Throughout the history of the club the London Senior Cup has proved an unfortunate competition for Hampstead Town, and they have never yet progressed beyond tthe initial stages. Their meeting with Edmonton provided an excellent encounter and despite enforced last-minute changes the team generally played well and deserved to share the honours. This was the result at the end of ninety minutes' play as, after being a goal down at the interval, Wise brought the scores level with a fine effort. In the thirty minutes extra time, however, the home side registered two more goals in the semi-darkness, and so the Town's interest in this competition ceases for another season.
R. Kirby was unable to play owing to illness, and W. Little operated unsuccessfully in the unaccustomed position of centre-forward. Reverting to his customary place of right-half after the interval he played a sterling game, but T. West, who changed over, could make no better show as a forward, and this weakness had an important bearing on the result.