Match No. 81 - Saturday, 12th March 1904

  • Jack Kirwan
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    • GK
    • Billy ScottWilliam Edward Scott.
      Born 17th May 1882, Belfast.
    • RB
    • Billy McCrackenWilliam Robert McCracken.
      Born 29th Jan 1883, Belfast.
    • LB
    • Peter BoylePeter Boyle.
      Born 26th Apr 1876, Carlingford.
    • HB
    • Bob MilneRobert George Milne.
      Born 1st Oct 1870, Inverarity, Scotland.
    • HB
    • Archie GoodallArchibald Lee Goodall.
      Born 19th Jun 1864, Belfast.
      Brother of England International John Goodall.
    • HB
    • Hughie MaginnisHugh Maginnis.
      Born 5th Sep 1878.
    • OR
    • Johnnie MercerJohn Thompson Mercer.
      Born 1877, Belfast.
      Also known as Toby.
    • IR
    • Jimmy SheridanJames Sheridan.
      Born 15th May 1882, Downpatrick.
      Known as Paddy.
    • CF
    • Joe ConnorMichael Joseph O'Connor.
      Born 26th Sep 1877, Philipstown.
    • IL
    • Jack KirwanJohn Henry Kirwan.
      Born 9th Feb 1878, Co Wicklow.
    • OL
    • Harry BuckleHenry Redmond Buckle.
      Born 6th Mar 1882, Belfast.
    • GK
    • Tom BaddeleyWolves, 4th of 5 caps
      29 years, 4 months, 10 days
    • RB
    • Bob CromptonBlackburn, 7th of 41 caps
      24 years, 5 months, 16 days
      (c)3rd captaincy
    • CH
    • Tommy CrawshawSheffield Wed, 10th of 10 caps
      31 years, 2 months, 16 days
    • LH
    • Alec LeakeAston Villa, 1st of 5 caps
      32 years, 8 months, 1 day
    • OR
    • Billy BrawnAston Villa, 2nd of 2 caps
      25 years, 7 months, 11 day
    • IR
    • Alf CommonSheffield Utd, 2nd of 3 caps
      23 years, 9 months, 18 days
    • IL
    • Joe BacheAston Villa, 3rd of 7 caps
      24 years, 1 month, 4 days
    • OL
    • George DavisDerby, 2nd of 2 caps
      22 years, 9 months, 7 days

Notes

  • Player MilestoneTommy Crawshaw's Last Cap
  • Player MilestoneAlec Leake's 1st Cap
  • Player MilestoneBilly Brawn's Last Cap
  • Player MilestoneGeorge Davis' Last Cap
  • Goal MilestoneAlf Common's 1st Goal
  • Match MilestoneEngland's 50th win

Sources

  • The History of the English Football League: Part One 1888-1930 by Michael J. Slade (Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Co. 2013)
  • nifootball.blogspot.com

Managers

  • England Committee
  • Northern Ireland Committee

Referee

  • Scotland Thomas Robertson

Attendance

  • 18,000

Half Time Score

ELO Ratings

  • Up 1 place, gaining 6 ranking points to 1957 points England - 2nd - 1
  • Ireland - 8th