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106 vs. Wales

Saturday, 12 February 1910
Home International Championship 1909-10 (27th) Match

Ireland 1 England 1 [1-0]
 


Match Summary
Ireland Squad

England Squad

Team Records

Solitude Ground, Cliftonville, Belfast, County Antrim
Attendance: 8,000;
Kick-off tbc

Ireland - Frank Thompson (headed/breasted past Hardy from a Renneville cross 43)
England - Harold Fleming (dashed in after Scott fumbled a Bond cross 51)
Results 1901-14

? won the toss, ? kicked-off.

 

Match Summary

Officials

Ireland

Type

England

Referee - Alexander A. Jackson
Scotland

Linesmen - not known

  Goal Attempts  
  Attempts on Target  
  Hit Bar/Post  
  Corner Kicks Won  
  Offside Calls Against  
The 1909 International Football Association Board meeting:
Referee's powers
  Fouls Conceded  
  Possession  

Ireland Team

 

Rank:

No official ranking system established;
ELO rating 20th
Colours: Royal blue jerseys and white shorts
Capt: Billy Scott Selectors:
Trainer: Bob Torrans
Team chosen by Committee, on Monday, 24 January 1910, in Belfast;
Ireland Lineup
  Scott, William E. 27 17 May 1882 G Everton FC, England 17 38 GA
  Burnison, Samuel 19 30 November 1890 RB Distillery FC 2 0
  McCann, Patrick 28/29 1881 LB Belfast Celtic FAC 1 0
  Harris, Valentine 25 23 June 1884 RH Everton FC, England 10 0
  McConnell, D.J. English 26 14 May 1883 CH The Wednesday FC, England 10 0
  Darling, John 32 30 October 1877 LH Linfield FAC 19 0
  Renneville, William T.J. 25 16 April 1884 OR Leyton FC, England 1 0
  Murphy, James 23/24 1886 IR Bradford City FC, England 1 0
  Murray, James M. 25 14 March 1884 CF Motherwell FC, Scotland 1 0
  Lacey, William 20 24 September 1889 IL Everton FC, England 4 1
Thompson, Francis W. 24 2 October 1885 OL Cliftonville FAC 1 1

reserves:

reserves not known. James Murphy was a reserve, but as he replaced O'Hagan in the first XI, Leeds City AFC's Billy Halligan was invited to replaced Murphy as reserve, but he declined, preferring instead to assist his club.

team notes:

There was one change to the original named line-up. James Murphy replaced Lacey on the right wing, the latter taking the place of Charlie O'Hagan, because of Aberdeen FC's involvement in the Scottish Cup.
 
2-3-5 Scott -
Burnison, McCann -
Harris, McConnell, Darling -
Renneville, Murphy, Murray, Lacey, Thompson.

Averages:

Age 24.9-25.1 Appearances/Goals 6.1 0.1

 

England Team

 

Rank:

No official ranking system established;
ELO rating 1st
Colours: White collared jerseys and navy blue shorts
Capt: Vivian Woodward, thirteenth captaincy Selectors: The seven-man FA International Selection Committee, on Monday, 31 January 1910 in Anfield Road, Liverpool, following the trial match.
73rd match, W 54 - D 13 - L 6 - F 264 - A 63.
England Lineup
  Hardy, Sam 27 26 August 1882 G Liverpool FC 11 9 GA
  Morley, Herbert 27 8 October 1882 RB Notts County FC 1 0
  Cowell, Arthur 23 12 May 1886 LB Blackburn Rovers FC 1 0
  Ducat, Andrew 23 16 February 1886 RH Woolwich Arsenal FC 1 0
  Wedlock, William J. 29 28 October 1880 CH Bristol City FC 17 1
  Bradshaw, William 25 Spring 1884 LH Blackburn Rovers FC 1 0
  Bond, Richard 26 14 December 1883 OR Bradford City FC 6 2
Fleming, Harold J. 22 30 April 1887 IR Swindon Town FC 4 4
  Woodward, Vivian J. 30 3 June 1879 CF Chelsea FC 22 26
  Bache, Joseph W. 30 8 February 1880 IL Aston Villa FC 6 3
  Hall, Albert E. 28 21 January 1882 OL Aston Villa FC 1 0

reserves:

Barnsley FC's Tommy Boyle and Sheffield United FC's Wally Hardinge.
 
2-3-5 Hardy -
Morley, Cowell -
Ducat, Wedlock, Bradshaw -
Bond, Fleming, Woodward, Bache, Hall.

Averages:

Age 26.4 Appearances/Goals 6.5 3.2

 

    Match Report

Source Notes

Northern Ireland's Footballing Greats
Original Newspaper Reports
TheFA.com
Rothman's Yearbooks
FA Yearbooks 1950-60
Ancestry.com

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