They also had a junior team in 1914-15.
What R & AA stands for is disputed. Some say "Rugby & Athletic Association"; others say "Rowing & Athletic Association." Using simply "R & AA" is accepted.
According to a letter from John (Jack) H. Brown (Captain of the 1913 winning team) to his grandson in which he bequeathed his diamond studded "hockey stick" tie pin (awarded to members of the winning team), R & AA, stands for "Rugby & Athletic Association".
|1912-13||6||6||0||0||12||-||-||1st/Group 2||Won Final, Did not challenge|
|1913-14||6||5||1||0||10||25||28||1st/Group 2||Won Final, Did not challenge|
|1915-16||11||0||11||0||0||21||61||4th/Group 2||out of playoffs|
|1916-17||11||6||5||0||12||-||-||2nd/Group 2A||out of playoffs|
The R & AA finished 3rd in Group 5 in the 1914-15 OHA Junior Season.