|Object type||Black & white - Print silver gelatin|
|Place made||United Kingdom: England, Greater London, London, Kensington & Chelsea|
|Date made||28 October 1916|
First World War, 1914-1918
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
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Organised by Australian Olympic swimmer Lieutenant Frank Beaurepaire in aid of the British and ...
Organised by Australian Olympic swimmer Lieutenant Frank Beaurepaire in aid of the British and French Red Cross, an Australian football match was played at Queen's Club, West Kensington, between teams of Anzac First League men. This is the Third Australian Divisional team which won the match with a score of 6 goals, 16 behinds (52 points). Identified, but position unknown, are: Lieutenant (Lt) Bruce Moses Farquhar Sloss (played for South Melbourne), captain (killed in action 4 January 1917); Lt John Brake (University); Dan Minogue (former captain of Collingwood); C Willis (South Melbourne); L Little (Melbourne); William Isaac Sewart (Essendon); J Pugh (Launceston); H M Moyes (St Kilda); P J Jory (St Kilda); C Lilley (Melbourne); L E Lee (Richmond); Cyril Louis Hoft (Perth); L Martin (University); R Alley (Williamstown); H James (Richmond); B H Mills (Brunswick); J Foy (Perth); Lt W Orchard (Geelong)