As announced in the last number of the " Monovian," it was hoped to run four elevens this season, and I am pleased to report that this is now an accomplished fact. Thus is created a record in the history of the Club, and incidentally one of which we are all proud.
From the results to date, and the general enthusiasm of all members, we have, I think, every reason for anticipating a most successful season. The membership has greatly increased, now numbering fifty-eight, but a few more members are still required to ensure a successful fulfilment of the season's programme. The Hon. Secretary, N. C. Temple, 11, Fyfield Road, E.17, will be pleased to hear from any Old Boys desirous of joining, and tenders a hearty welcome to all.
The results to October 29th are as under :-
Played 7, won 4, lost 2, drawn i. Goals for, 19; goals against, 16.
Chief scorers : Blumsom, 9 ; Cheeswright, 3 ; Appelbee, 3.
Played 5, won 2, lost 3, drawn 0. Goals for, 17; goals against, 16.
Chief scorers : Pringle, 4; Horder, 3 ; Lock, 3.
Played 4, won 3, lost 1, drawn 0. Goals for, 22; goals against, 5.
Chief scorers: Blofield, 7; Davey, 4; Lees-Smith, 3.
Played 4, won 2, lost 2, drawn 0. Goals for, 6; goals against, 5.
In the Cup Competitions the First Eleven have won through the 1st and 2nd "Q " Rounds of the A.F.A. Senior Cup, and meet Broomfield at home on November 19th in the 3rd "Q" Round, whilst in the Essex A.F.A. Cup they lost to P.L.A. (3-2) in the 2nd Round.
The Reserves, after beating Old Parmiterians (8-1) in the 1st Round A.F.A. Junior Cup, lost to Merton Reserves (8-1) in the 2nd Round, and are meeting Guildhall Reserves on November 5th in the Essex A.F.A. Junior Cup.
The "A" Eleven were successful in the 2nd Round A.F.A. Minor Cup, beating Alley Old Boys' 3rd Eleven (5-1), and meet Streatham Reserves in the 3rd Round on Nov. 19th.
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