8th April 1911
FOOTBALL AMATEUR LEAGUE
Delegates representing the affiliated clubs in the Amateur Football League met at the University on Friday night. Professor Darnley Naylor presided. Amendments to the newly formed constitution were considered. It was resolved, to engage the Jubilee and Price Memorial Ovals on all available dates. The University ground will be at the disposal of the league on Saturdays when the University team is engaged in a match. Messrs. B. Coleman and T. King were chosen, as field umpires. Applications, for admission to the league were received from the Prospect, Semaphore Central, and Stanley Football Clubs, but they were refused. It was decided that the registration fee for clubs in the league should be £5 for the present.
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