Report on the Annual General Meeting of Kingston-on-Thames F.C. from Surrey Comet dated 5 May 1894.

The annual general meeting of the Kingston-on-Thames Association F.C. was held on Monday evening at the Cricketers' Inn, when the secretary's review of the past season showed that the first eleven out of 25 matches had won 11, lost 10, and drawn 4; while the second eleven had won 10 out of 16, the others being lost. The financial statement was not a favorable one, there being a deficit of about six guineas. However, the president, Mr. R. N. Ferguson, came forward with a handsome donation, and others followed his example, with the result that a good sum was made up, which with the outstanding subscriptions, should clear off the deficit, and enable the club to start next season free from debt. The officers for next season were elected.

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