2 November 2010

056: 23 February 1901

055 vs England -

056

- 057 vs England

23/02/1901

British Home Nations Championship

Scotland (SCO)

-

Ireland (IRE)

H/T

11

0

5-0

Referee:

Richard Thomas Gough (WAL)

Venue:

Parkhead, Glasgow

Attendance:

15,000

Goals:

SCO: McMahon (6, 15, 40, 50), Russell (25), Campbell (Celtic) (30,65), Hamilton (55, 60, 70, 80).

IRELAND:

Coach:

-

Captain:

W.K. Gibson (Game 2. Won 1, Drew 0, Lost 1)

Players

Clubs

Gls

Sub

Cap

1

McALPINE S.W.J.

Cliftonville

1

2

GIBSON W.K.

Cliftonville

9

3

TORRANS S.

Linfield

25

4

FARRELL P.

Distillery

1

5

CONNOR J.

Glentoran

1

6

COCHRANE M.

Leicester Fosse

8

7

SCOTT J.E.

Cliftonville

1

8

SMITH J.

Distillery

1

9

CAMPBELL James

Cliftonville

10

10

O'REILLY H.

Dublin Freebooters

1

11

CLARKE R.

Belfast Celtic

1


SCOTLAND:
LondonHearts
Captain: Robert Cumming Hamilton
George Chappell McWhattie (Queen's Park); Nicol Smith (Rangers), Bernard "Barney" Battles (Celtic), David Kennedy Russell (Celtic), George Anderson (Kilmarnock), John Tait Robertson (Rangers), John Campbell (Rangers), John Campbell (Celtic), Robert "Bob" Cumming Hamilton (Rangers), Alexander "Duke" McMahon (Celtic), Alexander "Alec" Smith (Rangers).

Notes:
  • Goal times approximate.
  • The 11-0 winning margin remains a Scottish record in all full internationals.
Credits/Sources:
George Glass
IFFHS
The British Home Football Championships 1884-1984 (Richard Samuel, 2003)
Match Report (at LondonHearts)

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