The Globe -- Bethlehem
April 28, 1919

Following their success at Philadelphia, Manager Sheridan and his soccer exponents departed on Saturday night for Brooklyn and before a large crowd on Todd's field, that city, defeated the Robbins Drydock eleven in an exciting tussle by the score of 2 goals to none. The game was only five minutes old when Ratican broke through and sent a crashing shot by Wilson. Brown nearly added to the lead a short time later when he missed the target by inches. A penalty was awarded against Robertson for handling the ball and although Wilson saved Fleming's shot, the outside left stopped the rebound and had no difficulty in scoring the second goal. The champions made rings around the Dockers but after Saturday's cup final did not over-exert themselves.

After the interval the Robbins made desperate efforts to reduce the lead. Gradwell hurt his leg and was carried off the field. Garside put over a fine center, which Sullivan missed badly with only Duncan to beat. Cheered on by their supporters the Dockers rained in several shots, but Duncan was in great form.

Bethlehem Steel Soccer Club