Secretary-treasurer: W. B. Howie, Montreal
Review of the season
The annual general meeting was held in Toronto on Saturday April 7, 1951. Hamilton Austins joined the league.
Hamilton Westinghouse had a team composed of mostly young imported from Scotland.
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. St. Andrews, Ulster United, Toronto Ukraina and East End Canadians qualified for the NSL Play-off finals. As it was very late in the season St. Andrews and Ulster United decided not play their game.
The play-off match between Toronto Ukraina and East End Canadians ended up as being the only play-off game being played. Ukraina won 1-0 and was awarded the NSL play-off championship.
Ulster United won the Dominion Cup finals.
St. Andrews, Ulster United, Toronto Ukraina and East End Canadians qualified for the NSL Play-off finals.
National Soccer League Play-off final
?? 1951, Toronto
Toronto Ukraina 1
East End Canadians 0
Toronto Ukraina won the NSL playoff championship.
May 24, 1951 C.N.E. Stadium, Toronto
Ontario All-Stars 0
Fulham 3 (Beford Jezzard 2, Bobby Brenner)
June 5, 1951 C.N.E. Stadium, Toronto
National Soccer League All-Stars 1 (Alex Ptolomey)
Glasgow Celtic 2 (Charlie Tully, John McPhail)
June 27, 1951 Hamilton, Ontario
Hamilton & District All-Stars 0
A.I.K. Stockholm 2 (Karl Ahlström 2)
Hamilton & District All-Stars: R. Pryde (Austins); Larry Johnstone (Westinghouse), G. Sinclair (Austins); C. Greenwood (Hamilton U.E.), Harold Smith (Austins), Max Johnston (Westinghouse); Alex Murdoch (Westinghouse), Johnny Burgoyne (Westinghouse), Jackie Davidson (Westinghouse), T. Gilbank (Austins), J. Forshaw (Guelph). Subs: Hugh Costello (Westinghouse), J. Dolan (Hamilton U.E.), D. McMurtrie (Niagara Falls).
July 21, 1951 Beck’s Field, Buffalo, New York
East End Canadians