MR. F. J. LEOTAUD'S REAPPEARANCE.
It is with pleasure we are able to state that Mr. Felix Leotaud has greatly recovered from his recent knee trouble, and will soon be seen refereeing once more. No one who has had the advantage of seeing Mr. Leotaud on the football field, will deny that as a referee, he may have his equal, but certainly not his superior in Trinidad, and we are pleased to announce that he has been selected to referee the B.D.V. Cup match, Brighton vs. Southern, to be played at Brighton on the 31st. We further understand that he will be asked to act in a similar capacity in the final match for the Bonanza Cup.
GO IT NAPARIMA.
According to information received from down South, the Naparima College has petitioned the T.A.F. Assocation, to be allowed to join in the Inter-Collegiate Cup this season. We will indeed be glad to welcome our Southern students, and from what we are able to judge of their doings in the Southern Borough, in the League and Cup matches, our Port-of-Spain boys, must not hold them lightly.
MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE T.A.F. ASSOCIATION.
There will be a meeting of the Council of the T.A.F. Association on Tuesday next, at which from what we have been given to understand, some important matters will be discussed.
NOTED FOOTBALLERS RETURN TO THE GAME.
It is understood that Messrs. Claude Green and Louis Abrams will once more don the Maroon shirt this season, and help their old club in the second division of the League and Cup matches.
The latest players registered with the T.A.F.A. are Messrs. H. J. O. Burnett, for Clydesdale, and L. Abrams and C. Green for Casuals. Mr. Bennett is employed at Messrs. Fox, Patrick, Graham & Co., and hails from Wolverhampton and we understand has played some good football in the Mother Country.