Wimbledon were now looking a more consistent side. The following campaign they finished sixth, eight points adrift of the Champions, who were again, St. Albans City. Wimbledon, in fact, didn't lose against either St. Albans or runners-up, London Caledonians.
The Easter tour games led to their first defeat abroad since the Great War, although they were in no way disgraced. The Dutch Olympic trial team provided the opposition, but Wimbledon did well to hold them to just a 4-2 reverse.
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