Upon arriving home by train five days later, Calgary Hillhurst FC were greeted to a hero’s welcome, where “several enthusiasts shouldered (captain Stan Wakelyn) and bore him in triumph to the cars awaiting the boys.” In 1923, Nanaimo FC emerged from the west to beat Montréal Canadian Pacific Railways in the Championship. Beginning that year, Winnipeg’s Alexander Park became the site of the Dominion final for the next nine years, a fair choice being somewhat half way between the teams in the west and the teams in the east. From 1923 to 1939, Winnipeg hosted all but two Championship finals: the 1932 edition was in Toronto while the 1936 edition was in Vancouver. En route to the final, Nanaimo FC beat Coleman in Calgary and then the Fort Rouge Rangers in Winnipeg. The Vancouver Island team then stayed in Winnipeg where they met the traveled Montréal CPR, who arrived from the semi-finals in Fort William. The hero of the 1923 series was 31-year old Dickie Stobbart, who two years earlier had reached the Dominion final with Ladysmith FC. In capturing the 1923 Championship, he became the last player to win both The People’s Shield (1913 with Nanaimo United) and the Connaught Cup (which he would win again in 1927, 1928, and 1931). In 1924, it was Winnipeg United Weston FC’s turn to capture the Championship, the first of two in a three-year span. From 1924 to 1926, Winnipeg were easily the best team in the competition, 12


In the 1924 playdowns, Winnipeg beat an impressive side from Cumberland FC, one which included former Connaught Cup winner Fred Deluce of Calgary, future winner Dave Turner and his mate George Graham from Edmonton, Billie Milligan from Regina, and Jack Monaghan from mainland Woodfibre. To defeat them, Winnipeg goalkeeper Eddie Derby posted back-to-back clean sheets while Alex Slidders scored both goals in those semi-finals. In the 1924 Dominion final, Winnipeg United Weston FC fully “deserved their honours” through a two-match series against Beloeil Canadian Explosives. After a 3:2 win in the first leg, Winnipeg fought tooth and nail to capture the honours through a 0:0 draw in the second leg, as noted by the Winnipeg Tribune.

Among the 1924 heroes were goalkeeper Derby (four clean sheets), fullback brothers Art and Dan King, left half Jock McNeil, centre half Bill Matthews, outside right Scotty Lang, and centre forward Slidders (five goals). “Big” Bill Matthews made the most notable impact throughout the playdowns, with the “lanky” 21-year old hero filling in admirably for the departed Bob Harley (who in 1924 represented Canada on a tour across Australia). According to the Winnipeg Free Press, Matthews was “a team in himself at times.” 13

CLUBS

The Connaught Cup truly is a much coveted trophy and there was a keenness about this game which left no doubt that there was a real desire on both sides to secure the prize.

FOOTBALLERS

LEGENDS

The match had all the glamour of a Cup tie and it was fought like one, too quick, nervous shooting, determined work by both defences, and many thrills contributed to the football feast

CHAMPIONSHIP

winning seven of eight series and posting a record of 11 wins, six draws, and just one loss. That one loss would come as a result of a second-half collapse in the 1925 semi-finals against Nanaimo FC.

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The Connaught Series, 1913 to 1939


Dominion of Canada Football Championship In 1925, it was again the City of Toronto’s turn to lift the Connaught Cup. In the west, Nanaimo overcame a 10-man Winnipeg side to reach the final: the “downfall of Winnipeggers can be traced to the time (fullback) Debnam was injured” in the 75th minute of the series finale, after which Nanaimo scored both the equaliser and winner. In the east, Toronto Ulster United FC pushed aside both Montréal Carsteel FC and the Fort William War Veterans. In Winnipeg, the Dominion final lasted three matches, with Nanaimo and Toronto even after back-to-back draws. In the extra match, Toronto captain Bobby Lavery scored a brace to secure the Dominion honours. As noted in the Toronto Telegram: For their victory, Toronto must give chief credit to Bob Lavery, who scored both goals last night, and by scoring two minutes from time on Monday made it possible to bring off last night’s triumph Lavery was not the only star on that 1925 team, as the Ulstermen also featured goalkeeper Smith (who added four more clean sheets to his record after the 1921 series with Scottish), Fred Williams at right back, Joe Clulow at centre half, Phil Lavery at inside right, and series hero Jimmy Moir at outside left. As noted by the Canadian Press, Moir was “the one man who was responsible for the eastern victory and the westerners’ downfall.” A MOST MAGNIFICENT NEW TROPHY In 1926, a magnificent new trophy was presented as the prize at the end of the Dominion of Canada Football Championship. While the competition would still be known as the “Connaught Series,” the original Connaught Cup was retired (only to be later re-introduced as the trophy for the Eastern finals). It was only after considerable debate that the new trophy, donated by the Football Association of England, replaced the Connaught Cup. Similar trophies had been presented by the F.A. to the associations 14


in South Africa, Australia, and New Zealand. After a close vote at the Dominion of Canada Football Association’s 1925 annual meetings (10-7), the new Challenge Trophy got its debut as the most important trophy in Canadian football. Mr. Charles Smail, a council member from Alberta who would later be elected DCFA vice-president and then president, read the Reports Committee recommendation as follows:

Playing without injured centre half Bill Matthews, Winnipeg United Weston FC turned to goalkeeper Eddie Derby who starred as the hero of the 1926 playdowns. In the Championship finale, Derby “had one of the most brilliant games of his career.” As reported in the Winnipeg Tribune, Dominion of Canada Football Association council member H.W. Scrymgeour made the presentation of the new trophy to the winning team.

CLUBS

The handsome trophy donated by the F.A. of England was presented to captain Dan King by H.W. Scrymgeour, who in his address stated that the cup series was the best and the cleanest that had ever been staged in Canada. He added

FOOTBALLERS

From the 1926 inter-provincial playdowns across the nation, Cumberland Canadian Collieries emerged from the west while Winnipeg United Weston FC emerged from the east. Three successive matches ended in draws, including the third match after extra time. The fourth and final match nearly ended the same way, but then Johnny Lang jumped on a loose ball and fired home the 89th-minute series winner to the delight of the home crowd.

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CHAMPIONSHIP

Your committee have considered this matter at great length and while realising the prestige of the present Connaught Cup, we feel that it has well served its purpose and we unanimously recommend that the new sterling trophy presented by the F.A. of England be the trophy emblematic of the Dominion Championship, the series for this Championship be known as the “Connaught Series.”

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The Connaught Series, 1913 to 1939

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Dominion of Canada Football Championship that in his opinion Cumberland and Weston were the best teams that ever competed in the final and that the better team had won. In 1927, two-time Dominion champions Winnipeg United Weston FC failed to reach the inter-provincial playdowns, with the Fort Rouge Rangers winning Manitoba’s place for the opening round against Saskatoon. Led by Dennis Rivett, Saskatoon won the first series, but then lost to eventual champions Nanaimo FC. Playing without star fullback Ernie Edmunds (away on international duty on Canada’s summer-long football tour of New Zealand), the Nanaimo Wanderers pushed past Edmonton Canadian Legion before trouncing both Saskatoon in the semi-finals and Fort William Canadian Legion in the final. Nanaimo FC broke the competition’s six-year record for goals in the playdowns (31 goals in six matches, broken one year later) and the 12-year record for biggest win in the Dominion final (a thorough 9:0 win over Fort William on 1 August, finally broken 42 years later by Vancouver Columbus FC in 1969). Four Nanaimo players scored five or more goals in the competition, with Dave Cowie (six), Alex Fowler (five), John Sandland (six), and Nelson Wilson (five) all hitting the target at a regular pace. Cowie was the hero of the Dominion final, scoring five goals in two matches. As competition in British Columbia would have it, the now two-time Dominion winners from Nanaimo would not reach the inter-provincial playdowns for another eight years, with mainland squad Westminster Royals FC ready to start an incredible dynasty. That run of four Championships in nine years started in 1928. The 1928 Westminster team boasted a wealth of stars, notably inside right Stobbart (formerly Nanaimo FC) and inside left Turner (formerly Cumberland FC). The Royals also featured George Anderson at right back, George Russell at centre half, Harry Chapman at outside left, and Jock Coulter at centre forward. 16


The game falls naturally to the boys and that they are accomplished players no one will deny and critics have even gone to the extent of heralding them as the finest team that has left the coast to compete in the Dominion championship. Westminster’s opponents in the 1928 Dominion final were Montréal Canadian National Railways, an emerging powerhouse from the East who would become the first team to reach the final three years in a row from 1928 to 1930.

All told, they scored a record 32 goals in seven matches, losing just a single match when their lineup was weakened through injury. Big Coulter scored a competition record 15 goals, including seven in the final series against the Montréal Canadian Nationals. Westminster and Montréal would meet again in the 1930 final, but not before Montréal won a Connaught Series of their own in 1929. With Westminster unable to escape the provincial finals, Winnipeg 17

CLUBS

After the finalists split the opening two matches, Westminster pulled away in the final 45 minutes of the third match to claim the title. There was no question that Westminster were the best team in the country.

FOOTBALLERS

LEGENDS

The prevailing opinion that the Westminster Royals soccer team will be faced with a hard task to overcome the Dominion soccer title in the game at Carruthers Park at 3.30 o’clock this afternoon is strengthened by the report on the pedigree of each player with the Québec team. Every man has made a name for himself in Canadian football and can be relied upon to give a good account against the Royals.

CHAMPIONSHIP

Before they headed east in their journey, Westminster Royals FC opened against Edmonton Canadian Legion at Con Jones Park in Vancouver. They quickly won the first series, then rolled over the Manitoba champions Winnipeg Westbrook in the semi-finals. By now, the Manitoba Free Press called them the “best British Columbia team ever sent.”

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The Connaught Series, 1913 to 1939


Dominion of Canada Football Championship United Weston FC returned to the grand stage after victories over Regina Scottish FC and Edmonton Canadian National Railways. The 1929 Connaught Series was Montréal’s year. After knocking off Oshawa and Fort William, they crushed Winnipeg in the final with nine goals over two matches. Bill Finlayson was the hero of the 1929 Dominion final, scoring four goals and two assists against Winnipeg. He finished with a tournament-best seven goals, while teammate and Danish international Poul Nielsen finished tied for second with four goals. Outside right Joe Williams was the other force with three goals, all scored in the final against Winnipeg. Montréal’s Jimmy Nelson, with the help of fullbacks Harry Barnes and Jock Duguid, became just the second goalkeeper to completely shut out his opponents in a Dominion final, joining goalkeeper Jack Smith who accomplished the feat for Toronto Scottish FC with backto-back clean sheets in 1921. In 1930, the two big clubs from Westminster and Montréal met again in the Dominion final. After Westminster’s Coulter scored the lone goal in the first match, Montréal’s Finlayson scored a brace in the second match to equalise the series. In the third and deciding match on 2 August, it was Coulter that scored the series winner on a penalty. As noted in the Winnipeg Tribune, it was a Championship classic from start to finish. This affair on Saturday was the finest exhibition of football seen in Winnipeg during the series. Two brands were noticeable and the players of both sides changed their tactics so often that the match from start to finish kept the large crowd on an edge. Coulter scored the penalty in the 40th minute and then Montréal pushed hard for an equaliser in the second half, but goalkeeper Aubrey Sanford was the hero of the match. Sanford, with the help 18


In the West, Westminster Royals FC were back in the Dominion final despite losing a handful of players through suspension. They eliminated both Edmonton CNR and Winnish Irish in the playdowns before meeting Toronto in the Championship. On paper, Westminster Royals FC had no problem winning the 1931 Dominion final, outscoring their opponents 5-0 over two matches. Even without suspended Coulter in the lineup, they found the net through first-time winners Ernie Hammond (who led the playdowns in scoring) and Bill Findler. Stobbart, meanwhile, won his record fourth (and last) Championship winner’s medal. Westminster captain Dave Turner, now a three-time Championship winner, scored the series winner midway through the first half of the finale. Wrote Tommy Cavaghan of Winnipeg, Turner “was without the slightest shadow of doubt the outstanding player on the field.” In the Toronto XI, there were some big-name players, with 34-year old perennial all-star Art Halliwell making his Connaught Series debut at the tail end of an outstanding career. Despite the loss, the Toronto goalkeeper made a favourable impression on the Winnipeg crowd. 19

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MacLaine scored all four Montréal goals in the playdowns, but Carsteel were eliminated by the new powers of the East: Toronto Scottish FC. Andy Stevens led the way as he scored four of Toronto’s five goals.

FOOTBALLERS

The loss marked an end to CNR’s three-year dynasty in the east. In 1931, Montréal Carsteel FC emerged as the Québec winners with the help of Bob Calder, Sam Chedgzoy, Eddie MacLaine, Dave McEachran, Bill McKean, Jimmy Mellin, and former CNR stars Bob Campbell and Bill Finlayson. The Carsteel XI also featured then-goalkeeper Richard Shorrock, who a few years later switched positions to centre forward.

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of his fullbacks Anderson and 17-year old Sammy “Daisy” Waugh, closed the door to clinch Westminster’s second Dominion title in three years.

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The Connaught Series, 1913 to 1939


Dominion of Canada Football Championship It was a game of features but the work of Art Halliwell, goalie, will live long in the memory of the crowd present. Art, rotund and strongly reminiscent of (William “Fatty”) Foulke, of English international fame, saved his team from at least a six-to-nil defeat. Shot after shot was turned aside, while the fans gaped in wonderment as the big fellow three times hurled himself full length across the face of his citadel to pull off miraculous saves. Halliwell was not back the following year, but most of the Scottish FC lineup was intact when the Toronto team won the 1932 Connaught Series at home in Toronto - the first Championship final played outside of Winnipeg since 1922. Stevens was at the heart of the Toronto attack. After missing much of the 1931 playdowns through injury, he led 1932 Connaught Series with seven goals in six matches. He scored in both wins against the Fort William Canadian Legion, in both a win and a loss against Montréal Blue Bonnets, and in both wins (three goals) against North Shore United FC in the Dominion final. Wrote Peter MacRitchie of Stevens, his “speed, his deft footwork, and deadly accuracy were ever a source of worry to (North Shore) who could not cope with his rushes.” Toronto Scottish FC were not done. After winning an unofficial North American title between Canada and USA in June 1933 (a 2:1 win over Stix, Baer and Fuller of St. Louis), Toronto went on another roll just a month later in the 1933 Connaught Series playdowns to capture their second consecutive Dominion title. It was their third title since 1921. After Toronto eliminated McIntyre Mines and Montréal CNR, they traveled shorthanded to Winnipeg where they met Prince Albert City Reds in the Dominion final. With only 11 players healthy for travel, Toronto played a cautious game over the first two matches before picking up the pace in the series finale.

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In the Dominion final, Verdun Park FC beat Prince Albert to capture the honours. Two of Verdun’s biggest names were Larry Fitzpatrick, the tournament’s leading goalscorer, and Roland “Dempsey” Castonguay, the 21-year old breakout star and tournament hero. Verdun Park FC’s national laurels lasted only the one winter, with the club folding before the start of the 1935 season in Montréal. Out of their shadows, the new Québec representatives in the Connaught Series were Montréal Aldred, who featured four former Verdun players and four former CNR players. In the west, Westminster Royals FC were upset in the provincial final in what the Vancouver Sun reported as a “dazzling” 11-goal affair. Tied at the half, Westminster went ahead before Nanaimo turned the game on its head and won 7-4. With Royals literally with one foot on the eastbound train and once again this West’s representative in the Connaught 21

CHAMPIONSHIP LEGENDS

While Verdun Park FC won the east, Prince Albert City won the west for the second year in a row. This time, the team from Saskatchewan knocked off famous clubs Westminster Royals FC (with star Coulter injured) and Winnipeg United Weston FC.

FOOTBALLERS

With MacDonald, McManus, Somers, and Stevens all missing the following year, Toronto Scottish FC lost in the opening round of the 1934 playdowns. Sophomore Harry Phillips scored four goals in four matches, but his Toronto team were no match for the younger Sudbury Frood Mines, who in turn were no match for Verdun Park FC in the semi-finals.

CLUBS

The two most notable players missing were regular captain Billy Somers (injured) and goal-scoring star Stevens (bereavement after the passing of his mother). Picking up the pace, Bill McManus won the tournament goal-scoring title (10 goals in nine matches) while Hector MacDonald (who first won a Dominion title in 1921) played the hero’s role as he scored three of Toronto’s five goals against Prince Albert.

CONNAUGHT

The Connaught Series, 1913 to 1939


Dominion of Canada Football Championship Cup competition, Nanaimo unleashed a second scoring bolt. In less than five minutes (substitute Bill “Scotty”) McGregor scored twice and (John) Sandland sandwiched one between Scotty’s brace. Nanaimo and Montréal both made their way to the Dominion final where the easterners came out on top in what turned out to be a four-match affair. After the first three matches were split (each with one win, one draw, and one loss), Bob Campbell scored his second career series-winning goal in the 1:0 finale at Carruthers Park. A few of the big names in the Aldred Building lineup were Campbell, Larry Fitzpatrick, brother Charlie Fitzpatrick (the hero of the 1935 series), Peter Keir, Ronnie Low, and goalkeeper Nelson. The young “Dempsey” Castonguay also made the jump to Aldred in 1935 (after a brief trial in Sudbury), but he missed the Connaught Series through injury. The 1935 series was a “grueling” excursion for the winners from Montréal. As noted in the Montréal Gazette, “eleven matches in 21 days with almost 3,000 miles travelling was a big test and only the fine spirit of the players had carried the team through to success.” BRILLIANT BRITISH COLUMBIA In 1936, neither Montréal Aldred nor Nanaimo made it out of their respective provinces. Instead, a pair of famous teams made it all the way back to the Dominion final. Hosted in Vancouver, Westminster Royals FC represented the west while Winnipeg United Weston FC represented the east. As noted in the Vancouver Sun, the Winnipeg side was simply “outclassed” by the famous Westminster team. After splitting the first two matches, Westminster won the third with writer Al Windser noting that they “positively trounced Winnipeg in the deciding game.”

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Coulter finished the playdowns with 13 goals in four matches, thus becoming the only player to win the Connaught Series goalscoring title on three occasions. After missing the opening match against the visiting Calgary Callies, he scored a record seven goals in an explosive 12:0 win on 25 July. The 34-year old forward then scored six goals against Winnipeg, improving his Connaught Series record to 41 goals in 19 career matches. For the rest of the decade, the Dominion honours stayed out west in British Columbia, although always running through Winnipeg as part of the Connaught Series playdowns. In 1937, Vancouver Johnston National Storage won the title over Toronto Ulster United FC. The easterners won the first match, but then Vancouver won the next two. Opponents James “Swede” Larsen and George Graham finished with six goals each (across all rounds), but Larsen was the hero with two goals in the final match. Like Verdun Park FC three years earlier, Vancouver JNS folded after winning the 1937 Championship. Players quickly joined other teams 23

CHAMPIONSHIP

Turner was the hero of the series, working brilliantly with Coulter and Johnny McKay. In the Dominion final, Turner scored three goals and three assists in three matches, including the series winner.

LEGENDS

In winning the title, Westminster became the first four-time winners of the Dominion title. Captain Dave Turner was the lone player to feature in all four Championships, also lifting the trophy each time in 1928, 1930, 1931 and 1936.

FOOTBALLERS

Weston were completely outclassed by a soccer machine. They fought back admirably. Several times they changed their team in an effort to stop the short-passing game that harassed them throughout.

CLUBS

Austin Delany, the two-time Championship winner-turned “Vancouver Soccer Authority” for the local newspaper, called his former Westminster team a “machine.”

CONNAUGHT

The Connaught Series, 1913 to 1939


Dominion of Canada Football Championship for the new season, with notably Trevor Harvey, Larsen, and Reg Liptrot all joining North Shore United FC for the 1937-38 season. It took five games in the 1938 Dominion final, but North Shore United FC eventually beat Timmins Dome Mines for the Championship title. They played 11 matches and scored a tournament-record 43 goals, including an 11:1 destruction of Calgary Callies in the opening round. The top two scorers of the 1938 Connaught Series were both in North Shore colours: Jimmy Spencer with 14 goals in 10 matches (one less than Coulter’s 1928 record) and Mike McManus with 13 goals in 10 matches. Timmins nearly had North Shore in the Dominion final, but the North Vancouver team won the third match to extend the series. Centre half Trevor Harvey was the star of that match, shutting down goalscoring wizard George Chambers from the Timmins attack. Harvey, still only 21, was the hero of the Dominion final. In leading North Shore to victory, he completed a unique hat trick by winning three successive titles with three different teams from 1936 to 1938 (Westminster, Vancouver, North Shore). In 1939, it was up to Vancouver Radials to continue British Columbia’s dominance in the Connaught Series. After eliminating Edmonton Civics and Winnipeg Irish in the playdowns, they faced a stern opponent from the east in Montréal Carsteel FC. Montréal had three Castonguay brothers in their lineup, with Ronald joined by both Marcel and Paul-Émile (who led the 1939 playdowns with nine goals in nine matches). They also had an incredible unbeaten streak, one which was extended to 24 matches (all competitions) after the first two matches of the Dominion final (a draw and a win) against Vancouver. With their backs against the wall, the Vancouver Radials won the next two matches to capture the 1939 Championship. The 24


Vancouver Sun called them “as plucky a group of youngsters as ever (to come) out of the west.” After a 2:0 win on Friday to even the series, they won the finale 3:1 on Saturday. In those last two matches, two-sport star and Connaught Series hero Hap Smith scored two goals and three assists for the champion Radials.

CONNAUGHT

The Connaught Series, 1913 to 1939

After the Second World War and then the reorganisation of the Association, the Championship resumed in 1946. As remarked by historian Colin Jose, “by now many of the players who had starred in the pre-war finals had retired; after the interval, many famous team names disappeared and new teams emerged.” From 1913 to 1939, the Dominion of Canada Football Association crowned 24 national champions. There were 16 different winners from 11 cities in five provinces. The more than 70 different teams featured more than 1,300 players across 324 Connaught Series matches. A legacy to football’s great past, those famous names clubs, cities, footballers, and heroes - will forever be celebrated. ●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●● 25

LEGENDS

On 19 August, that decision on the future of the Connaught Series was taken when the Association “suspended opertions for the duration of the war.” That pause in action lasted six years.

FOOTBALLERS

From Ontario and Québec, Toronto England United and Montréal Carsteel FC were the winning representatives that would have competed in the 1940 playdowns.

CLUBS

In early July 1940, The Dominion of Canada Football Association put a pause to their annual Championship, canceling the current year and not yet taking a decision on the 1941 edition. While the provincial competitions were already underway (Billy Fenton reported a “falling off of 50 per cent” in attendance through the Toronto Telegram), no inter-provincial matches were ever played.

CHAMPIONSHIP

CHAMPIONSHIP LEGACY


THE CHAMPIONS DOMINION OF CANADA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

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1914 NORWOOD WANDERERS FC of ST. BONIFACE FINISHED FIRST IN STANDINGS • FIVE TEAMS, ROUND ROBIN SERIES CAPTAIN HARRY McMASTER • HERO WALTER SIMPSON • WON BY GOAL AVERAGE

1915 WINNIPEG SCOTTISH FC

DEFEAT FORT WILLIAM CPR • DEFEAT TORONTO LANCASHIRE FC CAPTAIN BILLY CORRIE • HERO JOHNNY PLENDERLEITH • WINNER BY CHARLES FORSYTH

BREAK IN COMPETITION DURING GREAT WAR YEARS

1919 MONTREAL GRAND TRUNK FC

DEFEAT TORONTO OLD COUNTRY • DEFEAT WINNIPEG WAR VETERANS CAPTAIN JIMMY McLAGGAN • HERO ALEC SMITH • WINNER BY JIMMY McLEISH

1920 HAMILTON WESTINGHOUSE FC

DEFEAT MONTRÉAL CPR • ADVANCE FROM 3-TEAM POOL • DEFEAT WINNIPEG BRITTANIAS CAPTAIN TINY THOMBS • HERO TINY THOMBS • WINNER BY BILLY GILVEAR

1921 TORONTO SCOTTISH FC

DEFEAT FORT WILLIAM • DEFEAT MONTRÉAL CPR • DEFEAT LADYSMITH FC CAPTAIN HARRY ACOURT • HERO GEORDIE CAMPBELL • WINNER BY HECTOR MacDONALD

1922 CALGARY HILLHURST FC

DEF. NANAIMO FC • DEF. WINNIPEG UNITED WESTON • DEF. TORONTO ULSTER UNITED CAPTAIN STAN WAKELYN • HERO ANDY WILSON • WINNER BY SAMMY GOUGH

1923 NANAIMO FC WANDERERS

DEFEAT COLEMAN • DEFEAT FORT ROUGE RANGERS • DEFEAT MONTRÉAL CPR CAPTAIN JAMES McDOUGALL • HERO DICKIE STOBBART • WINNER BY ALEX FOWLER

1924 WINNIPEG UNITED WESTON FC

DEF. MOOSE JAW CPR • DEF. CUMBERLAND FC • DEF. BELOEIL CANADIAN EXPLOSIVES CAPTAIN ART KING • HERO BILL MATTHEWS • WINNER BY ALEX SLIDDERS

1925 TORONTO ULSTER UNITED FC

DEF. MONTRÉAL CARSTEEL FC • DEF. FORT WILLIAM VETERANS • DEF. NANAIMO FC CAPTAIN BOBBY LAVERY • HERO JIMMY MOIR • WINNER BY BOBBY LAVERY

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The Connaught Series, 1913 to 1939 1926 WINNIPEG UNITED WESTON FC

CONNAUGHT

DEF. FORT WILLIAM • DEF. TORONTO WILLYS-OVERLAND • DEF. CUMBERLAND COLLIERIES CAPTAIN DAN KING • HERO EDDIE DERBY • WINNER BY JOHNNY LANG

1927 NANAIMO FC WANDERERS

DEF. EDMONTON CAN. LEGION • DEF. SASKATOON SoE • DEF. FORT WILLIAM CAN. LEGION CAPTAIN NEIL MacFARLANE • HERO DAVE COWIE • WINNER BY ALEX FOWLER

1928 WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC

DEF. EDMONTON CANADIAN LEGION • DEF. WINNIPEG WESTBROOK • DEF. MONTRÉAL CNR CAPTAIN DAVE TURNER • HERO JOCK COULTER • WINNER BY JOCK COULTER

CHAMPIONSHIP

1929 MONTRÉAL CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS

DEF. OSHAWA GM • DEF. FORT WILLIAM CAN. LEGION • DEF. WINNIPEG UNITED WESTON FC CAPTAIN PETER KEIR • HERO BILL FINLAYSON • WINNER BY BOB CAMPBELL

1930 WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC

DEFEAT CALGARY HILLHURST • DEFEAT WINNIPEG HEARTS • DEFEAT MONTRÉAL CNR CAPTAIN DAVE TURNER • HERO AUBREY SANFORD • WINNER BY JOCK COULTER

1931 WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC

DEFEAT EDMONTON CNR • DEFEAT WINNIPEG IRISH • DEFEAT TORONTO SCOTTISH FC CAPTAIN DAVE TURNER • HERO DAVE TURNER • WINNER BY DAVE TURNER

1932 TORONTO SCOTTISH FC

LEGENDS

DEF. FORT WILLIAM • DEF. MONTRÉAL BLUE BONNETS • DEF. NORTH SHORE UNITED FC CAPTAIN BILLY SOMERS • HERO ANDY STEVENS • WINNER BY JIMMY WINNING

1933 TORONTO SCOTTISH FC

DEFEAT MCINTYRE MINES • DEFEAT MONTRÉAL CNR • DEFEAT PRINCE ALBERT CITY REDS CAPTAIN DAVIE WEIR • HERO HECTOR MacDONALD • WINNER BY HECTOR MacDONALD

1934 VERDUN PARK FC

DEFEAT SUDBURY FROOD MINES • DEFEAT PRINCE ALBERT CITY REDS CAPTAIN HUMPHREY PAYNE • HERO ROLAND CASTONGUAY • WINNER BY CASTONGUAY

FOOTBALLERS

1935 MONTRÉAL ALDRED

DEF. HALIFAX • DEF. FALCONBRIDGE • DEF. FORT WILLIAM WESTFORT • DEF. NANAIMO FC CAPTAIN BOB CAMPBELL • HERO CHARLIE FITZPATRICK • WINNER BY BOB CAMPBELL

1936 WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC

DEFEAT CALGARY CALLIES • DEFEAT WINNIPEG UNITED WESTON FC CAPTAIN DAVE TURNER • HERO DAVE TURNER • WINNER BY DAVE TURNER

1937 VANCOUVER JOHNSTON NATIONALS

DEF. EDMO. CIVICS • DEF. WINN. UNITED WESTON FC • DEF. TORONTO ULSTER UNITED FC CAPTAIN JIM LAWRIE • HERO SWEDE LARSEN • WINNER BY SWEDE LARSEN

1938 NORTH SHORE UNITED FC

CLUBS

DEF. CALGARY CALLIES • DEF. WINNIPEG UNITED WESTON FC • DEF. TIMMINS DOME MINES CAPTAIN BOB HARRISON • HERO TREVOR HARVEY • WINNER BY MIKE McMANUS

1939 VANCOUVER RADIALS

DEFEAT EDMONTON CIVICS • DEFEAT WINNIPEG IRISH • DEFEAT MONTRÉAL CARSTEEL FC CAPTAIN TOMMY McKIBBIN • HERO HAP SMITH • WINNER BY REG LIPTROT

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1913

NORWOOD WANDERERS FC OF ST. BONIFACE STORY OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP The first Dominion of Canada Championship came down to the last day, with a 2:2 draw tipping the standings in favour of St. Boniface over the hosts from Fort William. After five days of football, Toronto Old Country and Lachine were out, which meant the Norwood Wanderers FC of St. Boniface (three points) and Fort William CPR (two points) were left to fight it out. A victory by either side would ensure first place, but St. Boniface could also finish first with a draw. Fort William opened the scoring in the first half, but St. Boniface both equalised and took the lead in the second half. Centre forward Simmonds scored both goals to give the Manitoba champions the lead before Fort William’s Jerry Dean equalised. The draw, however, was enough to clinch first place and the Connaught Cup. Centre half Billy Innes was noted as St. Boniface’s hero of the match.

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CHAMPIONSHIP WINNING GOAL • SIMMONDS

The Norwood Wanderers’ Simmonds scored the series-winning goal in the last match of the 1913 Championship. With the club needing a draw or better in their final match, Simmonds delivered a two-goal performance to clinch the title.

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TOP SCORER • SIMMONDS

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B Fort William, ON, CAN Fort William CPR W 3:2 L Toronto Old Country Fort William, ON, CAN Norwood Wanderers FC W 3:0 L Lachine Fort William, ON, CAN Norwood Wanderers FC D 1:1 D Toronto Old Country Fort William, ON, CAN Lachine W 3:0 L Fort William CPR Fort William, ON, CAN Toronto Old Country D 0:0 D Lachine Fort William, ON, CAN Norwood Wanderers FC D 2:2 D Fort William CPR FINAL : St. Boniface 4 points; Lachine 3 points; Fort William 3 points; Toronto 2 points.

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CONNAUGHT CUP • CAPTAIN ALEX SIMPSON After the final match, the Connaught Cup was handed to Alex Simpson, the captain of the Norwood Wanderers team, by Tom Watson, the new president of the Dominion of Canada Football Association. While the winning players received “Champions of Canada” medals, the 22 players from the runners up Fort William and Lachine received lockets donated by outgoing DCFA president Fred Barter. As noted in the Manitoba Free Press, the Norwood Wanderers “received congratulatory messages from Mayors Deacon and Berry.”

NORWOOD WANDERERS WELCOMED HOME AS HEROES The Norwood Wanderers were the first champions and “accorded (a) great reception” after winning the Connaught Cup. Upon returning home from Fort William, the team was met at the train station by the mayor and civic council of St. Boniface.

CHAMPIONSHIP

DATE 1913-09-01 1913-09-02 1913-09-03 1913-09-04 1913-09-05 1913-09-06

LEGENDS

1913 NORWOOD WANDERERS of ST. BONIFACE : W. Anderson, Billy Bradshaw, Bob Cook, Bill Innes, B. Mayson, Billy McFarlane, Harry McMaster, Albert Shoobert, Simmonds, Alex Simpson, Bob Whitehead. Manager / gérant F.H. Rogers.

CONNAUGHT

1913 CHAMPIONS : NORWOOD WANDERERS FC

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1914

NORWOOD WANDERERS FC OF ST. BONIFACE STORY OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP Norwood Wanderers FC of St. Boniface captured their second consecutive Dominion of Canada Football Championship by finishing at the top of the 1914 Connaught Cup standings. It all came down to the final day and it all ended with the same outcome: St. Boniface captured the silverware. For its second year, the Connaught Series expanded from six to 10 matches with the addition of the Saskatchewan winners from Regina. After four days, Regina and Lachine were out, leaving Toronto Eaton’s, Fort William CPR, and St. Boniface in a three-way fight on the final Saturday. In the first match, Fort William beat Toronto to reach six points, leaving only St. Boniface with a chance to catch them. In the deciding game, St. Boniface needed to win and they needed to maintain a superior goal average across their four matches - which they did with a 1:0 win over Lachine (with Nicholson the goalscorer). Walter Simpson was the hero with three clean sheets in four matches.

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ST. BONIFACE WINS CHAMPIONSHIP ON GOAL AVERAGE

Fort William CPR scored more goals (eight) and finished with a greater goal difference (+5), but Norwood Wanderers had a better goal average. St. Boniface scored four goals and conceded once; Fort Williams scored eight, but conceded three.

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TOP SCORER • HUGHIE MCQUEEN of TORONTO Toronto centre forward Hughie McQueen scored four goals in four round-robin matches during the 1914 Championship. Fort William’s centre forward Dickie Green finished second with three goals.

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CONNAUGHT CUP • CAPTAIN HARRY McMASTER St. Boniface enjoyed the support of the home crowd throughout the 1914 Championship, with all matches played in neighbouring Winnipeg. The defending champions did not disappoint, with captain Harry McMaster collecting the Cup on the final day. As noted in the Manitoba Free Press, the St. Boniface winners were celebrated with “an automobile procession around the two cities of Winnipeg and St. Boniface. About ten cars carrying the players of the team and about 75 friends went down to York avenue, back to Portage and west as far as Free Press corner, cast again to Main Street, and south almost to the CPR, and then south to Norwood and back through St. Boniface to the city hall.”

CHAMPIONSHIP

DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT 1914-09-07 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Fort William CPR W 4:1 L Regina Leader Exhibition 5,000 1914-09-07 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Norwood Wanderers FC D 0:0 D Toronto Eaton’s Winnipeg 4,500 1914-09-08 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Norwood Wanderers FC D 1:1 D Fort William CPR Winnipeg 1914-09-08 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Lachine W 2:0 L Regina Leader Winnipeg 1914-09-10 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Norwood Wanderers FC W 2:0 L Regina Leader Winnipeg 1914-09-10 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Toronto Eaton’s W 3:1 L Lachine Winnipeg 1914-09-11 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Lachine D 0:0 D Fort William CPR Winnipeg 1914-09-11 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Toronto Eaton’s W 1:0 L Regina Leader Winnipeg 1914-09-12 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Toronto Eaton’s L 1:3 W Fort William CPR Winnipeg 1914-09-12 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Norwood Wanderers FC W 1:0 L Lachine Winnipeg FINAL : St. Boniface 6 points; Fort William 6 points; Toronto 5 points; Lachine 3 points; Regina 0 points.

LEGENDS

1914 NORWOOD WANDERERS of ST. BONIFACE : Harry Ambler, Baird, Billy Bradshaw, Grant, Jackson, McDowell, Harry McMaster, McRae, Nicholson, Patterson, Albert Shoobert, Alex Simpson, Walter Simpson, Steele, Wakely.

CONNAUGHT

1914 CHAMPIONS : NORWOOD WANDERERS FC

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1915

WINNIPEG SCOTTISH FC STORY OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP The 1915 Dominion of Canada Football Championship featured a new elimination format, with four teams split into a west vs. east competition. The Manitoba representatives Winnipeg Scottish FC came out on top, eliminating Fort William CPR in the semi-finals and then Toronto Lancashire FC in the final. Winnipeg went undefeated in four matches, scoring nine goals and conceding just two. In the final series, they traveled east by train where they faced their hosts Toronto Lancashire. After a 0:0 draw, they completely overwhelmed their opponents in the second match, scoring six times to win the match and clinch the series. Winnipeg were “worthy winners” of the Connaught Cup. George Mair (two), Charles Forsyth (two), Billy Corrie, and Jocko Anderson were the goalscorers. Inside left “Wee” Johnny Plenderleith was the hero of match as he “ran round the opposition in his own sweet way.”

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CHAMPIONSHIP WINNING GOAL • CHARLES FORSYTH

Winnipeg’s outside left Charles Forsyth scored the series-winning goal of the 1915 Championship final in the second and final game. Forsyth scored two goals and two assists in the 6:1 victory. He scored the winner in the first half on a header.

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After the final whistle, both teams were celebrated at a banquet where Craig Campbell, newly-elected president of the Dominion of Canada Football Association, presented the Connaught Cup to Billy Corrie, the Winnipeg vice-captain. After a “well-time speech,” Corrie then gave the trophy to team manager Dan McNeil. Captain Billy Anderson was unavailable for the final through an ankle injury which had kept him on the sidelines for much of the season. He traveled with the team and wrote the match story for the Winnipeg Tribune back home, noting that, “every player, member and supporter here is tickled to death.”

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CHAMPIONSHIP

CONNAUGHT CUP • VICE-CAPTAIN BILLY CORRIE

LEGENDS

1915 WINNIPEG SCOTTISH FC : Jocko Anderson, W. Anderson, Andy Campbell, Bob Cook, Billy Corrie, Alec Dick, Charles Forsyth, George Gardiner, Bill Innes, George Mair, Johnny Plenderleith, Alex Ross, Howard Wood. Manager / gérant Dan McNeil. DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT 1915-08-06 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Scottish W 1:0 L Fort William CPR 2,500 1915-08-07 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Scottish W 2:1 L Fort William CPR 2,700 1915-08-02 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Lancashire FC W 3:0 L Montréal Grand Trunk FC U. of Toronto 4,000 1915-08-07 Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Grand Trunk FC D 1:1 D Toronto Lancashire FC Alexandra DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT 1915-08-11 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Lancashire FC D 0:0 D Winnipeg Scottish Varsity 3,000 1915-08-12 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Lancashire FC L 1:6 W Winnipeg Scottish Varsity 4,500 FINAL : Winnipeg wins series 6-1 / Winnipeg gagne la série 6-1.

CONNAUGHT

1915 CHAMPIONS : WINNIPEG SCOTTISH FC

Upon returning to Winnipeg, the team was “welcomed home by (a) monster throng” at the train station. The heroes were then celebrated at Thistle rink at a banquet that included Mayor Richard Waugh. “Local sportsmen did not mind the late hour in their eagerness to show their esteem for the Scotsmen. Not only did footballers turn out to give the New Champions the ‘glad hand,’ but leading officers in nearly every brand of sport were on deck.”

THE GREAT WAR YEARS • 1916 • 1917 • 1918

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1919

MONTRÉAL GRAND TRUNK FC STORY OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP After a three-year hiatus, the Connaught Series resumed in 1919 with the familiar four-team format. This time, Montréal Grand Trunk FC were equally the hosts and winners of the Dominion of Canada Football Championship. After eliminating Toronto Old Country in a home-and-away series in the semi-finals, Montréal won the final 3-1 over the visiting Winnipeg War Veterans. Outside left Alec Smith was the hero of the two-match Dominion final. In the second match of the final, he assisted on Eddie Stott’s winning goal at Westmount Park. As noted in the Montréal Gazette, “there was some inspiration in the big crowd. It seemed that as many as four of every five men of military age wore the disharged soldier’s button. “The big crowd overflowed the field and sat and stood several rows deep along the line back of the eastern goal and along the south side of the field, but the gathering was well behaved and orderly, leaving little to do for the few policemen inside the grounds.”

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CHAMPIONSHIP WINNING GOAL • JIMMY McLEISH

Montréal won the two-match Dominion final 3-1, with Jimmy McLeish scoring the series winner in the opening match. After goalkeeper Walter Simpson stopped an Alec Smith chance, McLeish capitalised on the clearance for the 2-1 series lead.

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg War Veterans W 2:0 L Port Arthur Pascoes Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg War Veterans L 1:3 W Port Arthur Pascoes Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg War Veterans W 5:1 L Port Arthur Pascoes Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Old Country W 4:1 L Montréal Grand Trunk FC Varsity Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Grand Trunk FC W 5:0 L Toronto Old Country LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Grand Trunk FC W 2:1 L Winnipeg War Veterans National Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Grand Trunk FC W 1:0 L Winnipeg War Veterans Westmount FINAL : Montréal wins series 3-1 / Montréal gagne la série 3-1.

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CONNAUGHT CUP • CAPTAIN JIMMY McLAGGAN Montréal right back Jimmy McLaggan served as captain of the Championship-winning Grand Trunk FC. After the win at home, “there was a wild rush of spectators to the field and the Grand Trunk players were lifted shoulder high and carried from the grounds by their supporters. The (Winnipeg) Veterans were not forgotten and were congratulated for the splendid defence that they had made against the more speedy Grand Trunks, especially after their long trip from the west. The Veterans took their defeat in a sportsmanlike manner and were the first to crowd the dressing room of the champions to offer their congratulations.”

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DATE 1919-08-01 1919-08-02 1919-08-04 1919-08-06 1919-08-09 DATE 1919-08-14 1919-08-16

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1919 MONTRÉAL GRAND TRUNK FC : Davie Adamson, Chic Craigie, W. Frier, Bobby Harris, J. Jones, Jimmy McLaggan, Jimmy McLeish, Alec Rae, Alec Smith, Eddie Stott, Bill Worsley, Artie Woutersz. Alternates D. Adams, W. Adams, G. Mann, Johnny Rooney.

CONNAUGHT

1919 CHAMPIONS : MONTRÉAL GRAND TRUNK FC

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HAMILTON WESTINGHOUSE STORY OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP Hamilton Westinghouse were the first team to capture the Connaught Cup after extra time, winning the 1920 Dominion of Canada Championship on a Billy Gilvear winner at Varsity Stadium in Toronto. Knotted 1-1 after two matches, the extra period was played with Hamilton at an advantage as Winnipeg had already been reduced to nine men through injuries. Westinghouse were the first team from Ontario to win the title. After eliminating Montréal CPR in the first round, they advanced to the final from a three-team series with Winnipeg Brittanias and Fort William CPR. After an additional series was required to split Winnipeg and Fort William, the final opened in Hamilton. The second match was played in Toronto as part of a Labour Day double header following the Toronto-Montréal all-star match.

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Hamilton’s 28-year old inside left Billy Gilvear scored the series-winning goal of the 1920 Championship final. In a come-from-behind victory, he scored the equaliser in the second half and then the winner in extra time.

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal CPR W 2:1 L Hamilton Westinghouse Toronto, ON, CAN Hamilton Westinghouse W 3:1 L Montréal CPR Broadview Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Brittanias D 1:1 D Regina Soccerites Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Brittanias W 2:1 L Regina Soccerites Carruthers LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Toronto, ON, CAN Fort William CPR W 2:1 L Hamilton Westinghouse Varsity Toronto, ON, CAN Fort William CPR D 0:0 D Winnipeg Brittanias Varsity Toronto, ON, CAN Hamilton Westinghouse W 2:0 L Winnipeg Brittanias Toronto, ON, CAN Fort William CPR L 2:3 W Winnipeg Brittanias Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Brittanias D 1:1 D Fort William CPR Carruthers Fort William, ON, CAN Fort William CPR L 0:1 W Winnipeg Brittanias LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Hamilton, ON, CAN Hamilton Westinghouse D 0:0 D Winnipeg Brittanias Harvester Toronto, ON, CAN Hamilton Westinghouse W 2:1 L Winnipeg Brittanias Varsity FINAL : Hamilton wins series 2-1 / Hamilton gagne la série 2-1.

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CONNAUGHT CUP • CAPTAIN ALBERT THOMBS Tiny Thombs and Hamilton Westinghouse were already four-time Ontario Cup winners before they won the Dominion of Canada Championship for the first time in 1920. As noted in the Hamilton Spectator, “it has always been the ambition of Tiny Thombs to win a Dominion Championship medal before he retired from the game. He has achieved that ambition. After the game, Tiny was presented with the ball. It was an appropriate act as Tiny had played the game longer than any player in Hamilton and there was none more popular.”

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DATE 1920-07-27 1920-07-30 1920-07-29 1920-07-30 DATE 1920-08-02 1920-08-04 1920-08-05 1920-08-07 1920-08-21 1920-08-28 DATE 1920-09-04 1920-09-06

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1920 HAMILTON WESTINGHOUSE : Billy Adair, D. Burns, A. Coombe, Tommy Craig, Tommy Gardiner, Garside, Billy Gilvear, E. Jones, W. Jones, A. McEwan, Peter Pascoe, T. Pilkington, Sinclair, Albert Thombs, Johnny Ure.

CONNAUGHT

1920 CHAMPIONS : HAMILTON WESTINGHOUSE

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1921

TORONTO SCOTTISH FC STORY OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP Toronto Scottish FC won their first Dominion of Canada Football Championship in 1921, winning the two-match, total goals series 4-0 over visiting Ladysmith FC from Vancouver Island. In the first Championship to feature teams from coast to coast across seven provinces, Toronto eliminated Fort William in the quarter-finals, Montréal CPR in the semifinals, and then Ladysmith FC in the Dominion final. Hector MacDonald and Teddy Young were the stalwart goalscorers throughout the playdowns while Harry Anderson recorded three assists in the final round. Hero MacDonald set a record with 10 goals while goalkeeper Smith set a record with five clean sheets in six matches. According to Toronto newspaper The Globe, “much of the honour of winning the cup must go to the versatile Geordie Campbell, as his sound judgment and sterling play on the field has been the means of putting the required confidence into the teammates to bring home the spoils.”

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Toronto’s Hector MacDonald scored the series-winning goal in the Championship final, the lone goal with an assist from Harry Anderson in a 1:0 win over Ladysmith. MacDonald scored the opening goal in both matches of that 1921 final series.

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1921 TORONTO SCOTTISH FC : Harry Acourt, Aitken, Harry Anderson, Bobby Bruce, Geordie Campbell, Ernie Fidler, George Houison, Hector MacDonald, Alex McCall, Billy Sim, Bob Jack Smith, Teddy Young. Manager / gérant Dave Lumsden. DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT 1921-07-20 Nanaimo, BC, CAN Ladysmith FC W 2:1 L Calgary Callies 1921-07-23 Vancouver, BC, CAN Ladysmith FC W 4:0 L Calgary Callies Athletic 1,500 1921-07-20 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Fort Rouge Rangers W 1:0 L Regina Post Carruthers 1921-07-23 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Fort Rouge Rangers L 1:4 W Regina Post Carruthers 1921-07-13 Fort William, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 4:0 L Fort William 1921-07-16 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 11:0 L Fort William Ossington 1921-07-16 Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal CPR W 3:1 L Halifax Shipyards Grand Trunk 1921-07-18 Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal CPR W 4:2 L Halifax Shipyards Grand Trunk DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT 1921-07-28 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Regina Post L 0:2 W Ladysmith FC Carruthers 1921-07-30 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Regina Post L 0:2 W Ladysmith FC Carruthers 1,200 1921-07-23 Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal CPR D 2:2 D Toronto Scottish FC 1921-07-30 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 5:0 L Montréal CPR DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT 1921-08-03 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 3:0 L Ladysmith FC Broadview 7,000 1921-08-06 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 1:0 L Ladysmith FC Island 5,000 FINAL : Toronto wins series 4-0 / Toronto gagne la série 4-0.

CONNAUGHT

1921 CHAMPIONS : TORONTO SCOTTISH FC

After the final match, Dominion of Canada Football Association president Dan McNeil presented the Connaught Cup to Toronto’s 33-year old captain Harry Acourt. President McNeil also presented 10-karat gold medals to the captain Acourt, who then distributed the ‘spoils’ to his Toronto teammates.

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1922

CALGARY HILLHURST FC STORY OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP Calgary Hillhurst FC wrestled the Dominion of Canada Championship honours west to the province of Alberta for the first time in 1922. Calgary won the two-match, total goals series 2-1 over Toronto Ulster United FC, with all three goals scored in the opening match. In reaching the final, Calgary Hillhurst FC eliminated Nanaimo FC and Winnipeg United Weston FC before continuing east to Toronto. In the final, Calgary took a 2-1 lead and then defended their way to the title, with hero Andy Wilson making 11 saves and posting the clean sheet in the second leg. He did so in front of a record crowd of 7,000 fans. Back home, the Calgary Daily Herald “arranged for a rapid bulletin service on the match” at First Street West. The hosts Toronto, meanwhile, were reduced to nine men through injuries in each half. Despite their “no surrender” attack, Toronto’s Red Handers just couldn’t score an equaliser. Calgary had their chances, too, but wouldn’t add to their 2-1 series lead in the Saturday heat. After the Saturday win, Calgary returned home and were fetted by a Thursday parade, a Friday luncheon, and a Saturday smoker.

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Calgary’s inside right Sammy Gough scored the series-winning goal of the 1922 Championship final against Toronto. He scored the winner in the opening match before the second match ended in a scoreless draw.

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TOP SCORER • BERNIE CARTWRIGHT Calgary’s “wee” inside left Bernie Cartwright led the Championship with five goals in seven matches, including four goals in the semi-finals. Winnipeg’s Ernest Knill ranked second with four goals scored.

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary Hillhurst L 1:2 W Nanaimo City Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary Hillhurst W 3:1 L Nanaimo City Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 3:1 L Regina Mounted Police Fort Garry Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 2:1 L Regina Mounted Police Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Grenadier Guards L 0:2 W Toronto Ulster United FC Alexandra Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC W 1:0 L Montréal Grenadier Guards LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Fort Williams withdraws before series against Toronto Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston D 1:1 D Calgary Hillhurst Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston D 1:1 D Calgary Hillhurst Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston L 1:2 W Calgary Hillhurst LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC L 1:2 W Calgary Hillhurst Scottish Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC D 0:0 D Calgary Hillhurst Scottish FINAL : Calgary wins series 2-1 / Calgary gagne la série 2-1.

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CONNAUGHT CUP • CAPTAIN STAN WAKELYN On reaching Calgary with the Connaught Cup on 17 August, Stan Wakelyn and his Hillhurst teammates were greeted by a parade in their honour. The 32-year old captain handed the trophy to his father William and then “several enthusiasts shouldered (Stan) and bore him in triumph to the cars awaiting the boys.”

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DATE 1922-07-14 1922-07-15 1922-07-14 1922-07-15 1922-07-22 1922-07-24 DATE 1922-07-25 1922-08-04 1922-08-05 1922-08-07 DATE 1922-08-10 1922-08-12

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1922 CALGARY HILLHURST FC : Roy Austin, Harry Banks, Bernie Cartwright, George Davis, Fred Deluce, Freddie Foster, Sammy Gough, Andy Mitchell, Geordie Scott, Bobby Stephen, Ed Wakelyn, Stan Wakelyn, Andy Wilson, Johnny Wright. Manager / gérant Bob Gallagher.

CONNAUGHT

1922 CHAMPIONS : CALGARY HILLHURST FC

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1923

NANAIMO FC WANDERERS STORY OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP Nanaimo FC Wanderers were the first team from British Columbia to win the Connaught Cup as the Dominion of Canada Football Association’s champions. From the west, Nanaimo eliminated Alberta’s Coleman and Manitoba’s Fort Rouge Rangers en route to the Dominion final against Montréal. In the final series in Winnipeg, Nanaimo won Saturday before Montréal won Monday to even the series. In the extra third match, Nanaimo won 1:0 to win the series 2-1 on aggregate. It was noted that rain dampened the final match, but Nanaimo still dominated play and even hit the crossbar before scoring the winner in the second half. Goalkeeper Tommy Routledge posted his third clean sheet of the playdowns while Fowler scored his third goal. Montréal’s goalkeeper Johnny Nicol was the star of the final match while Dickie Stobbart was the series hero from the Nanaimo club.

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CHAMPIONSHIP WINNING GOAL • ALEX FOWLER

Only one goal separated the two finalists of the 1923 Championship. In the second half just before the one hour mark, Alex Fowler scored the lone goal of the final after fullback Tommy Dickenson centered the ball from the right side.

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TOP SCORER • WILF REED of FORT ROUGE RANGERS Wilf Reed scored five goals and two assists in four matches. He opened the Championship with a four-goal effort against Regina Imperial Oil. Teammate Duncan Watson also scored five goals in four matches.

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DATE 1923-07-20 1923-07-21 1923-07-14 1923-07-16 1923-07-21 1923-07-28 DATE 1923-07-26 1923-07-28 1923-07-31 1923-08-02 DATE 1923-08-04 1923-08-06 1923-08-08

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Calgary, AB, CAN Coleman L 1:2 W Nanaimo Wanderers Calgary, AB, CAN Coleman L 1:3 W Nanaimo Wanderers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Fort Rouge Rangers W 7:0 L Regina Imperial Oil Winnipeg, MB, CAN Fort Rouge Rangers W 3:2 L Regina Imperial Oil Carruthers Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal CPR W 2:1 L Toronto Ulster United FC Alexandra Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC D 1:1 D Montréal CPR Broadview LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Fort Rouge Rangers L 1:2 W Nanaimo Wanderers Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Fort Rouge Rangers D 0:0 D Nanaimo Wanderers Carruthers Fort William, ON, CAN Fort William Veterans L 1:3 W Montréal CPR Fort William, ON, CAN Fort William Veterans L 0:1 W Montréal CPR LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Nanaimo Wanderers W 1:0 L Montréal CPR Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Nanaimo Wanderers L 0:1 W Montréal CPR Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Nanaimo Wanderers W 1:0 L Montréal CPR Carruthers FINAL : Nanaimo wins series 2-1 / Nanaimo gagne la série 2-1.

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2,500 500 2,500 6,000 ATT 3,500 5,000 1,200 ATT 5,500 4,000 2,000

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1923 NANAIMO FC WANDERERS : Edward Appleby, Billy Bell, Tommy Dickenson, Alex Fowler, J. Hines, Bobby Husband, George Linn, James McDougall, Angus McMillan, Dave Minto, Tommy Routledge, Dickie Stobbart, Romeo Zaccarelli. Coach : Jimmy Watson.

CONNAUGHT

1923 CHAMPIONS : NANAIMO FC WANDERERS

After the final match, John Easton, president of the Dominion of Canada Football Association, presented the Connaught Cup to Nanaimo team captain James McDougall. Wrote the Winnipeg Tribune, McDougall “said that he was proud of the championship team and they would do their best to hold the trophy at the coast for several years to come. He also expressed his appreciation of the sporting manner in which the series had been played and thanked the Winnipeg football followers and officials for the kindness and courtesy that had been shown to his team.”

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CONNAUGHT CUP • CAPTAIN JAMES McDOUGALL

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1924

WINNIPEG UNITED WESTON FC STORY OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP Winnipeg United Weston FC returned the Connaught Cup to Winnipeg for the first time in nine years when the won the 1924 Dominion of Canada Football Championship at Carruthers Park. The Winnipeg team won the two-match, total goals series 3-2 over the Canadian Explosives of Beloeil. Along the way, Winnipeg also beat Moose Jaw CPR in the quarter-finals and Cumberland FC in the semi-finals. The big moment came near the end of the first match when Alex Slidders scored the go-ahead goal with just a few minutes remaining. It turned out to be the last goal of the series, with the second match ending in a scoreless draw. The 21-year old centre half Bill Matthews was the hero of the Dominion final while 22-year old goalkeeper Eddie Derby posted his fourth clean sheet of the playdowns.

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Winnipeg United Weston FC won the two-match, total goals series, with all five goals between the two teams scored in the opening match. Slidders scored the equaliser before the hour mark and then the winner just two minutes from full time.

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Vancouver, BC, CAN Cumberland FC W 2:1 L Calgary Hillhurst Nanaimo, BC, CAN Cumberland FC D 0:0 D Calgary Hillhurst Athletic Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 1:0 L Moose Jaw CPR Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 2:1 L Moose Jaw CPR Carruthers Montréal, QC, CAN Beloeil Cdn. Explosives W 3:0 L Mimico Beach Mimico, ON, CAN Mimico Beach D 1:1 D Beloeil Canadian Explosives Scarboro LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston D 0:0 D Cumberland FC Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 2:0 L Cumberland FC Carruthers Fort William, ON, CAN Fort William CPR L 0:1 W Beloeil Canadian Explosives Fort William, ON, CAN Fort William CPR L 0:1 W Beloeil Canadian Explosives LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 3:2 L Beloeil Canadian Explosives Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston D 0:0 D Beloeil Canadian Explosives Carruthers FINAL : Winnipeg wins series 3-2 / Winnipeg gagne la série 3-2.

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CONNAUGHT CUP • CAPTAIN ART KING After the final match, Dominion of Canada Football Association President John Easton presented the Connaught Cup to Art King, captain of Winnipeg United Weston FC. More than 6,000 fans were on hand for the final match, as “standing capacity was taxed to the limit.”

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DATE 1924-07-11 1924-07-12 1924-07-04 1924-07-05 1924-07-12 1924-07-16 DATE 1924-07-19 1924-07-22 1924-07-19 1924-07-21 DATE 1924-07-24 1924-07-26

LEGENDS

1924 WINNIPEG UNITED WESTON FC : Dougie Clark, Eddie Derby, Jimmy Derby, Johnny Foxon, Gregor Grant, Art King, Dan King, Scotty Lang, Bill Matthews, J. McKenzie, Jock McNeil, Alex Slidders.

CONNAUGHT

1924 CHAMPIONS : WINNIPEG UNITED WESTON FC

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1925

TORONTO ULSTER UNITED FC STORY OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP Toronto Ulster United FC won their first Dominion of Canada Football Championship in 1925, returning to claim the Connaught Cup just three years after they had lost the 1922 final to Calgary Hillhurst FC. Toronto were not to be denied a second time, as they won the decisive match 2:0 to clinch the title. In winning the Championship, Toronto eliminated Montréal Carsteel FC in the quarter-finals and then Fort William Veterans in the semi-finals. After back-to-back draws to open the final against Nanaimo, Toronto got two goals from their captain Bobby Lavery to win the series. In six games, goalkeeper Smith (formerly of 1921 Scottish) posted four clean sheets. In the final series against Nanaimo, Toronto’s three match stars were Fred Williams, Bobby Lavery, and series hero Jimmy Moir.

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Toronto’s Bobby “Nipper” Lavery scored both goals in the 1925 Championship final against Nanaimo, a 2:0 win at Carruthers Park in Winnipeg. Lavery scored a goal in each half before he was ejected midway through the second half.

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DATE 1925-07-16 1925-07-18 1925-07-16 1925-07-18 1925-07-11 1925-07-18 DATE 1925-07-20 1925-07-22 1925-07-23 DATE 1925-07-25 1925-07-27 1925-07-29

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary CPR L 0:2 W Nanaimo Wanderers Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary CPR L 0:4 W Nanaimo Wanderers Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 1:0 L Regina Post Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 3:1 L Regina Post Carruthers Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Carsteel FC W 1:0 L Toronto Ulster United FC Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC W 2:0 L Montréal Carsteel FC Ulster LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston D 0:0 D Nanaimo Wanderers Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston L 1:2 W Nanaimo Wanderers Fort William, ON, CAN Fort William Veterans L 0:1 W Toronto Ulster United FC LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Nanaimo Wanderers D 0:0 D Toronto Ulster United FC Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Nanaimo Wanderers D 1:1 D Toronto Ulster United FC Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Nanaimo Wanderers L 0:2 W Toronto Ulster United FC Carruthers FINAL : Toronto wins series 3-1 / Toronto gagne la série 3-1.

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1925 TORONTO ULSTER UNITED FC : Art Barron, Billy Bissett, Joe Clulow, Gervan, Sammy Grant, Tommy Johnson, Bobby Lavery, Phil Lavery, Jimmy Moir, Walter Rankin, Bob Jack Smith, Angus Watt, Fred Williams, W. Woolacott. Manager / gérant R. Torrans.

CONNAUGHT

1925 CHAMPIONS : TORONTO ULSTER UNITED FC

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After the final match, Toronto’s Tommy Johnson accepted the Connaught Cup from John Easton, President of the Dominion of Canada Football Association. Toronto’s regular captain Bobby Lavery (pictured far right) had been ejected midway through the second half (one of four players ejected in the final game). Back home, Toronto were welcomed by a reception at City Hall and a parade to Ulster Stadium. The team was then recognised ahead of the Toronto-Montréal all-star match (the Carls Rite Cup). 47


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WINNIPEG UNITED WESTON FC STORY OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP Winnipeg United Weston FC won their second Dominion of Canada Championship in just three years when they defeated the Cumberland Canadian Collieries on a last-minute goal. After three draws, Winnipeg won the unprecedented fourth match of the final round, with goalkeeper and hero Eddie Derby putting in “one of the most brilliant games of his career.” Outside right Johnny Lang scored the 89th-minute winner. From three years and 18 inter-provincial matches (1924 to 1926), Winnipeg lost only once in the 1925 semi-finals. In the 1926 Connaught Series, they eliminated Fort William Veterans and Toronto Willys-Overland before taking on Cumberland in the final round.

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Winnipeg’s inside left Johnny Lang scored the series-winning goal in the fourth and final match of the 1926 Championship final. Into the dying minutes, Lang collected a loose ball and scored the lone goal of the 1:0 victory at Carruthers Park.

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Winnipeg centre forward Duncan Watson scored nine goals in eight matches during the 1926 Championship. Cumberland centre forward Milton “Tuffy” Davies ranked second with five goals. 48


1926 WINNIPEG UNITED WESTON FC : Borland, Eddie Derby, George Hutchinson, Art King, Dan King, Johnny Lang, Scotty Lang, Bill Matthews, Bob McIntosh, Jock McNeil, Dusty Miller, Alex Slidders, Duncan Watson. Alternate / Suppléant : Patrick O’Kane. LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Cumberland, BC, CAN Cumberland Collieries W 1:0 L Edmonton CNR Cumberland, BC, CAN Cumberland Collieries W 3:2 L Edmonton CNR Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 4:1 L Fort William War Veterans Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 5:0 L Fort William War Veterans Carruthers Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal CPR L 3:4 W Toronto Willys-Overland Thornton Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Willys-Overland W 3:2 L Montréal CPR Ulster LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA Regina, SK, CAN Regina Post L 0:4 W Cumberland Cdn. Collieries Regina, SK, CAN Regina Post L 0:4 W Cumberland Cdn. Collieries Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 3:1 L Toronto Willys-Overland Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 5:2 L Toronto Willys-Overland Carruthers LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston D 0:0 D Cumberland Cdn. Collieries Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston D 1:1 D Cumberland Cdn. Collieries Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston D 1:1 D Cumberland Cdn. Collieries Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 1:0 L Cumberland Cdn. Collieries Carruthers FINAL : Winnipeg wins series 3-2 / Winnipeg gagne la série 3-2.

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CHALLENGE TROPHY • CAPTAIN DAN KING

CHAMPIONSHIP

DATE 1926-07-17 1926-07-19 1926-07-17 1926-07-19 1926-07-17 1926-07-21 DATE 1926-07-24 1926-07-26 1926-07-24 1926-07-26 DATE 1926-07-29 1926-07-31 1926-08-02 1926-08-04

CONNAUGHT

1926 CHAMPIONS : WINNIPEG UNITED WESTON FC

After the final match, the magnificent Challenge Trophy was presented to Winnipeg captain Dan King by H.W. Scrymgeour, the Manitoba council member of the Dominion of Canada Football Association. This marked the first year that the newly-struck Challenge Trophy was presented to the winners.

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NANAIMO FC WANDERERS STORY OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP Nanaimo FC won the 1927 Dominion of Canada Football Championship after going undefeated in six matches and setting a record with 31 goals scored. After eliminating Edmonton Canadian Legion and Saskatoon Sons of England in the playdowns, they beat Fort William Canadian Legion in the Championship final. Dave Cowie was the hero, scoring five of his six goals in the final series against Fort William. Alex Fowler (five), John Sandland (six), and Nelson Wilson (five) also scored regularly throughout the playdowns. The team’s two biggest victories were an 8:1 win to capture the West and then a record 9:0 win to open the Dominion final.

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CHAMPIONSHIP WINNING GOAL • ALEX FOWLER

Alex Fowler gave Nanaimo a 2-0 lead in the first match of the 1927 Championship final, a 9:0 victory over Fort William. Nanaimo won the two-match, total goals series by an incredible score of 14-1.

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TOP SCORER • DAVE COWIE

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1927 NANAIMO FC WANDERERS : Alexander, Jock Clarke, Dave Cowie, Alex Fowler, Jimmy Knight, Neil MacFarlane, Joe Milburn, Dave Minto, Len Perry, Tommy Routledge, John Sandland, Dickie Stobbart, Alex Thompson, Nelson Wilson. Manager / gérant Archie Hannah. ATT

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Legion L 0:2 W Nanaimo FC Renfrew Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Legion D 2:2 D Nanaimo FC Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon Sons of England W 2:1 L Fort Rouge Rangers Mayfair Saskatoon, SK, CAN Saskatoon Sons of England D 1:1 D Fort Rouge Rangers Mayfair Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal CPR W 2:1 L Brantford Cockshutt Blues Thornton Brantford, ON, CAN Brantford Cockshutt Blues W 3:0 L Montréal CPR LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Saskatoon Sons of England L 2:5 W Nanaimo FC Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Saskatoon Sons of England L 1:8 W Nanaimo FC Carruthers Fort William, ON, CAN Fort William Legion D 2:2 D Brantford Cockshutt Blues McKellar Fort William, ON, CAN Fort William Legion W 5:3 L Brantford Cockshutt Blues McKellar LOCATION HOME / DOMICILE SCORE OPPONENT / ADVERSAIRE STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Nanaimo FC W 9:0 L Fort William Legion Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Nanaimo FC W 5:1 L Fort William Legion Carruthers FINAL : Nanaimo wins series 14-1 / Nanaimo gagne la série 14-1.

In 1924 and 1927, the Dominion of Canada Football Association selected some of the best players from across the country to go on tour across Australia and New Zealand. Both tours were over the summer months, which meant selected players missed the Connaught Series. In 1924, Winnipeg lost Bob Harley, but that opened up a spot for the young Bill Matthews. In 1927, Nanaimo lost Stan Tait and Ernie Edmunds, replaced by Tommy Routledge and Alex Thompson.

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CONNAUGHT

1927 CHAMPIONS : NANAIMO FC WANDERERS

CHALLENGE TROPHY • CAPT. NEIL MacFARLANE

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After the final, the Dominion of Canada Football Association met Nanaimo at the McLaren hotel where they made the official presentation of the Championship trophy. John Easton, past president, handed the trophy to Neil MacFarland, the Nanaimo team captain.

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CANADIAN TOURS • AUSTRALIA 1924 • NEW ZEALAND 1927

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WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC STORY OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP Westminster Royals FC won their first Dominion of Canada Championship in 1928, the start of nine-year dynasty over which time they won four BC Cup provincial titles, five Connaught Series provincial playdowns, and four Dominion titles (1928, 1930, 1931, 1936). They were a destined team in 1928, beating up Edmonton Canadian Legion and Winnipeg Westbrook in the playdowns before beating Montréal Canadian National Railways in the final. Westminster scored at will, with Jock Coulter and captain Dave Turner scoring 22 of a record 32 goals. Coulter the centre forward was the hero of the Connaught Series, producing multi-goal games in four of his six matches. The Westminster team were outstanding with a record of six wins and one loss in seven matches.

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CHAMPIONSHIP WINNING GOAL • JOCK COULTER

Jock Coulter exploded for four goals and one assist in the final match of the 1928 Championship final, including the series winner in the first half. Up 2-1 after 45 minutes, Coulter scored three more times in the second half.

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TOP SCORER • JOCK COULTER

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DATE 1928-07-14 1928-07-16 1928-07-14 1928-07-16 1928-07-18 1928-07-14 1928-07-21 DATE 1928-07-23 1928-07-25 1928-07-23 1928-07-25 DATE 1928-07-28 1928-07-30 1928-08-01

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Westminster, BC, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 4:0 L Edmonton Canadian Legion Con Jones Westminster, BC, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 9:6 L Edmonton Canadian Legion Con Jones Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Westbrook L 0:1 W Saskatoon Thistle Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Westbrook W 3:2 L Saskatoon Thistle Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Westbrook W 2:0 L Saskatoon Thistle Carruthers Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal CNR L 0:1 W Toronto Ulster United FC Alexandra Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC L 0:2 W Montréal CNR LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Westbrook L 1:7 W Westminster Royals FC Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Westbrook L 0:2 W Westminster Royals FC Carruthers Fort William, ON, CAN Fort William Legion L 2:6 W Montréal CNR Fort William, ON, CAN Fort William Legion L 0:6 W Montréal CNR Fair Grounds LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 3:2 L Montréal CNR Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Westminster Royals FC L 1:2 W Montréal CNR Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 6:1 L Montréal CNR Carruthers FINAL : Westminster wins best of three series / Westminster gagne la série de trois matchs.

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1928 WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC : George Anderson, Stanley Ball, Harry Chapman, Jock Coulter, Austin Delany, Adam Kerr, Robert McDougall, Les Rimmer, Andy Roots, George Russell, Aubrey Sanford, Jimmy Smith, Dickie Stobbart, Alexander Strang, Tom Taylor, Tommy Trotter, Dave Turner. Manager / gérant Don Earl McLeod.

CONNAUGHT

1928 CHAMPIONS : WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC

CHALLENGE TROPHY • CAPTAIN DAVE TURNER LEGENDS

Upon returning home on 7 August, Westminster Royals FC were welcomed at a banquet at the Russell Hotel. Among the guests was Mayor A.W. Gray, who received the Challenge Trophy for safekeeping from Royals FC manager Earl McLeod.

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MONTRÉAL CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS STORY OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP Montréal Canadian National Railways won the 1929 Dominion of Canada Football Association, one spot better than their second-place finish in 1928. Montréal eliminated both Oshawa General Motors and Fort William Canadian Legion in the playdowns before beating Winnipeg United Weston FC in the Dominion final. Like he was in 1928, Bill Finlayson was the leader of Montréal’s 1929 attack. After being shut out against Oshawa, the Montréal hero scored three times against Fort William and four times against Winnipeg. In winning the 1929 Dominion title, the Nationals were the first team from Montréal in 10 years to capture the Championship. They were also the first team to reach the final in back-to-back years.

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CHAMPIONSHIP WINNING GOAL • BOB CAMPBELL

Montréal’s sturdy left half Bob Campbell scored the series-winning goal of the 1929 Dominion final. From a 5:0 win in the final match, Campbell collected the ball from a poor clearing and then promptly opened the scoring in the fifth minute.

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DATE 1929-07-20 1929-07-22 1929-07-18 1929-07-20 1929-07-20 1929-07-22 DATE 1929-07-24 1929-07-26 1929-07-27 1929-07-25 1929-07-27 DATE 1929-07-29 1929-07-31

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton CNR W 5:1 L Vancouver St. Saviours Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton CNR W 4:2 L Vancouver St. Saviours Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston L 0:1 W Regina Scottish Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 4:0 L Regina Scottish Carruthers Montréal, QC, CAN CNR Montréal W 3:2 L Oshawa General Motors Alexandra Oshawa, ON, CAN Oshawa General Motors D 1:1 D Montréal CNR LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston D 1:1 D Edmonton CNR Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston D 1:1 D Edmonton CNR Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 3:0 L Edmonton CNR Carruthers Fort William, ON, CAN Fort William Legion L 2:5 W Montréal CNR Fort William, ON, CAN Fort William Legion W 2:1 L Montréal CNR LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston L 0:4 W Montréal CNR Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston L 0:5 W Montréal CNR Carruthers FINAL : Montréal wins best of three series / Montréal gagne la série de trois matchs.

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1929 MONTRÉAL CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS : Harry Barnes, Bob Campbell, James Duguid, Bill Finlayson, Jack Green, Frank Henderson, Peter Keir, Dave Meldrum, Murphy, Jimmy Nelson, Poul Nielsen, James Turnbull, Joseph Williams.

CONNAUGHT

1929 CHAMPIONS : MONTRÉAL CANADIAN NATIONALS

CHALLENGE TROPHY • CAPTAIN PETER KIER LEGENDS

After winning the title, the Montréal club were honoured at the Fort Garry Hotel in Winnipeg. Mr. A.H. Eagan, a CNR Western Region superintendant, presented the trophy to Montréal team manager Harry Payne. On their return to Montréal, captain Peter Keir carried the trophy off the train.

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WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC STORY OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP Westminster Royals FC won the 1930 Dominion of Canada Football Championship, winning their second title in three years. The team featured nine returning players from the 1928 squad, this time eliminating Calgary Hillhurst FC and Winnipeg Hearts in the playdowns before beating Montréal Canadian National Railways in the Championship final. Westminster won five of seven matches, including a big 8:1 win over Calgary in the opening round. Up against the defending champions, they won the opening match 1:0, then lost the second match 0:5. It could have been either side’s day in the finale, but Westminster took the honours after Jock Coulter scored the lone goal on a penalty. Goalkeeper Aubrey Sanford, the hero of the Championship, posted his third clean sheet of the 1930 Connaught Series.

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CHAMPIONSHIP WINNING GOAL • JOCK COULTER

Westminster’s Jock Coulter scored the series-winning goal of the Championship, scoring the lone goal of the third and deciding match on a penalty. Coulter scored from the spot after Montréal’s Jock Duguid handled the ball in the area.

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DATE 1930-07-14 1930-07-16 1930-07-17 1930-07-19 1930-07-14 1930-07-16 DATE 1930-07-24 1930-07-26 1930-07-19 1930-07-26 DATE 1930-07-29 1930-07-31 1930-08-02

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Westminster, BC, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 2:1 L Calgary Hillhurst FC Athletic 1,700 Westminster, BC, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 8:1 L Calgary Hillhurst FC 1,500 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Hearts W 2:0 L Saskatoon Sons of England Carruthers 3,000 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Hearts W 4:2 L Saskatoon Sons of England Carruthers Hamilton, ON, CAN Hamilton Thistle W 2:0 L Fort William Legion Toronto, ON, CAN Fort William Legion D 1:1 D Hamilton Thistle Ulster 2,500 LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Hearts W 1:0 L Westminster Royals FC Carruthers 4,000 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Hearts L 0:3 W Westminster Royals FC Carruthers Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal CNR D 1:1 D Hamilton Thistle Alexandra Hamilton, ON, CAN Hamilton Thistle L 2:3 W Montréal CNR 2,000 LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT Winnipeg, MB, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 1:0 L Montréal CNR Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Westminster Royals FC L 0:5 W Montréal CNR Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 1:0 L Montréal CNR Carruthers FINAL : Westminster wins best of three series / Westminster gagne la série de trois matchs.

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1930 WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC : George Anderson, Jock Coulter, Jack d’Easum, Austin Delany, Robert McDougall, Bob Peroni, Les Rimmer, Aubrey Sanford, Harold Stoddart, Tassin, Tom Taylor, Tommy Trotter, Dave Turner, Wall, James Waugh, Jack Wood. Manager / gérant Don Earl McLeod.

CONNAUGHT

1930 CHAMPIONS : WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC

CHALLENGE TROPHY • CAPTAIN DAVE TURNER LEGENDS

Westminster Royals FC captain Dave Turner once again accepted the Challenge Trophy on behalf of his Westminster teammates. It marked the second time in three seasons that Royals FC lifted the Dominion title.

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1931

WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC STORY OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP Westminster Royals FC won the 1931 Dominion of Canada Football Championship to become just the second team to win back-to-back titles. They also became the first team to win the Championship on three occasions. They eliminated Edmonton Canadian National Railways and Winnipeg Irish in the playdowns before beating Toronto Scottish FC in the final. Despite losing five players through suspension, the Westminster team made sufficient replacements to become the first three-time winners of the Championship. Newcomers like Bill Findler and Ernie Hammond supported the existing cast that included Aubrey Sanford, Dickie Stobbart, and Dave Turner. The captain Turner was the hero of the Championship while 39year old Stobbart won his fourth and last title.

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CHAMPIONSHIP WINNING GOAL • DAVE TURNER

Westminster’s Dave Turner scored the series-winning goal of the Championship, scoring the opening goal of a 3:0 win midway through the first half. Turner scored the winner moments after a Dickie Stobbart shot was saved by the goalkeeper.

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DATE 1931-07-22 1931-07-23 1931-07-16 1931-07-18 1931-07-20 1931-07-22 1931-07-25 DATE 1931-07-25 1931-07-27 1931-07-27 1931-07-28 DATE 1931-07-30 1931-08-03

LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton CNR L 0:1 W Westminster Royals FC Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton CNR L 1:2 W Westminster Royals FC Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Irish W 2:0 L Saskatoon Thistle Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Irish W 3:1 L Saskatoon Thistle Carruthers Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 2:1 L Montréal Carsteel FC Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC L 1:2 W Montréal Carsteel FC Ulster Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 2:1 L Montréal Carsteel FC Ulster LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Irish L 2:5 W Westminster Royals FC Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Irish W 2:1 L Westminster Royals FC Carruthers Fort William, ON, CAN Fort William Legion L 2:3 W Toronto Scottish FC Fort William, ON, CAN Fort William Legion L 1:2 W Toronto Scottish FC LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 2:0 L Toronto Scottish FC Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 3:0 L Toronto Scottish FC Carruthers FINAL : Westminster wins best of three series / Westminster gagne la série de trois matchs.

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1931 WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC : G. Babcock, Jack d’Easum, Bill Findler, Ernie Hammond, Bill Hogg, Adam Kerr, Cud Makepeace, Aubrey Sanford, Alex Sneddon, Dickie Stobbart, Harold Stoddart, Tommy Trotter, Dave Turner. Manager / gérant Don Earl McLeod.

CONNAUGHT

1931 CHAMPIONS : WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC

CHALLENGE TROPHY • CAPTAIN DAVE TURNER LEGENDS

After the series, captain Dave Turner accepted the “handsome championship trophy” from Sam Davidson, secretary of the Dominion of Canada Football Association. Turner then “thanked the Winnipeg fans for their support” in the final.

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1932

TORONTO SCOTTISH FC STORY OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP With the Dominion final back in Toronto, Ulster Stadium was the venue for Toronto Scottish FC to claim their second Dominion of Canada Football Championship in the summer of 1932. After eliminating Fort William Canadian Legion and Montréal Blue Bonnets in successive playdowns, Toronto Scottish FC won the Dominion final over North Shore United FC. After losing the 1931 title to back-to-back winners Westminster Royals FC, Scottish FC returned a more polished team in the 1932 series. They posted five wins and one draw in six matches, including a trio of clean sheets by goalkeeper Hugh Wallace. Centre forward Andy Stevens was the heart and hero of the Toronto attack, scoring three of five goals in the Dominion final against North Shore. Johnny Rogers and Jimmy Winning were the two other scorers in the final. Captain Billy Somers was “a tower of strength” in his position at centre half, shutting down the North Shore attack.

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CHAMPIONSHIP WINNING GOAL • JIMMY WINNING

Jimmy Winning scored the series-winning goal of the Championship as Toronto swept the best-of-three 1932 final. Winning capitalised on a loose ball moments after North Shore goalkeeper George Lindsay stopped standout Andy Stevens.

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TOP SCORER • ANDY STEVENS

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1932 TORONTO SCOTTISH FC : Johnny Cairns, Billy Conner, Norman Donald, George Erasmusson, Hector MacDonald, Jimmy McIntyre, Bill McManus, Jimmy Noke, Johnny Rogers, Billy Somers, Andy Stevens, Hugh Wallace, Davie Weir, Jimmy Winning. LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Vancouver, BC, CAN North Shore United FC D 1:1 D Edmonton Canadian Legion Vancouver, BC, CAN North Shore United FC W 3:1 L Edmonton Canadian Legion Winnipeg, MB, CAN Manitoba Telephones W 2:0 L Regina CNR Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Manitoba Telephones D 1:1 D Regina CNR Carruthers Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 3:0 L Fort William Legion Oakwood Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 3:0 L Fort William Legion LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Manitoba Telephones D 1:1 D North Shore United FC Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Manitoba Telephones L 0:2 W North Shore United FC Carruthers Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 5:1 L Montréal Blue Bonnets Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC L 2:3 W Montréal Blue Bonnets Ulster LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 3:0 L North Shore United FC Ulster Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 2:1 L North Shore United FC Ulster FINAL : Toronto wins best of three series / Toronto gagne la série de trois matchs.

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CHALLENGE TROPHY • CAPTAIN BILLY SOMERS

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After the final match, Tom Holland, president of the Dominion of Canada Football Association, presented the Challenge Trophy to Toronto captain Billy Somers. As noted in the Toronto Telegram, Toronto “Controller James Simpson, on behalf of the Mayor, complimented both teams.”

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DATE 1932-07-16 1932-07-18 1932-07-16 1932-07-18 1932-07-16 1932-07-18 DATE 1932-07-23 1932-07-25 1932-07-21 1932-07-23 DATE 1932-07-28 1932-07-30

CONNAUGHT

1932 CHAMPIONS : TORONTO SCOTTISH FC

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1933

TORONTO SCOTTISH FC STORY OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP Toronto Scottish FC became the third team to win back-to-back Dominion of Canada Football Championship titles when they won it all at Carruthers Park in Winnipeg. They also became the second team to win their third Championship, eliminating both McIntyre Mines and Montréal CNR before they defeated Prince Albert City Reds in the 1933 Dominion final. Despite winning only three of nine matches, Toronto were the last team from the pre-War era to go undefeated throughout the Connaught Series. By the time they reached the final, however, they were reduced to just 11 players with no alternates as Billy Somers was injured and Andy Stevens stayed home after the death of his mother. Playing a conservative game, Toronto was almost content to draw Prince Albert in the first two matches. They then let loose in a 3:0 win to capture the Championship. Threetime winner Hector MacDonald was the hero of the series, scoring three of Toronto’s five goals.

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CHAMPIONSHIP WINNING GOAL • HECTOR MacDONALD

Toronto’s old reliable Hector MacDonald scored the series-winning goal of the 1933 Championship final. After back-to-back draws, Toronto won the third game 3:0, with MacDonald breaking the ice in the 15th minute.

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TOP SCORER • BILL McMANUS

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LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Irish FC D 0:0 D Fort William Legion Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Irish FC W 4:1 L Fort William Legion Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Irish FC W 4:0 L Fort William Legion Carruthers Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary CPR L 0:2 W Vancouver Cowan-Dodson Mewata Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary CPR W 4:1 L Vancouver Cowan-Dodson Mewata Calgary, AB, CAN Calgary CPR W 3:1 L Vancouver Cowan-Dodson Mewata Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Irish FC W 2:1 L Prince Albert City Reds Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Irish FC L 0:1 W Prince Albert City Reds Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Irish FC L 1:4 W Prince Albert City Reds Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal CNR W 6:0 L Halifax Royal Navy Brown’s Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal CNR W 10:0 L Halifax Royal Navy Alexandra Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC D 0:0 D McIntyre Mines Ulster Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC D 3:3 D McIntyre Mines Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 5:2 L McIntyre Mines Ulster LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Prince Albert City Reds L 3:4 W Calgary CPR Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Prince Albert City Reds W 2:1 L Calgary CPR Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Prince Albert City Reds W 1:0 L Calgary CPR Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC D 2:2 D Montréal CNR Oakwood Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC D 1:1 D Montréal CNR Ulster Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 4:1 L Montréal CNR Oakwood LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Toronto Scottish FC D 2:2 D Prince Albert City Reds Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Toronto Scottish FC D 0:0 D Prince Albert City Reds Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 3:0 L Prince Albert City Reds Carruthers FINAL : Toronto wins best of three series / Toronto gagne la série de trois matchs.

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CHALLENGE TROPHY • CAPTAIN DAVIE WEIR

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After winning the title, John Easton of Winnipeg, former president of the Dominion of Canada Football Association, presented the sterling Challenge Trophy to Toronto Scottish FC captain Davie Weir.

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DATE 1933-07-13 1933-07-15 1933-07-17 1933-07-20 1933-07-22 1933-07-24 1933-07-20 1933-07-22 1933-07-24 1933-07-20 1933-07-22 1933-07-20 1933-07-22 1933-07-24 DATE 1933-07-27 1933-07-29 1933-07-31 1933-07-27 1933-07-29 1933-07-31 DATE 1933-08-03 1933-08-05 1933-08-07

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1933 TORONTO SCOTTISH FC : Norman Donald, Johnny Graham, Billy Grassam, Angus MacDonald, Hector MacDonald, Robert Manson, Bill McManus, Jimmy Noke, Jack Paterson, Harry Phillips, Billy Somers, Andy Stevens, Hugh Wallace, Davie Weir.

CONNAUGHT

1933 CHAMPIONS : TORONTO SCOTTISH FC

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1934

VERDUN PARK FC STORY OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP Verdun Park FC were an emerging team in the east before they put it all together to win the 1934 Dominion of Canada Championship. Led by the goalscoring exploits of Larry Fitzpatrick and the ‘entertaining antics’ of Roland Castonguay, the Verdun-based club eliminated Sudbury Frood Mines and beat Prince Albert City Reds to capture the Dominion title. Fitzpatrick and Castonguay were involved in seven of Verdun’s nine goals in the Dominion final. Castonguay was the hero of the series. After splitting the first two matches, Verdun Park FC captured the laurels with a 4:1 win in the third and final match. Fitzpatrick was one of four brothers that featured in the 1934 playdowns, with Larry and Charlie the two regulars. As for Verdun Park FC, this would be their only title as the franchise folded before the following year.

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CHAMPIONSHIP WINNING GOAL • ROLAND CASTONGUAY

Verdun Park’s 21-year old outside left Roland “Dempsey” Castonguay scored the series-winning goal in the 1934 Championship final. He scored on a header from a Billy Holmshaw free kick midway through the first half of a 4:1 win.

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TOP SCORER • LARRY FITZPATRICK

Montréal’s 28-year old Larry Fitzpatrick scored eight goals in eight matches during the 1934 Championship, including three in the final. Winnipeg’s Eddie Hodgert ranked second with seven goals scored. 64


LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Westminster, BC, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 5:1 L Edmonton Radials Westminster, BC, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 2:1 L Edmonton Radials Prince Albert, SK, CAN Prince Albert City Reds L 1:2 W Westminster Royals FC Mayfair Saskatoon, SK, CAN Prince Albert City Reds W 2:0 L Westminster Royals FC Prince Albert, SK, CAN Prince Albert City Reds W 1:0 L Westminster Royals FC Mayfair Fort William, ON, CAN Winnipeg United Weston L 0:2 W Fort William Westfort Carruthers Fort William, ON, CAN Winnipeg United Weston D 1:1 D Fort William Westfort Carruthers Fort William, ON, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 3:0 L Fort William Westfort Carruthers Fort William, ON, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 6:2 L Fort William Westfort Carruthers Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC L 2:3 W Sudbury Frood Mines Oakwood Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC D 1:1 D Sudbury Frood Mines Oakwood Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 2:1 L Sudbury Frood Mines Oakwood Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC L 2:3 W Sudbury Frood Mines Ulster LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 2:1 L Prince Albert City Reds Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston D 0:0 D Prince Albert City Reds Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston L 2:3 W Prince Albert City Reds Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston L 1:4 W Prince Albert City Reds Carruthers Toronto, ON, CAN Sudbury Frood Mines D 2:2 D Verdun Park FC Toronto, ON, CAN Sudbury Frood Mines D 1:1 D Verdun Park FC Ulster Toronto, ON, CAN Sudbury Frood Mines D 2:2 D Verdun Park FC Oakwood Toronto, ON, CAN Sudbury Frood Mines D 0:0 D Verdun Park FC Oakwood Toronto, ON, CAN Sudbury Frood Mines L 1:3 W Verdun Park FC Ulster LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Prince Albert City Reds L 0:4 W Verdun Park FC Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Prince Albert City Reds W 2:0 L Verdun Park FC Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Prince Albert City Reds L 1:4 W Verdun Park FC Carruthers FINAL : Verdun Park wins best of three series / Verdun Park gagne la série de trois matchs.

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1,400

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CHAMPIONSHIP

DATE 1934-07-14 1934-07-16 1934-07-28 1934-07-30 1934-08-01 1934-07-13 1934-07-14 1934-07-16 1934-07-18 1934-07-14 1934-07-16 1934-07-17 1934-07-19 DATE 1934-08-02 1934-08-04 1934-08-06 1934-08-08 1934-07-21 1934-07-23 1934-07-25 1934-07-28 1934-07-30 DATE 1934-08-11 1934-08-14 1934-08-16

LEGENDS

1934 VERDUN PARK FC : William Bennett, Roland Castonguay, James Duguid, Allan Fitzpatrick, Charlie Fitzpatrick, Davy Fitzpatrick, Larry Fitzpatrick, Heaney, Billy Holmshaw, John Lone, J.C. McKenzie, Everett MacLean, John Menary, Humphrey Payne, A. Quinn. Manager / gérant Peter Fitzpatrick.

CONNAUGHT

1934 CHAMPIONS : VERDUN PARK FC

CHALLENGE TROPHY • CAPTAIN HUMPHREY PAYNE FOOTBALLERS

For the second year in a row, John Easton of Winnipeg, past president of the Dominion of Canada Football Association, made the official presentation of the Challenge Trophy to the winning team.

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1935

MONTRÉAL ALDRED BUILDING STORY OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP Montréal Aldred won the 1935 Dominion of Canada Football Championship, although it took them more matches than any previous winner. With an additional round to their schedule, Montréal had to beat Halifax, Sudbury and Fort William in the playdowns before beating Nanaimo FC in the Dominion final. In doing so, they scored 30 goals in 11 matches. Montréal was somewhat of a stacked team, with past winners from two former champions (Montréal CNR and Verdun Park) featured in their lineup. Up front, Montréal got steady goalscoring from Paddy Fallon, Larry Fitzpatrick, and Davey McLean. In net, star goalkeeper Jimmy Nelson posted a clean sheet in each round of the Connaught Series. With Larry Fitzpatrick twice injured in the Dominion final, brother Charlie stepped up as the team’s scoring hero.

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CHAMPIONSHIP WINNING GOAL • BOB CAMPBELL

In the Dominion finale, Montréal captain Bob Campbell scored the series-winning goal less than 10 minutes from the final whistle. Albert Bejshak hit the crossbar and Larry Fitzpatrick kept the ball in play before Campbell scored the winner.

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TOP SCORER • PADDY FALLON

Paddy Fallon scored eight goals and one assist in 10 matches during the 1935 Championship, including one in the final series. Teammate Larry Fitzpatrick scored eight goals in 11 matches. 66


LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Lethbridge, AB, CAN Lethbridge Suprinas W 3:0 L Saskatoon Thistle Lethbridge, AB, CAN Lethbridge Suprinas W 6:0 L Saskatoon Thistle Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC L 0:4 W Sudbury Falconbridge Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC W 4:1 L Sudbury Falconbridge Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Scottish FC L 1:2 W Sudbury Falconbridge Soliders’ Field Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Aldred W 6:0 L Halifax St. George’s Aces Glen Yards Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Aldred W 7:1 L Halifax St. George’s Aces Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston L 0:2 W Fort William Westfort Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston D 3:3 D Fort William Westfort Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston L 0:1 W Fort William Westfort Carruthers Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Aldred L 0:1 W Sudbury Falconbridge Brown Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Aldred W 1:0 L Sudbury Falconbridge Glen Yards Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Aldred W 4:1 L Sudbury Falconbridge Glen Yards LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Lethbridge, AB, CAN Lethbridge Suprinas L 1:3 W Nanaimo City FC Lethbridge, AB, CAN Lethbridge Suprinas L 1:2 W Nanaimo City FC Fort William, ON, CAN Fort William Westfort L 0:2 W Montréal Aldred Fort William, ON, CAN Fort William Westfort L 1:2 W Montréal Aldred LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Winnipeg, MB, CAN Montréal Aldred W 3:2 L Nanaimo City FC Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Montréal Aldred L 3:7 W Nanaimo City FC Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Montréal Aldred D 1:1 D Nanaimo City FC Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Montréal Aldred W 1:0 L Nanaimo City FC Carruthers FINAL : Montréal wins best of three series / Montréal gagne la série de trois matchs.

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1,700

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CHAMPIONSHIP

DATE 1935-07-29 1935-07-30 1935-08-01 1935-08-03 1935-08-05 1935-08-02 1935-08-03 1935-07-29 1935-07-30 1935-08-01 1935-08-07 1935-08-09 1935-08-10 DATE 1935-08-13 1935-08-15 1935-08-13 1935-08-15 DATE 1935-08-19 1935-08-21 1935-08-23 1935-08-24

LEGENDS

1935 MONTRÉAL ALDRED : Joe Bardell, Albert Bejshak, Bob Campbell, Paddy Fallon, Allan Fitzpatrick, Charlie Fitzpatrick, Larry Fitzpatrick, Peter Keir, Ronnie Low, Bert Lumsden, T. McIntosh, Davey McLean, Jimmy Nelson, George White. Blessé / injured : Roland Castonguay. Gérant / player-manager : Peter Keir.

CONNAUGHT

1935 CHAMPIONS : MONTRÉAL ALDRED

CHALLENGE TROPHY • CAPTAIN BOB CAMPBELL

CLUBS

After the final whistle, City of Winnipeg Mayor John Queen presented the Challenge Trophy to Montréal captain Bob Campbell. Upon returning home, the team “made a triumphant march down the platform at Windsor street station and around the concourse to the martial strains of a pipe band before dispersing. Seldom has a local team been given a better reception.” 67


1936

WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC STORY OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP The famous Westminster Royals FC became the first team to win the Dominion of Canada Football Championship on four occasions, ending a four-year drought in between titles. After beating up the Calgary Callies in a Far West opening series, the Royals waited two weeks before hosting and beating Winnipeg United Weston FC in the 1936 Championship final. Geographically, the 1936 Dominion final was actually played ‘next door’ at Con Jones Park in the City of Vancouver, but it was close enough that the Royals were Dominion champions at ‘home.’ After Westminster and Winnipeg split the first two matches, the Royals won the deciding match three goals clear. With 24 goals scored and only four conceded, they posted the secondbest goals average in the Championship history. Half of those goals came in a 12:0 victory over Calgary Callies in the opening round, a record score. Captain Dave Turner was the hero of the Connaught Series, scoring three goals and three assists in Dominion final against Winnipeg. Along with several repeat winners, the 1936 squad also featured firsttime winners Tommy McKibbin, Johnny McKay, and Trevor Harvey, all of whom would win more titles with other teams in the years to come.

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CHAMPIONSHIP WINNING GOAL • DAVE TURNER

Westminster’s “tenacious” Dave Turner scored the series-winning goal of the 1936 Championship final. On a low shot following a rebound, Turner scored the opening goal of a 3:0 win over Winnipeg in the third and deciding match.

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TOP SCORER • JOCK COULTER

Westminster’s 34-year old centre forward Jock Coulter scored 13 goals in five matches, including seven goals in a single match against Calgary. Winnipeg’s Cy Johnson ranked second with seven goals. 68


LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Sudbury, ON, CAN Sudbury Falconbridge W 2:1 L Hamilton Stelcos Sudbury, ON, CAN Sudbury Falconbridge D 1:1 D Hamilton Stelcos Athletic Sudbury, ON, CAN Sudbury Falconbridge W 4:0 L Hamilton Stelcos Athletic Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 2:1 L Fort William Legion Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 7:0 L Fort William Legion Sudbury, ON, CAN Sudbury Falconbridge W 2:0 L Montréal Hamilton United Sudbury, ON, CAN Sudbury Falconbridge L 0:1 W Montréal Hamilton United Sudbury, ON, CAN Sudbury Falconbridge W 1:0 L Montréal Hamilton United LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Westminster, BC, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 2:1 L Calgary Callies Con Jones Westminster, BC, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 12:0 L Calgary Callies Con Jones Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston D 0:0 D Sudbury Falconbridge Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston D 1:1 D Sudbury Falconbridge Carruthers Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 3:1 L Sudbury Falconbridge Carruthers LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA Vancouver, BC, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 6:1 L Winnipeg United Weston Con Jones Vancouver, BC, CAN Westminster Royals FC L 1:2 W Winnipeg United Weston Con Jones Vancouver, BC, CAN Westminster Royals FC W 3:0 L Winnipeg United Weston Con Jones FINAL : Westminster wins best of three series / Westminster gagne la série de trois matchs.

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CHALLENGE TROPHY • CAPTAIN DAVE TURNER

CHAMPIONSHIP

DATE 1936-07-16 1936-07-18 1936-07-20 1936-07-23 1936-07-25 1936-07-24 1936-07-25 1936-07-27 DATE 1936-07-23 1936-07-25 1936-07-29 1936-07-31 1936-08-01 DATE 1936-08-08 1936-08-10 1936-08-12

LEGENDS

1936 WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC : George Anderson, Jock Coulter, Bill Findler, Jimmy Gemmell, W. Gray, Trevor Harvey, Johnny McKay, Tommy McKibbin, John McPherson, Stan Stronge, Dave Turner, Ray Watchorn, Walt Wheeler.

CONNAUGHT

1936 CHAMPIONS : WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC

CLUBS

Jack Russell, a member of the British Columbia Commission, presented the Championship trophy to Westminster captain Dave Turner. It was the fourth time that Turner accepted the sterling trophy on behalf of his teammates. After winning their first three Dominion titles in Winnipeg in 1928, 1930 and 1931, Westminster got to lift the 1936 trophy much closer to home in nearby Vancouver. Beyond this first dynasty of four championships in nine years, Westminster won another four titles in eight years during their second dynasty from 1953 to 1960. 69


1937

VANCOUVER JOHNSTON NATIONAL STORAGE STORY OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP Vancouver Johnston National Storage won the 1937 Dominion of Canada Football Championship, winning six of eight matches across three rounds. The Vancouver club eliminated Edmonton Civics and Winnipeg United Weston FC before beating famed Toronto Ulster United FC in the Championship final. Toronto were recent repeat champions from the National League, but they had gone 12 years since their last Dominion title in 1925. Vancouver remained unfazed. After losing the first match, Vancouver struck back to win the second match. Then down 2-1 in the third match, they came from behind to win the finale and clinch the title. Nearly all of Vancouver’s lineup was new to the playdowns, with only Hugh Greer (1934 quarters) and Trevor Harvey (1936 winner) boasting experience. After this one and only win, the JNS club disbanded after the Championship.

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CHAMPIONSHIP WINNING GOAL • JAMES “SWEDE” LARSEN

Vancouver’s James “Swede” Larsen scored both the equaliser and the winner in the final match of the 1937 Championship. He equalised in the first half and then scored the winner in the second half of the 3:2 win over Toronto.

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TOP SCORER • GEORGE GRAHAM of TORONTO Toronto Ulster United’s 35-year old centre forward George Graham scored six goals and five assists in eight matches during the 1937 Championship. Vancouver’s James Larsen also scored six goals.

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1937 VANCOUVER JOHNSTON NATIONAL STORAGE : Hugh Greer, Trevor Harvey, Horace Heath, Les Hunter, Jackie Johnson, Johnny Johnston, James Keith, James Larsen, Jim Lawrie, Reg Liptrot, Edward Marsden, Leland Morley, Angelo Perri, James Waring, Jimmy Waters. Manager / gérant Doug Brown. ATT

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DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA 1937-07-19 Calgary, AB, CAN Edmonton Civics L 0:2 W Vancouver Johnston Storage Mewata 1937-07-20 Calgary, AB, CAN Edmonton Civics L 2:3 W Vancouver Johnston Storage Mewata 1937-07-17 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC W 5:1 L Montréal CPR Glen Yards 1937-07-19 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC W 2:1 L Montréal CPR Glen Yards DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA 1937-07-22 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 3:2 L Vancouver Johnston Storage Carruthers 1937-07-24 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston L 0:2 W Vancouver Johnston Storage Carruthers 1937-07-26 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston L 0:2 W Vancouver Johnston Storage Carruthers 1937-07-22 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC D 1:1 D Sudbury Frood Mines Consols 1937-07-24 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC W 1:0 L Sudbury Frood Mines Oakwood 1937-07-26 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC D 1:1 D Sudbury Frood Mines DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA 1937-07-29 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Vancouver Johnston Storage L 1:3 W Toronto Ulster United FC Carruthers Carruthers 1937-07-31 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Vancouver Johnston Storage W 3:1 L Toronto Ulster United FC Carruthers 1937-08-02 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Vancouver Johnston Storage W 3:2 L Toronto Ulster United FC FINAL : Vancouver wins best of three series / Vancouver gagne la série de trois matchs.

CONNAUGHT

1937 CHAMPIONS : VANCOUVER JOHNSTON NATIONALS

CHALLENGE TROPHY • CAPTAIN JIM LAWRIE LEGENDS

John Easton of Winnipeg, past president of the Dominion of Canada Football Association, made the presentation of the Challenge Trophy to Jim Lawrie, captain of the winning team.

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1938

VANCOUVER NORTH SHORE UNITED FC STORY OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP North Shore United FC won the 1938 Dominion of Canada Football Championship after 11 matches, with the best-of-three final lasting five matches before the champions were crowned. The team from North Vancouver eliminated Calgary Callies and Winnipeg United Weston FC before beating Timmins Dome Mines in the Dominion final. Jimmy Spencer and Mike McManus were the two consistent scorers throughout the playdowns, combining for 27 of North Shore’s record 43 goals. In the final, North Shore and Timmins drew before the Northern Ontario team took the series lead with a 3:1 win. North Shore came right back to win the third match, with centre half Trevor Harvey shutting down striker George Chambers. Spencer missed the fifth and final match through injury, but teammate Swede Larsen was back and scored two goals. Hero Harvey also scored from the penalty spot in the 6:2 win.

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CHAMPIONSHIP WINNING GOAL • MIKE McMANUS

North Shore’s “curly-haired” centre forward Mike McManus scored the series-winning goal of the 1938 Championship, giving his side a 3-0 lead in the fifth and final game. McManus added another goal late in what turned out to be a 6:2 victory.

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TOP SCORER • JIMMY SPENCER

North Shore’s 23-year old inside left Jimmy Spencer led the 1938 Championship with 14 goals in 10 matches. Teammate Mike McManus ranked second (13) while Winnipeg’s Doug McMahon ranked third (10). 72


DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT 1938-07-16 Vancouver, BC, CAN North Shore United FC W 9:2 L Calgary Callies 1938-07-18 Vancouver, BC, CAN North Shore United FC W 11:1 L Calgary Callies 1938-07-15 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 7:0 L Fort William Westfort Carruthers 1,184 1938-07-16 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 7:0 L Fort William Westfort Carruthers 696 1938-07-16 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC W 4:0 L Montréal Carsteel FC 1938-07-18 Toronto, ON, CAN Toronto Ulster United FC W 5:1 L Montréal Carsteel FC DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT 1938-08-02 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston W 3:2 L North Shore United FC Carruthers 4,000 1938-08-04 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston D 1:1 D North Shore United FC Carruthers 4,000 1938-08-06 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston L 1:5 W North Shore United FC Carruthers 5,000 1938-08-08 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg United Weston L 1:4 W North Shore United FC Carruthers 1938-07-23 Timmins, ON, CAN Timmins Dome Mines W 2:1 L Toronto Ulster United FC Dome 1938-07-25 Timmins, ON, CAN Timmins Dome Mines W 4:2 L Toronto Ulster United FC Dome DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT 1938-08-10 Winnipeg, MB, CAN North Shore United FC D 1:1 D Timmins Dome Mines Carruthers 2,000 1938-08-12 Winnipeg, MB, CAN North Shore United FC L 1:3 W Timmins Dome Mines Carruthers 1,800 1938-08-13 Winnipeg, MB, CAN North Shore United FC W 1:0 L Timmins Dome Mines Carruthers 1938-08-15 Winnipeg, MB, CAN North Shore United FC D 2:2 D Timmins Dome Mines Carruthers 3,200 1938-08-17 Winnipeg, MB, CAN North Shore United FC W 6:2 L Timmins Dome Mines Carruthers 4,000 FINAL : North Shore wins best of three series after five matches / North Shore gagne la série après cinq matchs.

LEGENDS

CHALLENGE TROPHY • CAPTAIN BOB HARRISON

CHAMPIONSHIP

1938 VANCOUVER NORTH SHORE UNITED FC : Alec Christie, Costain, Tommy Cumming, Bill Findler, Cecil Goodheart, Bob Harrison, Trevor Harvey, Ron Hewitt, Paul Kazoolin, James Larsen, Reg Liptrot, Mike McManus, John Rabbit, Basil Robinson, Sinclair, Jimmy Spencer, Bill Woolfe, Jack Young. Player-Manager / gérant Bill Thomson.

CONNAUGHT

1938 CHAMPIONS : NORTH SHORE UNITED FC

Sam Davidson, secretary to the Dominion of Canada Football Association, made the presentation of the Championship trophy to winning captain Bob Harrison. Wrote Vince Leah in the Winnipeg Tribune, it was made at “the centre of the grandstand as the crowd gave North Shore a rousing ovation.”

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1939

VANCOUVER RADIALS STORY OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP Vancouver Radials were the fourth successive British Columbia team to capture the Dominion of Canada Football Championship, winning the best-of-three series in four matches. They were also the fourth different British Columbia winners in as many years. Through the 1939 playdowns, Vancouver eliminated Edmonton Civics and Winnipeg Irish before beating Montréal Carsteel FC in the Championship final. Hap Smith may have been the hero with two goals and an assist in the final, but according to Radials manager Harold Till in the Vancouver Sun, “there was not a standout on the team. All the boys played grandly.” In the Dominion final, a draw and Montréal win put Vancouver on the ropes, but they responded with back-to-back wins to capture the title.

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CHAMPIONSHIP WINNING GOAL • REG LIPTROT Vancouver’s “diminutive” outside left Reg Liptrot scored the series-winning goal in the 1939 Championship final. Down 0-1 at half time, Hap Smith equalised in the 50th minute and then assisted on the Liptrot winner in the 55th minute.

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TOP SCORER • PAUL-ÉMILE CASTONGUAY of MONTRÉAL Montréal’s 21-year old centre forward Paul-Émile Castonguay led the Championship with nine goals in nine matches, including four goals in the final series. Vancouver’s Hap Smith finished second with six goals.

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DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT 1939-07-20 Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Civics L 2:5 W Vancouver Radials 1939-07-22 Edmonton, AB, CAN Edmonton Civics W 3:1 L Vancouver Radials 1939-07-20 Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Carsteel FC W 2:0 L Toronto Ulster United 1939-07-22 Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Carsteel FC D 1:1 D Toronto Ulster United Glen Yards DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT 1939-07-24 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Irish FC D 2:2 D Vancouver Radials Carruthers 2,500 1939-07-26 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Irish FC L 1:2 W Vancouver Radials Carruthers 2,000 1939-07-28 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Winnipeg Irish FC D 3:3 D Vancouver Radials Carruthers 2,500 1939-07-24 Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Carsteel FC W 1:0 L Sudbury Falconbridge 1939-07-26 Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Carsteel FC D 1:1 D Sudbury Falconbridge 1939-07-28 Montréal, QC, CAN Montréal Carsteel FC D 2:2 D Sudbury Falconbridge DATE LOCATION TEAM / ÉQUIPE A SCORE TEAM / ÉQUIPE B STADIA ATT 1939-07-31 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Vancouver Radials D 2:2 D Montréal Carsteel FC Carruthers 1,800 1939-08-02 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Vancouver Radials L 2:3 W Montréal Carsteel FC Carruthers 3,000 1939-08-04 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Vancouver Radials W 2:0 L Montréal Carsteel FC Carruthers 4,000 1939-08-05 Winnipeg, MB, CAN Vancouver Radials W 3:1 L Montréal Carsteel FC Carruthers 2,000 FINAL : Vancouver wins best of three series after four matches / North Shore gagne la série après quatre matchs.

CHAMPIONSHIP

1939 VANCOUVER RADIALS : Eric Camp, Don Cowan, Hugh Greer, Jackie Johnson, Johnny Johnston, Norm Kerfoot, Jim Lawrie, Reg Liptrot, Johnny McKay, Tommy McKibbin, George Smith, Hap Smith, Jimmy Waters, Bill Watson, George West.. Player-Manager / gérant Harold Till.

CONNAUGHT

1939 CHAMPIONS : VANCOUVER RADIALS

FOOTBALLERS CLUBS

John Easton, past president of the Dominion of Canada Football Association, presented the Championship to Vancouver captain Tommy McKibbin. Back home, the Vancouver players were celebrated from the moment they got off the train. Despite the late hour, British Columbia Electric, the company that backed the Radials, were there in full force to sing their praise with “bagpipes, a trumpet band, and confetti.” Joining the welcome party was Vancouver Mayor James Lyle Telford.

LEGENDS

CHALLENGE TROPHY • CAPTAIN TOMMY McKIBBIN

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GEORGE ANDERSON

CANADA SOCCER HALL OF FAME 3x DOMINION OF CANADA CHAMPIONSHIP WINNER (1928, 1930, 1936) 6x BC Cup (from 1923 to 1936)

George McQueen Anderson Nicknames “Sandy” or “Geordie” B: 1900-12-02 in Linlithgowshire, SCO Moved to Canada in 1921 D: 1975-05-25 in Vancouver, BC, CAN CLUBS: Ladysmith FC, Cumberland FC, Westminster Royals FC INTERNATIONAL: Canada tour in 1924

FOOTBALL HERO

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George Anderson was a three-time Dominion of Canada Championship winner with Westminster Royals FC, winning titles in 1928, 1930, and 1936. He also won six British Columbia provincial titles: two with Ladysmith FC in 1923 and 1924 and then four more with Westminster in 1929, 1930, 1931, and 1936. Wrote teammate Dave Turner in 1950, Anderson at right back “had brains enough for two” and was part of Turner’s all-time team. Anderson was also part of Canada’s team in 1924, taking part in a three-month summer tour to Australia. As noted in a 1924 program, he was “clean and sharp kicking; he is pretty to watch in action and is always dangerous.” After winning provincial titles with Ladysmith FC, he joined Cumberland FC and reached the Dominion final in 1926. He then joined the famous Westminster team and won his three titles in nine years. In 1934, the Saskatoon Star-Phoenix noted that “he was rated as one of the finest fullbacks in the game today.”

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CANADA SOCCER HALL OF FAME DOMINION OF CANADA CHAMPIONSHIP WINNER (1921)

CLUBS: Toronto Canada Foundry, Toronto Thistle FC, Toronto Baracas, Toronto Scottish FC INTERNATIONAL: Canada-USA in 1925

FOOTBALL HERO

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Geordie Campbell was a Dominion of Canada Championship winner with Toronto Scottish FC. He was the hero of that 1921 Connaught Series just days before his 37th birthday, a steady rock on Toronto’s first Championship winning team. Wrote Jack Sullivan in 1950, “many soccer fans look on Campbell as one of the greatest fullbacks ever to play in this country.” That year, he was one of 16 footballers shortlisted in a Best in 50 Years poll by The Canadian Press. From 1906 to 1922, Campbell won seven Ontario Cup titles, including four straight with Toronto Thistle FC from 1906 to 1909. He won The People’s Shield in 1906, a national competition in the years before the Dominion of Canada Football Association. With Scottish FC, he won Ontario Cup titles in 1918, 1921, and 1922. He was also a regular selection in the inter-city all-star match against Montréal. In 1925, he served as Canada’s captain in a 1:0 home win against USA.

FOOTBALLERS

George Campbell Nickname “Geordie” B: 1888-08-13 in Glasgow, SCO Moved to Toronto in 1903 D: 1952-02-21 in Toronto, ON, CAN

LEGENDS

CHAMPIONSHIP

The People’s Shield (1906) 7x Ontario Cup (from 1906 to 1922)

CONNAUGHT

GEORDIE CAMPBELL

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MARCEL CASTONGUAY

CANADA SOCCER HALL OF FAME DOMINION OF CANADA CHAMPIONSHIP WINNER (1948) 2x Coupe du Québec (1939, 1948)

Marcel Castonguay B: circa 1919 in Montréal, QC, CAN D: 1969-09-15 in Montréal, QC, CAN CLUBS: Montréal Royal Victoria Hospital, Montréal Carsteel FC

FOOTBALL HERO

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Marcel Castonguay was a Dominion of Canada Championship winner in 1948 with Montréal Carsteel FC. In the final at Broadview Field in Toronto, Marcel scored the series winning goal with just 10 minutes remaining as Carsteel FC came from behind to beat Vancouver St. Andrews FC. Marcel was the youngest of three star football brothers, all noted as “broad shouldered and heavy set.” Still only 20 years old in 1939, he saw action at outside left when his older brother Roland moved to the opposite wing. That same year, he was part of the Montréal all-star selection that faced the touring Scottish team. After losing the 1938 Coupe du Québec to his brothers, Marcel joined Carsteel FC and won provincial titles in 1939 (with all three in the lineup) and 1948 (alongside brother Paul-Émile). In the National League, both Marcel and Roland helped Carsteel FC win the Atholstan Cup in 1940.

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CANADA SOCCER HALL OF FAME DOMINION OF CANADA CHAMPIONSHIP WINNER (1948)

CONNAUGHT

PAUL CASTONGUAY

CHAMPIONSHIP

3x Coupe du Québec (1938, 1939, 1948)

Paul-Émile Castonguay B: 1917-11-04 in Montréal, QC, CAN D: 1975-01-18 in Montréal, QC, CAN

Paul-Émile Castonguay was a Dominion of Canada Championship winner in 1948 with Montréal Carsteel FC. A full nine years after three Castonguay brothers were runners up in the 1939 Dominion final, both Paul-Émile and Marcel helped their Montréal club win the Championship in 1948. Wrote historian Colin Jose, Paul-Émile was a “prolific goalscorer” as a a centre forward in the Montréal ranks. In the 1939 Championship, Castonguay was the top scorer with nine goals in nine matches. He scored all three Montréal goals in the opening round to eliminate Toronto Ulster United FC. He then scored another two goals against Sudbury and four in the Dominion final against Vancouver Radials. Paul-Émile also helped Carsteel FC win three Coupe du Québec provincial titles: in 1938 alongside brother Roland, in 1939 alongside brothers Roland and Marcel, and in 1948 alongside Marcel.

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LEGENDS

CLUBS: Rosemount Athletics, Montréal Wanderers, Montréal Carsteel FC, Maisonneuve Rovers, McIntyre Mines

PAUL CASTONGUAY ● CF CONNAUGHT SERIES MP G All Rounds (1939) 9 9 Dominion final (1939) 4 4 79

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ROLAND CASTONGUAY

CANADA SOCCER HALL OF FAME DOMINION OF CANADA CHAMPIONSHIP WINNER (1934) 4x Coupe du Québec (1936 to 1939) Joseph Marcel Alphonse Roland Castonguay Nicknames “Dempsey” and “Dynamite” B: 1913-01-15 in Montréal, QC, CAN D: 1989-04-28 in Montréal, QC, CAN CLUBS: Montréal CNR, Verdun Park FC, Montréal Aldred / Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Montréal Hamilton United, Montréal Carsteel FC, McIntyre Mines

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Roland Castonguay was a Dominion of Canada Championship winner with Verdun Park FC. He was the hero of that 1934 Championship, noted by Tommy Cavanagh as “without doubt the outstanding left flankman we have seen in action in Winnipeg.” Wrote Billy Fenton in 1934, Castonguay was “one of the sturdiest and most diminutive players kicking a ball; apart from his ability, his antics are entertaining and he is certainly a most powerful kicker.” In 1950, Castonguay was one of 16 footballers shortlisted in a Best in 50 Years poll by The Canadian Press. After Verdun Park FC folded, he joined Montréal Aldred who won the title in 1935, although he missed the playdowns through injury. After joining Carsteel FC and finishing a runner up in the 1939 Connaught Series, he won the National League’s Atholstan Cup in 1940.

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CANADA SOCCER HALL OF FAME DOMINION OF CANADA CHAMPIONSHIP WINNER (1925)

CONNAUGHT

JOE CLULOW

FOOTBALL HERO

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Joe Clulow was a Dominion of Canada Championship winner with Toronto Ulster United FC in 1925. Still only 25 years old, he was described in the Winnipeg Tribune, as “a football player all the time: he has some splendid touches and places the ball along the ground to the clever forwards.” Just a year later, Clulow was selected to Canada’s team for an international match against USA, although he did not feature. A regular selection to local allstar teams, The Globe wrote that Clulow was noted as “one of the most reliable backs in the game.” In his time, he was also described as a “versatile player” and a “husky centre half.” From 1927 to 1929, Clulow helped Ulster United FC win a pair of Ontario Cup titles and the National League’s Atholstan Cup. After stints in USA and northern Ontario, he then joined Toronto British Consols where he won two more Ontario Cup titles and another Atholstan Cup to cap his career in 1937.

LEGENDS

CLUBS: Toronto Ulster United FC, Fall River FC, New Bedford, Toronto Inglis, McIntyre Mines, Toronto British Consols INTERNATIONAL: Canada-USA in 1926

FOOTBALLERS

Joseph Benjamin Clulow B: 1900-02-04 in Belfast, NIR Moved to Toronto D: 1975-11-10 in Toronto, ON, CAN

CHAMPIONSHIP

4x Ontario Cup (1927, 1929, 1935, 1936)

JOE CLULOW ● CH / LH CONNAUGHT SERIES MP G All Rounds 10 0 Dominion final 3 0 81

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JOCK COULTER

CANADA SOCCER HALL OF FAME 3x DOMINION OF CANADA CHAMPIONSHIP WINNER (1928, 1930, 1936) 4x BC Cup (1929, 1930, 1931, 1936) John Smith Coulter Nicknames “Johnny”, “Jack”, “Jock” B: 1902-01-23 in Hamilton, SCO Moved to Canada in 1913 D: 1960-11-15 in White Rock, BC, CAN CLUBS: Victoria United Services, Westminster Royals FC, Vancouver Fraser Cafe

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Jock Coulter was a three-time Dominion of Canada Championship winner with Westminster Royals FC, scoring at better than a two-goals-per-game ratio over the course of his Connaught Series career. He was the hero of the 1928 Championship when he scored a record 15 goals in six matches, including four goals in the deciding match of the Dominion final. As remembered in 1960 by teammate Bill Findler, he “was the outstanding scorer on a team of outstanding scorers.” He was the top scorer of the Championship in 1928, 1930, and 1936. Across four playdowns (including a quarter-final finish in 1934), Coulter scored a record 41 goals in 19 matches. Alongside his record in the Dominion playdowns, he also won four BC Cup provincial titles with Westminster Royals FC. As noted in 1934 in the Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, he was “in a class by himself at centre forward; he knows where the goal is and drives them hard and true.”

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CANADA SOCCER HALL OF FAME 2x DOMINION OF CANADA CHAMPIONSHIP WINNER (1924, 1926)

CONNAUGHT

EDDIE DERBY

CHAMPIONSHIP

Manitoba Cup (1923) Edwin Stevenson Derby Nickname “Eddie” B: 1902-04-16 in Banbridge, NIR Moved to Winnipeg at age 17 D: 1970-07-28 in Winnipeg, MB, CAN

Eddie Derby was a two-time Dominion of Canada Championship winner with Winnipeg United Weston FC, backstopping his club to titles in 1924 and 1926. He was the hero of the 1926 Championship, noted for playing “one of the most brilliant games of his career.” Wrote Vince Leah in 1970, “in a community which produced numerous great soccer goalkeepers, Eddie Derby will be regarded by old-timers as the greatest of them all.” Derby had two grand moments in that 1926 season: the Dominion final and the English FA Tour in Canada. As the Winnipeg All-Stars goalkeeper, “Derby was so phenomenal in goal that the Englishmen were all for kidnapping him and taking him home with them.” In the Connaught Series from 1924 to 1926, Derby posted nine clean sheets as Winnipeg won seven of eight series with 11 wins, six draws, and just one loss.

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LEGENDS

CLUBS: Winnipeg United Weston FC, Winnipeg CPR, Fort Rouge Rangers, Winnipeg Scottish FC

EDDIE DERBY ● GK CONNAUGHT SERIES MP CS All Rounds 18 9 Dominion final 6 3 83

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FRED DIERDEN

CANADA SOCCER HALL OF FAME Ontario Cup (1926)

Frederick Dierden B: 1895-09-16 in Earlestown, ENG Moved to Canada at a young age D: 1960-07-01 in Toronto, ON, CAN CLUBS: Toronto Willys Overland, Toronto Ulster United FC, New Bedford INTERNATIONAL: Canada tour in 1924 and Canada-USA series in 1925

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Fred Dierden was one of Canada’s best half backs in the 1920s, representing All Canada on a 1924 tour of Australia and a year later in a pair of international matches against USA. He was the only player selected to play for Canada in both 1924 and 1925. As noted in a 1924 Australian program, Dierden was “the best right or centre half in Canada.” He was a regular all-star selection at right half in the inter-city Carls-Rite Cup competition from 1921 to 1925. He also represented Toronto all-stars against a touring side from England in 1926. In 1922, he helped Toronto Ulster United FC reach the Dominion Cup final at home, but the side hobbled by injuries couldn’t beat Calgary Hillhurst FC to lift the Connaught Cup. In 1926, Dierden helped Willys-Overland win the Ontario Cup and then reach the semi-finals of the Connaught Series playdowns.

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CANADA SOCCER HALL OF FAME

CHAMPIONSHIP

3x BC Cup (1926, 1932, 1934)

CONNAUGHT

ERNIE EDMUNDS

Ernie Edmunds Nickname “Fats” B: 1902-10-17 in Nanaimo, BC, CAN D: 1956-10-27 in Vancouver, BC, CAN

Ernie Edmunds won two Championship runners up medals with his hometown Nanaimo clubs, but he missed a chance to lift the title in 1927 when Canada came calling. A Dominion runner up 10 years apart in both 1925 and 1935, the Nanaimo left back was on a summer-long tour of Australia with the All Canada selections when Nanaimo FC won the 1927 Championship. Edmunds was selected to play for Canada with good reason. As noted in the Toronto Telegram, Edmunds was “said to be without an equal in (his) position.” That summer, he was Canada’s left back for all four international matches. At the club level, Edmunds won BC Cup provincial titles in 1926, 1932, and 1934, all with Nanaimo. Said captain Neil MacFarlane in 1927, Edmunds “was one of the best fullbacks that ever played with Nanaimo City.” As noted in 1955 after his passing, Edmunds “was considered one of the greatest fullbacks in Canadian football.”

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LEGENDS

CLUBS: Nanaimo FC, Vancouver St. Andrews, Nanaimo City FC INTERNATIONAL: Canada tour in 1927

ERNIE EDMUNDS ● LB CONNAUGHT SERIES MP G All Rounds 13 0 Dominion final 7 0 85

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BILL FINDLER

CANADA SOCCER HALL OF FAME 3x DOMINION OF CANADA CHAMPIONSHIP WINNER (1931, 1936, 1938) Alberta Cup (1930), BC Cup (1931, 1936)

William Henry Findler B: 1905-06-12 in Stoke-on-Trent, ENG Moved to Canada in 1927 D: 1982-12-30 in Burnaby, BC, CAN CLUBS: Old Athletic, Edmonton CNR, Westminster Royals FC, Vancouver St. Andrews FC, North Shore United FC

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Bill Findler was a three-time Dominion of Canada Championship winner with two British Columbia teams, winning a pair of titles with Westminster Royals FC (1931 and 1936) and then a third with North Shore United FC (1938). He was an all-star player in Edmonton, representing his city against the touring teams of the late 1920s. He also scored six goals in six games over a two-year run in the Connaught Series with Edmonton teams. As noted in a 1929 Edmonton Canadian National news bulletin, he was “a great leader when attacking, can distribute the ball splendidly, keeps the game open, and is a real menace to opposing goalkeepers.” With Westminster Royals FC looking to stock up for another title run in 1931, they signed what they called “another Jock Coulter” in Findler. Already an Alberta Cup winner in Edmonton, he added two more provincial titles in British Columbia as well as then three Dominion titles.

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CANADA SOCCER HALL OF FAME 2x DOMINION OF CANADA CHAMPIONSHIP WINNER (1934, 1935)

CONNAUGHT

LARRY FITZPATRICK

FOOTBALL HERO

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Larry Fitzpatrick was a two-time Dominion of Canada Championship winner, earning back-to-back honours with Verdun Park FC in 1934 and Montréal Aldred Building in 1935. He was the top scorer of the 1934 Championship when he scored eight goals in eight matches. As noted in 1946 in the Montréal Gazette after his passing, he “was regarded as one of Montréal’s finest soccer players in his heyday.” He was the best from a famous football family that produced four brothers on the champion Verdun Park FC team. He won an American Association Cup title with Providence FC and also two Coupe du Québec provincial titles in 1935 and 1936 with the Montréal Aldred / Notre-Dame-de-Grâce franchise. With 20 goals scored in 23 Connaught Series matches, he was the secondbest goalscorer in the competition’s history. He scored 16 of those goals in the two years that he won his back-to-back Dominion titles.

LEGENDS

CLUBS: Montréal Carsteel FC, Montréal CNR, Providence, New York, Pawtucket, Verdun Park FC, Maisonneuve, Montréal Blue Bonnets, Montréal Aldred / NotreDame-de-Grâce, Montréal Glen Yards, Montréal Royal Victoria Hospital

FOOTBALLERS

Peter Laurence Fitzpatrick B: 1905-10-24 in Montréal, QC, CAN D: 1946-05-17 in Montréal, QC, CAN

CHAMPIONSHIP

2x Coupe du Québec (1935, 1936)

LARRY FITZPATRICK ● CF CONNAUGHT SERIES MP G All Rounds 23 20 Dominion final 6 3 87

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GEORGE GRAHAM

CANADA SOCCER HALL OF FAME 2x Ontario Cup (1929, 1937)

George Graham Nickname “Irish” B: 1902-04-01 in Londonderry, NIR Moved to Edmonton in 1914 D: 1966-08-07 in Toronto, ON, CAN CLUBS: Edmonton South Side, Calgary CPR, Cumberland FC, Vancouver St. Andrews, New Bedford, Philadelphia, Trenton, Toronto Ulster United FC, Fall River FC, again Toronto Ulster United FC INTERNATIONAL: Canada-USA in 1926

FOOTBALL HERO

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George Graham was one of the star scoring centre forwards of his day, both in Canada and USA, but most notably over a standout career with Toronto Ulster United FC. He was the top scorer of the 1937 Championship as Toronto came within 45 minutes of winning the Dominion title. As noted in 1949 in a Vancouver newspaper, “those who remember Graham think he rates as the best centre forward ever to play here; certainly along with (Dave) Turner they were poison to opposing defences.” While he didn’t win the Dominion title, he did win the Ontario Cup twice and the National League’s Atholstan Cup five times (1926, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1941). As noted by Billy Fenton, Graham was “a perfect gentleman on and off the field.” A regular selection to local all-star teams, he also represented Canada in an away international friendly match against USA in 1926. As he so often did when he was in the lineup, he scored for Canada in that afternoon match at Brooklyn.

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CLUBS: Toronto Ulster United FC, Dunfermline Athletic, Toronto Clarkes, Toronto Scottish FC, Toronto CNR INTERNATIONAL: All Canada in 1921, Canada-USA friendly in 1925

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Art Halliwell was a perennial all-star in Toronto football circles. A popular figure in the city and larger-than-life character in goal, he helped Toronto Scottish FC reach the Dominion final in 1931. Wrote Bill Cole in 1932 in the Toronto Star, Halliwell was “a great favourite with the soccer followers of this city.” In 1950, he was one of 16 footballers shortlisted in a Best in 50 Years poll by The Canadian Press. Halliwell was still only 24 years old when he represented Canada against a touring Scottish XI in 1921. After the match, opposing striker Andy Wilson wrote, “to my mind, (he) is without a peer in Canada.” Four years later, Halliwell was again in goal for Canada, this time for a pair of international friendly matches against USA (including a clean sheet 1:0 win at home in June 1925). With Toronto Scottish FC, Halliwell won the Ontario Cup in 1928 and then the National League’s Atholstan Cup in 1930 and 1931.

CHAMPIONSHIP

Arthur Jennings Halliwell Nickname “Art” B: 1897-02-13 in Manchester, ENG Moved to Canada at age six D: 1964-05-18 in Toronto, ON, CAN

LEGENDS

Ontario Cup (1928)

FOOTBALLERS

CANADA SOCCER HALL OF FAME

CONNAUGHT

ART HALLIWELL

ART HALLIWELL ● GK CONNAUGHT SERIES MP CS All Rounds 7 0 Dominion final 2 0 89

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BOBBY HARLEY

CANADA SOCCER HALL OF FAME 2x Manitoba Cup (1921, 1923)

Robert Walkinshaw Harley Nickname “Bobby” B: 1888-09-08 in Johnstown, SCO Moved to Canada in 1911 D: 1958-06-26 in Winnipeg, MB, CAN CLUBS: Winnipeg United Weston FC INTERNATIONAL: Canada tour in 1924

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Bob Harley was captain of the All Canada team that toured Australia in the summer of 1924. From a three-month tour that included a 19-day boat trip each way, the Canadian team played 28 matches including six internationals matches. As noted in a 1924 program in Brisbane, Harley “was one of Canada’s best players and possesses a football head; Harley is seldom brilliant, but his plugging methods have helped his side to victory on more than one occasion.” As reported in one Australian newspaper, “feeding forwards was (Harley’s) forte. He was never guilty of kicking up the field like some halves do.” Ahead of his All Canada selection, Harley was a mainstay in the Winnipeg United Weston FC lineup, helping his club win Manitoba Cup titles in 1921 and 1923. He was both a Manitoba and Winnipeg all-star selection against the Scottish touring team in 1921. Harley was a decorated soldier from the Great War with the Fifth Battalion.

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CANADA SOCCER HALL OF FAME 4x DOMINION OF CANADA CHAMPIONSHIP WINNER (1936, 1937, 1938, 1949)

CONNAUGHT

TREVOR HARVEY

CHAMPIONSHIP

8x BC Cup (from 1936 to 1949)

Trevor Harvey B: 1916-09-07 in Vancouver, BC, CAN D: 1988-07-24 in Vancouver, BC, CAN

Trevor Harvey was a four-time Dominion of Canada Championship winner with three different British Columbia teams, including both the 1938 and 1949 titles with North Shore United FC. After winning titles with Westminster Royals FC in 1936 and Vancouver Johnston Nationals in 1937, he was the hero of the 1938 Championship with North Shore United FC. Wrote the Winnipeg Tribune in 1937, Harvey was “undoubtedly the finest halfback in the Dominion.” After winning a BC Cup title with Westminster in 1936, he helped his North Shore team win seven BC Cup provincial titles from 1937 to 1949. Wrote historian Colin Jose, Harvey “was considered to be the best centre half in Canada.” In 1950, he was one of 16 footballers shortlisted in a Best in 50 Years poll by The Canadian Press. Harvey was also a perennial selection for local all-star teams against touring teams to Canada.

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LEGENDS

CLUBS: Westminster Royals FC, Vancouver Johnston National Storage, North Shore United FC

TREVOR HARVEY ● CH CONNAUGHT SERIES MP G All Rounds (1936-1938) 24 4 Dominion final (1936-38) 11 2 91

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BOBBY LAVERY

CANADA SOCCER HALL OF FAME DOMINION OF CANADA CHAMPIONSHIP WINNER (1925) Robert Lavery Nickname “Bobby” B: circa 1895 in Lisburn, NIR Moved to Toronto at a young age D: 1955-11-03 in Toronto, ON, CAN CLUBS: Toronto Dunlops, Toronto Ulster United FC, Detroit INTERNATIONAL: All Canada 1921

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Bobby Lavery was a Dominion of Canada Championship winner with Toronto Ulster United FC, captaining his team to the 1925 title in Winnipeg. He scored both goals in the final match including the Championship winner. Wrote the Winnipeg Tribune in 1925, Lavery “can be classed as one of the best centres in the Dominion; football simply rolls off (his) nimble toes. His opening out play, dribbling, and shooting is top notch at all times.” Lavery was a regular all-star selection for the inter-city Carls-Rite Cup from 1919 to 1925. He was often selected to face touring teams and would have played for the All Canada selection in 1921 had not travel stopped his inclusion. Noted Scottish footballer Andy Wilson that summer, Lavery was “to my mind the best exponent of the forward pivotal position that you have in Canada.“ Both Bob and brother Phil were part of the great Ulster United FC team of the 1920s, finishing as runners up in 1922 before winning the title in 1925.

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CLUBS: Woodside Weeps, Mid-Annandale, Rangers Reserves, Albion Rovers, Hamilton Academical, Montréal Grenadier Guards, Montréal Maroons, Montréal Carsteel FC, Providence, Montréal Vickers INTERNATIONAL: Canada-USA in 1925

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Eddie MacLaine was a goal-scoring star in Montréal after he arrived from Scotland in 1924. Re-instated as an amateur after his career in Scotland, he was twice selected to play for Canada in 1925, scoring Canada’s winning goal in the first home international on 27 June in Montréal. As noted in 1931 by the Toronto Star, he had “a habit of scoring unexpected goals.” In that year’s Connaught Series playdowns, he scored four goals in three matches against Toronto Scottish FC. MacLaine was a constant goalscoring threat in the 1920s. He joined famous Carsteel FC in 1925 and won his first of two Coupe du Québec provincial titles with the franchise. After a stint with Providence FC south of the border, he scored a record 60 goals in the National League with Montréal. In the early 1930s, MacLaine helped Carsteel FC reach the National League’s Atholstan Cup final in 1931 and 1932.

CHAMPIONSHIP

Edward MacLaine B: 1899-04-11 in Coatbridge, SCO Moved to Canada in 1924 D: 1972-06-14 in Lachine, QC, CAN

LEGENDS

2x Coupe du Québec (1925, 1931)

FOOTBALLERS

CANADA SOCCER HALL OF FAME

CONNAUGHT

EDDIE MacLAINE

EDDIE MacLAINE ● CF / RB CONNAUGHT SERIES MP G All Rounds 5 5 Dominion final - 93

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BILL MATTHEWS

CANADA SOCCER HALL OF FAME 2x DOMINION OF CANADA CHAMPIONSHIP WINNER (1924, 1926) Manitoba Cup (1928)

William Adam Matthews Nickname “Big Bill” B: 1903-06-03 in Dublin, IRL Moved to Winnipeg at age 17 D: 1981-05-19 in Winnipeg, MB, CAN CLUBS: Winnipeg United Weston FC, Winnipeg Irish FC

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Bill Matthews was a two-time Dominion of Canada Championship winner with Winnipeg United Weston FC. He was the hero of the 1924 Championship, noted as “a team in himself at times.” Wrote Vince Leah in 1972, Matthews was “one of the finest centre halfbacks ever to grace a soccer field.” In 1924, the 21-year old Matthews was Winnipeg’s replacement at centre half for veteran Bob Harley, who that summer captained Canada’s national team on a three month tour to Australia. Over the course of six seasons, Matthews was “firmly linked to the golden era” of United Weston FC: two Championships (1924 and 1926), one Dominion semi-finals finish (1925), one Manitoba Cup (1928), and one Dominion runners up medal (1929). In all, Matthews reached the Dominion playdowns six times, including two trips with Winnipeg Irish FC. He was also a Manitoba all-star selection in 1929.

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CANADA SOCCER HALL OF FAME DOMINION OF CANADA CHAMPIONSHIP WINNER (1948)

CONNAUGHT

DOUG McMAHON

FOOTBALL HERO

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Doug McMahon was a Dominion of Canada Championship winner with Montréal Carsteel FC, captaining his side to the national title in 1948. He was also the Championship’s top scorer with eight goals in five matches. McMahon was at the height of his football career in 1948, that year’s winner of the Montréal Sportsman of the Year. In 1950, he was one of 16 footballers shortlisted in a Best in 50 Years poll by The Canadian Press. As noted in a 1956 program near the end of his career, “his body swerve was something beautiful to behold.” In 1938, McMahon set a Manitoba record by scoring 10 goals during the Connaught Series playdowns with Winnipeg United Weston FC. He was soon after off to England where he briefly played for Wolverhampton Wanderers. With Carsteel FC, McMahon won the National League’s Atholstan Cup in 1940. They were runners up a year later in 1941.

LEGENDS

CLUBS: Winnipeg United Weston FC, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Chicago Maroons, Montréal Carsteel FC, Montréal Hakoah , Montréal Sparta

FOOTBALLERS

Douglas Alexander McMahon B: 1916-10-16 in Winnipeg, MB, CAN D: 1997-04-16 in Montréal, QC, CAN

CHAMPIONSHIP

Manitoba Cup (1938)

DOUG McMAHON ● CF CONNAUGHT SERIES MP G All Rounds (1938) 7 10 Dominion final (pre-1939) - 95

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JIMMY MOIR

CANADA SOCCER HALL OF FAME DOMINION OF CANADA CHAMPIONSHIP WINNER (1925) 2x Ontario Cup (1927, 1929)

James Nicol Moir B: circa 1900 in Edinburgh, SCO Moved to Toronto in 1913 D: 1961-02-11 in Toronto, ON, CAN CLUBS: Toronto All Scots, Toronto Ulster United FC, Toronto Scottish FC INTERNATIONAL: Canada-USA in 1925

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Jimmy Moir was a Dominion of Canada Championship winner with Toronto Ulster United FC in 1925. The “peppery red-headed outside left” was the hero of that 1925 Championship, as noted by the Canadian Press as “the one man who was responsible for the eastern victory and the westerners’ downfall.” Wrote Vince Leah in 1976, Moir was “a tremendously-talented player and (in 1925) gave Nanaimo’s defence all sorts of grief.” After winning the title, Moir represented Canada in an away international friendly match against USA in Brooklyn. From more than 20 years of major football in Toronto, he was a regular selection to all-star teams. As noted in 1932, “his speed and trickiness and that left foot lightning shot with a curl are famous and feared by goalkeepers.” Along with winning the Dominion title, Moir was a three-time Atholstan Cup winner in the National League (1927, 1932, 1941, all with Ulster United FC).

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CANADA SOCCER HALL OF FAME 2x DOMINION OF CANADA CHAMPIONSHIP WINNER (1929, 1935)

CONNAUGHT

JIMMY NELSON

CHAMPIONSHIP

3x Coupe du Québec (1928, 1935, 1936)

James Daig Nelson B: 1902-10-07 in Montréal, QC, CAN D: 1985-02-04 in Montréal, QC, CAN

Jimmy Nelson was a two-time Dominion of Canada Championship winner, capturing titles with Montréal CNR in 1929 and Montréal Aldred in 1935. In all, he made four trips to the Dominion final, also finishing as a runner up in 1928 and 1930. As noted in the Winnipeg Tribune in 1929, Nelson “demonstrated that he is a custodian of the first water; his interception and anticipation was uncanny and many times he brought off spectacular saves from drives that were ticketed.” With the Montréal Canadian Nationals, he helped his squad reach the final in an unprecedented three years in a row. He also won his first Coupe du Québec and back-to-back Atholstan Cup titles in the National League. With the Montréal Aldred / Notre-Dame-de-Grâce franchise, Nelson won the Coupe du Québec in 1935 and 1936. In the Connaught Series in 1935, he posted a career-best four clean sheets, including one in the Dominion final against Sudbury.

FOOTBALLERS

FOOTBALL HERO

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LEGENDS

CLUBS: Montréal CNR, Montréal Carsteel FC, Verdun Park FC, Montréal Aldred / Notre-Dame-de-Grâce

JIMMY NELSON ● GK CONNAUGHT SERIES MP CS All Rounds 29 9 Dominion final 12 4 97

CLUBS

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ALEC SMITH

CANADA SOCCER HALL OF FAME DOMINION OF CANADA CHAMPIONSHIP WINNER (1919) 2x Coupe du Québec (1919, 1922)

Alexander Smith CLUBS: Montréal Grand Trunk FC, Montréal Grenadier Guards, Montréal Highlanders INTERNATIONAL: All-Canada in 1921 and Canada-USA friendly in 1925

FOOTBALL HERO

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Alec Smith was a Dominion of Canada Championship winner with Montréal Grand Trunk FC, winning the 1919 title at home in the first post-war final. He was the hero of that Championship, as reported in local newspapers the “outstanding star of the Connaught Cup Series final.” As noted in 1921 in the Winnipeg Tribune, he was “built on the greyhound type and is a wonderful dribbler of the ball as well as a sure goal shot.” Smith was a regular all-star selection for the inter-city Carls-Rite Cup competition from 1917 to 1927. In 1921, he was selected to play against the touring Scottish team for both Montréal and All Canada. As noted in the Montréal Gazette, he was Canada’s “steadiest worker.” In 1925, he was again selected for Canada, this time for a 1:0 win over USA at Alexander Park in Montréal. Both Smith and goalkeeper Art Halliwell were the only two players equally selected in 1921 and 1925.

●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●● ALEC SMITH ● CF / OL CONNAUGHT SERIES MP G All Rounds 6 0 Dominion final 2 0 98


CANADA SOCCER HALL OF FAME 2x DOMINION OF CANADA CHAMPIONSHIP WINNER (1938, 1949)

CONNAUGHT

JIMMY SPENCER

Jim Haggarty Spencer B: 1915-02-13 in N. Vancouver, BC, CAN D: 1990-04-14 in BC, CAN

CHAMPIONSHIP

8x BC Cup (from 1937 to 1949)

Jimmy Spencer was a two-time Dominion of Canada Championship winner with North Shore United FC, winning both in 1938 and 1949. He was the top scorer of the 1938 Championship despite missing the last game through injury. He spent the bulk of his career with North Shore United FC, helping the club win eight BC Cup provincial titles from 1937 to 1949. He was also a perennial selection for local all-star teams against touring teams to Canada. As noted in a 1951 all-star program, he was “one of the most popular players in Canada and one of the greatest inside lefts in the country in his prime. His leftfooted shot has been the terror of goalkeepers for 25 years.” At his best on the national stage, the 23-year old inside left scored the secondmost goals in a single Connaught Series, with 14 goals in 10 games during the 1938 Championship. Wrote Vince Leah, “his constant tries for goal and his conscientious work on the field has made him the series standout.”

FOOTBALLERS

FOOTBALL HERO

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LEGENDS

CLUBS: Westminster Royals FC, North Shore United FC

JIMMY SPENCER ● IL CONNAUGHT SERIES MP G All Rounds (1934, 1938) 15 15 Dominion final (1938) 4 1 99

CLUBS

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ANDY STEVENS

CANADA SOCCER HALL OF FAME 2x DOMINION OF CANADA CHAMPIONSHIP WINNER (1932, 1933) 1x Ontario Cup (1931) Andrew Stevens B: circa 1901 in Brandon, ENG Moved to Canada in 1905 D: 1968-07-27 in Toronto, ON, CAN CLUBS: Davenport Albion, Toronto Willys-Overland, Toronto Scottish FC, Boston, New Bedford, Bridgeport, New York, Toronto British Consols

FOOTBALL HERO

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Andy Stevens was a two-time Dominion of Canada Championship winner with Toronto Scottish FC, winning back-to-back titles in 1932 and 1933. He was both the top scorer and hero of the 1932 Championship. Wrote historian Colin Jose, Stevens was “regarded as one of the greatest goal scorers in Canadian soccer history.” He was a two-time goal-scoring champion in the American League (1925-26 and 1927-28) before averaging nearly a goal per game over a three-year period in the Connaught Series (1931 to 1933). Before moving to the United States, the Globe newspaper in 1924 already considered him as one of the “best centres playing in the Dominion.” He then played more than five seasons in USA, also winning the Lewis Cup with the New Bedford Whalers in 1926. Back in Toronto, Stevens won the Ontario Cup in 1931 and the National League’s Atholstan Cup in both 1931 and 1932.

●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●● ANDY STEVENS ● CF CONNAUGHT SERIES MP G All Rounds 15 13 Dominion final 3 3 100


Richard Paul Stobbart Nickname “Dickie” or “Dicky” B: 1891-12-18 in Bedlington, ENG D: 1952-11-09 in Vancouver, BC, CAN CLUBS: Nanaimo United FC, Nanaimo FC, Vancouver St. Andrews, Vancouver Couglans, Ladysmith FC, Westminster Royals FC INTERNATIONAL: Canada tour in 1924

FOOTBALL HERO

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Dickie Stobbart was a four-time Dominion of Canada Championship winner, twice with Nanaimo FC and twice with Westminster Royals FC. He was the first four-time Championship winner, also a one-time winner of The People’s Shield in 1913. He was the hero of the 1923 Championship final. Wrote historian Colin Jose, Stobbart was “considered to be one of the finest halfbacks or inside forwards in Canadian soccer history.” In 1950, he was one of 16 footballers shortlisted in a Best in 50 Years poll by The Canadian Press. A perennial all-star selection both with Vancouver Island and Vancouver, Stobbart could play on the half line or on the forward line. As noted in 1928 in the Winnipeg Free Press, Stobbart was “deadly in front of goal with head or feet; a born schemer, he is also a wonderful half back either in attack or defence.” In 1924 on tour with Canada’s national team, Stobbart was presented a medal by host Australia for being Canada’s most consistent player.

CHAMPIONSHIP

The People’s Shield (1913) 3x BC Cup (1926, 1927, 1929)

LEGENDS

4x DOMINION OF CANADA CHAMPIONSHIP WINNER (1923, 1927, 1928, 1931)

FOOTBALLERS

CANADA SOCCER HALL OF FAME

CONNAUGHT

DICKIE STOBBART

DICKIE STOBBART ● LH / IL CONNAUGHT SERIES MP G All Rounds 38 13 Dominion final 13 3 101

CLUBS

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ALBERT THOMBS

CANADA SOCCER HALL OF FAME DOMINION OF CANADA CHAMPIONSHIP WINNER (1920) 4x Ontario Cup (1911, 1912, 1916, 1920)

Albert Edward Thombs Nickname “Tiny” B: 1882-04-29 in Henley, ENG Moved to Canada in 1905 D: 1957-09-30 CLUBS: Hamilton Westinghouse FC INTERNATIONAL: All-Canada in 1921

FOOTBALL HERO

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Albert Thombs was a Dominion of Canada Championship winner with Hamilton Westinghouse FC, captaining his side to the 1920 title at age 38. He was both the top scorer and hero of the 1920 Championship. As noted by the Montréal Gazette after a Thombs hat trick in the 1920 playdowns, he “still has all his old tricks at his toes and a fast-thinking brain in action.” Both Albert and brother Horace won three Ontario Cup titles over a six-year period from 1911 to 1916, while Albert won a fourth in 1920. After winning his Dominion title in 1920, Albert was part of the Hamilton, Ontario, and All Canada teams that faced the touring Scottish team of 1921. Wrote the Hamilton Spectator in 1924, “for many years Thombs was without an equal in Canada as an outside left and, even when he had passed what what is supposed to be the prime of a soccer player, he was still looked upon as the best and was able to show the younger stars the way the opposition should be played.”

●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●● ALBERT THOMBS ● OL CONNAUGHT SERIES MP G All Rounds 6 4 Dominion final 2 0 102


CANADA SOCCER HALL OF FAME 4x DOMINION OF CANADA CHAMPIONSHIP WINNER (1928, 1930, 1931, 1936)

CONNAUGHT

DAVE TURNER

FOOTBALL HERO

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Dave Turner was a four-time Dominion of Canada Championship winner with Westminster Royals FC, lifting the trophy each time as team captain and noted as the hero of the Championship in both 1931 and 1936. Wrote former teammate Austin Delany, Turner “was superbly built for his job as an inside forward. He was a tenacious, aggressive, but a clean player with a glorious shot in both feet. He was as dazzling on the dribble as any forward.” In 1950, Turner was voted the Best in 50 Years by The Canadian Press. In 1955, he was part of the first class honoured by Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame. After starring in Alberta, Turner and teammate George Graham moved out west to British Columbia, then east to the professional ranks in USA. After a stint with Toronto Ulster United, he spent the summer of 1927 on tour with Canada’s national team in New Zealand. He then joined Westminster Royals FC where he won his four Dominion titles and four provincial titles.

LEGENDS

CLUBS: Edmonton South Side, Calgary CPR, Cumberland FC, Vancouver St. Andrews FC, New Bedford, Philadelphia, Trenton, Toronto Ulster United FC, Westminster Royals FC INTERNATIONAL: Canada tour in 1927

FOOTBALLERS

David Binnie Turner B: 1903-10-11 in Edinburgh, SCO Moved to Edmonton, AB, CAN at age 11 D: 1989-04-06 in Vancouver, BC, CAN

CHAMPIONSHIP

4x BC Cup (1929, 1930, 1931, 1936)

DAVE TURNER ● IL CONNAUGHT SERIES MP G All Rounds 33 14 Dominion final 11 5 103

CLUBS

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STAN WAKELYN

CANADA SOCCER HALL OF FAME DOMINION OF CANADA CHAMPIONSHIP WINNER (1922) 3x Alberta Shield (1922, 1923, 1924) Stanley Yorke Wakelyn Nickname “Porridge” B: 1890-05-31 in Sunderland, ENG Moved to Calgary in 1905 D: 1978-12-29 in Calgary, AB, CAN CLUBS: Calgary Hillhurst FC, 21st Canadian Reserve Battalion, again Calgary Hillhurst FC

FOOTBALL HERO

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Stan Wakelyn was a Dominion of Canada Championship winner with Calgary Hillhurst FC, captaining his side to the 1922 title away at Toronto. He helped his club eliminate future champions Nanaimo FC and Winnipeg United Weston FC in the playdowns before beating Toronto Ulster United FC in the Dominion final. In 1950, Wakelyn was one of 16 footballers shortlisted in a Best in 50 Years poll by The Canadian Press. Wrote Dunc Scott in 1962, Wakelyn was “probably the greatest centre forward this city has seen.” Wakelyn was one of three brothers that played for the Hillhurst FC team. Both Stan and younger brother Ed were part of the 1922 team while older brother Art won the People’s Shield with Hillhurst FC in 1910. Art, Stan, and Ed were also three of six brothers that served in the Great War. A regular all-star selection in Calgary, Stan also helped Hillhurst FC win the Bennett Shield as Alberta provincial champions in three successive seasons.

●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●● STAN WAKELYN ● CF CONNAUGHT SERIES MP G All Rounds 9 2 Dominion final 2 0 104


CANADA SOCCER HALL OF FAME DOMINION OF CANADA CHAMPIONSHIP WINNER (1919)

CONNAUGHT

ARTIE WOUTERSZ

FOOTBALL HERO

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Artie Woutersz was a Dominion of Canada Championship winner with Montréal Grand Trunk FC, winning the 1919 title on home ground. Down 4-1 in the semifinals, he helped spark a return leg comeback with two goals and one assist in a 5:0 home win against Toronto Old Country. As noted in his 1947 obituary, the 155-cm tall outside right was “considered one of the greatest dribblers in the game despite his diminutive stature.” Woutersz was a regular thorn to Toronto teams, notably scoring four times in 13 inter-city all-star matches from 1915 to 1922. Wrote Tom Watson in 1916, Woutersz was “very speedy and centres the ball with great judgement.” Wrote historian Colin Jose, Woutersz was “an outstanding winger who was first choice for numerous Montréal all-star teams.” He was selected to represent Canada in 1916, but the game was canceled. He was again selected in 1921, this time getting his turn to represent his country against a touring Scottish team.

LEGENDS

CLUBS: Montréal Grand Trunk FC, Beloeil Canadian Explosives, Montréal CPR, Fall River FC, Boston, Montréal Carsteel FC. INTERNATIONAL: All-Canada in 1921

FOOTBALLERS

Arthur James Woutersz Nickname “Artie” or “Arty” B: 1896-08-31 in Colombo, Ceylon D: 1947-03-03 in Wayne County, MI, USA

CHAMPIONSHIP

2x Coupe du Québec (1915, 1919)

ARTIE WOUTERSZ ● OR CONNAUGHT SERIES MP G All Rounds 8 2 Dominion final 2 0 105

CLUBS

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YR RK CLUB

MATCHES G/CS

YR RK CLUB

LH

AIRD, TOMMY

ABBOTT, D 1914

3 Toronto Eaton’s

ABRAM, 1915

2 Toronto Lancashire

ACKROYD, JACK

1924 SF Cumberland FC

ACOURT, HARRY

2 1 4

RH RB

RH / LH

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1888-03-12, Wavertree, Lancaster, ENG. Moved to Canada in 1912. Died 1980-07-26. 1921 1 Toronto Scottish FC 1926 SF Toronto Willys-Overland 4 G 1

ADAIR, BILLY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1920 1 Hamilton Westinghouse

ADAM,

1938 QF Calgary Callies

ADAMS, ALEXANDER

1938 SF Toronto Ulster United FC 1939 QF Toronto Ulster United FC

OR 4 2

LH / CH 3 2

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1919 1 Montréal Grand Trunk FC

ADAMS,

1930 QF Calgary Hillhurst FC

ADAMS,

1933 R1 Fort William Canadian Legion

ADAMS,

1932 QF Regina CNR

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1927 1 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers

ALEXANDER, JIMMY

1936 SF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons

ALLAN, E.

ALLAN, JIMMIE

1922 QF Nanaimo City FC

ALLAN, R. 1914

5 Regina Leader

0

ALSBURY, TOMMY

1938 QF Montréal Carsteel FC 1939 2 Montréal Carsteel FC

2 1 2

LH OR RH CF

ADGEY, LESLIE

LH / IR

G2

Selected to play for Canada in 1916 (match canceled) Leslie Edmund Adgey. Born Belfast, Antrim, NIR. Died (age 24) in Toronto on 1918-05-12 (pneumonia). 1914 3 Toronto Eaton’s 2 G 1

AIKEN, JOHNNY “MIGHTY ATOM”

IR

2x Dominion of Canada Championship (1946, 1951) 1937 2 Toronto Ulster United FC 8 G 1 1938 SF Toronto Ulster United FC 3 G 1 1939 QF Toronto Ulster United FC 2

RB / IR

1934 QF Fort William Westford Wanderers 4 1935 SF Fort William Westfort Wanderers 2 1938 QF Fort William Westfort Wanderers 2

106

ALEXANDER,

ALLISON, BILL

2

1927 SF Brantford Cockshutt FC Blues

IL / OL

4

IL

G1

G1

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1919 SF Toronto Old Country 2 1921 1 Toronto Scottish FC

0

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1919 1 Montréal Grand Trunk FC

AIRD, HUGHIE

AITKEN,

1936 R1 Hamilton Stelco

ADAMSON, DAVIE

AINSWORTH,

6 9 3

ALLAN,

ADAMS, W

IR / RH

1935 QF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons 1936 SF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons 1939 SF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons

1919 SF Port Arthur Pascoes

GK

ADAMS, D

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1919 1 Montréal Grand Trunk FC

MATCHES G/CS

1929 QF Vancouver St. Saviours

ALSBURY, W.

1929 QF Vancouver St. Saviours

IL 1 8 0 2 3 3

ANDERSON,

1933 QF Winnipeg Irish FC

ANDERSON,

1919 SF Toronto Old Country

ANDERSON, 1930

2 Montréal CNR

ANDERSON, BILLY

1927 SF Saskatoon Sons of England

ANDERSON, GEORGE “SANDY”

RH LH IR

LH / RH 2 5 2 1

AMBLER, HARRY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1914 1 Norwood Wanderers

OR

GK RH OL

1 6 2 1

LH CH RH

0

RB

Played for Canada in 1924 (Tour of Australia) 3x Dominion of Canada Championship winner George McQueen Anderson. Born 1900-12-02 in Linlithgowshire, SCO. Moved to Canada in 1921. Died in Vancouver on 1975-05-25. 1926 2 Cumberland Canadian Collieries 8 1928 1 Westminster Royals FC 6 1930 1 Westminster Royals FC 6 1931 X Westminster Royals FC X 1934 QF Westminster Royals FC 4 1936 1 Westminster Royals FC 5


BANKS

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Brechin, SCO. 1921 1 Toronto Scottish FC

ANDERSON, JIMMY 1927 1934 1935 1939

QF QF SF QF

Edmonton Canadian Legion Edmonton Radials Lethbridge Supinas Edmonton Civics

ANDERSON, “JOCKO”

OR G2

G1

OR

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Ice hockey Allan Cup (1916) and Stanley Cup (1925) John Wilberforce Anderson. Born 1893-04-10 in Winnipeg, MB, CAN. Died 1960-07-22. 1915 1 Winnipeg Scottish 4 G 2 1921 QF Calgary Callies 2 G 1

ANDERSON, TELFORD

1935 QF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons

ANDREWS, H.

6

CF

G4

OL

1935 QF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons

5

ANGELL, JOE

CF / IR

Joseph Angell. Born 1894-05-29 in Kent, ENG. Died in Montréal on 1939-03-26. 1920 QC Montréal CPR 2 G 1 1921 SF Montréal CPR 4 G 6 1923 2 Montréal CPR 7 G 3 1926 QF Montréal CPR 2 G 2 1927 QF Montréal CPR 2

ANGOVE,

CF

1932 QF Fort William Canadian Legion

1

APPLEBY, EDWARD

IL / OL

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1923 1 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers

ARDEN, F 1915

2 Toronto Lancashire

ARLOW,

1921 QF Fort Rouge Rangers

ARMSTRONG, SAMMY

1930 SF Winnipeg Hearts 1931 SF Winnipeg Irish FC

ARMSTRONG,

1928 SF Winnipeg Westbrook

ARMSTRONG,

1935 QF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons

ASHCROFT,

1921 QF Calgary Callies

ASHMORE, C. 1919

2 Winnipeg Great War Veterans

7 4 2 4 3 5

G2

RH OL IR RB

RB / LB 6 2 5

1923 SF Fort Rouge Rangers

4

AUSTIN, ROY

LB / IL

1 2 4 2

AULD, D.

GK

IL RH

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Roy Cameron Austin. Born 1895-10-16 in West Hartlepool, Durham, ENG. Moved to Calgary in 1911. 1922 1 Calgary Hillhurst FC 5 1924 QF Calgary Hillhurst FC 2 1930 QF Calgary Hillhurst FC 2

AXE, TOMMY

1937 2 Toronto Ulster United FC 1938 SF Toronto Ulster United FC

AYLETT,

1921 QF Halifax

8 3 2

BABCOCK, G.

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1931 1 Westminster Royals FC

BAGGLEY, CHRIS

1914 5 Regina Leader 1920 QF Regina Soccerites 1921 SF Regina Post 1923 QF Regina Imperial Oil

BAIN, A. 1921 1923 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1931

QF SF SF SF 2 SF SF SF

1921 QF Calgary Callies

BAIN,

1923 QF Regina Imperial Oil

BALDIES, 1933

2 Prince Albert City Reds

BALDWIN, E 1914

3 Toronto Eaton’s

CH / IL

4 2 4 2

1 2

BANKS, 1913

4 Toronto Old Country

G1

LH IL RH

4 1 4

OL CH GK

2

BALLANTYNE, WILLIE “RED” Born in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, SCO. 1938 QF Montréal Carsteel FC

G1 G1

RH / OR

BALL, STANLEY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1903-12-25. Grew up in Winnipeg. 1928 1 Westminster Royals FC

GK

4

BAIRD,

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1914 1 Norwood Wanderers

G1 G1

OR

Fort William Fort William War Veterans 2 Fort William War Veterans 1 Fort William Great War Veterans 2 Fort William Canadian Legion 2 Fort William Canadian Legion 2 Fort William Canadian Legion 2 Fort William Canadian Legion 2

BAIN,

IL

CONNAUGHT

ANDERSON, HARRY

RB

CHAMPIONSHIP

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Abderdeen, SCO 1913 1 Norwood Wanderers 3 1915 1 Winnipeg Scottish 0

MATCHES G/CS

LEGENDS

ANDERSON, BILLY

YR RK CLUB

FOOTBALLERS

MATCHES G/CS

IL 2 1

LH

CH

107

CLUBS

YR RK CLUB


YR RK CLUB

MATCHES G/CS

BANKS, HARRY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Blackpool, Lancashire, ENG 1922 1 Calgary Hillhurst FC 1925 QF Calgary CPR

BANNERMAN,

1924 SF Cumberland FC

BANNON,

1937 QF Edmonton Civics

BARDELL, JIMMY

1926 QF Montréal CPR 1927 QF Montréal CPR

IL

2 0 2

BARDELL, JOE

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Montréal 1935 1 Montréal Aldred

BAREFOOT, HAROLD 1936 SF Calgary Callies

BARKER,

1922 QF Regina Mounted Police

2 2

BARNES, HARRY

Played for Canada in 1926 (International in USA) Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in ENG. 1926 QF Montréal CPR 2 1928 2 Montréal CNR 7 1929 1 Montréal CNR 6 1930 2 Montréal CNR 2 1938 2 Timmins Dome Mines 7

BARNES, ROY 1935

2 Nanaimo City FC

BARNES,

1922 QF Regina Mounted Police

BARRIE, JIM 1934

2 Prince Albert City Reds

BARRIE,

1932 QF Regina CNR

BARR,

1939 SF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons

2 2 10 2 2

BARRON, ART

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Blackburn, ENG 1925 1 Toronto Ulster United FC

BATTIE, ALBERT 1921

2 Ladysmith FC

BAXTER, JACK 1938

2 Timmins Dome Mines

BAXTER, ROBERT

1927 SF Brantford Cockshutt FC Blues

BAXTER,

1920 QC Montréal CPR

108

OL OR RH

G1

GK CH RB

7 4 1

1920

2 Winnipeg Brittania

OR

1921 SF Montréal CPR

BEAMAN, ELMER BEATTIE, ALEC 1924

2 Beloeil Canadian Explosives

BEATTLE,

6

RB OR

CF / IL G1

BECKWITH, HARRY

OR

1939 SF Winnipeg Irish FC

BEDDINGTON, F. 1923 QF Coleman

BEJSHAK, ALBERT “ABBIE”

RB

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Montréal 1935 1 Montréal Aldred 1937 QF Montréal Glen Yards 1939 2 Montréal Carsteel FC

OL

1919 SF Toronto Old Country

IR

4

1921 QF Fort William 1923 SF Fort William War Veterans 2

1937 QF Montréal Glen Yards

G1

LB / LH

BEAKE, O.

BEECH, W.

CH

RH

G2

1937 QF Montréal Glen Yards

G1

5

Grew up in ENG 1920 QC Montréal CPR 2 1921 SF Montréal CPR 1922 QF Montréal Grenadier Guards 2 1923 2 Montréal CPR 6

BEECH, JIMMY

BELL,

3 2 2 2

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1923 1 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers

BELL, GORDON

OR

BENNETT, WILLIAM

1935

2 Nanaimo City FC

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1933 SF Montréal CNR 1934 1 Verdun Park FC

LH

BENNETT,

GK

BENNIE,

CH

BERRINGTON, SID

OL

BERRY,

1919 SF Toronto Old Country 1921

2 Ladysmith FC

1927 SF Saskatoon Sons of England 1926 SF Toronto Willys-Overland

G1

IR OL CH

IL / IR 11 2 8 2

BELL, BILLY

OR

1 5

BEACH,

1932 SF Winnipeg Manitoba Telephones

IR 11

MATCHES G/CS

BEAKE, FREDDIE

4 2 4

YR RK CLUB

G1

IR LB

7 6

OR G3

IR / IL 5 7 1 1 3 4

G1 G1

GK LB CF CF

G2


BROOKS

OL

1924 SF Fort William CPR

2

BIGGS, ERNIE

IL / OL

Born in SCO. 1927 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion 1928 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion

BISBY, J.

1935 SF Fort William Westfort Wanderers

1 1 2

BISSETT, BILLY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1925 1 Toronto Ulster United FC

BLACK,

1923 SF Fort William War Veterans

BLACKLEY,

1920 QF Regina Soccerites

BLAIR, SAMMY

1933 SF Calgary CPR

BLAIR,

1924 SF Cumberland FC

BLATCHFORD,

1927 QF Fort Rouge Rangers

BLENKHORN, 1914

5 Regina Leader

BLIGH,

1929 2 Winnipeg United Weston FC 1930 SF Winnipeg Hearts

BODRUG, BILL

1924 QF Mimico Beach FC

BOGDEN, ALBERT

1928 SF Winnipeg Westbrook 1932 SF Winnipeg Manitoba Telephones

BONNER,

1928 SF Winnipeg Westbrook

BOOTLAND,

1936 SF Calgary Callies

6

4 3 1

BORLAND,

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1926 1 Winnipeg United Weston FC

BOUGHTON,

1929 SF Fort William Canadian Legion 1933 R1 Fort William Canadian Legion

BOWERS, 1914

5 Regina Leader

BOWLES, J.R.

1927 SF Saskatoon Sons of England

BOWMAN, T 1915

2 Toronto Lancashire

BRADBURY, ERNIE

RB

BRADFORD, SYDNEY

IL

OR

G1

GK RH CF

OL OR

1924 QF Moose Jaw CPR

IL

G2

LH

0

CF

G2

RB

LH / RH 5 8

IL / IR

9 6

G3 G1

RH 5

IR / CF

1 1

Sydney Lewis Bradford. Born 1890-11-11 in Carlyle, ENG. 1924 QF Calgary Hillhurst FC 2

BRADSHAW, BILLY

IR OR

IR

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1913 1 Norwood Wanderers 3 1914 1 Norwood Wanderers 3

G1

BRADY, PAT

RB

1934

2 Prince Albert City Reds

BRADY,

1932 QF Regina CNR

BRANCH,

1933 QF Halifax Royal Navy

BREWIS,

1921 SF Regina Post

BRIGHTMAN, 1914

2 Fort William CPR

BRIGHTON, 1914

2 Fort William CPR

BRISCOE, WALLY

1932 SF Winnipeg Manitoba Telephones

BROADLEY, JACK

1939 SF Winnipeg Irish FC

10 2 2 4 1 2 4 2

LB RB OR OR GK LB IL

G1

CH

Played for Canada in 1927 (Tour of New Zealand) Born 1904-10-31 in Limavady, Londonderry, NIR. Died in Winnipeg on 1960-08-01. 1931 SF Winnipeg Irish FC 4 1933 QF Winnipeg Irish FC 3

BROMLEY,

1934 QF Toronto Scottish FC

4

2

BROLLY, BILL

1

2

Born in Nanaimo 1935 2 Nanaimo City FC

BRADE,

OL

1 1

2 Prince Albert City Reds 2 Prince Albert City Reds

GK

GK

1

BOYD, JACK “JOCK”

1929 QF Vancouver St. Saviours

5 CS 1 4 CS 1 3

2 Prince Albert City Reds 2 Prince Albert City Reds

BOYD, ORVILLE

4 CS 2

4

1933 1934

OR

GK

2

BOYD, GEORGE

G2

6

2

1929 QF Oshawa General Motors

1933 1934

RH

2

BOYD,

CONNAUGHT

BETTS,

IL / IR

2

CHAMPIONSHIP

1921 QF Halifax

MATCHES G/CS

LEGENDS

BESTON,

YR RK CLUB

FOOTBALLERS

MATCHES G/CS

BROOKS, HAROLD

1936 2 Winnipeg United Weston FC 1939 SF Winnipeg Irish FC

4 8 2

OR OL

G1

109

CLUBS

YR RK CLUB


YR RK CLUB

MATCHES G/CS

BROOKS,

1932 QF Regina CNR

BROUGHTON,

1

IR GK

1930 QF Fort William Canadian Legion 1931 SF Fort William Canadian Legion

2 2

BROWN, A.

IR / OR

1936 SF Calgary Callies 1938 QF Calgary Callies

BROWN, BILL

1935 QF Saskatoon Thistle

BROWN, BOB

1923 SF Fort William War Veterans 1926 SF Fort William Great War Veterans 1927 2 Fort William Canadian Legion

BROWN, C.

1922 QF Montréal Grenadier Guards

2 2 2 2 2 2 2

BROWN, J.

1921 QF Fort William 1923 SF Fort William War Veterans 2

BROWN, JOE 1921

2 Ladysmith FC

BROWN, JOHNNY

1925 QF Montréal Carsteel FC 1927 QF Montréal CPR

BROWN,

1932 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion

BROWNLEE, 1913

4 Toronto Old Country

BRUCE, ANDY

5

2

LH

1922 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC

GK IR LB

G1

CF

G1

GK

RH / CH

BRUCE, BOBBY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1921 1 Toronto Scottish FC

IR

G2

IR G1

LH / RH

BUCHAN, TOM

RB / CF

5 8

Played for Canada in 1925 (International in USA) 1925 QF Montréal Carsteel FC 2

BUNDY, KEN

Brother is Norman Bundy. 1937 2 Toronto Ulster United FC 1938 SF Toronto Ulster United FC

110

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1920 1 Hamilton Westinghouse

BURNS,

1921 QF Calgary Callies

BYARS, JACK 1933 1934

2 Prince Albert City Reds 2 Prince Albert City Reds

BYARS,

CH 4 0 2

RH

CH 3 2 4

LB CF

G4

IR / IL

9 7

G1 G2

CF

2

CADMAN,

IR / OR

1937 QF Montréal Glen Yards

CAIRNS, BILLY

2

IR

1938 SF Toronto Ulster United FC

4

CAIRNS, JOHNNY

IR / RH

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1931 2 Toronto Scottish FC 1932 1 Toronto Scottish FC

CALDER, BILL

1931 QF Saskatoon Thistle 1935 QF Saskatoon Thistle

5 5 2 2

G1

G2 G1

RH

RB / LB

Born 1907-01-02 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, SCO. Died in Daventry, ENG in 1973. 1931 QF Montréal Carsteel FC 3

CALDER, DAVE

1935 QF Saskatoon Thistle

CALLAGHAN, BILL

1933 QF McIntyre Mines 1934 SF Sudbury Frood Mines Tigers 1927 QF Fort Rouge Rangers

CALVERHAUS,

CAMERON, JOHNNY 1939

2 Montréal Carsteel FC

2

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1939 1 Vancouver Radials

CAMPBELL,

1925 QF Calgary CPR

IR

IR / CF

2 2 2 2 5

CAMP, ERIC G1 G1

LH

1931 SF Fort William Canadian Legion

1920 QF Regina Soccerites

CH 5 3

1922 QF Regina Mounted Police

CALLAHAN,

Played for Canada in 1921 (International in CAN) 1921 QF Fort William 1923 SF Fort William War Veterans 1

BUCHANAN, J.

BURGESS,

CALDER, BOB

BRUCE, JOHNNY

1935 QF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons 1936 SF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons

Brother to Ken Bundy. Born 1916-07-03. Died 1998-10-17. 1937 2 Toronto Ulster United FC 1938 SF Toronto Ulster United FC

1931 SF Winnipeg Irish FC

3 CS 1

4

BUNDY, NORMAN

BUTTERWORTH, BILL

Born 1918-05-06 in Winnipeg. Died 2002-04-27. 1936 2 Winnipeg United Weston FC 8 1937 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 3

BRUCE, BILLY

MATCHES G/CS

BURNS, D GK

IR / OR 2 1

YR RK CLUB

IR

G1

CF OL CH

9 1

OR


CHAMBERS

CAMPBELL, ANDY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Portobello, SCO 1915 1 Winnipeg Scottish

RB

CARRINGTON, JIMMY

LH

CARROLL,

CAMPBELL, BILL “BUS”

RH

CAMPBELL, BILLY

OL

Moved to Canada in 1925. Brother is Bob Campbell 1938 QF Montréal Carsteel FC

LH

RB

Played for Canada in 1925 (International in Canada) Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1884-08-13 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, SCO. Died in Toronto on 1952-02-21. Son Bill Campbell. 1921 1 Toronto Scottish FC Hero of the Connaught Series in 1921

CAMPBELL, H.

1935 QF Halifax St. George’s Aces

CAMPBELL, J.

1935 QF Halifax St. George’s Aces

CAMPBELL, RAY

1935 QF Halifax St. George’s Aces

CANT, 1914

5 Regina Leader

CAREY,

1926 SF Regina Post

CARLISLE,

1936 QF Fort William Canadian Legion

2 2 2 4 1 1

CARLYLE, WALTER

Grew up in Sutherland, SK, CAN 1935 QF Saskatoon Thistle

CARNELL,

1921 QF Halifax

CARNEY, F.

1924 QF Moose Jaw CPR

CARPENTER,

1921 QF Halifax

IL IR OR OR LH CF OR

2 2 2 2

6

LB RH OR

LB RB

IL / IR

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Arthur Bernard Cartwright. Born 1897-08-22 in Templeborough, Yorkshire, ENG. Died in Calgary on 1986-09-07. 1922 1 Calgary Hillhurst FC 7 G 5 1924 QF Calgary Hillhurst FC 2 1930 QF Calgary Hillhurst FC 1 Top Scorer of the Connaught Series in 1922 1913

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Dunfermline, Fife, SCO. Moved to CAN in 1925. Brother is Billy Campbell 1929 1 Montréal CNR 4 1930 2 Montréal CNR 5 1931 QF Montréal Carsteel FC 3 1935 1 Montréal Aldred 11 G 1

CAMPBELL, GEORDIE

2 Beloeil Canadian Explosives

CASSIDY, DAVE

2

CAMPBELL, BOB

1924

2

CARTWRIGHT, BERNIE

4

Born 1912-03-04 in Toronto. Died 1987-03-04. Father Geordie Campbell 1934 SF Sudbury Frood Mines Tigers 4 1937 SF Sudbury Frood Mines Tigers 2

1925 QF Calgary CPR

3 Fort William CPR

CASSIDY, M.H. 1920

2 Winnipeg Brittania

CASSIDY, PETER 1913

3 Fort William CPR

CASSIDY, T 1913

3 Fort William CPR

1 9 1 2

CF LB RB RB

CASTONGUAY, MARCEL

OL

CASTONGUAY, PAUL-ÉMILE

CF

CASTONGUAY, ROLAND “DEMPSEY”

OL

Dominion of Canada Championship winner (1948) Born in 1919 in Montréal, QC, CAN. Died 1969-09-15. Brothers Roland and Paul-Émile Castonguay. 1939 2 Montréal Carsteel FC 4

Dominion of Canada Championship winner (1948) Born 1917-11-04 in Montréal. Died 1975-01-18. Brothers Roland and Marcel Castonguay. 1939 2 Montréal Carsteel FC 9 G 9 Top Scorer of the Connaught Series in 1939 2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1913-01-15 in Montréal. Died 1989-04-28. Brothers Paul-Émile and Marcel Castonguay. 1934 1 Verdun Park FC 8 1935 1 Montréal Aldred 0 1936 QF Montréal Hamilton United 3 1938 QF Montréal Carsteel FC 2 1939 2 Montréal Carsteel FC 7 Hero of the Connaught Series in 1934

CAVANAGH, D.J.

Born in SCO. 1927 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion 1928 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion

CHALMERS,

1924 QF Mimico Beach FC

CHAMBERS, BILL “RED”

1938 QF Montréal Carsteel FC 1939 2 Montréal Carsteel FC Won Challenge Trophy in 1948

CHAMBERS, GEORGE

1930 SF Hamilton Thistle FC 1938 2 Timmins Dome Mines

G4

G1

OL 2 1 2

CONNAUGHT

2

CHAMPIONSHIP

1923 QF Regina Imperial Oil

MATCHES G/CS

LEGENDS

CAMPBELL,

YR RK CLUB

FOOTBALLERS

MATCHES G/CS

OR

IR / IL

2 8

G1 G1

3 7

G3 G3

CF

111

CLUBS

YR RK CLUB


YR RK CLUB

MATCHES G/CS

CHAMPS,

1919 SF Toronto Old Country

2

CHAPMAN, HARRY

Played for Canada in 1924 (Tour of Australia) Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1901-07-18 in Leeds, ENG. 1928 1 Westminster Royals FC 6

CHAPMAN,

1926 QF Edmonton CNR

Played for England Born 1889-01-27 in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, ENG. Died in Montréal on 1967-01-07. 1931 QF Montréal Carsteel FC 3 1938 QF Montréal Carsteel FC 2 1939 2 Montréal Carsteel FC 5 1929 2 Winnipeg United Weston FC 1930 SF Winnipeg Hearts 1932 SF Winnipeg Manitoba Telephones

CHEVALIER, EMILE

1930 QF Saskatoon Sons of England 1933 QF McIntyre Mines

OL

IR OR

RH

William Henry Childs. Born 1886-02-09 in East Ham, Essex, ENG. Died in action during the Great War on 1916-06-06. 1914 5 Regina Leader 4

CHRIMES,

1931 QF Edmonton CNR

1

CHRISTIE, ALBERT “DUKE” 1935 QF Saskatoon Thistle

2

CHRISTIE, ALEC

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1938 1 North Shore United FC

CLARK, DAVIE

1922 QF Montréal Grenadier Guards

2

G1

4 2

CLARK, DOUGIE

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1924 1 Winnipeg United Weston FC

CLARK, HERMAN

1928 QF Saskatoon Thistle 1931 QF Saskatoon Thistle

CLARK,

1931 QF Saskatoon Thistle

CLARK,

1927 QF Fort Rouge Rangers

112

LH

G4

CHRYZANOWSKI, FRANK “DAZZY” 1938 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC

LH

LH

OL

G2

IL IL

3 2 1 2

IL

7 5 2 2

LB IL CH

COCKBURN, 1938

2 Timmins Dome Mines

COLL,

1929 QF Oshawa General Motors

COLLETT, L.

1923 QF Coleman

COLLIER,

1927 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion

COLQUHOUN,

1913 4 Toronto Old Country 1919 SF Toronto Old Country

3 2 2

2 3 2

CONNER, BILLY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1931 2 Toronto Scottish FC 1932 1 Toronto Scottish FC

CONRAD,

1935 QF Halifax St. George’s Aces

CONTI, ZACCI CONWAY, J

2 Toronto Lancashire

IR CH

OR LB RB

7 4 2 4

1915

GK

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Tillicoultry, SCO 1913 1 Norwood Wanderers 3 1915 1 Winnipeg Scottish 0

COOK, BOB

LH

0

G1

RB

G3

Selected to play for Canada in 1926 (he did not feature) Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1900-02-04 in Belfast, Antrim, NIR. Died 1975-1110 (cancer). 1925 1 Toronto Ulster United FC 5 1928 QF Toronto Ulster United FC 2 1933 QF McIntyre Mines 3

1924 SF Cumberland FC

6

RH IR /

CLULOW, JOE

1933 QF Halifax Royal Navy

11

1931 QF Saskatoon Thistle

CLARKE,

COCKRILL,

OL

CHRISTIE, JIMMY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1925 2 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers 1927 1 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers

1935 R1 Toronto Scottish FC

2 2

4

CLARKE, SID “JOCK”

CLARKE,

G1

LB

Played for Canada in 1925 (Internationals in CAN, USA) Born in SCO. 1922 QF Montréal Grenadier Guards 2

1933 QF Halifax Royal Navy

CF / OR

CHILDS, BILLY

CLARKE, ANDY

1935 SF Lethbridge Supinas

RH / CH 6 4 4

MATCHES G/CS

CLARKE, J.

2

CHEDGZOY, SAM

CHEM, JOE

OR

YR RK CLUB

3

RH CH RB IL


CURRIE

6 CS 2

COWIE, DAVE

COOPER, 1913

4 Toronto Old Country

COOPER, 1938

2 Timmins Dome Mines

COOPER, ALEC

1920 SF Fort William CPR

COOPER, FRED

1919 SF Port Arthur Pascoes

COOPER, W.

1919 SF Port Arthur Pascoes

CORLETT,

1929 QF Vancouver St. Saviours

3 5 4 3 3 2

CORRIE, WILLIAM

IL IL

G1

LB

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1920 1 Hamilton Westinghouse

IR IR

G1

IR

COSTAIN,

COULE, JEAN 1928

2 Montréal CNR

COULSTRING,

1935 QF Halifax St. George’s Aces

COULTER,

1926 SF Toronto Willys-Overland

OL

G2

3

COULTER, JACK “JOCK”

OR CF

3x Dominion of Canada Championship winner John Smith Coulter. Born 1902-01-23 in Hamilton, Lanarkshire, SCO. Also grew up in Victoria, BC, CAN. Died in White Rock, BC, CAN on 1960-11-15. 1928 1 Westminster Royals FC 6 G 15 1930 1 Westminster Royals FC 6 G 8 1931 X Westminster Royals FC X 1934 QF Westminster Royals FC 3 G 5 1936 1 Westminster Royals FC 4 G 13 Hero of the Connaught Series in 1928 Top Scorer of the Connaught Series 1928, 1930, 1936

COUPLAND, JACK

1931 SF Winnipeg Irish FC 1933 QF Winnipeg Irish FC

COUPLAND,

1938 QF Calgary Callies

COURAGE,

1927 QF Fort Rouge Rangers

COWAN, DON

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Saskatoon, SK, CAN 1933 QF Vancouver Cowan-Dodson FC 1939 1 Vancouver Radials

4 6 2 2

CRAIG, W.

1919 SF Port Arthur Pascoes

CRAIG, WILLIE 1939

2 Montréal Carsteel FC

CRAIG, 1914

OL

G1 G3

LH RH

CH / RH

IL

2

3 Toronto Eaton’s

LB 4

LH

3

IR

8

G2

GK

4 CS 2

CRAIG,

LH

1921 QF Fort William

CRAIGIE, CHIC

CRAWFORD, JOCK

1930 SF Hamilton Thistle FC

CREE, SAMUEL 1924

1

CF

CRAIG, TOMMY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1919 1 Montréal Grand Trunk FC

1 7

CRAIG, J.

LB G1

OL

2

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1927 1 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers 5 G 6 Hero & Top Scorer of the Connaught Series in 1927 1937 QF Montréal Glen Yards

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Selected to play for Canada in 1916 (match canceled) Born 1888-05-03 in Motherwell, SCO. Died 1964-04-03. 1915 1 Winnipeg Scottish 4 G 1 Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1938 1 North Shore United FC

1921 QF Calgary Callies

2 Beloeil Canadian Explosives

CROOK, L.

1924 QF Calgary Hillhurst FC

CUIN, 1914

4 Lachine (Montréal)

CULVERHOUSE,

1922 QF Regina Mounted Police

CH / LH 4 4

CH OL

5

G1

LB

2 1

OR LB

2

CUMMING, TOMMY

RB

2x Dominion of Canada Championship (1938, 1949) Died (age 53) in Vancouver on 1967-06-13. 1938 1 North Shore United FC 11

CUMMINGS, BILL

1932 QF Regina CNR

CUMMINGS,

1934 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC

CUMMINGS,

1920 QF Regina Soccerites

CURRIE, JOHNNY 1925 1926 1927 1934 1935

SF SF 2 QF SF

Fort William War Veterans Fort William Great War Veterans Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Westford Wanderers Fort William Westfort Wanderers

CONNAUGHT

COWIE, BILLY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1920 1 Hamilton Westinghouse

CHAMPIONSHIP

GK

COOMBE, A

MATCHES G/CS

2 7 2

LEGENDS

YR RK CLUB

OR

G1

RH

FOOTBALLERS

MATCHES G/CS

LB GK

1 2 4 3 CS 2 4

3 8

113

CLUBS

YR RK CLUB


YR RK CLUB

MATCHES G/CS

D’EASUM, JACK

YR RK CLUB

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1930 1 Westminster Royals FC 7 1931 1 Westminster Royals FC 2

OL

DAWSON, JIMMIE

G2 G1

DAWSON, R.

DALEY,

RH

1920

2 Winnipeg Brittania

DALRYMPLE, BOBBY

1928 QF Saskatoon Thistle 1935 QF Saskatoon Thistle

DANDLE,

1935 R1 Toronto Scottish FC

DAVIDSON,

1939 QF Edmonton Civics

DAVIDSON,

1926 SF Regina Post

DAVIDSON,

1929 QF Oshawa General Motors

2

OR / IL

2 2

3 2 2 2

G1

RH

G1

LB GK LB

DAVIDSON,

OL

DAVIES, MILTON “TUFFY”

CF

1921 SF Montréal CPR

Born 1899-09-19 in Black Diamond, WA, USA. Died in Longview, WA, USA on 1970-01-27. 1921 2 Ladysmith FC 6 G 1 1926 2 Cumberland Canadian Collieries 8 G 5

DAVIS, FRANK

1929 2 Winnipeg United Weston FC 1930 SF Winnipeg Hearts 1938 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC

DAVIS, GEORGE

GK

7 CS 2 4 CS 2 7 CS 2

CF / OL

Played for England. Dominion of Canada Championship winner George Henry Davis. Born 1881-06-05 in Alfreton, ENG. Died 1969-04-28. 1922 1 Calgary Hillhurst FC 2 1924 QF Calgary Hillhurst FC 2

DAVIS, JESSE “TAFFY”

Born in Abercynon, WAL. Died 1992-12-21. 1937 SF Sudbury Frood Mines Tigers

DAVIS, TAFFY TUFFY 1934

2 Prince Albert City Reds

CF 2 6

DAVISON, BILL

CF

G5

RB

Dominion of Canada Championship winner (1946) 1937 2 Toronto Ulster United FC 8 G 1 1938 SF Toronto Ulster United FC 4 1939 QF Toronto Ulster United FC 2

DAVISON, J.R. 1914

5 Regina Leader

4

DAWSON,

Born in BC, CAN 1933 QF Vancouver Cowan-Dodson FC

DAWSON, ANDY 1931

114

2 Toronto Scottish FC

CF IL

3

G2

OR / IL

4

G1

MATCHES G/CS

1933 QF McIntyre Mines 1924 QF Moose Jaw CPR

DEAN, JERRY

1913 3 Fort William CPR 1920 SF Fort William CPR

DEBNAM,

1925 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC

DELANY, AUSTIN

2 1 3 3 2

LH OR OR G3

LB

LH / CH

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1898-09-15 in London, ENG. Died 1958-12-04. 1928 1 Westminster Royals FC 6 1930 1 Westminster Royals FC 7 1931 X Westminster Royals FC X 1934 QF Westminster Royals FC 4

DELUCE, FRED

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1922 1 Calgary Hillhurst FC 1924 SF Cumberland FC 1930 QF Calgary Hillhurst FC

DEMPSEY, DAN 1932

2 North Shore United FC

DENNIS, 1913

2 Lachine (Montréal)

OR 7 4 2

G3

5

G1

3

CF

CH

DERBY, EDDIE

GK

DERBY, JIMMY

IR

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1902-04-16 in Banbridge, Down, NIR. Died in Winnipeg on 1970-07-28. Brother Jimmy Derby. 1924 1 Winnipeg United Weston FC 6 CS 4 1925 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 4 CS 2 1926 1 Winnipeg United Weston FC 8 CS 3 Hero of the Connaught Series in 1926 Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in NIR. Brother Eddie Derby. 1922 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 1924 1 Winnipeg United Weston FC 1925 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC

DEVEY, J.

1933 SF Calgary CPR

DEWAR, GEORGE

1934 QF Westminster Royals FC

1 6 3 6 5

DEWAR,

1921 QF Fort William 1925 SF Fort William War Veterans 1

DEWELL,

1933 QF Winnipeg Irish FC

6

DICK, ALEC

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1915 1 Winnipeg Scottish

G1

RH RB CH RB RB

4


DUGUID

DICKENS, ERNIE

G3 G3 G2

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1932 1 Toronto Scottish FC 1933 1 Toronto Scottish FC 1934 QF Toronto Scottish FC 1935 R1 Toronto Scottish FC

G1

DONALDSON, A.

LH

Ice hockey Stanley Cup winner (1942) Ernest Leslie Dickens. Born 1921-06-25 in Winnipeg. Died in Oakville, ON, CAN on 1985-09-27. Brother Cliff Dickens 1938 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 7 G 2

DICKENSON, TOMMY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1914 2 Fort William CPR 1915 SF Fort William CPR 1922 QF Nanaimo City FC 1923 1 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers 1925 2 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers 1933 R1 Fort William Canadian Legion 1936 QF Fort William Canadian Legion

DICKIE, L. 1921

2 Ladysmith FC

DICKSON,

RB / IR 4 2 2 7 7 3 2

G1 G2

1935 SF Lethbridge Supinas

DOUGALL, NEIL

1929 QF Oshawa General Motors

DOUGALL, T.

1929 QF Oshawa General Motors

DOUGLAS, J. 1921 1926

2 Ladysmith FC 2 Cumberland Canadian Collieries

DRABBLE,

1920 SF Fort William CPR 1924 SF Fort William CPR

DRAKE, WALLY

1924 SF Cumberland FC 1926 2 Cumberland Canadian Collieries

1

LH / OL / CF

DRINKWATER,

1930 QF Calgary Hillhurst FC

DRIVER, VIC

1920 QC Montréal CPR 2 1921 SF Montréal CPR 1922 QF Montréal Grenadier Guards 1

G1

DICKSON, C.

RH

DRUMMOND, CHUCK

RH

DRUMMOND, TOM

1927 SF Brantford Cockshutt FC Blues

3

DIERDEN, FRED

Played for Canada in 1924 (Tour of Australia) Played for Canada in 1925 (Internationals in CAN, USA) Born 1895-09-16 in Earlstown, Lancashire, ENG. Died in Toronto on 1960-07-01. 1922 2 Toronto Ulster United FC 4 1926 SF Toronto Willys-Overland 4 G 1

DINGLEY, R.C.

Born in Bristol, ENG 1927 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion 1928 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion

DITCHBURN,

1932 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion

DOBSON, JACK

1924 QF Mimico Beach FC

DODDS,

1925 QF Calgary CPR

DON, BOBBY

1920 QF Regina Soccerites 1921 SF Regina Post

DON, ROBERT 1920

2 Winnipeg Brittania

DONALD, JOHNNY 1913

4 Toronto Old Country

LH

2 2

CH FB LH

IR / IL

1 4 8 3

1936 R1 Hamilton Stelco 1936 R1 Hamilton Stelco

DRUMMOND,

1934 QF Toronto Scottish FC

DRUMMOND,

1936 QF Montréal Hamilton United

DUDAR, MIKE 1934

1 2 2

1928 SF Winnipeg Westbrook 1937 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC

G1

OL OR

2 Prince Albert City Reds

DUDAR,

1931 SF Winnipeg Irish FC

DUFF,

IL 5 9 4 2 4 2 2 0 1

G2 G2

RB OR IL IL G2

LB / LH 3 1 4 8 2

LH CF

IR / RH

3 3 3 3 4 3 9 4

LB CF CF

G1

IL OL LH

IR / IL

Selected to play for Canada in 1916 (match canceled) 1920 QC Montréal CPR 2 1921 SF Montréal CPR

DUFFIELD, HARRY 1933

2 Prince Albert City Reds

DUGUID, JAMES “JOCK”

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1928 2 Montréal CNR 1929 1 Montréal CNR 1930 2 Montréal CNR 1933 SF Montréal CNR 1934 1 Verdun Park FC

CONNAUGHT

7 4 8 1 6

DONALD, NORMAN

CHAMPIONSHIP

CF / OR

Born in Winnipeg. Died 2000-09-09. Brother Ernie Dickens 1929 2 Winnipeg United Weston FC 1930 SF Winnipeg Hearts 1936 2 Winnipeg United Weston FC 1937 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 1938 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC

MATCHES G/CS

6

LEGENDS

DICKENS, CLIFF “SLIP”

YR RK CLUB

FOOTBALLERS

MATCHES G/CS

OL

G3

LB / LH CLUBS

YR RK CLUB

7 4 5 5 4

115


YR RK CLUB

MATCHES G/CS

DUNCAN,

1934 QF Edmonton Radials

1

DUNLOP, BILLY

1930 SF Hamilton Thistle FC

4

DUNLOP, BOBBIE

LB GK

1935 SF Lethbridge Supinas

4 CS 2

DUNLOP, J.

1923 QF Coleman

2

DUNLOP, ROBERT 1939

RB

2 Montréal Carsteel FC

3

DUNO,

1927 QF Fort Rouge Rangers

RH LB

RH / CH

EADIE, DAVE

1934 SF Sudbury Frood Mines Tigers 1936 SF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons 1937 SF Sudbury Frood Mines Tigers

2 1 2 4

RB / LB

ECCLES,

G4

OL / CF

1921 QF Fort William 1924 SF Fort William CPR 2

EDMUNDS, ERNIE “FATS”

LB

Played for Canada in 1927 (Tour of New Zealand) Born 1902-10-17 in Nanaimo, BC, CAN. Died in Vancouver on 1956-10-27. 1925 2 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers 7 1935 2 Nanaimo City FC 6

EDWARDS,

1921 QF Halifax

ELLIOTT, W.

1924 QF Moose Jaw CPR

ELLIOTT,

1920 QF Regina Soccerites

ELRICK, JAMES

1929 QF Oshawa General Motors

ENTWHISTLE, CHARLES 1913 3 Fort William CPR 1915 SF Fort William CPR

EPSTEIN, MAX “RED”

1938 QF Montréal Carsteel FC 1939 2 Montréal Carsteel FC

116

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 9

1920 QF Regina Soccerites 1921 SF Regina Post

ETTS,

1934 QF Edmonton Radials

FAIRLEY, ART 1921

2 Ladysmith FC

FAIRLEY, 1934

2 Prince Albert City Reds

FALLON, PADDY

OL / LB 4 2 1 3 1 5 6 3 1

FALLS, FASO,

1938 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC

FEATHERSTONE, E. 1915

2 Toronto Lancashire

G1 G1

CF G1

CH CH

G1

RH CH GK

IR / LH

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1935 1 Montréal Aldred 10 1937 QF Montréal Glen Yards 2 Top Scorer of the Connaught Series in 1935 1933 QF Halifax Royal Navy

CF / OL 1 7 2

ERRINGTON,

FALCONER,

Born 1897-02-28 in Larbert, Stillingshire, SCO. 1928 QF Toronto Ulster United FC 2

EARLEY, ALBERT “RED”

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1931 2 Toronto Scottish FC 1932 1 Toronto Scottish FC

1936 R1 Hamilton Stelco

OR / RH / LB

1923 SF Fort William War Veterans 1925 SF Fort William War Veterans 1926 SF Fort William Great War Veterans 1927 2 Fort William Canadian Legion

ERASMUSSON, GEORGE

FAIRLEY, ART “SANDY”

1934 QF Fort William Westford Wanderers 4 1935 SF Fort William Westfort Wanderers 5 1938 QF Fort William Westfort Wanderers 2

DYKES, B.

MATCHES G/CS

1935 QF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons

0

DUPUIS, FRASER

YR RK CLUB

2

G8

CH

3 0

FELL, ART

Born 1896-03-14 in Bradford, ENG. Died in 1932. 1927 SF Brantford Cockshutt FC Blues 4

CF G5

FELTON,

RH

1923 SF Fort William War Veterans

FERGUSON,

1921 QF Halifax

RH

FERGUSON,

CF

FERNIE, JOCK

CH

FIDLER, ERNIE

1922 QF Montréal Grenadier Guards 1938

2 Timmins Dome Mines

1 2 2 5

CF

G3

IR IR

G2

IL

GK

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Long Island, NY, USA 1921 1 Toronto Scottish FC

G1

GK

FINDLAY, W.

1919 SF Port Arthur Pascoes

RH

G1

RB

FINDLAY,

1919 SF Port Arthur Pascoes

2 1

GK


FOXON

CF / CH

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Thornliebank, Renfrewshire, SCO. Died on 1965-06-04. 1928 2 Montréal CNR 7 G 10 1929 1 Montréal CNR 6 G 7 1930 2 Montréal CNR 5 G 2 1931 QF Montréal Carsteel FC 3 1936 QF Montréal Hamilton United 3 Hero & Top Scorer of the Connaught Series in 1929

FIRMAN,

1915 SF Fort William CPR

FISH, JOE

1923 QF Coleman

FITTON, 1913

2 Lachine (Montréal)

FITZPATRICK, ALLAN

LB

2

LB

2

IL

3

G1

LH / RH

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1909-06-29 in Montréal. Died 1990-10-12. Father Peter Fitzpatrick, brothers Davy, Larry, and Charlie Fitzpatrick. 1934 1 Verdun Park FC 3 1935 1 Montréal Aldred 11

FITZPATRICK, CHARLIE

OR

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1907-08-08 in Montréal. Died 1997-06-23. Father Peter Fitzpatrick, brothers Davy, Larry, and Allan Fitzpatrick. 1934 1 Verdun Park FC 7 G 1 1935 1 Montréal Aldred 11 G 4 Hero of the Connaught Series in 1935

FITZPATRICK, DAVY

GK / IR

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1903 in Montréal Father Peter Fitzpatrick, brothers Larry, Charlie, and Allan Fitzpatrick. 1934 1 Verdun Park FC 2

FITZPATRICK, PETE “LARRY”

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1905-10-23 in Montréal. Died 1946-05-17. Father Peter Fitzpatrick, brothers Davy, Charlie and Allan Fitzpatrick. 1932 SF Montréal Blue Bonnets 2 1934 1 Verdun Park FC 8 1935 1 Montréal Aldred 11 1937 QF Montréal Glen Yards 2 Top Scorer of the Connaught Series in 1934

1935 QF Halifax St. George’s Aces

FLANAGAN, 1913 1914

2 Lachine (Montréal) 4 Lachine (Montréal)

1921 QF Fort William

FLYE,

1934 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC

FORD,

1926 SF Toronto Willys-Overland

FORD,

1937 QF Montréal Glen Yards

FORD, ARTHUR

1926 QF Montréal CPR 1927 QF Montréal CPR 1932 SF Montréal Blue Bonnets

6 1 2 1 2 2

Played for Canada in 1924 (Tour of Australia) Born 1900-06-15 in Walworth, ENG. 1925 QF Regina Post 2

FOREMAN, J.

1926 QF Montréal CPR 1927 QF Montréal CPR

FORMAN,

1919 SF Port Arthur Pascoes

2 1 2

FORSYTH, CHARLES

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Helensborough, SCO 1915 1 Winnipeg Scottish

FOSTER, JIMMY 1938

2 Timmins Dome Mines

FOSTER,

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1922 QF Nanaimo City FC 1923 1 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers 1926 2 Cumberland Canadian Collieries 1927 1 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers

FOX,

1921 QF Halifax

FOXON, JOHNNY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1923 SF Fort Rouge Rangers 1924 1 Winnipeg United Weston FC 1927 QF Fort Rouge Rangers

LH LB IR

G1

OL LB

G1

CF G1

IL

G1

GK OL

4

FOSTER, FREDDIE

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Ingleton, Durham, ENG 1922 1 Calgary Hillhurst FC 1930 QF Calgary Hillhurst FC

OL

OL / CF

FORD, LESLIE

FOWLER, ALEX “FOXY”

G2 G8 G8 G2

3 3

FLEMING,

1920 QF Regina Soccerites

CF

2

CONNAUGHT

FINLAYSON, BILL

FLACKNELL,

CHAMPIONSHIP

CF / OR

3x Dominion of Canada Championship winner William Henry Findler. Born 1905-06-12 in Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire, ENG. Died in Burnaby, BC, CAN on 1982-12-30. 1928 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion 2 G 3 1929 SF Edmonton CNR 4 G 3 1931 1 Westminster Royals FC 2 G 1 1936 1 Westminster Royals FC 5 G 2 1938 1 North Shore United FC 8

MATCHES G/CS

G2

LEGENDS

FINDLER, BILL

YR RK CLUB

RB 5 2 4 2

IR RH

CF / OL 2 7 8 6 2

FOOTBALLERS

MATCHES G/CS

G3 G2 G5

CH

LH / RH 4 6 2

117

CLUBS

YR RK CLUB


YR RK CLUB

MATCHES G/CS

FOY, JOHN

RH / CH

FRAME, A.

CH

Played for Canada in 1925 (International in CAN) 1922 QF Montréal Grenadier Guards 2 1921 QF Calgary Callies 1923 QF Coleman

1 2

FRANCE, JIMMY

1934 SF Sudbury Frood Mines Tigers

FRANCIS,

1937 QF Edmonton Civics 1928 QF Toronto Ulster United FC 1939 SF Winnipeg Irish FC

3

4 Lachine (Montréal)

FREEMAN,

1936 SF Calgary Callies

4 1

FRIER, W

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1919 1 Montréal Grand Trunk FC

FYFE,

1920 QF Regina Soccerites 1921 SF Regina Post

GALBRAITH, 1938

2 Timmins Dome Mines

GALBRAITH, JIMMIE

1934 QF Toronto Scottish FC

GALLOWAY, JIMMY

2

GARDINER, BRUCE

1939 SF Winnipeg Irish FC

1

GARDINER, GEORGE

LH CH

GK IL IR

G1

IL LB

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Selected to play for Canada in 1916 (match canceled) Born in Ayr, SCO. He moved to Canada in 1904. 1915 1 Winnipeg Scottish 4

GARDINER, TOMMY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1920 1 Hamilton Westinghouse

GARDNER,

1932 SF Montréal Blue Bonnets

GARRETT, FRED

1930 QF Saskatoon Sons of England

118

LH 6 2 2

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1920 1 Hamilton Westinghouse

GARVIN, TOM

1932 SF Montréal Blue Bonnets

IR CH

RB IR

1 2

OL

GATLEY, JOHN

Born in Montréal 1928 2 Montréal CNR 1935

0

2 Nanaimo City FC

6

3 CS 1

GEE,

2

GELDART, TEDDY 1926 1929 1931 1934

QF SF QF QF

RB GK

Born 1907-12-15. Died 1954-08-28. 1933 QF McIntyre Mines 1923 QF Regina Imperial Oil

IR / IL

Played for Canada in 1925 (International in CAN) Played for Canada in 1926 (International in USA) Born in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, SCO 1928 QF Toronto Ulster United FC 2

6

GARSIDE,

GAW, HUGHIE

4

6

2 North Shore United FC

CH

LB

2 4

1932

GAVIN, ANDY

3 2 2

MATCHES G/CS

GARRIOCH, NORMAN

GK

LB / RB / CH

FREE, 1914

IR

2 CS 1

FRASER, “BIG” BILL

1928 QF Saskatoon Thistle 1931 QF Saskatoon Thistle 1935 QF Saskatoon Thistle

9 CS 1 2

FRASER, ALEX

FRASER, JACK

GK

YR RK CLUB

Edmonton CNR Edmonton CNR Edmonton CNR Edmonton Radials

2 5 2 2

GEMMELL, JIMMY

LH RB

LH

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1911-10-24 in Denver, CO, USA. Grew up in Vancouver, BC, CAN. Died on 1999-02-15. 1934 QF Westminster Royals FC 4 1936 1 Westminster Royals FC 5

G1 G4

GEORGE, JOE

LH

1927 SF Brantford Cockshutt FC Blues

4

GERVAN,

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1925 1 Toronto Ulster United FC

GIBB, JIMMY “CUTEY”

6 2

GIBBONS, F.

2 Ladysmith FC

GIBBONS, 1930 1932 1934 1936

QF QF QF QF

1913 1914

2 Lachine (Montréal) 4 Lachine (Montréal)

GIBSON,

1924 QF Mimico Beach FC

GILCHRIST, C 1914

0

3 Toronto Eaton’s

GILHEN,

1933 QF Halifax Royal Navy

OL

CH / CF / IR

Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Westford Wanderers Fort William Canadian Legion

GIBSON,

1

OR / RH

1933 SF Calgary CPR 1936 SF Calgary Callies 1921

OR

2 1 3 2

IR / IL

3 4

2 4 2

RH LB GK


GRASSAM

CF

4

G1

GILLESPIE, HUGHIE

Died in 1935 1933 2 Prince Albert City Reds 1934 2 Prince Albert City Reds

GILLETT, HARRY

1927 SF Saskatoon Sons of England

LB 9 10 4

RB

GILLIES,

LB

GILVEAR, BILLY

OR

1921 SF Montréal CPR

GRAHAM, GEORGE

CF

GRAHAM, JAMES

RB

Played for Canada in 1926 (International in USA) Selected to play for Canada in 1927 (he did not travel) Born 1902-04-01 in Londonderry, NIR. Grew up in Edmonton. Died in Toronto on 1966-08-07. Brothers Jimmy and Bobby Graham. 1924 SF Cumberland FC 4 G 2 1928 QF Toronto Ulster United FC 2 1937 2 Toronto Ulster United FC 8 G 6 1938 SF Toronto Ulster United FC 4 G 5 1939 QF Toronto Ulster United FC 2 Top Scorer of the Connaught Series in 1937

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1891-10-06 in Bristol, ENG. Died in Hamilton on 1929-10-11 (pneumonia). 1920 1 Hamilton Westinghouse 6 G 3

Grew up in SCO 1928 2 Montréal CNR 1936 QF Montréal Hamilton United

GIVENS, W

Born in Londonderry, NIR. Grew up in Edmonton. Died in Edmonton on 1962-10-27. Brothers George and Bobby Graham 1926 QF Edmonton CNR 2 G 1 1929 SF Edmonton CNR 5 G 4 1931 QF Edmonton CNR 2 1932 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion 2 1934 QF Edmonton Radials 2

1914

3 Toronto Eaton’s

LH

4

GOODHEART, CECIL “CECE”

2x Dominion of Canada Championship (1938, 1947) Son Robbie Goodheart 1938 1 North Shore United FC 11

GOODMAN, ART

LH

OL / OR

1934 QF Fort William Westford Wanderers 4 1935 SF Fort William Westfort Wanderers 5 1938 QF Fort William Westfort Wanderers 2

G2

GORDON, HARRY

CH

1924 QF Mimico Beach FC

GORDON, TIM “TIGER”

1938 QF Montréal Carsteel FC 1939 2 Montréal Carsteel FC

2

RH / GK

2 9 CS 2

GOUDY, GEORGE

Grew up in NIR. 1923 2 Montréal CPR

OR 7

GOUGH, SAMMY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1922 1 Calgary Hillhurst FC

GOULD, J.

1923 QF Coleman

GRAHAM,

1915 SF Montréal Grand Trunk FC

GRAHAM, ALEX

1921 QF Fort Rouge Rangers 1927 QF Fort Rouge Rangers

GRAHAM, BOBBY

IR 5

G1

2 2

GRAHAM, JOHNNY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in SCO 1931 2 Toronto Scottish FC 1933 1 Toronto Scottish FC 1934 QF Toronto Scottish FC 1935 R1 Toronto Scottish FC

IR / IL

RH / LH 5 9 4 3

GRANT,

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1914 1 Norwood Wanderers

OL 4

GRANT, GREGOR

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1922 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 1924 1 Winnipeg United Weston FC 1926 SF Fort William Great War Veterans 1927 2 Fort William Canadian Legion

OL 5 5 2 4

GRANT, SAMMY

0 2

GRAHAM, JIMMY

0 1

RH IL

IL / IR

Robert Nelson Graham. Born in Londonderry, ENG. Grew up in Edmonton. Died 1991-01-30. Brothers George and Jimmy Graham. 1932 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion 2 1934 QF Edmonton Radials 2 G 1 1937 QF Edmonton Civics 2 G 1 1939 QF Edmonton Civics 2 G 1

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1925 1 Toronto Ulster United FC 1928 QF Toronto Ulster United FC

GRANT, WILLIE

1938 QF Fort William Westfort Wanderers

6 2

IL / OL

2

Born 1908-10-10 in Falkirk, Stirlingshire, SCO Brothers Billy and Sammy Grassam 1934 SF Sudbury Frood Mines Tigers 2 Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in 1910 in Falkirk, Stirlingshire, SCO Brothers Archibald and Sammy Grassam 1933 1 Toronto Scottish FC 1934 SF Sudbury Frood Mines Tigers

G2

IL

GRASSAM, ARCHIBALD “PERCH”

GRASSAM, BILLY “BULLDOG”

CONNAUGHT

2 Winnipeg Great War Veterans

CHAMPIONSHIP

1919

MATCHES G/CS

LEGENDS

GILLES, S.

YR RK CLUB

FOOTBALLERS

MATCHES G/CS

RH

LH / RH 2 2

119

CLUBS

YR RK CLUB


YR RK CLUB

MATCHES G/CS

GRASSAM, SAMMY “SMILER”

LH

Born in Falkirk, Stirlingshire, SCO. Died 2003-04-04. Brothers Archibald and Billy Grassam 1937 SF Sudbury Frood Mines Tigers 3

GRAY, 1913 1914

2 Lachine (Montréal) 4 Lachine (Montréal)

GRAY, ALEC

1933 QF McIntyre Mines 1934 SF Sudbury Frood Mines Tigers 1937 SF Sudbury Frood Mines Tigers

GRAY, W

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1934 QF Westminster Royals FC 1936 1 Westminster Royals FC

GREEN, DICKIE

1914 2 Fort William CPR 1920 SF Fort William CPR 1923 SF Fort William War Veterans 1925 SF Fort William War Veterans

3 4 3 9 3

RH

GREEN, JACK

HALL, ARTHUR

G1

G3

OL / IL G1 G4 G3

GREGG, JIMMY

OR

GREGORY, JACK

1938 QF Montréal Carsteel FC

GREGORY,

1926 QF Edmonton CNR

2 2

GREGSON,

Born in Vancouver 1933 QF Vancouver Cowan-Dodson FC

G1

GK RH LB

3

GREY, GEORGE “UKE”

IL

Dominion of Canada Championship winner (1949) Born in Nanaimo 1935 2 Nanaimo City FC 6 G 2

GRIMBIE,

1939 QF Edmonton Civics

1

GROVES,

1921 SF Montréal CPR

HAGEN,

1929 QF Oshawa General Motors

HAGEN, JIMMY

1928 QF Toronto Ulster United FC

120

2

LH IR

OR / LH 2

HALES, LEN

G3

OL

5

1932 SF Winnipeg Manitoba Telephones

HALL,

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1934 QF Westminster Royals FC 5 1937 1 Vancouver Johnston Storage 8 1939 1 Vancouver Radials 9 1922 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC

1935 QF Winnipeg United Weston FC

OL

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Blackpool, Lancashire, ENG. Moved to Canada in 1925. Died 1960-12-10. 1929 1 Montréal CNR 6 G 1 1930 2 Montréal CNR 5 G 3

GREER, HUGH “BOOEY”

HAGUE,

1935 R1 Toronto Scottish FC

CF / OL 4 3 2 1

MATCHES G/CS

HAIG, JIMMY

OR / OL 4 3

YR RK CLUB

1924 QF Mimico Beach FC 1927 SF Saskatoon Sons of England 1930 QF Saskatoon Sons of England

3 4 3 1 4 2

HALL, FREDDY

Born in Newcastle-on-Tyne, ENG 1929 SF Edmonton CNR

HALLAM, AB

1935 R1 Toronto Scottish FC 1937 SF Sudbury Frood Mines Tigers

HALLAM, ERNIE

1925 QF Regina Post 1926 SF Regina Post

HALLAM, FREDDIE 1921 SF Regina Post 1925 QF Regina Post 1926 SF Regina Post

LH IR RB IL IL IL

5 3 3 1 1 4 2 2

HALLIWELL, ART

G1

GK OR RH

GK

Played for Canada in 1921 (International in CAN) Played for Canada in 1925 (Internationals in CAN, USA) Born 1897-02-13 in Manchester, ENG. Grew up in Toronto. Died in Toronto on 1964-05-18. 1931 2 Toronto Scottish FC 7

HAMILL,

1932 SF Winnipeg Manitoba Telephones

HAMMETT, BILLY 1915

2 Toronto Lancashire

3 4

HAMMOND, ERNIE

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1903-11-27 in Vancouver. Died 1976-12-25. 1929 QF Vancouver St. Saviours 2 1931 1 Westminster Royals FC 6 Top Scorer of the Connaught Series in 1931

HAMPTON, J.

1924 QF Moose Jaw CPR

HAMPTON, BILL

1933 QF McIntyre Mines 1938 2 Timmins Dome Mines

2 3 5

HAMPTON, BOBBY

Born in Winnipeg 1933 QF Winnipeg Irish FC 1939 SF Winnipeg Irish FC

OL CF G6

LH LB CF

4 3

HANCOX,

Born in ENG 1928 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion

LH

0

G3 G1


HEYLAND

HANNAH, ANDREW

Grew up in SCO 1932 2 North Shore United FC

HARKNESS,

1926 QF Montréal CPR

HARLAND,

1926 SF Toronto Willys-Overland

LH LB

4

HARLEY, BOB

OR CH CH

Played for Canada in 1924 (Tour of Australia) Robert Walkinshaw Harley. Born 1888-09-08 in Johnstown, SCO. Died in Winnipeg on 1958-06-26. 1922 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 5

HARMON, 1920

2 Winnipeg Brittania

HARPER,

1936 QF Fort William Canadian Legion

GK

5 CS 2 2

HARRIS, BOBBY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1915 SF Montréal Grand Trunk FC 1919 1 Montréal Grand Trunk FC

HARRIS, FRANK 1925

2 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers

OR

G1

GK 2 4 CS 2 7

HARRISON, BOB

1927 SF Saskatoon Sons of England

HARRISON, JACK

1927 SF Saskatoon Sons of England

0 4

HARVEY, TREVOR

1924

2 Beloeil Canadian Explosives

HASTLE,

1931 SF Winnipeg Irish FC

HAWKINS,

1922 QF Regina Mounted Police

HAXBY, BOB

1939 QF Edmonton Civics

HAYES, W.

1928 QF Saskatoon Thistle

4 2 2

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1934 1 Verdun Park FC

HEAPS, JIMMY 1926

2 Cumberland Canadian Collieries

2 2

LB

IR RB RH CF

G2

GK

RH

1 8

CH G2

RH

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1937 1 Vancouver Johnston Storage

8

HENDERSON, FRANK

RH / IR

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Died in 1934 (pleurisy) 1928 2 Montréal CNR 1929 1 Montréal CNR 1930 2 Montréal CNR 1933 SF Montréal CNR

HENDERSON, GEORGE 1932

2 North Shore United FC

HENDERSON,

1929 QF Regina Scottish

HENDRY,

CF

LH

IL

HEATH, HORACE

LB

CH

3

1923 QF Regina Imperial Oil

HENDRY, JIMMIE

4x Dominion of Canada Championship (inc. 1949) Born 1916-09-07 in Vancouver. Died in Salmon Arm on 1988-07-24. 1936 1 Westminster Royals FC 5 1937 1 Vancouver Johnston Storage 8 1938 1 North Shore United FC 11 G 4 Hero of the Connaught Series in 1938

HASLETT, J

HAZEL,

OL

G2

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1910-11-08 in Ashington, ENG. Grew up in North Vancouver. Died on 2006-01-17. 1938 1 North Shore United FC 10

HARRISON, F.

1935 QF Halifax St. George’s Aces

HEANEY,

6 2

HAYES,

1933 QF McIntyre Mines 1929 QF Vancouver St. Saviours

HENRY, J. 1919 1920 1925 1926 1927 1929

SF SF SF SF 2 SF

Port Arthur Pascoes Fort William CPR Fort William War Veterans Fort William Great War Veterans Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Canadian Legion

HERDMAN, TOM

1924 QF Mimico Beach FC

HERLINVEAUX, HENRY 1921

2 Ladysmith FC

HERRING, BERT

1926 SF Toronto Willys-Overland

HERSHFIELD, MAX 1936

2 Winnipeg United Weston FC

HEWITSON, JOHNNY

1936 2 Winnipeg United Weston FC 1937 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC

CONNAUGHT

2 0

7 6 4 5 2

G1 G1

IR CF

2

G1

3

G3

2 3 3 1 0 3 2 2 5 4 5

CHAMPIONSHIP

1932 SF Montréal Blue Bonnets 1938 QF Montréal Carsteel FC

MATCHES G/CS

IL

LB OR

LEGENDS

HANNA, TOMMY

YR RK CLUB

G2

GK OL LB

G2

LH

FOOTBALLERS

MATCHES G/CS

RB / LH 5 2

HEWITT, RON

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1938 1 North Shore United FC

HEYLAND, T 1921

2 Ladysmith FC

2 6

OR G2

3 CS 1

121

CLUBS

YR RK CLUB


YR RK CLUB

MATCHES G/CS

HICKEY, JIMMY

1931 QF Saskatoon Thistle 1935 QF Saskatoon Thistle

HICKLING, FRANK

1923 QF Regina Imperial Oil

HILL,

1922 QF Montréal Grenadier Guards

HILTON,

1933 QF Winnipeg Irish FC

HINDS, ISAAC

1939 SF Winnipeg Irish FC

2 0 2 1

HINES, J.

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1923 1 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers

HITCHENS, CHARLIE

LB

HOLMSHAW, BILLY

GK

HORNE,

CF

HOUGH, HARRY

LH CF

2

OL

1924 SF Cumberland FC 1926 2 Cumberland Canadian Collieries

0 8

HODGERT, ALAN

CF / IR

G1

Born 1911-04-12 in Rosser, MB, CAN. Died 1999-02-18 Brothers Jimmy and Eddie Hodgert 1934 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 7 G 1 1935 QF Winnipeg United Weston FC 3 1936 2 Winnipeg United Weston FC 7 G 1 1938 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 7 G 3

HODGERT, EDDIE

IL

Brothers Jimmy and Alan Hodgert 1934 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 1935 QF Winnipeg United Weston FC 1936 2 Winnipeg United Weston FC 1937 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 1938 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC

8 3 8 3 7

HODGERT, JIMMY

IR / LH

Brothers Alan and Eddie Hodgert 1933 QF Winnipeg Irish FC 1937 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC

HODGSON,

1936 QF Fort William Canadian Legion

HOGG, BILL

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1929 QF Vancouver St. Saviours 1931 1 Westminster Royals FC

HOGG,

1929 QF Regina Scottish

HOGUE,

1933 QF Winnipeg Irish FC

HOLLAND, 1914

5 Regina Leader

HOLLINGSWORTH, 1913

2 Lachine (Montréal)

HOLMES,

1932 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion

122

G7 G1

1 3 1

RH

RB / LB 2 6 2 6 4 3 2

MATCHES G/CS

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1934 1 Verdun Park FC 1925 QF Calgary CPR

CH 7 2

1920 SF Fort William CPR

5

HOUISON, GEORGE

0 3

YR RK CLUB

G1

RB LB OL

G1

CF CH LB

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Levern, Fifeshire, SCO. Grew up in Hamilton, ON, CAN 1921 1 Toronto Scottish FC 1925 QF Montréal Carsteel FC

HOWELL, STAN

IR / CF / OR

Born 1896-03-27 in Southampton, ENG 1919 2 Winnipeg Great War Veterans 1920 2 Winnipeg Brittania 1921 QF Fort Rouge Rangers

HOWE,

1922 QF Regina Mounted Police

4 9 2 2

HOYLE,

Born in SCO 1927 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion 1928 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion 1932 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion

HUGHES,

1922 QF Nanaimo City FC

HULME,

G3 G3

IR RB

2 2 2 2

GK LH

1921 QF Halifax

2

HUME, BOBBY

OL / IL

Dominion of Canada Championship winner (1946) Grew up in IRL 1937 2 Toronto Ulster United FC 8 G 3 1938 SF Toronto Ulster United FC 4 1939 QF Toronto Ulster United FC 2 Top Scorer of the Challenge Trophy Series in 1946

HUNT, BILLY 1922

2 Toronto Ulster United FC

HUNTER, FRANK 1932

2 North Shore United FC

4 6

HUNTER, LES

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1937 1 Vancouver Johnston Storage

HUNTER,

OR

1926 QF Edmonton CNR

LB

1929 QF Oshawa General Motors

HURST,

CH G1

OL 2

HUNTER,

Born in Vancouver 1933 QF Vancouver Cowan-Dodson FC

RB

OR 3 2 2

OL RH


JOHNSTON

HUTCHINSON, GEORGE

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1926 1 Winnipeg United Weston FC 1928 SF Winnipeg Westbrook 1935 QF Winnipeg United Weston FC

HUTCHINSON, JACK

1913 4 Toronto Old Country 1919 SF Toronto Old Country 1924 QF Mimico Beach FC 1922 QF Regina Mounted Police

G1

JACKSON, JOHN

IR 8 5 3 3 2 2

HUTCHINSON,

JACKSON, JOE

2

G2

RB

G1 G1

IL

G2

HUTCHISON, BOB

LH / OL

HYSLOP,

OL / OR

1939 SF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons Born in Vancouver 1933 QF Vancouver Cowan-Dodson FC 1939 QF Edmonton Civics

3

3 2

INKSTER, PETER

Peter R. Inkster. Died (age 78) on 1958-02-24. 1935 2 Nanaimo City FC 6

INNES, BILL

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Portobello, SCO 1913 1 Norwood Wanderers 3 1915 1 Winnipeg Scottish 4 Hero of the Connaught Series in 1913

IRVING,

1923 SF Fort William War Veterans 1925 SF Fort William War Veterans

IZATT, 1924 1929 1930 1936

SF SF QF QF

2 1

1928 SF Winnipeg Westbrook

2 2 2 2 4

JACKS, H.

Born in London, ENG 1925 QF Montréal Carsteel FC Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1914 1 Norwood Wanderers

JACKSON, ALBERT

2 Beloeil Canadian Explosives

JACKSON, D.

Born in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, SCO 1914 3 Toronto Eaton’s 1919 SF Toronto Old Country Top Scorer of the Connaught Series in 1919

CH

RB

G1 G1

IL

G1

CH

OR / OL 2 2

1930 SF Winnipeg Hearts

JACKSON, TOM

1923 QF Coleman

JACKSON, WILF

1927 SF Brantford Cockshutt FC Blues

JAMES,

1937 QF Edmonton Civics

JARMAN, KENNETH

1930 QF Saskatoon Sons of England

JEFFERS,

1936 QF Fort William Canadian Legion 1938 QF Fort William Westfort Wanderers

JENNINGS, W.J. “SHIFTY”

CF

3

JACKSON, RED

GK

1

1

2 Beloeil Canadian Explosives

JEFFRIES,

OR

JACKSON,

1924

2 Beloeil Canadian Explosives

G1 G1

IR / CF / OR

Fort William CPR Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Canadian Legion

JACK, DAVIE

1924

G1

1924

G3

1927

2 Fort William Canadian Legion

1930 SF Hamilton Thistle FC 1931 SF Winnipeg Irish FC 1933 QF Winnipeg Irish FC

JESSOP, CHARLES

IL / IR

6 5

G1

CH G1

OR / CF 4

2 4 2 2

G3

LH RB

G1

RH LB

LH / RH 2 2

2 4 4 6

IR

G1

RH G1

IR / IL

Died in 1927 (after suffering injuries in a match) 1925 SF Fort William War Veterans 1 1926 SF Fort William Great War Veterans 2

G1

JESSOP, WALTER

GK

1928 1929 1932 1933 1935

SF SF QF R1 SF

Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Westfort Wanderers

JEWELL, ALANNA

1927 QF Fort Rouge Rangers

JOHNSON, CURLEY

1934 QF Edmonton Radials 1937 QF Edmonton Civics 1939 QF Edmonton Civics

JOHNSON, CY

1936 2 Winnipeg United Weston FC 1939 SF Winnipeg Irish FC

2 2 2 3 CS 1 1 CS 1 1 2 2 2

JOHNSON, JACKIE

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1937 1 Vancouver Johnston Storage 5 1939 1 Vancouver Radials 9

JOHNSTON, T

CF CF

G1

CF / RH 8 3

1920 QC Montréal CPR 2 1921 SF Montréal CPR 1923 2 Montréal CPR 7

CONNAUGHT

2 6

OL

CHAMPIONSHIP

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1922 QF Nanaimo City FC 1923 1 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers

MATCHES G/CS

G7 G1

LEGENDS

HUSBAND, BOBBY

YR RK CLUB

FOOTBALLERS

MATCHES G/CS

OR G5

CF

G1

123

CLUBS

YR RK CLUB


YR RK CLUB

MATCHES G/CS

YR RK CLUB

MATCHES G/CS

LB

KEITH, JAMES

OR

G2

KELLY, G.

JOHNSON, TOMMY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1922 2 Toronto Ulster United FC 1923 QF Toronto Ulster United FC 1925 1 Toronto Ulster United FC

JOHNSON,

4 2 3

GK

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1937 1 Vancouver Johnston Storage 1919 SF Port Arthur Pascoes

KELLY,

1927 QF Fort Rouge Rangers 1934 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC

2 8 CS 2

JOHNSTON, JOHNNY

IR / CF

KELLY,

G3 G1

KELLY,

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1937 1 Vancouver Johnston Storage 8 1939 1 Vancouver Radials 9

JOHNSTONE, BOBBY

1933 QF Winnipeg Irish FC

JOHNSTONE, ROBB

1925 QF Montréal Carsteel FC

JONES, ART 1915

2 Toronto Lancashire

IR / CF

5 0 4

JONES, E

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1920 1 Hamilton Westinghouse

JONES, SAMMY 1915

2 Toronto Lancashire

JONES,

1926 QF Edmonton CNR 1927 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion

JONES,

1921 QF Calgary Callies

JUNOR,

1921 SF Regina Post 1923 QF Regina Imperial Oil

OR

2

LH 4 4

JONES, W

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1920 1 Hamilton Westinghouse

LH

IR

JONES, J.

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1919 1 Montréal Grand Trunk FC

G1

CH IR

5 2 1 2 1 2

KAZOOLIN, PAUL

G2

CH

1931

2 Toronto Scottish FC

CF LB RH

KEIR, PETER

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner Grew up in SCO. Moved to Canada in 1927. 1928 2 Montréal CNR 1929 1 Montréal CNR 1930 2 Montréal CNR 1935 1 Montréal Aldred

124

2

IR

CH / RH 7 6 5 7

1930 QF Fort William Canadian Legion 1934 SF Sudbury Frood Mines Tigers

KEMP,

1931 QF Saskatoon Thistle

3 1 2 6 1

KENNAWAY, JOE

CF

G2

IR CF LH GK GK

Played for Canada in 1926 (International in USA) Played for Scotland Born 1905-01-25 in Montréal, QC, CAN. Died in Johnston, RI, USA on 1969-03-07. 1926 QF Montréal CPR 2 1927 QF Montréal CPR 2

KENNEDY,

1913 4 Toronto Old Country 1936 QF Montréal Hamilton United

KENNEDY, DAVE 1925

2 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers

KENT,

1935 QF Halifax St. George’s Aces

2 3 7 2

KERFOOT, NORM

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1939 1 Vancouver Radials

KERR,

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Changed his last name from Kazoolin to King in 1940. Born in North China. Grew up in BC, CAN 1938 1 North Shore United FC 10

KEARNS,

1925 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC

4

1934 QF Edmonton Radials

IR LH CF IL

4 1

KERR, ADAM “JIGGS”

LB OR

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, SCO. Died in Vancouver on 1947-03-23. 1928 1 Westminster Royals FC 7 G 1 1931 1 Westminster Royals FC 6 G 2

KETTLEY, E.

1924 QF Moose Jaw CPR

KILBRIDE,

1923 SF Fort William War Veterans

KILPATRICK,

1925 QF Calgary CPR

2 2 2

KING, ART

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner Brother Dan King 1924 1 Winnipeg United Weston FC 1925 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 1926 1 Winnipeg United Weston FC 1929 2 Winnipeg United Weston FC 1930 SF Winnipeg Hearts

OL CH RB LB

6 2 8 7 4


LAWLESS

1922

2 Toronto Ulster United FC

KNIGHT, BILL

1935 SF Lethbridge Supinas

KNIGHT, JIMMY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in SCO 1925 2 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers 1927 1 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers 1935 2 Nanaimo City FC

KNILL, ERNEST

1922 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC

KNOWLES, 1915

2 Toronto Lancashire

6 4 8 7 4 4

G1

IL

OL / CF 4

G1

CF / RH 3 6 6 5 4

KULAI, DAN

G2

CF

G4

LH GK

Born 1907-11-10 in YUG. Grew up in Ladysmith. Died in Vancouver on 1980-08-22. 1931 X Westminster Royals FC X

KUSKI,

1932 QF Regina CNR

KYLE,

1926 SF Regina Post

LAING, BOBBY 1920 1921 1925 1926 1929

QF SF QF SF QF

Regina Soccerites Regina Post Regina Post Regina Post Regina Scottish

LAKIE, JOE

1935 SF Lethbridge Supinas

LAMB,

1927 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion

LANE, JOHNNY

1934 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC

LANG,

1938 QF Montréal Carsteel FC

LANG, DICK 1923 1925 1926 1929

QF QF SF QF

Regina Imperial Oil Regina Post Regina Post Regina Scottish

2 1

4 2 2 2 2 2

OR 6 4 8 7 4

LANG, JOHNNY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1925 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 1926 1 Winnipeg United Weston FC

LANGFORD,

1932 SF Winnipeg Manitoba Telephones

4 8

IL / CF

LANGLANDS, D.

GK

W. Langlands. Born in SCO. Moved to Canada in 1923. 1924 2 Beloeil Canadian Explosives 6 CS 4

LANGLEY, GEORGE 1923 2 Montréal CPR 1926 QF Montréal CPR

LANYON, ARTHUR 1932

2 North Shore United FC

LARKIN,

1929 QF Regina Scottish

OL / CF 7 2 6 2

LARSEN, JAMES “SWEDE”

LARSON,

1938 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC

LAURIE,

1937 QF Edmonton Civics 1939 QF Edmonton Civics

IR CH CH

G2

OR OL IR G6 G3

0

LB / RH 2 2

LAVERY, BOBBY

LB

G1 G4

2

CF

OR

G2 G1 G2 G2

IL

LH

2 4 2 2 2

2

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1924 1 Winnipeg United Weston FC 1925 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 1926 1 Winnipeg United Weston FC 1929 2 Winnipeg United Weston FC 1938 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1937 1 Vancouver Johnston Storage 8 1938 1 North Shore United FC 4 Hero of the Connaught Series in 1937

LH / RB

4

LANG, BOB “SCOTTY”

CF

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Robert Lavery. Born 1895 in Lisburn, Antrim, NIR. Also grew up in Toronto. Died in Toronto on 1955-11-03. Brother Phil Lavery. 1922 2 Toronto Ulster United FC 4 G 1 1923 QF Toronto Ulster United FC 2 G 1 1925 1 Toronto Ulster United FC 6 G 3

LAVERY, PHIL

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1897-06-07 in Belfast, NIR. Died 1951-09-03. Brother Bobby Lavery. 1922 2 Toronto Ulster United FC 4 G 1 1923 QF Toronto Ulster United FC 2 G 1 1925 1 Toronto Ulster United FC 6

LAW, ANDY

1936 SF Calgary Callies 1938 QF Calgary Callies

LAWLESS, FRANK

1926 QF Montréal CPR

CONNAUGHT

KING, JIMMY

RB

CHAMPIONSHIP

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner Brother Art King 1924 1 Winnipeg United Weston FC 1925 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 1926 1 Winnipeg United Weston FC 1929 2 Winnipeg United Weston FC 1930 SF Winnipeg Hearts

MATCHES G/CS

LEGENDS

KING, DAN

YR RK CLUB

2 2 1

FOOTBALLERS

MATCHES G/CS

IL G2

RH

125

CLUBS

YR RK CLUB


YR RK CLUB

MATCHES G/CS

LAWLEY, 1914

4 Lachine (Montréal)

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1937 1 Vancouver Johnston Storage 8 1939 1 Vancouver Radials 3

LAWSON,

1928 SF Winnipeg Westbrook

4

LAYCOCK, G 1915

LOGAN,

G1

LONDON,

CF

G4

RH / LH 2 8

LEE, H.

1923 SF Fort Rouge Rangers

2

LEEMING,

1920 SF Fort William CPR

3

LENNON, JOSH

1922 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC

5

LENNON, SAMMY

Born in CAN. 1931 SF Winnipeg Irish FC

LB RB RB

1932 SF Winnipeg Manitoba Telephones

LESLIE, A.

1930 SF Hamilton Thistle FC

4 3

LEWIS, TED

1937 QF Edmonton Civics 1939 QF Edmonton Civics

2 2

LEYS,

1935 QF Winnipeg United Weston FC

1934 SF Sudbury Frood Mines Tigers

3

LINDSAY,

1933 QF Halifax Royal Navy

2

LINN, GEORGE

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1921 2 Ladysmith FC 1923 1 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers

LONE, JOHN (JACK)

3 5 9 7

RH / LH / OR

LOW, JACK

LOW, RONNIE

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Grew up in SCO 1930 2 Montréal CNR 1933 SF Montréal CNR 1935 1 Montréal Aldred 1938 QF Montréal Carsteel FC 1939 2 Montréal Carsteel FC

4 8 3 8 3 1

5 5 10 1 8

RB

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Grew up in Ireland 1928 2 Montréal CNR 1935 1 Montréal Aldred 1939 2 Montréal Carsteel FC

GK

LUMSDEN, BERT

1

1937 QF Montréal Glen Yards

G1

G1

OR CF

RH / CH 6 11 5

LUSK,

Born in Vancouver 1933 QF Vancouver Cowan-Dodson FC

LH

RH / CH

OR

LUCKETT, REG

G1

0

LOWE,

LYALL, GEORGE

G1 G1 G1 G4

LB / RH

1927 SF Saskatoon Sons of England

LOCKWOOD, BOB

126

Twin brother Henry Lone 1933 SF Montréal CNR 1935 QF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons 1936 SF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons 1938 2 Timmins Dome Mines

OR

OL / OR / IL

3

LONE, JIMMY

2 5 3 9 7

1921 SF Montréal CPR

G3 G2

1939 SF Winnipeg Irish FC

IL / OL

Twin brother Jimmy Lone 1924 2 Beloeil Canadian Explosives 1933 SF Montréal CNR 1935 QF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons 1936 SF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons 1938 2 Timmins Dome Mines

1939 SF Winnipeg Irish FC

3x Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1937 1 Vancouver Johnston Storage 8 1938 1 North Shore United FC 9 1939 1 Vancouver Radials 9

OL

LONE, HENRY

CH

6 6

IL

2

OL

6 CS 1

LINDSAY, JOHNNY

2

RB

1921 QF Halifax

1937 2 Toronto Ulster United FC 1938 SF Toronto Ulster United FC 1939 QF Toronto Ulster United FC

GK

2 North Shore United FC

1931 QF Edmonton CNR

LONEY, JIMMY

G1

1

LINDSAY, GEORGE

4

OR

2

LIGHT,

1930 SF Hamilton Thistle FC

LB

CH / LH

4 Toronto Old Country

MATCHES G/CS

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1933 SF Montréal CNR 1934 1 Verdun Park FC 1938 2 Timmins Dome Mines

4

LENNON, TOMMY

LIPTROT, REG

LB

4 CS 2

1938 QF Montréal Carsteel FC 1939 2 Montréal Carsteel FC

1932

LODGE, BOBBY

GK

2 Toronto Lancashire

LEAH, HERB

1913

GK

4 CS 2

LAWRIE, JIM

YR RK CLUB

G1

RH 2 2


MATSON

1936 QF Montréal Hamilton United

MACAULEY, JAMES

1921 QF Fort Rouge Rangers

MACDONALD, ALEX

1930 SF Winnipeg Hearts

MACDONALD, ANGUS “FLASH”

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Brother Hector MacDonald 1933 1 Toronto Scottish FC 1934 SF Sudbury Frood Mines Tigers 1937 SF Sudbury Frood Mines Tigers

MACDONALD, HECTOR

3x Dominion of Canada Championship winner Brother Angus MacDonald 1921 1 Toronto Scottish FC 1931 2 Toronto Scottish FC 1932 1 Toronto Scottish FC 1933 1 Toronto Scottish FC Top Scorer of the Connaught Series in 1921 Hero of the Connaught Series in 1933

LH

OR / IL

3 2 1

CH RH

OR / CF 4 9 3

G3

CF / IR 6 G 10 5 3 8 G 3

MACFARLANE, NEIL

CH

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, SCO. Moved to Canada in 1923. 1925 2 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers 6 1927 1 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers 6

MACKENZIE, J.C.

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1934 1 Verdun Park FC

RH CF

Played for Canada in 1925 (Internationals in CAN, USA) Born 1899-04-11 in Coatbridge, SCO. Died 1972-06-14. 1925 QF Montréal Carsteel FC 2 G 1 1931 QF Montréal Carsteel FC 3 G 4

MACLEAN, EVERETT

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1933 SF Montréal CNR 1934 1 Verdun Park FC

MADDISON, JACK

1928 QF Saskatoon Thistle 1930 QF Saskatoon Sons of England

MAGILL, JOE

1935 QF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons 1936 SF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons

MAGUIRE,

1931 SF Fort William Canadian Legion 1932 QF Fort William Canadian Legion

GK 5 CS 2 8 CS 2 2 2

G1

6 5

MAIR, GEORGE

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Irvine, Ayrshire, SCO 1915 1 Winnipeg Scottish Top Scorer of the Connaught Series in 1915

OR

RH / CH

2 2

OR CF

4

RB

MAKEPEACE, RALPH

LH

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1901-09-16 in Durham, ENG. Died in Vancouver on 1941-12-16 (cancer). Brothers Tommy and Ralph Makepeace 1930 QF Saskatoon Sons of England 2 1931 1 Westminster Royals FC 6 Born 1909-02-23 in ENG. Brothers Tommy and Cuthbert Makepeace 1930 QF Saskatoon Sons of England

2

MAKEPEACE, TOMMY

Born in ENG Brothers Ralph and Cuthbert Makepeace 1933 2 Prince Albert City Reds

MANN,

1932 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion 1937 QF Edmonton Civics

MANN,

1921 QF Halifax

MANSON, ROBERT

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1931 2 Toronto Scottish FC 1933 1 Toronto Scottish FC

MARKS,

1936 QF Montréal Hamilton United Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1937 1 Vancouver Johnston Storage

MARSDEN,

MARSHALL,

1919 SF Toronto Old Country

MARSHALL, JOHNNY

1924 QF Mimico Beach FC

MARSHALL, R.

1930 SF Hamilton Thistle FC

MARTIN, 1913 1914

2 Lachine (Montréal) 4 Lachine (Montréal)

MARTIN, ERNIE

1922 2 Toronto Ulster United FC 1923 QF Toronto Ulster United FC

9 2 2 2

3 4 3

GK IR

G1

IR RB

8 2 2 2 1 3 4 4 2

Born in 1912 in Belfast, NIR. Died 1972-01-22. 1939 QF Toronto Ulster United FC 2 1935 QF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons 1936 SF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons

G4

OR / LH

MATEER, JACK

MATSON, OLLIE

G1

CF

MARSDEN, EDWARD

1932 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion

6

MACLAINE, EDDIE

MAKEPEACE, CUTHBERT “CUD”

CONNAUGHT

LYONS,

5

6 9

CHAMPIONSHIP

1928 SF Winnipeg Westbrook

MATCHES G/CS

RH

LEGENDS

LYNDEN, WINDY

YR RK CLUB

CF IR LH LB G2

LH

FOOTBALLERS

MATCHES G/CS

GK IL G1

G4

127

CLUBS

YR RK CLUB


YR RK CLUB

MATCHES G/CS

YR RK CLUB

CH

MCCASKELL,

MATTHEWS, “BIG” BILL

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1903-06-03 in Dublin, IRL. Died in Winnipeg on 1981-05-19. 1924 1 Winnipeg United Weston FC 6 1925 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 4 1926 1 Winnipeg United Weston FC 4 1929 2 Winnipeg United Weston FC 6 1931 SF Winnipeg Irish FC 1 1933 QF Winnipeg Irish FC 2 Hero of the Connaught Series in 1924

MATTHEWS,

1936 SF Calgary Callies 1938 QF Calgary Callies

MATTHEWS,

1923 QF Regina Imperial Oil

2 2 2

MAYSON, B

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1913 1 Norwood Wanderers

MCADAM,

1925 QF Montréal Carsteel FC

MCCOLL, ROBERT

1923 2 Montréal CPR 1926 QF Montréal CPR 1927 QF Montréal CPR

CF

G1

OR OL

3

OR / IL

1

MCARTHUR, BOB

CF / LB

1933 1935 1936 1939

SF QF SF SF

Montréal CNR Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons

4 4

5 6 6 3

MCAULEY, ALEC

Born in Lanarkshire, SCO. Grew up in Montréal Brother Bob McAuley, nephew Jimmy McAuley 1937 QF Montréal Glen Yards 2

MCAULEY, BOB

G6

1922

2 Toronto Ulster United FC

CF

LB / RB

MCBRIDE, DOUG “MICKEY”

1937 2 Toronto Ulster United FC 1938 SF Toronto Ulster United FC 1939 QF Toronto Ulster United FC

4

IR

G2

OL / LB 8 4 2

MCCALL, ALEX “BALDY”

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1921 1 Toronto Scottish FC

MCCANN, G

CH IR

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Grew up in Lancashire, ENG 1919 1 Montréal Grand Trunk FC

0

MCCANN, JIMMY

CF / LB

Brother Archie McCann 1931 QF Saskatoon Thistle 1935 QF Saskatoon Thistle

128

1 2

2

MCCOLM, 1920

2 Winnipeg Brittania

MCCONAGHY,

1933 QF Vancouver Cowan-Dodson FC

MCCREADIE,

1923 SF Fort William War Veterans 1925 SF Fort William War Veterans 1926 SF Fort William Great War Veterans 1927 2 Fort William Canadian Legion

MCCRINDLE, ROBERT 1923

CH LB

LB / LH / RB

2 Montréal CPR

7 2 2

GK

2 CS 1 3

RB

LB / RB 2 1 2 3

7

LH

MCCUBBIN, JIMMY

RB / LB

MCCULLOUGH, HAROLD

RH / LH

1933

2 Prince Albert City Reds

1937 2 Toronto Ulster United FC 1938 SF Toronto Ulster United FC 1939 QF Toronto Ulster United FC

6

3 4 2

MCDILL, JIMMY

Born 1904-08-28 in Lanarkshire, SCO. Grew up in Montréal, QC, CAN. Brother Alec McAuley, son Jimmy McAuley 1937 QF Montréal Glen Yards 2

MCAVOY,

1

1923 SF Fort Rouge Rangers

RH / CH

3 Toronto Eaton’s 2 Toronto Ulster United FC

1928 QF Saskatoon Thistle

MCCLURE, JIMMY

MCADAM, BOB 1914 1922

MATCHES G/CS

Played for Canada in 1921 (International in CAN) 1925 QF Regina Post 1 1926 SF Regina Post 2

IL

MCDONALD, ANDY “RED”

LH / RH

MCDONALD, DUNC

LB / OL

1930 SF Hamilton Thistle FC 1919 1921 1925 1926 1932

2 SF QF SF QF

Winnipeg Great War Veterans Regina Post Regina Post Regina Post Regina CNR

MCDONALD,

1933 QF Winnipeg Irish FC

MCDONALD,

1926 QF Montréal CPR 1927 QF Montréal CPR

MCDOUGALL, JAMES

Dominion of Canada Championship winner J.M. McDougall. 1922 QF Nanaimo City FC 1923 1 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers 1925 2 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers

MCDOUGALL, ROBERT

4

5 4 2 2 1 2 2 2

CF CH

CH / RH 2 7 7

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Birkenhead, ENG 1928 1 Westminster Royals FC 1 1930 1 Westminster Royals FC 7

G1

OR G1


MCKENZIE

MCDOWELL,

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1914 1 Norwood Wanderers

MCEACHRAN, DAVE

CH CF

MCKAY, JIMMY

1

OL / CF

Born 1903-12-05 in Clydebank, SCO. Died in Brampton on 1983-01-21. 1931 QF Montréal Carsteel FC 3

MCELLIGOTT,

1936 QF Montréal Hamilton United

3

MCEWAN, A

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1920 1 Hamilton Westinghouse

MCEWAN, F. 1914

2 Fort William CPR

RB

MCGREASH,

1935 R1 Toronto Scottish FC

LH / RH 4

MCGREGOR, BILL 1935

2 Nanaimo City FC

MCGREGOR,

1936 R1 Hamilton Stelco

MCGUIRE, EDWARD 1928

2 Montréal CNR

MCINERNY, RED

1932 QF Regina CNR 1934 2 Prince Albert City Reds

MCINNES,

1928 QF Saskatoon Thistle 1931 QF Saskatoon Thistle

OR 3 3 4 3 5

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1925 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 1926 1 Winnipeg United Weston FC

MCINTOSH, T.

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1927 QF Montréal CPR 1928 2 Montréal CNR 1935 1 Montréal Aldred 1936 QF Montréal Hamilton United

MCKAY, COLIN

RH GK IR

G3

CF / IR

RH / IR RH

4 8

G1 G1

OL 6 6 3

G2

CH

Born 1896-08-24 in Portobello, SCO. Died 1965-12-01. 1926 QF Edmonton CNR 2 G 1 1929 SF Edmonton CNR 5 G 1

2 3 7 2

G1 G2

IR / IL

3x Dominion of Canada Championship (inc. 1947) Born in Vancouver 1933 QF Vancouver Cowan-Dodson FC 3 G 1 1936 1 Westminster Royals FC 5 G 2 1939 1 Vancouver Radials 9 G 3 C.J. McKay. Born in CAN 1928 SF Fort William Canadian Legion 1929 SF Fort William Canadian Legion 1931 SF Fort William Canadian Legion 1932 QF Fort William Canadian Legion 1934 QF Fort William Westford Wanderers 1935 SF Fort William Westfort Wanderers 1936 SF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons 1939 SF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons 1939 SF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons

CH / OR 2 2 2 2 4 5 8 2 1

MCKEAN, BILL

LH

Played for Canada in 1925 (Internationals in CAN, USA) Born in Fifeshire, SCO 1925 QF Montréal Carsteel FC 2 1931 QF Montréal Carsteel FC 3

MCKEAN, TOMMY

1930 SF Hamilton Thistle FC

MCKEE, BOB

3 2

MCKEEGAN, M.

Born in SCO 1928 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion

MCKEE,

1919 SF Toronto Old Country

MCKEE,

CF / OL 2 1 7 3

MCKAY, JOHNNY

1924 QF Mimico Beach FC

3 2

MCINTYRE, JIMMY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1931 2 Toronto Scottish FC 1932 1 Toronto Scottish FC 1934 QF Toronto Scottish FC

OL

2 9

MCINTOSH, BOB

RB / IL / IR

MCKAY, RODDY

6

MCFARLANE, BILLY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1913 1 Norwood Wanderers

RB

Born in SCO 1920 QC Montréal CPR 1921 SF Montréal CPR 1923 2 Montréal CPR 1926 QF Montréal CPR

2 2 2

1920

2 Winnipeg Brittania

MCKENNA,

1925 QF Montréal Carsteel FC

MCKENZIE, 1913

4 Toronto Old Country

MCKENZIE, DAVE

CONNAUGHT

2 4

CHAMPIONSHIP

1926 SF Fort William Great War Veterans 1927 2 Fort William Canadian Legion

MATCHES G/CS

OR LH

LEGENDS

MCDOUGAL,

YR RK CLUB 1931 QF Edmonton CNR 1936 SF Calgary Callies 1938 QF Calgary Callies

IL 2 2 1 0 3

G1

LH IR IL CF

FOOTBALLERS

MATCHES G/CS

G2

IL / IR

Played for Canada in 1925 (Internationals in CAN, USA) 1925 QF Montréal Carsteel FC 2

MCKENZIE, J.

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1922 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 1924 1 Winnipeg United Weston FC

IL / RH 5 3

G1

129

CLUBS

YR RK CLUB


YR RK CLUB

MATCHES G/CS

MCKENZIE, RONNIE 1933 SF Calgary CPR

MCKENZIE, 1913

4 Toronto Old Country

6

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1934 QF Westminster Royals FC 5 1936 1 Westminster Royals FC 5 1939 1 Vancouver Radials 9 1938 QF Fort William Westfort Wanderers

MCKIE, JOHNNY 1933 1934 1935 1938

R1 QF SF QF

Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Westford Wanderers Fort William Westfort Wanderers Fort William Westfort Wanderers

MCKIE, T.

1929 SF Fort William Canadian Legion 1930 QF Fort William Canadian Legion

2

MCLACHLAN,

1937 QF Montréal Glen Yards

MCLAUGHLIN, JOHNNY 1936 R1 Hamilton Stelco

MCLAUGHLIN, P. 1913 1914 1920 1924 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933

3 2 SF SF SF SF QF SF QF R1

Fort William CPR Fort William CPR Fort William CPR Fort William CPR Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Canadian Legion

MCLAUGHLIN, TOBY

1915 SF Fort William CPR

MCLEAN, A 1919 1920

2 Winnipeg Great War Veterans 2 Winnipeg Brittania

MCLEAN, DAVEY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1933 SF Montréal CNR 1935 1 Montréal Aldred

130

IL GK

LH

2 5 8

G2

G1

IR LH LH

2 2 2

5 8

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1915 SF Montréal Grand Trunk FC 1919 1 Montréal Grand Trunk FC

MCLENNAN, GEORGE

1935 QF Saskatoon Thistle

MCLENNAN,

1935 QF Winnipeg United Weston FC

MCLENNAN,

1919 SF Port Arthur Pascoes

MCLEOD, 1920

2 Winnipeg Brittania

3 2

OR OR OR

G1

OR IR

2 4 2 2 1 2 2

G2

CH RB CF RB IR CF

Dominion of Canada Championship winner (1948) Douglas Alexander McMahon. Born 1917-10-16 in Winnipeg. Died 1997-04-16. Father Sandy McMahon 1938 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 7 G 10 Top Scorer of the Challenge Trophy Series in 1948

MCMANUS, BILL

OR / OL

MCMANUS, MIKE

CF

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Toronto. Died 1970-01-15. 1932 1 Toronto Scottish FC 6 G 3 1933 1 Toronto Scottish FC 9 G 10 Top Scorer of the Connaught Series in 1933 Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in North Vancouver, BC, CAN 1938 1 North Shore United FC

10 G 13

MCMASTER, HARRY

RH / LB

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1913 1 Norwood Wanderers 3 1914 1 Norwood Wanderers 4

MCMILLAN, ANGUS

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1923 1 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers 1933 QF McIntyre Mines

G4 G6

3

MCMAHON, DOUG

MCMILLAN, ARCHIE

OR / OL

2

MCLEISH, JIMMY

1934 QF Edmonton Radials

IR / LH

2 4 5 2 2 2 2 2 2 3

1933 R1 Fort William Canadian Legion

MCLELLAND,

4 1

MCLEAN, D.

Born in USA. Grew up in CAN. 1932 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion 1937 QF Edmonton Civics 1939 QF Edmonton Civics

LH

RB

3

MCLEAN,

1935 R1 Toronto Scottish FC

2 1

2

1932 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion

MCLEAN,

OL / IL

MCLAGGAN, JIMMY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1919 1 Montréal Grand Trunk FC 1922 QF Montréal Grenadier Guards

LB

3 4 5 1

1921 SF Montréal CPR

MCLEAN, I.

1937 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC

IR / IL

MCKINNON,

MATCHES G/CS

MCLEAN, JOHNNY

1

MCKIBBIN, TOMMY

MCKIE, A.

GK

YR RK CLUB

MCMILLAN, CHARLIE

1930 SF Hamilton Thistle FC

RH 7 3 3

RH IL

G2


MILLION

9 7

MCMILLAN, SCOTTY 1928 1930 1931 1932 1933

SF QF SF QF R1

Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Canadian Legion

MCMURRAY,

1927 2 Fort William Canadian Legion 1928 SF Fort William Canadian Legion 1929 SF Fort William Canadian Legion 1930 QF Fort William Canadian Legion

2 2 2 2 3

1936 QF Montréal Hamilton United 1937 2 Toronto Ulster United FC 1938 SF Toronto Ulster United FC 1939 QF Toronto Ulster United FC

OL

LB

7 2 2

MCNEIL, JOCK

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1922 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 1924 1 Winnipeg United Weston FC 1925 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 1926 1 Winnipeg United Weston FC 1929 2 Winnipeg United Weston FC

MCNEILLY, H

3 Toronto Eaton’s

4

MCNICHOL, JOHNNY

Grew up in Winnipeg, MB, CAN 1932 2 North Shore United FC

MCPHERSON, JOHN “DOT”

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Died 1937-01-31. 1936 1 Westminster Royals FC

G3 G1

LH 5 6 4 8 7

G1 G1

IL

G6

RH / CH

Played for Canada in 1921 (International in CAN) 1927 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion 2 1928 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion 2

MCQUEEN, HUGHIE

RH

1922 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 1927 QF Fort Rouge Rangers

CF

5 2

MCRAE,

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1914 1 Norwood Wanderers

LB IL

3

1934 SF Sudbury Frood Mines Tigers 1937 SF Sudbury Frood Mines Tigers

9 3 2 3

MELDRUM, DAVE

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1928 2 Montréal CNR 1929 1 Montréal CNR 1930 2 Montréal CNR

MELDRUM,

1934 QF Toronto Scottish FC

2 Winnipeg United Weston FC 2 Winnipeg United Weston FC

MENARY, C.

1915 SF Montréal Grand Trunk FC

2 6 3

1 7 2

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1934 1 Verdun Park FC

MERRY, 1913 1914

G1

IR

G2

G1 G3 G1

LB

3

MELVILLE, JIMMY 1929

RB

RH / IR

1931 QF Montréal Carsteel FC 1929

LH

IR

4

MELLIN, JIMMY

2 Lachine (Montréal) 4 Lachine (Montréal)

IR IL

G2

CH LB

5 3 4

MICKLESON,

OL CF

1928 SF Winnipeg Westbrook

2

MILLBURN, JOE

IL / LB

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1927 1 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1926 1 Winnipeg United Weston FC

MILLER, PETE

Born in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, SCO 1925 QF Montréal Carsteel FC

Died in 1916 or 1917 in action during the Great War Father Matt McQueen, uncle Hugh McQueen 1914 3 Toronto Eaton’s 4 G 4 Top Scorer of the Connaught Series in 1914

MCQUEEN, J.

MEADOWS, CYRIL “TIGER”

3

MILLER, DUSTY

5

MCPHERSON, BILL

6

MENARY, JOHN

IR 6

2 North Shore United FC

MELVILLE, BOBBY

OR / IL

4 4

1932

1936 2 Winnipeg United Weston FC 1937 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC

LB / LH / OR

1937 2 Toronto Ulster United FC 1938 SF Toronto Ulster United FC

MCSWEEN, ALLAN

MEARON, ORVILLE

3 2 2 2 3

MCNABNEY, SAM

1914

G2 G1

IL / CF / LB

MCNAB,

MCNABNEY, BOB

OR

G3

OL 7

CH / RH / OL

MILLER,

0

CH

1935 QF Halifax St. George’s Aces

2

MILLIGAN, BILLIE

IL / OL

Played for Canada in 1927 (Tour of New Zealand) Born 1899-03-25 in Glasgow, SCO. 1924 SF Cumberland FC 4 1926 SF Regina Post 2

MILLIGAN, STUBBY

1935 SF Fort William Westfort Wanderers

MILLION,

1932 SF Montréal Blue Bonnets

3 1

CONNAUGHT

2 Prince Albert City Reds 2 Prince Albert City Reds

CHAMPIONSHIP

1933 1934

MATCHES G/CS

LEGENDS

MCMILLAN, JIMMIE

YR RK CLUB

G1

OR 131

FOOTBALLERS

MATCHES G/CS

CLUBS

YR RK CLUB


YR RK CLUB

MATCHES G/CS

MILLS, REG

1932 SF Winnipeg Manitoba Telephones

MILLS, TOMMY

1930 SF Winnipeg Hearts 1932 SF Winnipeg Manitoba Telephones

MILNE, J. 1919

2 Winnipeg Great War Veterans

4

RH

IL / LH

4 4 5

MILNE, SCOTTY

RH GK

Ice hockey played for Great Britain. Ronald Milne. Born 1910-01-19 in SCO. Also grew up in Canada. Died 1984-09-26. 1933 2 Prince Albert City Reds 9 CS 3 1934 2 Prince Albert City Reds 9 CS 4

MINCHIN, TOMMY

Born in WAL. Grew up in CAN 1928 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion 1929 SF Edmonton CNR 1931 QF Edmonton CNR 1932 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion

OL

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1923 1 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers 6 1927 1 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers 1

MITCHELL, ANDY

1927 QF Fort Rouge Rangers

MITCHELL,

1935 QF Halifax St. George’s Aces

MOFFAT,

1936 R1 Hamilton Stelco

MOFFATT, WILF

1929 QF Vancouver St. Saviours

MOGUL,

1931 SF Winnipeg Irish FC

2

OR G1

1914

132

3 Toronto Eaton’s

LB

OR GK

4 CS 1

Played for Canada in 1925 (International in USA) Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Edinburgh, Midlothinan, SCO. Grew up in Toronto. Died 1961-02-11. 1923 QF Toronto Ulster United FC 2 1925 1 Toronto Ulster United FC 6 1928 QF Toronto Ulster United FC 2 1939 QF Toronto Ulster United FC 2 Hero of the Connaught Series in 1925

MOLINEAUX,

CH

3

MOIR, JIMMY

4

MONTGOMERIE, JIMMY “MONTY”

CH

MOON, MALCOLM

RB

James Baird Thorneycroft Montgomerie. Born 1894-0730 in Ayrshire, SCO. Died 1987-03-22. 1922 QF Montréal Grenadier Guards 2

Played for Canada in 1926 (International in USA) Played for Canada in 1927 (Tour of New Zealand) Born 1905-06-08 in Wishaw, SCO. Moved to Canada in 1925. Died 1977-06-15. 1932 SF Montréal Blue Bonnets 2 G 1

1927 SF Brantford Cockshutt FC Blues

MOORE, CHARLIE

1939 SF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons

MOOREHOUSE, ERIC

OL

IL

G1

GK

4 CS 1 3

RB

OL / IR

2 2

MORLEY, LELAND

IL / LH

MORRIS,

1924 QF Calgary Hillhurst FC 1930 QF Calgary Hillhurst FC

MORRIS, 1914

4 Lachine (Montréal)

MORRISON, JACKIE

1937 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 1938 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 1939 SF Winnipeg Irish FC

MORRISON, TOMMY

1934 SF Sudbury Frood Mines Tigers

MORRISON,

1919 SF Port Arthur Pascoes

MORTIMER, A.

1924 SF Cumberland FC 1926 2 Cumberland Canadian Collieries

MORTIMER, G.

1925 QF Regina Post

MORTON, OL

4

1933 SF Calgary CPR 1938 QF Calgary Callies

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1937 1 Vancouver Johnston Storage

LH / RB 2

RH

Played for Canada in 1927 (Tour of New Zealand) John Monaghan. Born in Liverpool, Lancashire, ENG. Moved to Canada in 1920. 1924 SF Cumberland FC 4 1926 2 Cumberland Canadian Collieries 8 G 2

MOORE, A.V.

CH / RB

2

MONAGHAN, JACK “RED”

1926 SF Toronto Willys-Overland

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1895-09-12 in Broxburn, Linlithgowshire, SCO. Grew up in Calgary. 1922 1 Calgary Hillhurst FC 4 1923 QF Coleman 2 1925 QF Calgary CPR 1

MITCHELL,

MATCHES G/CS

MOORE,

0 5 2 2

MINTO, DAVE

YR RK CLUB

1915 SF Fort William CPR

MOSS, LEN

1937 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 1938 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC

8

G1

G4

RH / IR

2 2

G1

4

G1

3 6 3 9 2

CF LB

IL RH

CH / RB 0 4 1 2

OR IL

LH / OL 1 1


NICOL

1921 QF Calgary Callies

MOYIES, DAVIE

1938 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC

MUIR, ALEX

1923 QF Coleman

MUSKY,

RB

NAYLOR,

CH

NEASMITH, JOSEPH

OL

NEIGHBOUR,

RB

NEIGHBOUR, HARRY

2 7 2

MUIR, BOBBY

Born in SCO. Died 1953-03-15. 1914 3 Toronto Eaton’s

MUIR,

1936 R1 Hamilton Stelco

MUNDY, S.

G1

4 3

1939 SF Winnipeg Irish FC 1936 QF Montréal Hamilton United 1927 QF Montréal CPR 1925

2 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers

Born 1889-07-19 in London, ENG. 1919 2 Winnipeg Great War Veterans

RH

NEIL, ALEX

RB

NEIL,

1923 SF Fort Rouge Rangers

1924 QF Moose Jaw CPR

2

MUNRO, GEORGE “ROCKY”

IR / RH

NELSON,

2 7

NELSON, JIMMY

Born in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, SCO 1930 SF Hamilton Thistle FC 1938 2 Timmins Dome Mines

MUNRO,

1925 QF Calgary CPR 1930 QF Calgary Hillhurst FC

MURBY, BILL

1927 SF Saskatoon Sons of England

MUROSKI, IKE

1932 QF Regina CNR

RH / CH 2 2 0 2

MURPHY,

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1929 1 Montréal CNR

MURRAY, BILLY 1931 1932 1934 1935

SF QF QF SF

Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Westford Wanderers Fort William Westfort Wanderers

MURRAY, BOB 1930 1931 1932 1933 1935 1937

QF SF QF R1 SF SF

Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Westfort Wanderers Sudbury Frood Mines Tigers

MURRAY, CHARLIE 1913 1914

3 Fort William CPR 2 Fort William CPR

MURRAY, J.

1936 R1 Hamilton Stelco

MURRAY, JIMMIE

1930 SF Winnipeg Hearts

MURRAY,

1928 QF Saskatoon Thistle

LB CH OR

1 2 2 4 3

IR

G2 G1

LB / CH 2 2 2 3 5 3

3 4 3 4 3

G1

LB

1921 QF Calgary Callies 1932 SF Montréal Blue Bonnets

NELSON, PAUL 1924

2 Beloeil Canadian Explosives

LH LH

LH / RH 2

0

OR 5 4 1 2

6

NESBITT, BILLY

Born in SCO 1933 R1 Fort William Canadian Legion 1934 QF Fort William Westford Wanderers 1935 SF Fort William Westfort Wanderers 1938 QF Fort William Westfort Wanderers

RB

2

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1902-10-07 in Montréal. Died 1985-02-04. 1928 2 Montréal CNR 7 1929 1 Montréal CNR 6 1930 2 Montréal CNR 5 1935 1 Montréal Aldred 11

G2

IR CH LB GK CS 2 CS 2 CS 1 CS 4

RH CF

3 4 5 2

G4 G3

NESBITT, MATT

LH / CH

NESS, GEORGE

RB / LB

NESS,

RH / OL

1924 QF Calgary Hillhurst FC 1939 SF Winnipeg Irish FC Grew up in CAN 1934 QF Edmonton Radials 1937 QF Edmonton Civics

NESS,

1939 QF Edmonton Civics

NICHOLLS, ARTHUR IL

2

1927 SF Brantford Cockshutt FC Blues

1 3

2 1 2 4

NICHOLSON,

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1914 1 Norwood Wanderers

NICOL,

1924 SF Fort William CPR

CONNAUGHT

MOYES, JOCKO

IL / RH

1

CHAMPIONSHIP

1921 QF Calgary Callies

MATCHES G/CS

LEGENDS

MOYES, JIMMY

YR RK CLUB

GK

FOOTBALLERS

MATCHES G/CS

LB OR

4 1

G1

LH

133

CLUBS

YR RK CLUB


YR RK CLUB

MATCHES G/CS

NICOL, JOHNNY “JACK”

GK

Born in Lancashire, ENG. Also grew up in Montréal 1921 SF Montréal CPR 4 1923 2 Montréal CPR 7 CS 2

NIELSEN, POUL “TIST”

IR / IL

Played for Denmark 6x Danish Championship winner Dominion of Canada Championship winner Niels Poul Nielsen. Born 1891-12-25 in København, DEN. Died on 1962-08-09. 1928 2 Montréal CNR 4 G 1 1929 1 Montréal CNR 4 G 4

NOKE, JIMMY

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in London, ENG 1931 2 Toronto Scottish FC 1932 1 Toronto Scottish FC 1933 1 Toronto Scottish FC 1934 QF Toronto Scottish FC 1935 R1 Toronto Scottish FC

LB 4 2 9 4 3

O’BRIEN, BILLY

1922 QF Nanaimo City FC

LB

2

O’KANE, PATRICK

MATCHES G/CS

PARKINSON, FRED

1921 QF Fort Rouge Rangers Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1920 1 Hamilton Westinghouse

PATE, ALEX

1924 QF Calgary Hillhurst FC

PATERSON, 1925 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932

SF 2 SF SF QF SF QF

Fort William War Veterans Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Canadian Legion

1924 SF Fort William CPR 1926 SF Fort William Great War Veterans 1928 SF Fort William Canadian Legion

PATON,

1937 QF Edmonton Civics

LH OL

2

PASCOE, PETER

PATERSON,

Born in SCO. Died (age 36) in Beloeil on 1933-07-19 (work explosion) 1924 2 Beloeil Canadian Explosives 6

O’CONNELL,

YR RK CLUB

CF 2 2

LH

RH / LH 1 4 2 2 2 2 2

IR / LB

2 2 2 1

PATERSON, JACK

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1933 1 Toronto Scottish FC 1934 QF Toronto Scottish FC 1935 R1 Toronto Scottish FC

CF

OL CF

9 0 3

G1

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1925 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 1926 1 Winnipeg United Weston FC

4 0

O’NEIL, FRANK

LB / LH

PATTERSON,

OL

LH

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1914 1 Norwood Wanderers

2

PATTERSON,

LB / LH

1929 QF Vancouver St. Saviours

1921 SF Montréal CPR 1923 2 Montréal CPR 0

O’NEILL,

1928 SF Winnipeg Westbrook

2

O’NEILL, P.

1929 QF Oshawa General Motors

LH

1926 QF Edmonton CNR

2

OGILVIE, CHARLIE

LH / LB

1936 SF Calgary Callies 1938 QF Calgary Callies

OGLE,

1924 QF Mimico Beach FC

OLANDER, STEVE

1935 QF Winnipeg United Weston FC

ORCHIN,

1931 QF Edmonton CNR

ORR, JOCK 1921

2 Ladysmith FC

ORR, JOHNNY

1915 SF Montréal Grand Trunk FC

PARKER, 1913

134

3 Fort William CPR

2 2 1 3 2

6

CF

G1

CH

G1

CH CH G1

CF / GK 1

3

PATTENDEN, ART

IR

G1

PATTERSON, STEWART 1926 QF Edmonton CNR 1929 SF Edmonton CNR 1931 QF Edmonton CNR

PATTERSON, 1914

3 Toronto Eaton’s

PATTERSON,

1920 QF Regina Soccerites

PATTISON,

1931 QF Edmonton CNR

PAYNE, H.

1915 SF Montréal Grand Trunk FC

4

2

2 5 2 2 2 1 2

PAYNE, HUMPHREY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Humphrey Payne, Jr. 1933 SF Montréal CNR 1934 1 Verdun Park FC

PAYNE, L.

1915 SF Montréal Grand Trunk FC

RH

OR G1

OR OR LH FB RB

4 7 2

LH


PURSS

PAYNTER, HARRY

7

CH

CH / LB / LH

Played for Canada in 1927 (Tour of New Zealand) Harry John Paynter. Born in Beckingham, Lincolnshire, ENG. Moved to Calgary in 1924. 1925 QF Calgary CPR 2 1930 QF Calgary Hillhurst FC 2

PEARY, JOE

1934 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 1935 QF Winnipeg United Weston FC

8 3

RB

G3

PEGG,

OR

PERONI, BOB

CF

1921 SF Montréal CPR Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1930 1 Westminster Royals FC

PERRI, ANGELO 1937

1 Vancouver Johnston Storage

PERRY, LEN

LH RB

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1927 1 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers

5

PERT,

IL / OR

1929 SF Fort William Canadian Legion 1930 QF Fort William Canadian Legion

1 1

PETTIFER,

OL

Grew up in Guelph, ON, CAN 1934 QF Toronto Scottish FC

1

PHILLIPS, GEORGE

1934 QF Toronto Scottish FC

2

PHILLIPS, HARRY

G2

CH

1934 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 1935 QF Winnipeg United Weston FC 1939 SF Winnipeg Irish FC

PIERCEY,

1928 SF Winnipeg Westbrook

PILOUS, MAXIE

1923 SF Fort Rouge Rangers

PLATER, 1927

2 Fort William Canadian Legion

PLAYFOOT, JOE

Grew up in CAN 1934 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 1935 QF Winnipeg United Weston FC 1936 2 Winnipeg United Weston FC

PLUMP, HENRY “TOOTS”

1924 SF Cumberland FC 1926 2 Cumberland Canadian Collieries

POLLOCK, NORMAN

1938 QF Montréal Carsteel FC

PORTER, POTTER,

1919 SF Port Arthur Pascoes

POUNDER, NORMAN

1935 QF Halifax St. George’s Aces

POWERS,

1928 QF Saskatoon Thistle 1931 QF Saskatoon Thistle

POWLES,

G1 G1

PRIMROSE,

5

G1

IR

IL 6

IR / RB / CF

4

1 1

G1 G3 G1

RB

LH LH

LH / LB 7 3 8

G1

IL

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1885-10-07 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, SCO. Died in Kingston on 1963-01-18. 1915 1 Winnipeg Scottish 4 Hero of the Connaught Series in 1915

OL

Born 1909-03-29 in Winnipeg. Died 1977-10-20. 1935 QF Winnipeg United Weston FC 3 1936 2 Winnipeg United Weston FC 8 1937 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 3 1938 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 7

PILU, C.

1934 QF Edmonton Radials

8 3 2

PILKINGTON, T

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1920 1 Hamilton Westinghouse

PITHERS,

1935 R1 Toronto Scottish FC

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Henry Taylor Phillips. Born 1912-12-02 in Methil, Fife, SCO. Grew up in Toronto. Died 1989-05-14. 1933 1 Toronto Scottish FC 9 1934 QF Toronto Scottish FC 4 G 4

PICKUP, GEORGE

GK

Charles Edward Pinnell. Born 1904-08-13 in Gloucestershire, ENG. Moved to Canada in 1924. Died in White Rock, BC, CAN on 1988-10-19. 1926 QF Edmonton CNR 2 1930 QF Calgary Hillhurst FC 2

PLENDERLEITH, JOHNNY

1 3

PINNELL, CHARLES

1934 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC

IL / IR

0 2 1 3 2 2

OR IL GK

IR / CF

3 1

OR / RB 8

G2

OR

1932 SF Montréal Blue Bonnets

1

PRINCE, CHARLIE

IL / LB

Played for Canada in 1921 (International in CAN) 1919 2 Winnipeg Great War Veterans 5

G2

PROUDFOOT, JIM

CH

1933 1934

2 Prince Albert City Reds 2 Prince Albert City Reds

PUGH, CHARLIE

1927 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion 1928 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion

PURSS,

1929 QF Vancouver St. Saviours

CONNAUGHT

2 Timmins Dome Mines

CHAMPIONSHIP

1938

MATCHES G/CS

LEGENDS

PAYNTER, ALBERT

YR RK CLUB

9 10

FOOTBALLERS

MATCHES G/CS

G3

CF / OR 2 2 2

G1

RH

135

CLUBS

YR RK CLUB


YR RK CLUB

MATCHES G/CS

PYVES, STANLEY

1923 2 Montréal CPR 1926 QF Montréal CPR 1927 QF Montréal CPR

QUANT, L. 1933

2 Prince Albert City Reds

QUINN, A.

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1934 1 Verdun Park FC

QUINN, BILL 1937

2 Toronto Ulster United FC

RH / LB 6 2 2 1

RABY, JOE

1913 3 Fort William CPR 1915 SF Fort William CPR

RADLEY, CLARENCE

1935 SF Lethbridge Supinas

RADLEY, JIM

1935 SF Lethbridge Supinas

RADLEY, TED

1935 SF Lethbridge Supinas

RAMSAY, JIM

1937 SF Sudbury Frood Mines Tigers

RANDALL, ALEX

1927 SF Saskatoon Sons of England

RANKIN, FRANK

1933 QF McIntyre Mines

RANKIN, WALTER “BILL”

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1923 QF Toronto Ulster United FC 1925 1 Toronto Ulster United FC 1928 QF Toronto Ulster United FC

RAYNE, ANDY

1934 SF Sudbury Frood Mines Tigers 1937 SF Sudbury Frood Mines Tigers

READ, CHARLIE

1913 3 Fort William CPR 1914 2 Fort William CPR 1915 SF Fort William CPR

G1

RH GK

1921 QF Calgary Callies 1913

REID, H.

1919 SF Port Arthur Pascoes

3 2

LH

REID, MAXIE

1 4

IL

G2

LH / RH 4

RH

RH RB

LB / RB 2 6 2 9 3

1 4

2 3 3

LB

2

IL / CF

G1 G1

CF 2

REID, TOMMY

1928 QF Saskatoon Thistle 1931 QF Saskatoon Thistle 1935 QF Saskatoon Thistle

REID,

1920 QC Montréal CPR 1924 2 Beloeil Canadian Explosives

G1

RH OL

G1 G5

RH OL CH

G1

GK 6 CS 2 3 8 CS 2 3 1 CS 1 5 3 2 2 3

RH OL

OL

CF / RH 1 6

G5

REYNOLDS,

OL / OR

RICHARDSON, ART “SLIM”

OL / LH

1920 QC Montréal CPR 1921 1922 1925 1926

SF QF QF SF

Regina Post Regina Mounted Police Regina Post Regina Post

1

4 2 2 2

RICHARDSON, BOBBY

CF

3 4 2

2 North Shore United FC

RENFREW, JACK

1

3

1932

1935 R1 Toronto Scottish FC

4

4

Grew up in CAN 1933 QF Winnipeg Irish FC 1935 QF Winnipeg United Weston FC 1936 2 Winnipeg United Weston FC 1937 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 1939 SF Winnipeg Irish FC

OR

Born 1891-08-31 in Motherwell, Lanarkshire, SCO. Died 1952-05-18. Brother George Richardson 1927 SF Brantford Cockshutt FC Blues 4

RICHARDSON, GEORGE

IR

Born 1887-11-18 in Dundee, Angus, SCO. Died 196403-24. Brother Bobby Richardson 1927 SF Brantford Cockshutt FC Blues 4

RICHARDSON, L.

1923 SF Fort Rouge Rangers

RICHARDSON,

1928 SF Winnipeg Westbrook

RIGBY, 1915

136

4 Toronto Old Country

1

REID, JOHNNY 11 CS 1

REDFERN, JACK Born in Sheffield, ENG 1923 QF Coleman

CF

1921 QF Fort Rouge Rangers 1923 SF Fort Rouge Rangers Top Scorer of the Connaught Series in 1923

REID,

RAYNER, SCOTT

Grew up in Sutherland, SK, CAN 1935 QF Saskatoon Thistle

REED, WILF

7

RAE, ALEC

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1919 1 Montréal Grand Trunk FC

1936 QF Montréal Hamilton United

REEVES,

8

MATCHES G/CS

REED, MICHAEL

IL / RH

RABBIT, JOHN

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in SCO. Grew up in Vancouver. 1938 1 North Shore United FC

G1

YR RK CLUB

2 Toronto Lancashire

4 5 4

OR CH

G1

LB


ROUTLEDGE

1924 QF Moose Jaw CPR

G1

ROBSON, HEC

RING,

LH

ROCKER,

CF

RODGERS, JACK “SLIM”

1933 SF Calgary CPR

3

RITCHIE, JIMMIE

Born in Portobella, SCO. Died 1952-11-10. 1928 QF Saskatoon Thistle

RITCHIE, LEGGAT

1921 QF Fort Rouge Rangers 1923 SF Fort Rouge Rangers

RIVETT, DENNIS

3

G1

GK

2 CS 1 4 CS 2

OR / RH

Born 1906-03-23 in Northampton, ENG. Grew up in Saskatoon. Died 1995-12-22. Father Jack Rivett, cousin Joey Rivett 1927 SF Saskatoon Sons of England 4 G 5 1930 QF Saskatoon Sons of England 2

RIVETT, JOEY

Cousin Dennis Rivett, uncle Jack Rivett 1927 SF Saskatoon Sons of England 1930 QF Saskatoon Sons of England

ROBB,

1932 SF Montréal Blue Bonnets

IR / IL 4 2 2

ROBB, TOMMY

1920

2 Winnipeg Brittania

ROBERTSON, ALEX

1939 SF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons

ROBERTSON, J.

1929 QF Regina Scottish

ROBERTSON,

1925 QF Montréal Carsteel FC

1 2

1920 QC Montréal CPR 2 1921 SF Montréal CPR

ROBINSON, BASIL

CH OR G2

IR RH

1924 QF Moose Jaw CPR

G1 G2

LH 6 3

ROOTS, ANDY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Maidstone, Kent, ENG 1928 1 Westminster Royals FC

G2 G1

2 CS 1

GK

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Edinburgh, SCO. Grew up in Winnipeg 1915 1 Winnipeg Scottish 4 CS 2

ROSS, JIMMY

1934 QF Edmonton Radials 1937 QF Edmonton Civics 1939 QF Edmonton Civics

RB

ROSS,

OR / RB 2 2 2

1921 QF Fort William 1924 SF Fort William CPR 2 1929 QF Regina Scottish

IR

OR

GK

ROSS, ALEX

ROSS, T.

IR

2

3 8 1

Dominion of Canada Championship winner John F. Rooney. Born 1893-01-30 in Airdrie, SCO. 1915 SF Montréal Grand Trunk FC 2 1919 1 Montréal Grand Trunk FC 0 1926 QF Montréal CPR 0

GK

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Henry Basil Oswin Robinson. Born 1919-03-03 in Eastbourne, ENG. Grew up in North Vancouver, BC, CAN. Died 2012-12-21. 1938 1 North Shore United FC 9 G 2

ROBINSON, C.

CF / RH

ROGERS, JOHNNY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1932 1 Toronto Scottish FC 1933 QF McIntyre Mines

G1

OL / IL

2 CS 1

ROBERTSON,

1932 SF Winnipeg Manitoba Telephones 1934 2 Prince Albert City Reds 1937 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC

IR

ROONEY, JOHNNY

2

9

RODGERS, JOHNNY

4 4 2 2 2

RH GK

0

Regina Leader Regina Post Regina Post Regina Post Regina Scottish

RH

1

LB / LH

ROBERTSON, ALEX

5 SF QF SF QF

1

1927 SF Brantford Cockshutt FC Blues

ROBBIE, ISAAC

1930 QF Calgary Hillhurst FC

1914 1921 1925 1926 1929

3 Fort William CPR

GK

ROLLAND, ANDY

2 2

ROBERTS, HAROLD

1913

5 2

CH

G1

Born in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, SCO 1927 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion 1928 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion 1932 QF Regina CNR

1929 SF Edmonton CNR 1931 QF Edmonton CNR

2

ROSSITER, JOHN

Born in ENG 1931 2 Toronto Scottish FC

ROUTLEDGE, TOMMY

CONNAUGHT

ROBINSON, J.

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Liverpool, Lancashire, ENG 1928 1 Westminster Royals FC 7 1930 1 Westminster Royals FC 5 1931 X Westminster Royals FC X

CHAMPIONSHIP

RH / CH

RIMMER, LES

MATCHES G/CS

LEGENDS

YR RK CLUB

G1

GK

FOOTBALLERS

MATCHES G/CS

GK

2 CS 1

IL / IR 7

GK

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1923 1 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers 7 CS 3 1925 2 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers 7 CS 4 1927 1 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers 6 CS 2

137

CLUBS

YR RK CLUB


YR RK CLUB

MATCHES G/CS

ROWARTH, JIMMY

CF

MATCHES G/CS

SATHRANG, CHRIS

1936 SF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons 1939 SF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons

8 3

ROWLEY, J

IR / OR

RUBERRY,

LB

1928 SF Fort William Canadian Legion

RH

1929 SF Edmonton CNR 1931 QF Edmonton CNR

1930

2 Montréal CNR

G2

YR RK CLUB

2

1933 QF Halifax Royal Navy

1

RUNETE,

Born in Vancouver, BC, CAN 1933 QF Vancouver Cowan-Dodson FC

1

RUSK, JAMES

LH / IL

1926 QF Montréal CPR 1927 QF Montréal CPR Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Glasgow, SCO 1928 1 Westminster Royals FC

RYDER, JACK

3 3 2 2 2

SALMON, SAMMY

1931 SF Winnipeg Irish FC 1933 QF Winnipeg Irish FC 1933 1935 1936 1939

SF QF SF SF

4 6

G1

SCHOOLES,

G1

4 6 9 3

SANDFORD, WILLIAM

IL

G2 G3

G5 G1 G3

OL

IR / OL

2

1

2 Beloeil Canadian Explosives

1927 QF Fort Rouge Rangers

SCHULTZ, ALEX

1931 SF Winnipeg Irish FC 1933 QF Winnipeg Irish FC

2

2

SCHWARZ, ERNO

Born 1904-10-22. Died in New York on 1974-07-19. 1931 QF Montréal Carsteel FC 3 1913 4 Toronto Old Country 1919 SF Port Arthur Pascoes 1936 R1 Hamilton Stelco

CH

G1

RB

6

4 6

1935 QF Saskatoon Thistle

SCOTT,

G1 G2 G1

LB / RB

2

SCHWANGART, ERWIN

Played for Canada in 1924 (Tour of Australia) Born 1898-05-02 in Wishaw, Lanarkshire, SCO. Died 1965-03-02. 1925 QF Montréal Carsteel FC 2

SANDLAND, JOHN “GUNBOAT”

1924

2 6 7

5 2

SCHOLES, ERNIE SCHOLES, JACK

CF / RB

RB / LB

1919 SF Port Arthur Pascoes

CH

IL / OR / CH

Montréal CNR Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons

SAVAGE, JACK

1934 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC

CH / LH

1913 3 Fort William CPR 1914 2 Fort William CPR 1915 SF Fort William CPR 1920 SF Fort William CPR 1924 SF Fort William CPR

SAMSON, ALEX

6

SAUNDERS,

SCARROT,

0 2

RUSSELL, GEORGE

1929 QF Oshawa General Motors 1935 QF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons 1936 SF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons

IR OL OR

G1 G1

IR IR

RH / OL / OR 3 3 3

SCOTT, GEORDIE

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Alloa, Clackmannanshire, SCO. 1922 1 Calgary Hillhurst FC

SCOTT, JOE

1922 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC

LH 6 5

GK

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1905-12-03 in Mount Pleasant, Staffordshire, ENG. Died 1995-04-25. 1927 1 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers 6 G 6 1935 2 Nanaimo City FC 6 G 3

SEABROOKE,

CF / OR

SANDVIG, KAI

SEARLE, MAURICE

LB / RB

1935 R1 Toronto Scottish FC

SANFORD, AUBREY

3

CH GK

3x Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1905-09-04 in Nanaimo. Died in Vancouver on 1985-01-05. 1928 1 Westminster Royals FC 3 CS 1 1930 1 Westminster Royals FC 7 CS 3 1931 1 Westminster Royals FC 6 CS 3 1934 QF Westminster Royals FC 5 Hero of the Connaught Series in 1930

138

1915 1920 1924 1926

SF SF SF SF

Fort William CPR Fort William CPR Fort William CPR Fort William Great War Veterans

Born in CAN 1926 SF Toronto Willys-Overland

2 4 2 2

4

SEARLE, TOMMY

Born in CAN 1933 QF McIntyre Mines

SEARLES, CECIL 1932

2 North Shore United FC

G1 G1

CF 3 2

G1

OL


SMITH

SEWELL,

1921 QF Fort Rouge Rangers 1923 SF Fort Rouge Rangers

2 1

SEYMOUR, HAROLD

GK

1937 2 Toronto Ulster United FC 1938 SF Toronto Ulster United FC

8 CS 1 4 CS 1

SHARP, J.

1923 QF Coleman

2

SHEPHARD,

1934 QF Westminster Royals FC

5

SHEPPARD, W 1921

IL CH GK

2 Ladysmith FC

6 CS 3

SHEPPARD,

1939 SF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons

SHERLOCK,

1935 QF Halifax St. George’s Aces 2 Montréal CPR

1

RH

LB / RB

SHOOBERT, ALBERT

GK / LH

5 3 7

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner William Albert Shoobert. Born 1892-03-03 in Norwood, ENG. Also grew up in Canada. Died 1983-06-30. 1913 1 Norwood Wanderers 3 CS 1 1914 1 Norwood Wanderers 4

SHORROCK, RICHARD

GK / CF

Born 1911-04-05. Died 1992-01-13. 1931 QF Montréal Carsteel FC 1938 QF Montréal Carsteel FC

SIM, BILLY

3 2

1920

LH / OR / RH

2 Winnipeg Brittania

1

SIMMONDS OR SYMONDS,

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1913 1 Norwood Wanderers Top Scorer of the Connaught Series in 1913

SIMPSON, ALEX

LH

G5

RB / LB

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1913 1 Norwood Wanderers 3 1914 1 Norwood Wanderers 4 1919 2 Winnipeg Great War Veterans 5

SIMPSON, GEORGE “POP”

1934 SF Sudbury Frood Mines Tigers 1937 SF Sudbury Frood Mines Tigers

2 2 2 2 2 3 2

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1914 1 Norwood Wanderers 1919 2 Winnipeg Great War Veterans Hero of the Connaught Series in 1914

3 2 SF SF QF SF

Fort William CPR Fort William CPR Fort William CPR Fort William CPR Fort William Westford Wanderers Fort William Westfort Wanderers

OR 1

SINGLETON, GEORGE

GK

OL / IL

3 4 2 5 4 5

SINCLAIR,

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1920 1 Hamilton Westinghouse

G4 G1

4 CS 3 3 CS 1

1934 QF Fort William Westford Wanderers 1 1913 1914 1915 1920 1934 1935

G1

GK

SINCLAIR,

SINCLAIR, FRANK

RB

CF / IR

8 3

SIMPSON, WALTER

CH 3

CH / RH

Born 1904-12-07 in Ballymena, Antrim, NIR. Died in Toronto on 1951-12-31 (heart attack). 1937 2 Toronto Ulster United FC 8 1939 QF Edmonton Civics

SKINNER, DOUG

1936 QF Fort William Canadian Legion 1938 QF Fort William Westfort Wanderers

CF 3

Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Canadian Legion Fort William Canadian Legion

SKIDMORE,

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1921 1 Toronto Scottish FC 1922 2 Toronto Ulster United FC 4 1923 QF Toronto Ulster United FC 2

SIME,

SF SF QF SF QF R1 QF

SINCLAIR, ALEX

SHIELDS, HARRY

1928 SF Winnipeg Westbrook 1937 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 1938 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC

1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1936

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1938 1 North Shore United FC

2 2

SHIELDS, 1923

RB

SIMPSON, BOB

CONNAUGHT

1

CHAMPIONSHIP

IR / OL

1920 QF Regina Soccerites

MATCHES G/CS

LEGENDS

SEATH,

YR RK CLUB

SLAWSON, H 1933

2 Prince Albert City Reds

SLIDDERS, ALEX “SANDY”

2 2 2 8

OL GK RB

RH / CF

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1897-02-07. Died in Vancouver on 1963-12-08. 1922 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 5 1924 1 Winnipeg United Weston FC 4 G 5 1925 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC 4 G 2 1926 1 Winnipeg United Weston FC 4 Top Scorer of the Connaught Series in 1924

SMITH, ADAM

Played for Canada in 1921 (International in CAN) 1925 QF Montréal Carsteel FC 2

RB

139

FOOTBALLERS

MATCHES G/CS

CLUBS

YR RK CLUB


YR RK CLUB

MATCHES G/CS

SMITH, ALEC

IL / OL

Played for Canada in 1921 (International in CAN) Played for Canada in 1925 (International in CAN) Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1919 1 Montréal Grand Trunk FC 4 1922 QF Montréal Grenadier Guards 2 Hero of the Connaught Series in 1919

SMITH, ?? A OR J

1924 QF Moose Jaw CPR

SMITH, ?? A OR J

1924 QF Moose Jaw CPR

2 2

SMITH, BOB JACK STEVE

1936 R1 Hamilton Stelco

SMITH, DAVE

1927 SF Brantford Cockshutt FC Blues

SMITH, ERNIE

IL LB

1936 SF Calgary Callies 1938 QF Calgary Callies

3

RH

G2

RB / LB

1 2

SMITH, GEORGE

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1939 1 Vancouver Radials

SMITH, GEORGE

1934 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC Dominion of Canada Championship winner Harold Smith. Born in Vancouver, BC, CAN Son Bobby Smith 1933 QF Vancouver Cowan-Dodson FC 1939 1 Vancouver Radials Hero of the Connaught Series in 1939

SMITH, JIMMY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner James Smith. Born in South Shields, ENG 1928 1 Westminster Royals FC 1933 SF Calgary CPR

SMITH, “WEE” PETER

1931 QF Montréal Carsteel FC

SMITH, T. 1923 1925 1929 1935

QF QF QF QF

SMITH,

Regina Imperial Oil Regina Post Regina Scottish Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons

1927 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion

140

CH RB

CH / RH 5

CF 3 9

G1 G4

IL / OL

3

OL / IL

2 2 2 1 2

2

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1929 QF Vancouver St. Saviours 1931 1 Westminster Royals FC

SOMERS, BILLY

2 4

G1 G2

CH / RH

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1931 2 Toronto Scottish FC 7 1932 1 Toronto Scottish FC 3 1933 1 Toronto Scottish FC 5

G2

SOON,

LH

SOYE,

1915 SF Montréal Grand Trunk FC

SPARKS, A.

1923 SF Fort Rouge Rangers

SPENCE, ANDY 1931

2 Toronto Scottish FC

3 2 4 1

SPENCER, JIMMY

GK CH OR IL

2x Dominion of Canada Championship (inc. 1949) Jim Haggarty Spencer. Born 1915-02-13 in North Vancouver. Died 1990-04-14. 1934 QF Westminster Royals FC 5 G 1 1938 1 North Shore United FC 10 G 14 Top Scorer of the Connaught Series in 1938 He moved to Canada in 1921. 1913 2 Lachine (Montréal) 1914 4 Lachine (Montréal)

STANSFIELD, HARRY

1922 2 Toronto Ulster United FC 1923 QF Toronto Ulster United FC

RB / LB 3 4

GK

4 CS 3 2

Born in Rochester, Kent, ENG. Died 1974-09-20. 1927 SF Saskatoon Sons of England 4

STEEDMAN, BOBBY

1938 QF Calgary Callies Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1914 1 Norwood Wanderers

LH

OR / IL

1

STEELE,

IR 1

STENHOUSE, BILL

OL

Born 1896-09-05 in Bathgate, West Lothian, SCO. Died in Calgary on 1943-07-27. 1930 QF Calgary Hillhurst FC 2 G 1

STEPHEN, JIMMY IR

G2

RB OL

STARK, CHARLES G6

OR / IR 2 6

CF / IR

2 4

SNEDDON, ALEX

STAFFORD, GEORGE

8

SMITH, HAP

1926 SF Fort William Great War Veterans 1927 2 Fort William Canadian Legion

1933 QF Vancouver Cowan-Dodson FC

Ernest Smith. Born in 1924 in Greyson, SK. Grew up in Vancouver. 1934 QF Fort William Westford Wanderers 4 1935 SF Fort William Westfort Wanderers 5 1938 QF Fort William Westfort Wanderers 2

SMITH, F.

SMITH,

1935 QF Halifax St. George’s Aces

GK

4

MATCHES G/CS

SMITH,

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1921 1 Toronto Scottish FC 6 CS 5 1925 1 Toronto Ulster United FC 6 CS 4

SMITH, D

YR RK CLUB

1921 QF Fort Rouge Rangers 1923 SF Fort Rouge Rangers

2 3

RH G1


SWAN

1926 SF Toronto Willys-Overland

CF

STEVENS,

1929 QF Regina Scottish

STEWARD, CHARLIE

1921 QF Fort Rouge Rangers

STEWARD, JIMMY

1920 2 Winnipeg Brittania 1921 QF Fort Rouge Rangers

STEWART, A.

1925 QF Calgary CPR 1933 SF Calgary CPR

STEWART, ALEX “SCOTTY” 1935

2 Nanaimo City FC

STEWART, JOCK

1922 QF Nanaimo City FC 1924 SF Cumberland FC 1926 2 Cumberland Canadian Collieries

STEWART, ROBERT

Born in SCO 1928 QF Saskatoon Thistle

STEWART,

1933 QF Halifax Royal Navy

STEWART,

4 2

GK OR

LH / OR 1

IL / IR

9 2

G1 G1

IR / RB

2 5 6

IR

G2

LB / RB 2 4 5

1927 SF Saskatoon Sons of England 1930 QF Saskatoon Sons of England

STOTT, EDDIE

3

RH

1936 QF Fort William Canadian Legion

2

STOBBART, DICKIE

LH / IL

Played for Canada in 1924 (Tour of Australia) 4x Dominion of Canada Championship winner Richard Paul Stobbart. Born 1891-12-18 in Bedlington, Northumberland, ENG. Died in Vancouver on 1952-11-09. 1921 2 Ladysmith FC 6 G 4 1922 QF Nanaimo City FC 2 G 1 1923 1 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers 7 G 2 1925 2 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers 7 G 2 1927 1 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers 4 1928 1 Westminster Royals FC 6 G 4 1931 1 Westminster Royals FC 6 Hero of the Connaught Series in 1923

OL / RH 4 2

IL / LH

STRANG, ALEXANDER “SANDY”

RB / LB

STRANG, FRANK

IR / OR

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1903-06-04 in West Calder, SCO. Grew up in BC, CAN. Died 1971-09-01. 1926 2 Cumberland Canadian Collieries 6 1928 1 Westminster Royals FC 7 1921 1926

2 Ladysmith FC 2 Cumberland Canadian Collieries

STRATHIE, J 1933

2 Prince Albert City Reds

6 6 9

STRONGE, STAN

G2

RH GK

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1910-12-29 in Montréal. Grew up in Vancouver. Died 1993-06-09. 1936 1 Westminster Royals FC 5 CS 2

STUART,

1937 QF Montréal Glen Yards 1936 QF Fort William Canadian Legion 1938 QF Fort William Westfort Wanderers

STUPARD, BILL

1938 QF Calgary Callies

IL

CH

Selected to play for Canada in 1916 (match canceled) Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1915 SF Montréal Grand Trunk FC 2 G 1 1919 1 Montréal Grand Trunk FC 4 G 2

STUBBS,

RB / LB

2

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1930 1 Westminster Royals FC 7 1931 1 Westminster Royals FC 6

STONE, ARTHUR

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Durham, ENG. Grew up in Toronto. Died in Toronto on 1968-07-27. 1931 2 Toronto Scottish FC 4 G 4 1932 1 Toronto Scottish FC 6 G 7 1933 1 Toronto Scottish FC 5 G 2 Hero & Top Scorer of the Connaught Series in 1932

STEVENS,

STODDART, HAROLD “HADDIE”

SUITOR,

1925 QF Calgary CPR

SUMMERS, 1914

2 Fort William CPR

2

RH / IL

2 2 4

Born 1909-07-03 in Lethbridge. Died 1978-06-13. 1935 SF Lethbridge Supinas 3 Oliver Sutton. 1938 SF Toronto Ulster United FC 1939 QF Toronto Ulster United FC

SUTTON, 1914

2 Fort William CPR

LB OL OR G1

IR

OR / OL 4 2

G1

GK

2 CS 1

SWAN, ROBERT

Born in SCO 1928 2 Montréal CNR

RH

2 1

SUMNER, GEORGE “SHORTY” SUTTON, OLLIE

CONNAUGHT

STEVENS, ANDY

LB

CHAMPIONSHIP

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1894-03-03 in Brechin, Angus, SCO. Died in Calgary in 1974. 1922 1 Calgary Hillhurst FC 7 1924 QF Calgary Hillhurst FC 1

MATCHES G/CS

LEGENDS

STEPHEN, BOBBY

YR RK CLUB

FOOTBALLERS

MATCHES G/CS

RB 6

141

CLUBS

YR RK CLUB


YR RK CLUB

MATCHES G/CS

TAIT, STAN “SPUD”

GK

Played for Canada in 1927 (Tour of New Zealand) Stanley Livingstone Tait. Born 1904-06-04 in Newcastle, ENG. Died in Nanaimo. Died in Mission, BC, CAN on 1984-07-27. 1925 2 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers 1 1926 2 Cumberland Canadian Collieries 8 CS 4 1934 QF Toronto Scottish FC 1

TASSIN,

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1930 1 Westminster Royals FC

IR 1

TATE, EDWARD

Born in 1901 in South Shields, ENG 1933 QF Halifax Royal Navy

TAYLOR, ANDY

1913 4 Toronto Old Country 1919 SF Toronto Old Country

TAYLOR, CHARLIE

1923 QF Toronto Ulster United FC

RB 1

LH / RH 3 2 2

TAYLOR, D.

1921 QF Fort William

TAYLOR, R.

1922 QF Regina Mounted Police

2

TAYLOR, TOM

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Bolton, ENG 1928 1 Westminster Royals FC 2 1930 1 Westminster Royals FC 4

TAYLOR,

1921 QF Halifax

TAYLOR, 1915

2 Toronto Lancashire

TAYLOR,

1915

142

2 Toronto Lancashire

IL

G2

CH

5

LB OL

0

1924 QF Mimico Beach FC

G1

IR

1

THOMPSON,

1933 QF Halifax Royal Navy

1

LH

LH / RH / OL

1925 QF Montréal Carsteel FC 1935 QF Winnipeg United Weston FC 1929 2 Winnipeg United Weston FC 1930 SF Winnipeg Hearts

TIMMIS,

Played for Canada in 1921 (International in CAN) Dominion of Canada Championship winner Albert Edward Thombs. Born 1882-04-29 in Henley, ENG. Moved to Canada in 1905. Died 1957-09-30. 1920 1 Hamilton Westinghouse 6 G 4 Hero & Top Scorer of the Connaught Series in 1920

THOMPSON, ABRAHAM

5

THOMPSON, SIDNEY

THOMPSON,

LB

LH / RH

Born in Ireland 1929 SF Edmonton CNR

TILEY, W.

IL / IR

THOMBS, ALBERT “TINY”

THOMPSON, JOE

RB

2

2

6

TICKLE, ALEX

OR / IR

1921 QF Fort Rouge Rangers

1933 SF Calgary CPR

6 5

OL

Born Kilwinning, SCO. Grew up in Hamilton, ON. Died 1960-05-16. 1930 SF Hamilton Thistle FC 4 G 1

THOMAS, REGINALD

THOMPSON, ARCHIE

LB / LH

THOMPSON,

TENNANT, JIMMY

2 North Shore United FC

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in SCO 1927 1 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers 1935 2 Nanaimo City FC

OR

2

1932

THOMPSON, ALEX “SANDY”

OL

1932 SF Montréal Blue Bonnets

THOM, PETER

MATCHES G/CS

1934 QF Fort William Westford Wanderers 1 1935 SF Fort William Westfort Wanderers 5 1938 QF Fort William Westfort Wanderers 2

LB / RB 4

YR RK CLUB

1922 QF Regina Mounted Police

2 3 7 4 2

TODD, LAURIE

CH RH OL

G1 G1

GK OL

Born 1914-05-31 in North Chili, NY, USA. Grew up in Vancouver. Died in Vernon on 2005-04-23. Father Otis Todd 1932 2 North Shore United FC 5

TOMES,

1936 R1 Hamilton Stelco

TONER,

1934 SF Winnipeg United Weston FC

TOPPING, BERT

3 6

IR

G2

RH

RH / OR

1920 QC Montréal CPR 1 1921 SF Montréal CPR 1922 QF Montréal Grenadier Guards 2

TORRANCE,

1929 QF Oshawa General Motors

TOTTEN,

1925 SF Fort William War Veterans

TOTTEN, 1914

5 Regina Leader

2 1 3

OL

G1

IL LB


WALLACE

1935 SF Lethbridge Supinas

TUCKER, S.

1933 SF Calgary CPR

TULLY, G. 1919

2 Winnipeg Great War Veterans

TURLEY, GUY

1936 SF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons 1939 SF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons

TURNBULL,

1924 QF Mimico Beach FC

TURNBULL, JAMES

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1929 1 Montréal CNR

4 4 2 3 2 2

OL OL GK IR OR

LH / RH 5

TURNER, BILL

IR

TURNER, DAVE

IL

Born in Edinburgh, SCO. Grew up in Edmonton Brother Dave Turner 1928 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion 2

1933 R1 Fort William Canadian Legion

VICTOR, HARRY

WAIDE, DICK “PROFESSOR”

1934 SF Sudbury Frood Mines Tigers 1937 SF Sudbury Frood Mines Tigers Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1914 1 Norwood Wanderers

1935 SF Lethbridge Supinas

4

URE, JOHNNY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1920 1 Hamilton Westinghouse

URQUHART, BOB 1936

2 Winnipeg United Weston FC

VALENTINE, TOM

1927 SF Saskatoon Sons of England

G6

RH

8 4

G1

CF

1936 QF Fort William Canadian Legion

WALKER, 1914

4 Lachine (Montréal)

WALKER, ALGERT

1913 3 Fort William CPR 1914 2 Fort William CPR 1915 SF Fort William CPR 1920 SF Fort William CPR 1924 SF Fort William CPR 1919

2 Winnipeg Great War Veterans

1933 QF Winnipeg Irish FC 1939 SF Winnipeg Irish FC

2 4 2 4 2 5 2 5

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1930 1 Westminster Royals FC

OL CH RH G1

OL

G1

OL / IR

1 3

WALL,

WALLACE, FRED

6

4

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Stanley Yorke Wakelyn. Born 1890-05-31 in Sunderland, Durham, ENG. Also grew up in Calgary. Died in Calgary on 1978-12-26. Brother Ed Wakelyn 1922 1 Calgary Hillhurst FC 6 G 1 1924 QF Calgary Hillhurst FC 2 G 1 1930 QF Calgary Hillhurst FC 1

WALKER, WILF

CF

CH

WAKELYN, STAN “PORRIDGE”

RB

URE, GEORGE

G1

LH

WALKER, GEORGE

1

CH

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Edwin Douglas Wakelyn. Born 1893-12-18 in Sunderland, Durham, ENG. Also grew up in Calgary. Died in Calgary on 1984-02-13. Brother Stan Wakelyn 1922 1 Calgary Hillhurst FC 5

RB

1922 QF Montréal Grenadier Guards

9 2

WAKELYN, ED

UNDERHILL, PERCY “SLIM” URE,

GK

WAKELEY,

WALFORD,

2

IR

Born 1887-12-07 in Kent, ENG. Died 1967-07-16. 1913 3 Fort William CPR 1 1920 SF Fort William CPR 5 CS 1

Played for Canada in 1927 (Tour of New Zealand) 4x Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1903-10-11 in Edinburgh, SCO. Grew up in Edmonton. Died on 1989-04-06. Brother Bill Turner 1924 SF Cumberland FC 4 1928 1 Westminster Royals FC 7 G 7 1930 1 Westminster Royals FC 7 G 2 1931 1 Westminster Royals FC 6 G 2 1934 QF Westminster Royals FC 4 1936 1 Westminster Royals FC 5 G 3 Hero of the Connaught Series in 1931 and 1936 1932 QF Regina CNR

1

G1

RH 1 2

GK

CH

1932 QF Regina CNR

GK

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in SCO 1932 1 Toronto Scottish FC 6 CS 3 1933 1 Toronto Scottish FC 9 CS 3 1934 QF Toronto Scottish FC 4

WALLACE, HUGH

CONNAUGHT

TRUMAN, J.

VALENTINE,

CHAMPIONSHIP

RH / LH

3x Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1897-11-25 in New Cumnock, Ayrshire, SCO. Died in White Rock, BC on 1972-12-23. 1928 1 Westminster Royals FC 1 1930 1 Westminster Royals FC 6 G 1 1931 1 Westminster Royals FC 6

MATCHES G/CS

LEGENDS

TROTTER, TOMMY

YR RK CLUB

FOOTBALLERS

MATCHES G/CS

GK

143

CLUBS

YR RK CLUB


YR RK CLUB

MATCHES G/CS

WALLACE, JIMMY

Grew up in Hamilton, ON, CAN 1930 SF Hamilton Thistle FC 1935 QF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons 1936 SF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons 1939 SF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons

WALLACE,

1934 QF Edmonton Radials

WALSH, 1935

2 Nanaimo City FC

WALTERS, A.

1920 SF Fort William CPR 1924 SF Fort William CPR 1927 2 Fort William Canadian Legion 1928 SF Fort William Canadian Legion

WANSTALL, JOHNNY

1927 SF Saskatoon Sons of England 1930 QF Saskatoon Sons of England

WARD,

1924 QF Moose Jaw CPR

WARDROPE, 1920

2 Winnipeg Brittania

WARD,

1923 QF Regina Imperial Oil

GK

WATSON,

4 CS 1 6 CS 1 9 CS 4 3

WATSON,

2 1 5 2 4 2 0 2 2 9 2

GK CF RB

G1

GK

WATCHORN, RAY “SKINNY”

GK RB CF

G2

CF / OL

GK

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Vancouver. Died in Burnaby on 2003-10-28. 1937 1 Vancouver Johnston Storage 8 CS 3 1939 1 Vancouver Radials 0

WATSON, BILL

GK

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Vancouver, BC, CAN 1933 QF Vancouver Cowan-Dodson FC 1939 1 Vancouver Radials

3 CS 1 9 CS 1

WATSON, DAVE

IR / OL

1 1

WATSON, DUNCAN

144

1920

2

2 Winnipeg Brittania

8

WATT, ANGUS

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1923 QF Toronto Ulster United FC 1925 1 Toronto Ulster United FC 1928 QF Toronto Ulster United FC

WATT, JACK 1919

2 Winnipeg Great War Veterans

G2

CF 4 8 1 3

G5 G9

IL OR G2

LH / RH 1 6 2 2

WATT, TOMMY

IR CF

Born in Esquimalt, BC, CAN. Died 1940-06-28 (lost at sea after HMCS Fraser collision). 1925 2 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers 5 G 3 Top Scorer of the Connaught Series in 1925

CF

1933 QF Halifax Royal Navy

2

WAUGH, JAMES “DAISY”

CF / IR

Dominion of Canada Championship winner James McLean Waugh. Born in Nanaimo, BC, CAN. Died 1936-12-31 (work accident). 1930 1 Westminster Royals FC 3 1935 2 Nanaimo City FC 4 G 5

WEALE, SID WEBSTER,

1

WATERS, JIMMY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1923 SF Fort Rouge Rangers 1926 1 Winnipeg United Weston FC 1927 QF Fort Rouge Rangers 1929 2 Winnipeg United Weston FC Top Scorer of the Connaught Series in 1926

1921 QF Calgary Callies

1933 SF Calgary CPR

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Raymond Harwood Watchorn. Born 1911-05-09 in Nanaimo. Died in New Westminster on 1937-01-19 (gun accident at work). 1934 QF Westminster Royals FC 2 1936 1 Westminster Royals FC 5

1929 SF Edmonton CNR 1935 SF Lethbridge Supinas

MATCHES G/CS

WATT,

WARING, JAMES

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1937 1 Vancouver Johnston Storage

YR RK CLUB

1920 QF Regina Soccerites

6 1

5 Regina Leader

WEIR, DAVIE

4

WENN,

1933 QF Halifax Royal Navy

6 6 8 4 1

RH

CH / IR /RH

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1929 QF Vancouver St. Saviours 1935 2 Nanaimo City FC 1939 1 Vancouver Radials

WEST, TIM

IL

G1

LH / RB / LB

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in SCO 1931 2 Toronto Scottish FC 1932 1 Toronto Scottish FC 1933 1 Toronto Scottish FC 1934 QF Toronto Scottish FC

WEST, GEORGE

G1

OL / OR / CH

WEICKER, DOC 1914

CH

2 2 8

G2

OL

1936 SF Calgary Callies 1938 QF Calgary Callies

2 2

WESTWATER, BILLY

IL / OL

Born 1897-04-18 in Edinburgh, SCO. Died 1987-03-16. 1930 2 Montréal CNR 5 G 3

WHEELER,

1923 QF Toronto Ulster United FC

2

OR


WOOD

1930 SF Hamilton Thistle FC

1936 QF Montréal Hamilton United

1

IL

1

WHITE, GEORGE

2x Dominion of Canada Championship (1935, 1948) Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Montréal, QC, CAN 1935 1 Montréal Aldred 11 1938 QF Montréal Carsteel FC 2 1939 2 Montréal Carsteel FC 9

WHITEFORD, ELMER

1927 SF Saskatoon Sons of England

WHITEHEAD,

1915 SF Montréal Grand Trunk FC

1

WHITEHEAD,

WILSON, G.

1935 SF Lethbridge Supinas

CF

WILSON, J

LH

WILSON, JIM

3

CH

2

WHITNEY, R.

OR / IR

WHYTE, 1913 1914

2 Lachine (Montréal) 4 Lachine (Montréal)

WHYTE, WILLIE 1938

2 Timmins Dome Mines

WILCE,

1926 QF Edmonton CNR

WILCOX,

1919 SF Toronto Old Country

WILLIAMS, FRED “TANK”

2

CF / IR

3 4 7

2 1

G2

OR G2

LB GK

CH / RB

Played for Canada in 1925 (International in USA) Played for Canada in 1926 (International in USA) Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1894-12-28 in Bristol, Gloucestershire, ENG. Died in Toronto on 1929-09-01 (infection). Public memorial service held at Ulster Stadium. 1923 QF Toronto Ulster United FC 1 1925 1 Toronto Ulster United FC 6 1928 QF Toronto Ulster United FC 2

WILLIAMS, JOSEPH

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in ENG 1928 2 Montréal CNR 1929 1 Montréal CNR 1930 2 Montréal CNR

WILLIAMS,

1933 QF Halifax Royal Navy

WILLIAMS,

1936 R1 Hamilton Stelco

OR 4 5 3 2 3

G1 G3

OL OL

LH GK

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1897-02-19 in Bellshill, Lanarkshire, SCO. Also grew up in Calgary. Died in Calgary on 1967-09-09. 1922 1 Calgary Hillhurst FC 7 CS 1 1923 QF Coleman 2 1924 QF Calgary Hillhurst FC 2 CS 1 Hero of the Connaught Series in 1922 1935 R1 Toronto Scottish FC

1922 QF Regina Mounted Police 1931 QF Saskatoon Thistle

WILSON, ANDY

WILSON, BILLY

0

WHITEHEAD, BOB

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1913 1 Norwood Wanderers

LB

3

1920

2 Winnipeg Brittania

3 4 3

Played for Canada in 1921 (International in CAN) Played for Canada in 1924 (Tour of Australia) 1927 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion 2 1928 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion 2

WILSON, JOE 1920

2 Winnipeg Brittania

9

WILSON, NELSON

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1925 2 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers 1927 1 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers

WILSON,

1937 QF Edmonton Civics 1939 QF Edmonton Civics

WILSON,

1933 SF Calgary CPR 1938 QF Calgary Callies

WILSON, 1913

2 Lachine (Montréal)

WILTON, 1929

2 Winnipeg United Weston FC

WINNING, JIMMY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1932 1 Toronto Scottish FC 1937 SF Sudbury Frood Mines Tigers 1939 SF Sudbury Falconbridge Falcons

WINTERS, JIMMY

1929 SF Edmonton CNR 1931 QF Edmonton CNR

WOLFSBERG,

1936 SF Calgary Callies

WOOD, A.

1925 QF Calgary CPR

IR

G3

CH RH CH

CH G1

OR 6 6

G1 G5

0 2

CF / RH 4 2

GK

3 CS 2 1

RH

IR / CF 6 3 3

WINTER, A.

Born in ENG. Grew up in SCO. 1928 QF Edmonton Canadian Legion

CONNAUGHT

WHITE, BILLY

WILSON,

CHAMPIONSHIP

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1936 1 Westminster Royals FC

MATCHES G/CS

LEGENDS

WHEELER, WALT

YR RK CLUB

G2 G1 G1

RB

FOOTBALLERS

MATCHES G/CS

2 5 2 2 2

RH LB GK

145

CLUBS

YR RK CLUB


YR RK CLUB

MATCHES G/CS

WOOD, HOWARD “PAPPY”

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Curling The Brier winner Born 1888-08-29 in Winnipeg. Died 1978-09-28. 1915 1 Winnipeg Scottish 4

WOOD, JACK

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1930 1 Westminster Royals FC

1929 QF Regina Scottish

WOODWARD, F 1915

2 Toronto Lancashire

2 4

WOOLACOTT, W.

IL LH IR

G1

IR

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in CAN 1925 1 Toronto Ulster United FC 1926 SF Toronto Willys-Overland

1 4

WOOLFE, BILL

LH / LB

Dominion of Canada Championship winner 1938 1 North Shore United FC

WOOSMAN, M. 1923

2 Montréal CPR

WORSLEY, BILL

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Son Lorne Worlsey. 1919 1 Montréal Grand Trunk FC

G1 G1

4 7

IR CF

OR

Selected to play for Canada in 1916 (match canceled) Played for Canada in 1921 (International in CAN) Dominion of Canada Championship winner Arthur James Woutersz. Born 1896-08-31 in Colombo, Ceylon (SRI). Died in Wayne County, MI, USA on 194703-03. 1915 SF Montréal Grand Trunk FC 2 1919 1 Montréal Grand Trunk FC 4 G 2 1920 QC Montréal CPR 2

WRIGHT, JIMMY

CH / RH

Selected to play for Canada in 1916 (match canceled) 1920 QC Montréal CPR 2 1924 2 Beloeil Canadian Explosives 4

WRIGHT, JOHNNY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Ruthglen, SCO 1922 1 Calgary Hillhurst FC 1924 QF Calgary Hillhurst FC

WRIGHT, PADDY

1927 SF Saskatoon Sons of England

WRIGLEY, 1914

5 Regina Leader

WYLIE, A.

1922 QF Nanaimo City FC

146

OL / IL 7 2 4 4 2

1925 QF Regina Post

YARNELL,

1932 SF Montréal Blue Bonnets 1936 QF Montréal Hamilton United

YARNTON, HARRY “SLIM” 1921 SF Regina Post 1925 QF Regina Post 1926 SF Regina Post

YATES, JIMMY

1923 QF Coleman

CH RB OR

2 2

GK OR GK

2 3 CS 1

LH / OR 4 1 1 2

YELLOWLEES, NORM

OR

G1

OL

Born 1912-03-17 in Winnipeg. Died in North Vancouver on 1991-01-14. 1932 SF Winnipeg Manitoba Telephones 4 G 1

YOUNG, BILLY “DANDY”

1934 SF Sudbury Frood Mines Tigers 1937 SF Sudbury Frood Mines Tigers

YOUNG, GEORGE

1931 QF Saskatoon Thistle 1935 QF Saskatoon Thistle

IR / IL

8 1 2 0

G2

CH

YOUNG, JACK

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in North Vancouver, BC, CAN 1938 1 North Shore United FC

YOUNG, P.

4

WOUTERSZ, ARTHUR “ARTIE”

WYLIE, F.

1921 QF Calgary Callies

2

1921 QF Fort William 1932 QF Fort William Canadian Legion 2

MATCHES G/CS

WYLIE, LB

WOODS, WOODS,

RH

YR RK CLUB

1933 R1 Fort William Canadian Legion

3 3

YOUNG, TEDDY

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born in Bristol, ENG 1921 1 Toronto Scottish FC 1926 SF Toronto Willys-Overland 4

YOXALL, BILL

1933 SF Calgary CPR

YULE,

1927 QF Fort Rouge Rangers

ZACCARELLI, ROMEO “ROMMIE”

RH OL G7 G2

CF / IL

5

G7

0

Dominion of Canada Championship winner Born 1896-10-11 in Comox, BC, CAN. Grew up in Nanaimo. Died in Nanaimo on 1958-08-06. 1922 QF Nanaimo City FC 2 1923 1 Nanaimo City FC Wanderers 2

RB


BRITISH COLUMBIA

Record 2 wins, 2 draws, 1 loss 1924 R1 Defeated Calgary Hillhurst 1924 SF Eliminated by Winnipeg United Weston

BC

CUMBERLAND CANADIAN COLLIERIES BC Record 4 wins, 3 draws, 1 loss 1926 R1 Defeated Edmonton CNR 1926 SF Defeated Regina Post 1926 F Lost Final to Winnipeg United Weston FC

LADYSMITH FC

BC

NANAIMO CITY FC

BC

Record 4 wins, 0 draws, 2 losses 1921 R1 Defeated Calgary Callies 1921 SF Defeated Regina Post 1921 F Lost Final to Toronto Scottish FC 2x Dominion of Canada Championship winners Nanaimo City FC and Nanaimo FC Wanderers All-time 28 matches over five competitions Record 17 wins, 6 draws, 5 losses 1922 R1 Eliminated by Calgary Hillhurst FC 1923 R1 Defeated Coleman 1923 SF Defeated Fort Rouge Rangers 1923 F Won Final v Montréal CPR 1925 R1 Defeated Calgary CPR 1925 SF Defeated Winnipeg United Weston FC 1925 F Lost Final to Toronto Ulster United FC 1927 R1 Defeated Edmonton Canadian Legion 1927 SF Defeated Saskatoon Sons of England 1927 F Won Final v Fort William Legion 1935 SF Defeated Lethbridge Supinas 1935 F Lost Final to Montréal Aldred

NORTH SHORE UNITED FC

BC

Dominion of Canada Championship winners in 1938 All-time 17 matches over two seasons Record 8 wins, 5 draws, 4 losses 1932 R1 Defeated Edmonton Canadian Legion 1932 SF Defeated Winnipeg Manitoba Telephones 1932 F Lost Final to Toronto Scottish FC 1938 R1 Defeated Calgary Callies 1938 SF Defeated Winnipeg United Weston FC 1938 F Won Final v Timmins Dome Mines Also Dominion of Canada Championship winners 1949

VANCOUVER COWAN-DODSON FC

BC

VANCOUVER JOHNSTON STORAGE

BC

Record 1 win, 0 draws, 2 losses 1933 R1 Eliminated by Calgary CPR

Dominion of Canada Championship winners in 1937 Record 6 wins, 0 draws, 2 losses 1937 R1 Defeated Edmonton Civics 1937 SF Defeated Winnipeg United Weston FC 1937 F Won Final v Toronto Ulster United FC Club disbanded after the 1937 championship

BC

VANCOUVER ST. SAVIOURS

BC

WESTMINSTER ROYALS FC

BC

Dominion of Canada Championship winners in 1939 Record 3 wins, 3 draws, 1 loss 1939 R1 Defeated Edmonton Civics 1939 SF Defeated Winnipeg Irish FC 1939 F Won Final v Montréal Carsteel FC

Record 0 wins, 0 draws, 2 losses 1929 R1 Eliminated by Edmonton CNR Dominion of Canada Championship winners in 1950 (as Vancouver City FC) and 1956 (Vancouver Haleco FC) 4x Dominion of Canada Championship winners All-time 30 matches over five competitions Record 23 wins, 0 draws, 7 losses 1928 R1 Defeated Edmonton Canadian Legion 1928 SF Defeated Winnipeg Westbrook 1928 F Won Final v Montréal CNR 1930 R1 Defeated Calgary Hillhurst 1930 SF Defeated Winnipeg Hearts 1930 F Won Final v Montréal CNR 1931 R1 Defeated Edmonton CNR 1931 SF Defeated Winnipeg Irish FC 1931 F Won Final v Toronto Scottish 1934 R1 Defeated Edmonton Radials 1934 R2 Eliminated by Prince Albert City Reds 1936 R1 Defeated Calgary Callies 1936 F Won Final v Winnipeg United Weston Also Canadian winners in 1953, 1955, 1958, 1960

CHAMPIONSHIP

CUMBERLAND FC

VANCOUVER RADIALS

LEGENDS

BRITISH COLUMBIA

RK YEAR BY YEAR, ROUND BY ROUND

ALBERTA CALGARY CALLIES

AB

CALGARY CPR

AB

CALGARY HILLHURST FC

AB

All-time 6 matches over 3 competitions Record 0 wins, 0 draws, 6 losses 1921 R1 Eliminated by Ladysmith FC 1936 R1 Eliminated by Westminster Royals FC 1938 R1 Eliminated by North Shore United FC The People’s Shield winners in 1907, 1908, 1909 Challenge Trophy winners 1999, 2003, 2007, 2008 All-time 8 matches over 2 competitions Record 3 wins, 0 draws, 5 losses 1925 R1 Eliminated by Nanaimo Wanderers 1933 R1 Defeated Vancouver Cowan-Dodson 1933 SF Eliminated by Prince Albert City Reds

CONNAUGHT

YR

Dominion of Canada Championship winners in 1922 All-time 11 matches over 3 competitions Record 3 wins, 4 draws, 4 losses 1922 R1 Defeated Nanaimo City FC 1922 SF Defeated Winnipeg United Weston FC 1922 F Won Final v Toronto Ulster United FC 1924 R1 Eliminated by Cumberland FC 1930 R1 Eliminated by Westminster Royals FC The People’s Shield winners in 1910

FOOTBALLERS

RK YEAR BY YEAR, ROUND BY ROUND

CLUBS

YR


YR

RK YEAR BY YEAR, ROUND BY ROUND

YR

RK YEAR BY YEAR, ROUND BY ROUND

COLEMAN AB

REGINA MOUNTED POLICE

SK

EDMONTON CANADIAN LEGION

AB

REGINA POST

SK

EDMONTON CIVICS

AB

REGINA SCOTTISH FC

SK

REGINA SOCCERITES

SK

SASKATOON SONS OF ENGLAND

SK

SASKATOON THISTLE FC

SK

Record 0 wins, 0 draws, 2 losses 1923 R1 Eliminated by Nanaimo Wanderers

All-time 6 matches over 3 competitions Record 0 wins, 2 draws, 4 losses 1927 R1 Eliminated by Nanaimo City FC 1928 R1 Eliminated by Westminster Royals FC 1932 R1 Eliminated by North Shore United FC

All-time 4 matches over 2 competitions Record 1 win, 0 draws, 3 losses 1937 R1 Eliminated by Vancouver Johnston Storage 1939 R1 Eliminated by Vancouver Radials

EDMONTON CNR

AB

All-time 9 matches over 3 competitions Record 2 wins, 2 draws, 5 losses 1926 R1 Eliminated by Cumberland Collieries 1929 R1 Defeated Vancouver St. Saviours 1929 SF Eliminated by Winnipeg United Weston FC 1931 R1 Eliminated by Westminster Royals

EDMONTON RADIALS

Record 0 wins, 0 draws, 2 losses 1934 R1 Eliminated by Westminster Royals

LETHBRIDGE SUPINAS

Record 2 wins, 0 draws, 2 losses 1935 R1 Defeated Saskatoon Thistle 1935 SF Eliminated by Nanaimo City FC

AB AB

SASKATCHEWAN SK

PRINCE ALBERT CITY REDS

SK

Record 0 wins, 0 draws, 2 losses 1924 R1 Eliminated by Winnipeg United Weston FC

REGINA CNR

SK

Record 0 wins, 1 draw, 1 loss 1932 R1 Eliminated by Winnipeg Manitoba Telephones

REGINA IMPERIAL OIL

SK

REGINA LEADER

SK

Record 0 wins, 0 draws, 2 losses 1923 R1 Eliminated by Fort Rouge Rangers

Record 0 wins, 0 draws, 4 losses 1914 5 Round-robin series, fifth place in standings

148

All-time 8 matches over 3 competitions Record 1 win, 0 draws, 7 losses 1921 R1 Defeated Fort Rouge Rangers 1921 SF Eliminated by Ladysmith FC 1925 R1 Eliminated by Winnipeg United Weston FC 1926 SF Eliminated by Cumberland Collieries Record 1 win, 0 draws, 1 loss 1929 R1 Eliminated by Winnipeg United Weston FC Record 0 wins, 1 draw, 1 loss 1920 R1 Eliminated by Winnipeg Brittanias All-time 6 matches over 2 competitions Record 1 win, 1 draw, 4 losses 1927 R1 Defeated Fort Rouge Rangers 1927 SF Eliminated by Nanaimo City FC 1930 R1 Eliminated by Winnipeg Hearts

All-time 7 matches over 3 competitions Record 1 win, 0 draws, 6 losses 1928 R1 Eliminated by Winnipeg Westbrook 1931 R1 Eliminated by Winnipeg Irish FC 1935 R1 Eliminated by Lethbridge Supinas

MANITOBA

MOOSE JAW CPR

All-time 19 matches over 2 competitions Record 8 wins, 3 draws, 8 losses 1933 R1 Defeated Winnipeg Irish FC 1933 SF Defeated Calgary CPR 1933 F Lost to Toronto Scottish FC 1934 R2 Defeated Westminster Royals FC 1934 SF Defeated Winnipeg United Weston FC 1934 F Lost to Verdun Park FC

Record 0 wins, 0 draws, 2 losses 1922 R1 Eliminated by Winnipeg United Weston FC

FORT ROUGE RANGERS

MB

NORWOOD WANDERERS FC

MB

WINNIPEG BRITTANIA

MB

WINNIPEG GREAT WAR VETERANS

MB

All-time 8 matches over 3 competitions Record 3 wins, 2 draws, 3 losses 1921 R1 Eliminated by Regina Post 1923 R1 Defeated Regina Imperial Oil 1923 SF Eliminated by Nanaimo Wanderers 1927 R1 Eliminated by Saskatoon Sons of England

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winners Norwood Wanderers FC of St. Boniface All-time 7 matches over 2 competitions Record 3 wins, 4 draws, 2 losses 1913 1 Round-robin series, first place in standings 1914 1 Round-robin series, first place in standings Record 3 wins, 4 draws, 2 losses 1920 R1 Defeated Regina Soccerites 1920 R2 Three-team series, advance to replay 1920 SF Defeated Fort William CPR 1920 F Lost Final to Hamilton Westinghouse FC Record 2 wins, 0 draws, 3 losses 1919 SF Defeated Port Arthur Pascoes 1919 F Lost Final to Montréal Grand Trunk FC


ONTARIO

All-time 13 matches over 3 competitions Record 7 wins, 3 draws, 3 losses 1931 R1 Defeated Saskatoon Thistle 1931 SF Eliminated by Westminster Royals FC 1933 R1 Defeated Fort William Canadian Legion 1933 R2 Eliminated by Prince Albert City Reds 1939 SF Eliminated by Vancouver Radials

MB

WINNIPEG MANITOBA TELEPHONES

MB

WINNIPEG SCOTTISH FC

MB

Record 1 win, 2 draws, 1 loss 1932 R1 Defeated Regina CNR 1932 SF Eliminated by North Shore United FC

Dominion of Canada Championship winners Record 3 wins, 0 draws, 0 losses 1915 SF Defeated Fort William CPR 1915 F Won Final v Toronto Lancashire Also Canadian winners in 1954 and 1962 (as Winnipeg AN&AF Scottish FC)

WINNIPEG UNITED WESTON FC

MB

2x Dominion of Canada Championship winners All-time 58 matches over 10 competitions Record 26 wins, 16 draws, 16 losses 1922 R1 Defeated Regina Mounted Police 1922 SF Eliminated by Calgary Hillhurst FC 1924 R1 Defeated Moose Jaw CPR 1924 SF Defeated Cumberland FC 1924 F Won Final v Beloeil Canadian Explosives 1925 R1 Defeated Regina Post 1925 SF Eliminated by Nanaimo Wanderers 1926 R1 Defeated Fort William Great War Veterans 1926 SF Defeated Toronto Willys-Overland 1926 F Won Final v Cumberland Collieries 1929 R1 Defeated Regina Scottish 1929 SF Defeated Edmonton CNR 1929 F Lost Final to Montréal CNR 1934 R1 Defeated Fort William Wanderers 1934 SF Eliminated by Prince Albert City Reds 1935 R1 Eliminated by Fort William Wanerers 1936 R1 Defeated Fort William Canadian Legion 1936 SF Defeated Sudbury Falconbridge 1936 F Lost Final to Westminster Royals FC 1937 SF Eliminated by Vancouver National Storage 1938 R1 Defeated Fort William Wanderers 1938 SF Eliminated by North Shore United FC

WINNIPEG WESTBROOK

Record 2 wins, 0 draws, 3 losses 1928 R1 Defeated Saskatoon Thistle 1928 SF Eliminated by Westminster Royals FC

MB

NEW ONTARIO FORT WILLIAM

ON

FORT WILLIAM CANADIAN LEGION

ON

FORT WILLIAM CPR

ON

FORT WILLIAM WAR VETERANS

ON

Record 0 wins, 0 draws, 2 losses 1921 R1 Eliminated by Toronto Scottish FC

All-time 18 matches over 8 competitions Record 3 wins, 3 draws, 12 losses 1927 SF Defeated Brantford Cockshutt FC 1927 F Lost Final to Nanaimo City FC Wanderers 1928 SF Eliminated by Montréal CNR 1929 SF Eliminated by Montréal CNR 1930 R1 Eliminated by Hamilton Thistle FC 1931 SF Eliminated by Toronto Scottish FC 1932 R1 Eliminated by Toronto Scottish FC 1933 R1 Eliminated by Winnipeg Irish FC 1936 R1 Eliminated by Winnipeg United Weston FC

All-time 16 matches over 5 competitions Record 4 wins, 5 draws, 7 losses 1913 3 Round-robin series, third place 1914 2 Round-robin series, second place 1915 SF Eliminated by Winnipeg ScottishFC 1920 R2 Three-team series, advance to replay 1920 SF Eliminated by Winnipeg Brittania 1924 SF Eliminated by Beloeil Canadian Explosives The People’s Shield winners in 1912 All-time 5 matches over 3 competitions Record 0 wins, 0 draws, 5 losses 1923 SF Eliminated by Montréal CPR 1925 SF Eliminated by Toronto Ulster United FC 1926 R1 Eliminated by Winnipeg United Weston FC

CONNAUGHT

WINNIPEG IRISH FC

MB

CHAMPIONSHIP

Record 3 wins, 0 draws, 1 loss 1930 R1 Defeated Saskatoon Sons of England 1930 SF Eliminated by Westminster Royals FC

RK YEAR BY YEAR, ROUND BY ROUND

LEGENDS

WINNIPEG HEARTS

YR

FORT WILLIAM WESTFORT WANDERERS ON All-time 11 matches over 3 competitions Record 3 wins, 2 draws, 6 losses 1934 R1 Eliminated by Winnipeg United Weston FC 1935 R1 Defeated Winnipeg United Weston FC 1935 SF Eliminated by Montréal Aldred 1938 R1 Eliminated by Winnipeg United Weston FC

PORT ARTHUR PASCOES

Record 1 win, 0 draws, 2 losses 1919 SF Eliminated by Winnipeg War Veterans

ON

ONTARIO

FOOTBALLERS

RK YEAR BY YEAR, ROUND BY ROUND

BRANTFORD COCKSHUTT FC BLUES ON Record 1 win, 1 draw, 2 losses 1927 R1 Defeated Montréal CPR 1927 SF Eliminated by Fort William Canadian Legion

HAMILTON STELCO

Record 0 wins, 1 draw, 2 losses 1936 R1 Eliminated by Sudbury Falconbridge

ON

CLUBS

YR


YR

RK YEAR BY YEAR, ROUND BY ROUND

YR

HAMILTON THISTLE FC

ON

HAMILTON WESTINGHOUSE

ON

Record 1 win, 2 draws, 1 loss 1930 R1 Defeated Fort William Canadian Legion 1930 SF Eliminated by Montréal CNR

Dominion of Canada Championship winners in 1920 Record 3 wins, 1 draw, 2 losses 1920 R1 Defeated Montréal CPR 1920 R2 Three-team series, advance to final 1920 F Won Final v Winnipeg Brittania

MIMICO BEACH FC

ON

OSHAWA GENERAL MOTORS

ON

TORONTO EATON’S

ON

Record 0 wins, 1 draw, 1 loss 1924 R1 Beloeil Canadian Explosives Record 0 wins, 1 draw, 1 loss 1929 R1 Eliminated by Montréal CNR Record 2 wins, 1 draw, 1 loss 1914 3 Round-robin series, third place

TORONTO LANCASHIRE

Record 1 win, 2 draws, 1 loss 1915 SF Defeated Montréal Grand Trunk FC 1915 F Lost Final to Winnipeg Scottish FC

ON

RK YEAR BY YEAR, ROUND BY ROUND

1937 R1 Defeated Montréal Glen Yards 1937 SF Defeated Sudbury Frood Mines 1937 F Lost Final to Vancouver Johnston Storage 1938 R1 Defeated Montréal Carsteel FC 1938 SF Eliminated by Timmins Dome Mines 1939 R1 Eliminated by Montréal Carsteel FC Also Dominion of Canada Championship 1946, 1951

TORONTO WILLYS-OVERLAND

ON

Record 2 wins, 0 draws, 2 losses 1926 R1 Defeated Montréal CPR 1926 SF Eliminated by Winnipeg United Weston FC

NORTHERN ONTARIO MCINTYRE MINES

ON

SUDBURY FALCONBRIDGE

ON

Record 0 wins, 2 draws, 1 loss 1933 R1 Eliminated by Toronto Scottish FC

TORONTO OLD COUNTRY

ON

All-time 20 matches over 3 competitions Record 8 wins, 5 draws, 7 losses 1935 R1 Defeated Toronto Scottish FC 1935 R2 Eliminated by Montréal Aldred 1936 R1 Defeated Hamilton Stelcos 1936 R2 Defeated Montréal Hamilton United 1936 SF Eliminated by Winnipeg United Weston FC 1939 SF Eliminated by Montréal Carsteel FC

TORONTO SCOTTISH FC

ON

SUDBURY FROOD MINES

ON

TIMMINS DOME MINES

ON

All-time 5 matches across 2 competitions Record 1 win, 2 draws, 2 losses 1913 4 Round-robin series, fourth place 1919 SF Eliminated by Montréal Grand Trunk FC

3x Dominion of Canada Championship winners in 1925 All-time 35 matches across 6 competitions Record 19 wins, 8 draws, 8 losses 1921 R1 Defeated Fort William 1921 SF Defeated Montréal CPR 1921 F Won Final v Ladysmith FC 1931 R1 Defeated Montréal Carsteel FC 1931 SF Defeated Fort William Canadian Legion 1931 F Lost Final to Westminster Royals FC 1932 R1 Defeated Fort William Canadian Legion 1932 SF Defeated Montréal Blue Bonnets 1932 F Won Final v North Shore United FC 1933 R1 Defeated McIntyre Mines 1933 SF Defeated Montréal CNR 1933 F Won Final v Prince Albert City Reds 1934 R1 Eliminated by Sudbury Frood Mines 1935 R1 Eliminated by Sudbury Falconbridge

TORONTO ULSTER UNITED FC

Dominion of Canada Championship winners All-time 28 matches across 7 competitions Record 12 wins, 7 draws, 9 losses 1922 R1 Defeated Montréal Grenadier Guards 1921 F Lost Final to Calgary Hillhurst FC 1923 R1 Eliminated by Montréal CPR 1925 R1 Defeated by Montréal Carsteel FC 1925 SF Defeated Fort William War Veterans 1925 F Won Final v Nanaimo Wanderers 1928 R1 Eliminated by Montréal CNR

150

ON

All-time 12 matches over 2 competitions Record 2 wins, 7 draws, 3 losses 1934 R1 Defeated Toronto Scottish FC 1934 SF Eliminated by Verdun Park FC 1937 SF Eliminated by Toronto Ulster United FC Record 3 wins, 2 draws, 2 losses 1938 SF Defeated Toronto Ulster United FC 1938 F Lost Final to North Shore United FC

QUÉBEC BELOEIL CANADIAN EXPLOSIVES

QC

Record 3 wins, 2 draws, 1 loss 1924 R1 Defeated Mimico Beach FC 1924 SF Defeated Fort William CPR 1924 F Lost Final to Winnipeg United Weston FC

LACHINE QC

All-time 7 matches over two competitions Record 2 wins, 2 draws, 3 losses 1913 2 Round-robin series, second place 1914 4 Round-robin series, fourth place


PLAYERNAME

QC

MONTRÉAL CARSTEEL FC

QC

Record 1 win, 0 draws, 1 loss 1932 SF Eliminated by Toronto Scottish FC

All-time 16 matches over 4 competitions Record 5 wins, 4 draws, 7 losses 1925 R1 Eliminated by Toronto Ulster United FC 1931 R1 Eliminated by Toronto Scottish FC 1938 R1 Eliminated by Toronto Ulster United FC 1939 R1 Defeated Toronto Ulster United FC 1939 SF Defeated Sudbury Falconbridge 1939 F Lost Final to Vancouver Radials Dominion of Canada Championship winners in 1948

MONTRÉAL CNR

QC

Dominion of Canada Championship winners All-time 23 matches over 4 competitions Record 12 wins, 4 draws, 7 losses 1928 R1 Defeated Toronto Ulster United FC 1928 SF Defeated Fort William Canadian Legion 1928 F Lost Final to Westminster Royals FC 1929 R1 Defeated Oshawa General Motors 1929 SF Defeated Fort William Canadian Legion 1929 F Won Final v Winnipeg United Weston FC 1930 SF Defeated Hamilton Thistle FC 1930 F Lost Final to Westminster Royals FC 1933 R1 Defeated Halifax Royal Navy 1930 SF Eliminated by Toronto Scottish FC

MONTRÉAL CPR

QC

MONTRÉAL GLEN YARDS

QC

MONTRÉAL GRAND TRUNK FC

QC

MONTRÉAL GRENADIER GUARDS

QC

All-time 17 matches over 5 competitions Record 8 wins, 2 draws, 7 losses 1920 R1 Eliminated by Hamilton Westinghouse 1921 R1 Defeated Halifax Shipyards 1921 SF Eliminated by Toronto Scottish FC 1923 R1 Defeated Toronto Ulster United FC 1923 SF Defeated Fort William War Veterans 1923 F Lost Final to Nanaimo Wanderers 1926 R1 Eliminated by Toronto Willys-Overland 1927 R1 Eliminated by Brantford Cockshutt FC Record 0 wins, 0 draws, 2 losses 1937 R1 Eliminated by Toronto Ulster United FC

Dominion of Canada Championship winners in 1919 All-time 6 matches over 2 competitions Record 3 wins, 1 draw, 2 losses 1915 SF Eliminated by Toronto Lancashire 1919 SF Defeated Toronto Old Country 1919 F Won Final v Winnipeg War Veterans Record 0 wins, 0 draws, 2 losses 1922 R1 Eliminated by Toronto Ulster United FC

QC

VERDUN PARK FC

QC

Record 1 win, 0 draws, 2 losses 1936 R1 Eliminated by Sudbury Falconbridge

Dominion of Canada Championship winners in 1934 Record 3 wins, 4 draws, 1 loss 1934 SF Defeated Sudbury Frood Mines 1934 F Won Final v Prince Albert City Reds Club disbanded after the 1934 championship

NOVA SCOTIA HALIFAX NS Record 0 wins, 0 draws, 2 losses 1921 R1 Eliminated by Montréal CPR

HALIFAX ROYAL NAVY

NS

HALIFAX ST. GEORGE’S ACES

NS

Record 0 wins, 0 draws, 2 losses 1933 R1 Eliminated by Montréal CNR Record 0 wins, 0 draws, 2 losses 1935 R1 Eliminated by Montréal Aldred

CONNAUGHT

MONTRÉAL BLUE BONNETS

MONTRÉAL HAMILTON UNITED

CHAMPIONSHIP

QC

Dominion of Canada Championship winners in 1935 Record 8 wins, 1 draw, 2 losses 1935 R1 Defeated Halifax St. George’s Aces 1935 R2 Defeated Sudbury Falconbridge 1935 SF Defeated Fort William Westfort Wanderers 1935 F Won Final v Nanaimo City FC Club renamed Notre-Dame-de-Grâce

RK YEAR BY YEAR, ROUND BY ROUND

LEGENDS

MONTRÉAL ALDRED

YR

FOOTBALLERS

RK YEAR BY YEAR, ROUND BY ROUND

CLUBS

YR


152


2017 canada soccer connaught series  

Canada Soccer Connaught Series (The Dominion of Canada Football Championship, 1913 to 1939)

2017 canada soccer connaught series  

Canada Soccer Connaught Series (The Dominion of Canada Football Championship, 1913 to 1939)

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