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129 vs. Scotland

Monday, 13 March 1922
Home International Championship 1921-22 (34th) Match

England 1 Wales 0 [1-0]
 

Match Summary
England Squad

Wales Squad

Anfield Road, Anfield, Liverpool, Lancashire
Attendance: 35,000;
Kick-off: tbc GMT

England - Bob Kelly (from a free-kick, Woosnam played to ball to Kelly, who shot into the corner of the goal 3)
Results 1919-30

Wales won the toss, England kicked-off.

 

Match Summary

Officials

England

Type

Wales

Referee - John G. Forshaw
Birkenhead, England

Linesmen - not known

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England Team

 

Rank:

No official ranking system established;
ELO rating 9th
Colours: The 1903 uniform - White collared jerseys and dark club shorts
Capt: Max Woosnam, first captaincy Selectors: The fourteen-man FA International Selection Committee, following the trial matches, on Monday, 6 March 1922.
95th match, W 65 - D 18 - L 12 - F 303 - A 87.
England Lineup
  Davison, J. Edward 34 2 September 1887 G The Wednesday FC 1 0 GA
  Clay, Thomas 29 19 November 1892 RB Tottenham Hotspur FC 3 0
  Titmuss, Frederick 24 15 February 1898 LB Southampton FC 1 0
  Smith, Bertram 30 7 March 1892 RH Tottenham Hotspur FC 2 0
  Woosnam, Maxwell 29 6 September 1892 CH Manchester City FC 1 0
  Bromilow, G. Thomas 27 7 October 1894 LH Liverpool FC 2 0
  Walden, Frederick I. 34 1 March 1888 OR Tottenham Hotspur FC 2 0
Kelly, Robert 28 16 November 1893 IR Burnley FC 5 4
  Rawlings, William E. 26 3 January 1896 CF Southampton FC 1 0
  Walker, William H. 24 29 October 1897 IL Aston Villa FC 3 1
  Smith, William H. 26 23 May 1895 OL Huddersfield Town AFC 1 0

reserves:

Tom Wilson (Huddersfield Town AFC) and Harry Chambers (Liverpool FC)

team notes:

Aston Villa FC's Frank Moss was the original chosen right-half, and the Dublin Fusilers' Lt. Jackie Hegan was the original outside-left. There places were taken by the two Smith's. Hegan was injured in the Brtish Army's match against the French Army the previous Saturday.
 
2-3-5 Davison -
Clay, Titmuss -
B.Smith, Woosnam, Bromilow -
Walden, Kelly, Rawlings, Walker,
W.Smith.

Averages:

Age 28.3 Appearances/Goals 2.0 0.4

 

Wales Team

 

Rank:

No official ranking system established;
ELO rating 20th to 21st
Colours: Made by St. Margaret's - Red shirts with white laced-up collars, white shorts, red socks
Capt: Stan Davies Selectors: Team selection chosen by Committee.
Wales Lineup
  Peers, Edward J. 35 31 December 1886 G Port Vale FC, England 10 11 GA
  Russell, Moses R. 33 20 May 1888 RB Plymouth Argyle FC, England 10 0
  Evans, James H. 27 29 November 1894 LB Southend United FC, England 2 0
  Evans, Herbert P. 27 30 August 1894 RH Cardiff City FC 2 0
  Jones, Joseph T. 35 9 January 1887 CH Crystal Palace FC, England 14 0
  Matthias, Thomas J. 31 7 November 1890 LH Wrexham AFC 10 0
  Hole, William J. 24 1 November 1897 OR Swansea Town FC 2 1
  Davies, Stanley C. 23 24 April 1898 IR West Bromwich Albion FC, England 8 5
  Davies, Leonard S. 22 28 April 1899 CF Cardiff City FC 2 1
  Richards, Richard W. 32 14 February 1890 IL Wolverhampton Wanderers FC, England 5 1
  Vizard, Edward T. 32 7 June 1889 OL Bolton Wanderers FC, England 14 0

reserves:

reserves not known

team notes:

Ivor Jones was the original outside-right, he was poorly and his place went to Bill Hole.
 
2-3-5 Peers -
Russell,
J.Evans -
H.Evans, J.Jones, Matthias -
Hole, S.Davies, L.Davies, Richards, Vizard.

Averages:

Age 29.2 Appearances/Goals 7.2 0.7

 

    Match Report

Source Notes

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