12 April 2009

10 September 1952

(Friendly match)
IRELAND - BRITISH ARMY 2:3

Referee: J.O. Best
Attendance/Venue: 15,000, Windsor Park, Belfast.
Goals: (Ireland) Clugston, McKnight; (Army) Hines 2, Parry

Ireland:
Ted McNeill (Sunderland) --
Frank Montgomery (Coleraine)
Willie Cunningham (St. Mirren) --
Jackie Blanchflower (Manchester United)
Jim McCabe (Leeds United)
Frank Mulholland (Middlesborough) --
Johnny Scott (Manchester United)
Peter Tilley (Arsenal)
Jim Clugston (Liverpool)
George McKnight (Blackpool)
Bertie Peacock (Glasgow Celtic)
Captain:

British Army:
John King (Swansea) --
Raymond Barnard (Middlesborough)
Philip Edward Gunter (Portsmouth) --
Anthony Marchi (Tottenham)
Geoff Twentyman (Carlisle)
Ewan Fenton (Blackpool) --
Arthur Kaye (Barnsley)
Norman Deeley (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
Derek Jabez Hines (Leicester City)
John Parry (Derby County)
Harry Hooper (West Ham United)
Captain:

By George Glass

Back row: H. Bullock (linesman), J.O. Best (referee), J. Blanchflower (Manchester United), W. Cunningham (St. Mirren), A. McNeil (Sunderland), F. Mulholland (Middlesbrough), A. Montgomery (Coleraine), J. Arbuthnot (linesman). Front row: J. Scott (Manchester United), P. Tilley (Arsenal), D. McCabe (Leeds United), J. Clugston (Liverpool), F. McKnight (Blackpool), R. Peacock (Glasgow Celtic)

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