115x90mm, (4) pages, with the toast list and programme across the centre pages and the list of the 'A' Team members on the last page.
Two of the thirteen players listed are worthy of note: L.V. Pellew (toured NZ in 1920-21, and brother of the more famous Nip, to coin a phrase), and W.S. Stirling (with the AIF Services Team in England in 1919 and South Africa in 1919-20). The ownership signature of Joe Keogh, the Honorary Secretary of the KCC, is on the first page. Apart from some hatching in red ballpoint near the foot of the last page, it is in fine condition.