1914 Eastern Suburbs season
- Premiership Round 1, Saturday 2 May 1914.
- Premiership Round 2, Saturday 9 May 1914.
- Premiership Round 3, Saturday 16 May 1914 .
- Premiership Round 4, Saturday 23 May 1914.
- Premiership Round 5, Saturday 30 May 1914.
Eastern Suburbs 17(3 Tries; 4 Goals) defeated North Sydney 7(Try; 2 Goals) at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
- Premiership Round 6, Saturday 13 June 1914.
- Premiership Round 7, Saturday 20 June 1914.
Eastern Suburbs 8(2 Tries; Goal) defeated Balmain 2 (Goal) at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
- Premiership Round 8, Saturday 11 July 1914.
Easts managed to hold on against Glebe after leading at one stage 26-4.
- Premiership Round 9, Saturday 18 July 1914.
- Premiership Round 10, Saturday 25 July 1914.
Newtown 6 (1 C. Russell, +1 Goals; 1 Field Goal) Defeated Eastern Suburbs 5(1 Try; 1 Goal) at Sydney Cricket Ground.
This was described as a thriller of a match with Newtown sneaking home in the dying minutes thanks to a penalty goal from their winger, Charles 'Boxer' Russell, who kicked a penalty goal from the sideline.
- Premiership Round 11, Saturday 1 August 1914.
- Premiership Round 12, Saturday 8 August 1914.
- Premiership Round 13, Saturday 15 August 1914.
- Premiership Round 14, Saturday 22 August 1914.
For - 164
- Tries 32
- Goals 34
Against - 122
- Tries 20
- Goals 31
- Final: The final, played between the 2 local rivals Eastern Suburbs and the South Sydney Rabbitohs at the Sydney Cricket Ground. The match attracted twice as many spectators as that year's premiership final.
|“||Played at the Sydney Cricket Ground before 10,000 spectators, and won by Eastern Suburbs by 6 points to 5. South Sydney kicked off, and quickly had Eastern Suburbs defending. Watkins relieved the (pressure) by kicking out inside half-way, and then an usuccessful attempt to goal from a [?] by Brown. Eastern Suburbs kept their opponents hemmed in for some time, but South Sydney [?] back to neutral territory, where Lees retired and he was replaced by O’Malley. South Sydney where in a good attacking position when Brown made a poor kick at goal from the field, and Eastern Suburbs forced. A little latter Brown was offside near his own line, and Messenger kicked over the (?) strongly. Cubitt being beaten by McCabe, [?] Messenger had made an attempt to goal from a penalty, the half-time whistle sounded with the scores at 0 all. Eastern Suburbs kept South Sydney busy defending their line. Messenger carried play into the opposition sides territory, and immediately afterwards the ball shot out from a ruck over the line, and Messenger dived and scored. He failed to convert. But was then prominent in several rushes which resulted in O’Malley crossing over. Messenger failed to goal. A few minutes later Cann secured and passed to Horder, who evaded several opponents before scoring and also converting. The play was waged at a lively pace until the fulltime whistle with the score 6 points to 5.||”|
|— Sydney Morning Herald|
- Won City Cup.
- Won third grade.
- Eastern Suburbs players to play for Australia were Arthur Halloway, Jack Watkins, Sid Pearce, Dan Frawley, Wally Messenger and Bob Tidyman.