1953

The league was organised in two divisions.

First division members included Fort Erie, Guelph City, Hamilton Imperials, London C.N.R.A, Niagara Falls Legion and

Niagara Falls Legion won the league championship when they defeated London C.N.R.A. on September 12, 1953.

Second division final standings:

ClubsGPPts
Kitchener Concordia1623
Welland Danubia1621
Hamilton Hurricane1621
Bronto1619
St. Catharines Saints1617
Kitchener City1613
Kitchener Victoria1612
Hamilton Slovakia1610
Hamilton Polonia16 8

1954

First division

Second division clubs included Acton, Hamilton German Canadians, Kitchener City, New Hamburg,

1956

President: Robert J. MacDonald, Hamilton, Ontario
Vice-President: Julius Schmidt, Hamilton, Ontario
Secretary: James Blake, Kitchener, Ontario
Directors: Kurt Trant, Hamilton, Ontario; and Hans Zerisch, Hamilton, Ontario.

First division

Second division clubs included Georgetown Jets, Hamilton Germania, King William III (Guelph), Milton, Newtonburg,

1964

President: Robert J. MacDonald, Hamilton, Ont.

First Division: 10 clubs

Niagara Peninsula Division: 12 clubs

Second Division: 11 clubs

Clubs entered came from Brantford, Bronte, Burlington, Dunnville, Hamilton, Kitchener, Niagara Falls, Preston, St. Catharines and Stoney Creek.

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