Match No. 14 - Saturday, 18th February 1882

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    • GK
    • James HamiltonJames Henry Hamilton.
      Born 1859, Belfast.
    • RB
    • John McAleryJohn McCredy McAlery.
      Born 1849, Rathfriland.
      (c)
    • LB
    • David RattrayDavid Rattray.
      Date of birth unknown, Ireland.
    • HB
    • Donald MartinDonald Cargill Martin.
      Born 1859, Ireland.
    • HB
    • Jack HastingsJohn Hastings.
      Born 1858, Belfast.
    • F
    • Jack SinclairJohn Sinclair.
      Born 1856, Ireland.
    • F
    • Billy McWhaWilliam Barrie Ritchie McWha.
      Born 1860, Ireland.
    • F
    • Jack DavisonDr. John Robert Davison.
      Born 25th Apr 1860, Hunslet, Leeds.
    • CF
    • Sam JohnstonSamuel Johnston.
      Born 18th Sep 1866, Belfast.
    • IL
    • Alex DillAlexander Harrison Dill.
      Born 27th Jun 1863, Ballymoney.
    • OL
    • James BuckleJames Buckle.
      Born 1854, Belfast.
    • RB
    • Alfred DobsonNotts County, 1st of 4 caps
      22 years, 10 months, 21 day
    • HB
    • Robert KingOxford University, Only Cap
      19 years, 10 months, 14 days
    • OR
    • Charlie BambridgeSwifts, 4th of 18 caps
      23 years, 6 months, 19 days
      (c)1st captaincy
    • IR
    • Horace BarnetRoyal Engineers, Only Cap
      25 years, 11 month, 12 days
    • CF
    • Arthur BrownAston Villa, 1st of 3 caps
      22 years, 11 month, 3 days
    • CF
    • Jimmy BrownBlackburn, 2nd of 5 caps
      19 years, 6 months, 18 days
    • OL
    • Harry CurshamNotts County, 2nd of 8 caps
      22 years, 2 months, 21 day

Notes

  • Goal TimesThe sequence of goal times beyond the first 3 is unknown.
  • Disallowed GoalJames Buckle is reputed to have had a goal disallowed.
  • UmpiresSamuel Sinclair (Ireland), William Peirce Dix (England)
  • Hat-Trick: Arthur Brown1st hat-trick (1st overall). The first ever England hat-trick is actually 4 goals.
  • Hat-Trick: Howard Vaughton1st hat-trick (2nd overall). The second England hat-trick suppasses the first with 5 goals (same match).
  • Player MilestoneJohn Rawlinson's Only Cap
  • Player MilestoneAlfred Dobson's 1st Cap
  • Player MilestoneDoctor Greenwood's 1st Cap
  • Player MilestoneFred Hargreaves' Last Cap
  • Player MilestoneRobert King's Only Cap
  • Player MilestoneHorace Barnet's Only Cap
  • Player MilestoneArthur Brown's 1st Cap
  • Player MilestoneHoward Vaughton's 1st Cap
  • Goal MilestoneHoward Vaughton's 1st Goal
  • Goal MilestoneJimmy Brown's 1st Goal
  • Goal MilestoneArthur Brown's 1st Goal
  • Goal MilestoneHarry Cursham's 1st Goal

Sources

  • The Times Monday 20th February 1882
  • nifootball.blogspot.com

Managers

  • England Committee
  • Northern Ireland Committee

Referee

  • Ireland Robert M Kennedy

Attendance

  • 2,500

Half Time Score

ELO Ratings

  • No change in rank, gaining 3 ranking points to 1931 points England - 2nd
  • Ireland - 4th