Toronto Rowing and Athletic Association
The Toronto Rowing and Athletic Association (also known as the Torontos as well as Toronto Rugby and Athletic Association) were an ORFU football team in the early 20th Century. The team was founded in 1908 as Toronto Amateur Athletic Club and updated their name from 1912 to 1921. The team won the ORFU championship in 1915, 1919 and 1920. They played in the 1915 Grey Cup, losing to the Hamilton Tigers.
|Founded||1911 (as successor to the Toronto Amateur Athletic Club founded in 1908)|
|Based in||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|Home field||Rosedale Field|
|Head coach||Eddie Livingstone|
|League||Ontario Rugby Football Union|
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