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Monday, 19 March 1906
Home International Championship 1905-06 (23rd) Match

Wales 0 England 1 [0-0]
 


Match Summary
Wales Squad

England Squad

Team Records

Cardiff Football Ground, Westgate Street, Temperance Town, Cardiff, Glamorgan
Attendance: 15,000;
Receipts: c.£800; Kick-off 4.00pm GMT

England - Sammy Day ('rushed through and scored with a low shot after a pass up the field by Common' 86).
Results 1901-14

England won the toss, Wales kicked-off.

 

Match Summary

Officials

Wales

Type

England

Referee - Robert T. Murray
Scotland

Linesmen - Bertram Gough (Wales) and unknown

  Goal Attempts  
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  Possession  

Wales Team

 

Rank:

No official ranking system established;
ELO rating 14th
Colours: Red shirts with white collared trim and white shorts
Capt: Maurice Parry Selectors: Team selection chosen by Committee, following a series of trial matches.
Wales Lineup
  Roose, Leigh R. 28 27 November 1877 G Stoke FC, England 11 19 GA
  Jones, Albert T.
 injured off 20 mins
23 6 February 1883 RB Notts County FC, England 2 0
  Blew, Horace E. 28 January 1878 LB Wrexham AFC 14 0
  Parry, Maurice P. 28 7 November 1877 RH Liverpool FC, England 11 0
  Morgan-Owen, Morgan M. 29 20 February 1877 CH Corinthians FC, England 10 2
  Hughes, Edward 29/30 1876 LH Tottenham Hotspur FC, England 12 0
  Jones, William T. 23 April 1882 OR Manchester City FC, England 4 1
  Morgan-Owen, Hugh 23/24 early 1882 IR Welshpool Town FC 3 0
  Green, A. William 24 5 December 1881 CF Notts County FC, England 5 0
  Lewis, John R. 24/25 August 1881 IL Bristol Rovers FC, England 1 0
  Evans, Robert E. 20 19 October 1885
Born in Chester
OL Wrexham AFC 2 0

reserves:

reserves not known

team notes:

Two changes were made from the original line-up selected. Derby County FC's Charlie Morris and Millwall Athletic FC's Richard Jones. Albert Jones and John Lewis were their replacements.
Albert Jones had to retire after twenty minutes play. He strained his left thigh badly.
Morgan and Hugh Morgan-Owen were brothers.
   
2-3-5 Roose -
A.Jones, Blew -
Parry,
M.Morgan-Owen, Hughes -
W.Jones, H.Morgan-Owen, Green, Lewis, Evans.
Notes: After Albert Jones retired, Horace Blew continued at the back alone.

Averages:

Age 25.4-6 Appearances/Goals 6.8 0.3

 

England Team

 

Rank:

No official ranking system established;
ELO rating 1st
Colours: White collared jerseys and navy blue shorts
Capt: Stan Harris, third captaincy Selectors: The seven-man FA International Selection Committee, following the inter-league match, on Monday, 12 March 1906.
56th match, W 41 - D 10 - L 5 - F 193 - A 49.
England Lineup
  Ashcroft, James 27 12 September 1878 G Woolwich Arsenal FC 2 0 GA
  Crompton, Robert 26 26 September 1879 RB Blackburn Rovers FC 10 0
  Smith, Herbert 26 22 November 1879 LB Reading FC 4 0
  Warren, Benjamin 26 7 May 1879 RH Derby County FC 2 0
  Veitch, Colin C.M. 24 22 May 1881 CH Newcastle United FC 2 0
  Houlker, Albert E. 33 27 April 1872 LH Southampton FC 5 0
  Bond, Richard 22 14 December 1883 OR Preston North End FC 4 2
Day, Samuel H. 27 29 December 1878 IR Old Malvernians FC & Corinthians FC 2 2
  Common, Alfred 25 25 May 1880 CF Middlesbrough FC 3 2
  Harris, Stanley S. 24 19 July 1881 IL Old Westminsters FC & Corinthians FC 5 2
  Wright, E. Gordon D. 21 3 October 1884 OL Cambridge University AFC & Corinthians FC 1 0

reserves:

Tottenham Hotspur FC's Walter Bull and Woolwich Arsenal FC's Tim Coleman.
   
2-3-5 Ashcroft -
Crompton, Smith -
Warren, Veitch, Houlker -
Bond, Day, Common, Harris, Wright.

Averages:

Age 25.5 Appearances/Goals 3.6 0.6

 

    Match Report

Source Notes

Welsh Football Data Archive
Original newspaper reports 
Rothmans Yearbooks
FA Yearbooks 1950-60
Ancestry.com
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