1 November 2010

002: 25 February 1882

001 vs England -

002

- 003 vs England

25/02/1882

International Friendly Match

Wales (WAL) 7

-

Ireland (IRE) 1

(H/T 3-1)

Referee:

Robert E. Lythgoe (ENG)

Umpires:

??

Venue:

Acton Park, Wrexham

Attendance:

2,000

Goals:

WAL: Morgan (10), Price (41, ??, ??, ??), Owen (44, ??); IRE: Johnston (20).

IRELAND: 2-2-6

Coach:

-

Captain:

J.M. McAlery (Game 2, Won 0, Drew 0, Lost 2)

Players

Club

Gls

Sub

Cap

1

HAMILTON J.

Knock

2

2

CRONE W.

Distillery

1

3

McALERY J.M.

Cliftonville

2

4

MARTIN D.C.

Cliftonville

2

5

HASTINGS J.

Knock

2

6

DAVISON J.R.

Cliftonville

2

7

McWHA W.B.R.

Knock

2

8

JOHNSTON S.J.

Distillery

1

2

9

SINCLAIR J.

Knock

2

10

DILL A.H.

Knock

2

11

CONDY J.

Distillery

1

WALES:

Welsh Football Data Archive
Harry Adams (Berwyn Rangers), John R Morgan (Derby School), Jack Powell (Druids), Frederick W Hughes (Northwich Victoria), William Williams (Druids), William P Owen, (Ruthin), Edward G Shaw (Oswestry), Charles F Ketley (Druids), John Price (Wrexham), John Roberts (Corwen), Jack Vaughan (Druids)

Match Programmes/Tickets/Teamsheets:

Match Pictures:

Match Reports:

Notes:

  • John Price scored Wales' last three goals in the last ten minutes.
  • Sam Johnston became Ireland's first international goalscorer and at the age of 15 years and 161 days he remains the youngest.

Credits/Sources:

IFFHS
WFDA

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