After many delays, the second game for the 1934 Atholstan Trophy was finally played on 4 August 1935.
The first leg had been played on 21 October 1934 in Toronto and finished in a 2-0 victory for Ulster United against Montreal Carsteel.
The second leg was played at the Glen Yards grounds at Decaria Boulevard in Montreal.
23 minutes into the game Harry Kennedy scored for Carsteel on a long free kick from Tim Gordon.
At the start of the second half Ramsay evened the score on a pass from George Graham.
At 59 minutes George Graham gave Ulster United a 2-1 lead after an assist from Davidson.
In the 78th minute Bob Hutchinson scored for Carsteel to make it 2-2.
George Graham scored the winning goal with two minutes left of the game.
Ulster United goalkeeper James Lake suffered a broken nose late in the second half.
With a total-goals victory of 5-2, Ulster United won the 1934 Lord Atholstan Trophy.
The referee was W.B. Howie of Montreal
Montreal Carsteel: Shorrock; Epstein, Laing; Tim Gordon, Finlayson, Leah; Sam Chedgzoy, Harry Kennedy, Hutchinson, McEwan, Smith. Subs: McArthur, Campbell
Ulster United: James Lake; Bill Davidson, R. McNabney; Loney, Singleton, Adams; S. McNabney, John Aiken, George Graham, S. Gordon, Ramsay. Subs: Hume, McCullough