1910 Inter-State Series

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1910 Goodall Cup Finals
Teams 1 2 3 Games
Victoria  4 12 8 3
New South Wales  2 0 0 0
* – Denotes overtime period(s)
Location: Sydney, New South Wales: Sydney Glaciarium
Format: best-of-three
Dates: July 23 – July 29
 < 1909 Goodall Cup Finals 1911 > 

The 1910 Inter-State Series Final was the second Inter-State Series ice hockey championship in Australia and for the first time was held in the Sydney Glaciarium.

The series[edit]

The inter-state ice hockey championship was held between a state representative team from Victoria and from New South Wales, this tournament was a best-of-3 format and saw Victoria win the series 3 games to 0. The first winner of 2 games in the series was often quoted in newspapers as "securing / winning the 'rubber ", which is terminology used in the game of Rubber Bridge where in a best of 3 competition a rubber is awarded to the team that first wins 2 games of the 3. The game itself was played in two halves of 10min each with a break in between.[1]

Game one

23 July 1910 was the first game of the series and was held at the Sydney Glaciarium in front of an enthusiastic crowd of 2000 people. Victora defeated the New South Wales team by a score of 4-2 with goals being scored by Victorians Andrew Reid (who had 2 goals), Robert Jackson and Dudley Woods. Scoring for New South Wales was done by Jack Pike and Les Turnbull.[2][3][4][5]

Game two

Wednesday 27 July 1910 proved to be a difficult day for New South Wales as Victoria overwhelmed them by a score of 12-0.[6][7]

Game three

The evening of Friday 29 July 1910 marked the third straight win for Victoria with a convincing 8-0 victory over New South Wales, the goals were scored by Henry "Hal" Newman Reid Jr., who had five goals and his brother Andrew Reid with three goals.[8][9]

Game-by-game Away Team Score Home Team Scoring Summary Location
1 July 23 Victoria 4-2 New South Wales VIC – A. Reid (2), Jackson, Woods NSW – Pike, Turnbull Sydney Glaciarium
2 July 27 Victoria 12-0 New South Wales
3 July 29 Victoria 8-0 New South Wales VIC – H. Reid (5), A. Reid (3)
Victoria win best-of-three series 3 games to 0

Teams[edit]

Victoria[edit]

The Victoria team was made from the following players[3][10][11][5]

  • E. C. Walker (Captain)
  • Andrew Reid (Vice Captain)
  • J. Blair
  • Robert Jackson
  • Dudley Woods
  • Cyril Macgillicuddy (Goaltender)

Emergency list

  • Henry "Hal" Newman Reid Jr.
  • E. Menzies
  • S. Keast

Manager

  • R. Whiteford

New South Wales[edit]

The New South Wales team was made from the following players[3][11][5]

  • Les Turnbull (Captain) (forward)
  • Jack Pike (forward)
  • Arthur Cuthbertson (forward)
  • Cyril Lane (Back)
  • Dunbar Poole (Vice Captain) (back)
  • Graham (Goaltender)

Emergency list

  • Rowe
  • Bray
  • Knowles
  • Swannel
  • Allport
  • Fowler

Player statistics[edit]

Scoring leaders[edit]

The following players led the interstate championship for points.

Player Team GP G A Pts
Reid Jr., Henry NewmanHenry Newman Reid Jr. Victoria 3 5 0 5
Reid, Andrew LambertAndrew Lambert Reid Victoria 3 4 0 4
Jackson, Robert EdwardRobert Edward Jackson Victoria 3 1 0 1
Woods, DudleyDudley Woods Victoria 3 1 0 1
Pike, JackJack Pike New South Wales 3 1 0 1
Turnbull, LesLes Turnbull New South Wales 3 1 0 1
Walker, Keith CurwenKeith Curwen Walker Victoria 3 0 0 0
Poole, DunbarDunbar Poole New South Wales 3 0 0 0
Cuthbertson, ArthurArthur Cuthbertson New South Wales 3 0 0 0
Lane, CyrilCyril Lane New South Wales 3 0 0 0

Leading goaltenders[edit]

The following goaltenders led the interstate championship for goals against average.

Player Team GP W L GA SO GAA
Macgillicuddy, CyrilCyril Macgillicuddy Victoria 3 3 0 2 2 0.67
Graham, .. Graham New South Wales 3 1 3 24 0 8.00

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Glaciarium – Hockey On The Ice". The Referee. 3 August 1910. Retrieved 10 September 2016. 
  2. ^ "The Glaciarium". The Sydney Morning Herald. 25 July 1910. Retrieved 28 September 2015. 
  3. ^ a b c "Sydney Shows". Melbourne Punch. 28 July 1910. Retrieved 6 May 2016. 
  4. ^ "Hockey". The Express and Telegraph. 5 August 1910. Retrieved 21 July 2016. 
  5. ^ a b c "Hockey On Ice". The Sunday Sun. 24 July 1910. Retrieved 24 September 2016. 
  6. ^ "Hockey". The Argus. 29 July 1910. Retrieved 28 September 2015. 
  7. ^ "Hockey On The Ice". The Evening News. Sydney. 28 July 1910. Retrieved 6 May 2016. 
  8. ^ "Hockey Match on the Ice". The Argus. 2 August 1910. Retrieved 28 September 2015. 
  9. ^ "Hockey". The Express and Telegraph. 12 August 1910. Retrieved 21 July 2016. 
  10. ^ "Ice Hockey". Melbourne Punch. 7 July 1910. Retrieved 6 May 2016. 
  11. ^ a b "Glaciarium – Inter-state Hockey On The Ice". The Referee. 27 July 1910. Retrieved 10 September 2016.