The great 1933 Canadian National Railways team of Montreal represented Quebec in the Dominion Cup play-offs. They were knocked out by Toronto Scottish before the Dominion finals.

Player sketches:

Everett MacLean – goalkeeper. Started his career with C.N.R. Juniors. Won the Dominion Championship with Verdun Park in 1934.

Humphrey Payne – fullback. Captain of the team. Won the Dominion Championship with Verdun Park in 1934.

James Duguid – fullback. Jock was a member of the famous Queen’s Park amateur club in the Scottish League before coming to Canada.

John Lone – right half.

Ronald Low – centre half. Started his career in Scotland. Won the Dominion Championship with Montreal Aldred in 1935.

Frank Henderson – half-back. Played with Dunfermline Athletic in Scotland before coming to Canada in 1926.

Davie McLean – outside right. Signed from Montreal South in 1931. Won the Dominion Championship with Montreal Aldred in 1935.

Bill Bennett – inside right. Won the Dominion Championship with Verdun Park in 1934.

Bob McArthur – centre forward.

Alec. Samson – inside left.

Henry Lone – outside left.