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1918 Season

1918 Toronto & District Senior League

Teams (14): Baracas, Base Hospital, British Imperials, Dunlop Rubber, No. 4 S. of A., Old Country, R.A.F. 43rd Wing, R.A.F. Rp. Pk, R.A.F. Stores, R.C.D., Sons of England, Toronto Street Railway, Ulster United, Willys-Overland

R.A.F.M.T.S. withdrew in June.

1918 Provincial League

Teams (7): Brantford, Davenport Albion, G.W.V.A., Hamilton, R.A.F., Toronto Scottish and Wychwood.

Standings as of June 24, 1918

  1. Toronto Scottish
  2. Davenport Albion
  3. Hamilton
  4. Wychwood
  5. Brantford
  6. G.W.V.A.

Shamrock Cup Final

October 5, 1918 Toronto
Toronto Scottish 3
R.A.F. 0

After the season Teddy Young (Davenport Albions), Art Halliwell (Toronto Scottish) and Ernie Fidler (Toronto Scottish) joined the Merchant A team in the National Soccer League in Philadelphia. Sid Brown (Davenport Albion) joined Bethlehem Steel in December 1918.

Leading goalscorer: Ernie Fidler (Toronto Scottish)

1918 Western Football Association

Intermediate Division

Teams: Galt, Hespeler, Kitchener, Waterloo

Champions: Galt F.C.

1918 Ontario Cup


July 3, 1918 Varsity Stadium, Toronto
Toronto Scottish 10
Old Country 0

Toronto Scottish qualified for Ontario Cup final.

??, 1918
Davenport Albion

Davenport Albion qualified for Ontario Cup final.


September 28, 1918 Varsity Stadium, Toronto
Toronto Scottish 1 (Fidler)
Davenport Albion 0
Toronto Scottish: Bob Smith; Geordie Campbell, William Brownlie; Harry A’Court, Young, James; Harry Anderson, H. Fidler, Houison, Ernie Fidler, Hunter.
Davenport Albion: Enfield; Robinson, Buchan; Sid Brown, Adams, Brookes; Barron, A. Walker, McNeilly, S. Walker, Simpson.

Toronto Scottish won the 1918 Ontario Cup.

1918 Hamilton Spectator Cup

November 23, 1918 Hamilton, Ontario
Hamilton Independent Labour Party 8
Great War Veterans 2

Hamilton Independent Labour Party won the 1918 Hamilton Spectator Cup.

Exhibition games

November 17, 1918 Federal League Baseball Park, Harrison, New Jersey
Bethlehem Steel 4
Toronto All-Stars 1
Attendance: 3,000
Bethlehem Steel:
Toronto All-Stars:

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