Secretary: J. Innes
Before the season started the league decided to reduce the numbers of clubs from twelve to eight. They did anyway end up as a nine-club league.
Toronto Caledonians replaced Grenadier Guards in the league.
Review of the season
Carsteel opened their League season with a game against Hamilton City in Montreal on Saturday May 2. Carsteel defeated Hamilton City 4-1 with Eddie McLaine scoring all four of Carsteel’s goals. Twaddle scored for Hamilton City.
Carsteel won the 1925 Inter-Provincial League championship, the Quebec Cup and P.Q.F.A. Connaught Cup series.
Results and standings
Referee: S. Banks
Referee: J. Irving
Hamilton Westinghouse qualified for the Ontario Cup final
October 10, 1925
Clairemont (Oshawa League) 1
Timmins Wolves 7
Timmins Wolves qualified for the Ontario Cup final
October 24, 1925 Toronto
Hamilton Westinghouse 2 (Lawson, Borthwick)
Timmins Wolves 1 (Sathrang)
Hamilton Westinghouse: Crompton; Billy Gilvear, Turnbull; Jackson, Tommy Gardiner, George; Chambers, Lawson, Middleton, Borthwick, Hamilton.
Timmins Wolves: Elrick; Riddell, Hetherington; Cooper, F. Cadman, Shortt; Street, Christian Sathrang, Petterson, Roberts, A. Cadman.
Hamilton Westinghouse won the 1925 Ontario Cup Trophy.