Secretary-treasurer: W. B. Howie, Montreal
Annual general meeting
The annual general meeting was held in Toronto on Saturday April 7, 1951.
Clubs and players
East End Canadians
East End Canadians signed Bobby Smith, who formerly played for League of Ireland club Bohemians. He had also represented Ireland at the 1948 Olympic Games.
Key players: Goalkeeper Richmond, fullback Larry Johnson, forward John Burgoyne
Roster included goalkeeper George Anderson; fullbacks Gifford and Jock Perrett; half-backs Davidson, McKay and McDowell; forwards Smith, Kennedy, Long, Hugh Suttie (inside right) and John Douglas (centre forward). Subs: Vance, Malcolmson, Carnegie
Ulster United’s goalkeeper was George Anderson who had started his career with Tranent Juniors in Scotland. Hugh Suttie, ex-St. Mirren. Ulster United’s forward line was strengthened by the addition of John Douglas, a former amateur player with Glasgow-club Queens Park Football Club. In May 1951 he had won the Scottish Amateur with Queens Park. In September 1951 he won the Dominion Cup finals with Ulster United.
Review of the season
Toronto Scottish had a tough season and by mid-September they had only registered one win.
East End Canadians clinched the fourth playoff spot by beating Hamilton Westinghouse 4-0 on October 25.
Toronto St. Andrews won the league championship.
Toronto Ukraina won the Glebe Cup their first NSL playoff championship.
Ulster United won the Dominion Cup finals.
Results and standings