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108 vs. Ireland
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110 vs. Scotland

Monday, 13 March 1911
Home International Championship 1910-11 (28th) Match

England 3 Wales 0 [0-0]
 

Match Summary
England Squad

Wales Squad
Team Records

The Den, Cold Blow Lane, New Cross, London
Attendance: 22,000; Receipts £666;
Kick-off tbc

England - Vivian Woodward ('headed in from a Simpson cross' 64, 'headed in from a Simpson cross' 82), George Webb ('forced his way through in splendid style to score' 65);
Results 1901-14

England won the toss, Wales kicked-off.

 

Match Summary

 

Officials

England

Type

Wales

Referee - James B. Stark
Airdrie, Scotland

Linesmen - not known

 

  Goal Attempts  
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  Fouls Conceded  
  Possession  

England Team

 

Rank:

No official ranking system established;
ELO rating 1st
Colours: White collared jerseys and navy blue shorts
Capt: Vivian Woodward, fourteenth captaincy Selectors: The seven-man FA International Selection Committee, following the inter-league match, on Tuesday, 7 March 1911.
76th match, W 56 - D 13 - L 7 - F 268 - A 65.
England Lineup
  Williamson, Reginald G. 26 6 June 1884 G Middlesbrough FC 3 2 GA
  Crompton, Robert 31 26 September 1879 RB Blackburn Rovers FC 31 0
  Pennington, Jesse 27 23 August 1883 LB West Bromwich Albion FC 15 0
  Warren, Benjamin 31 7 May 1879 RH Chelsea FC 21 2
  Wedlock, William J. 30 28 October 1880 CH Bristol City FC 21 1
  Hunt, Rev. Kenneth R.G. 27 24 February 1884 LH Leyton FC 1 0
  Simpson, John 25 25 December 1885 OR Blackburn Rovers FC 2 0
  Fleming, Harold J. 23 30 April 1887 IR Swindon Town FC 7 4
Webb, George W. 22 summer 1888 CF West Ham United FC 1 1
Woodward, Vivian J. 31 3 June 1879 IL Chelsea FC 23 28
  Evans, Robert E. 25 19 October 1885 OL Sheffield United FC 2 1

reserves:

Woolwich Arsenal FC's Andy Ducat and Sunderland AFC's George Holley.

team notes:

Bob Crompton extends his tally as England's record cap holder. This equals the oldest team and most experienced team that England have fielded thus far.
   
2-3-5 Williamson -
Crompton, Pennington -
Warren, Wedlock, Hunt -
Simpson, Fleming, Webb, Woodward, Evans.

Averages:

Age 27.1 Appearances/Goals 11.5 3.1

 

Wales Team

 

Rank:

No official ranking system established;
ELO rating 19th
Colours: Red shirts and white shorts
Capt: Charlie Morris Selectors: Team selection chosen by Committee, following a series of trial matches, on Tuesday, 7 March 1911.
Wales Lineup
  Evans, Robert O. 29 August 1881 G Coventry City FC, England 7 13 GA
  Morris, Charles R. 30 29 August 1880
Born in Oswestry, Shropshire
RB Huddersfield Town AFC, England 27 0
  Hewitt, Thomas J. 21 26 April 1889 LB Wrexham AFC 3 0
  Hughes, Edwin 24/25 1886 RH Nottingham Forest FC, England 10 0
  Davies, Lloyd L. 34 23 February 1877 CH Northampton Town FC, England 9 1
  Jones, William T. 28 28 June 1882 LH Manchester City FC, England 14 6
  Meredith, William H. 36 30 July 1874 OR Manchester United FC, England 36 9
  Jones, Evan 22 20 October 1888 IR Oldham Athletic FC, England 4 0
  Davies, William 28 13 April 1882 CF Blackburn Rovers FC, England 10 3
  Morris, A. Grenville 33 13 April 1877 IL Nottingham Forest FC, England 20 8
  Vizard, Edward T. 21 7 June 1889 OL Bolton Wanderers FC, England 3 0

reserves:

reserves not known

team notes:

Sunderland AFC's Leigh Roose was the original named goalkeeper, but because of injury, his place went to Evans.
   
2-3-5 Evans -
Morris, Hewitt -
Hughes,
L.Davies, W.Jones -
Meredith,
E.Jones, W.Davies, Morris, Vizard.

Averages:

Age 27.8 Appearances/Goals 13.0 2.5

 

    Match Report

Source Notes

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