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218: 26 October 1960

217 vs England  - 218 - 219 vs Scotland World Cup Qualifier Wednesday, 26th October. KO: 14:45 NORTHERN IRELAND (NIR) 3 - 4 WEST GERMANY (FRG) (H/T 1-1) Venue: Windsor Park , Belfast Attendance: 35,000 Referee: Horn (NED) Goalscorers: NIR: McAdams 21, 51, 90 ; FRG: Brulls 8 , Seeler 53 , G. Dorfel 55, 80 NORTHERN IRELAND: (3-2-5) green shirts , white shorts, green socks Manager: Peter Doherty Captain: Danny Blanchflower McClelland; Keith, Elder, D. Blanchflower, Forde, Peacock, Bingham, McIlroy, McAdams , Hill, McParland WEST GERMANY: (3-2-5) white shirts, black shorts, black socks Tilkowski, Erhardt, Schnellinger, Giesemann, Wilden, Szymaniak, R. Kreß, Brülls, Seeler, G. Herrmann, G. Dörfel Match Programme: Match Pictures: Links/Sources: DFB.de Tubby Morton (card scans)

Sam Parke

Name: Samuel Parke Born: Died: 15 April 2013 Height: Weight: Position: Right-Back Representative Honours: Northern Ireland: 1 Amateur Cap (1961) . Club Career: Bangor Crusaders Biography: Elder brother of John Parke. More details to follow. Northern Ireland Amateur Cap Details: 18-02-1961 Scotland H D 3-3 Summary: 1/0. Won 0, Drew 1, Lost 0.

Northern Ireland in the International Challenge Trophy

- Players - Results - Line-Ups - International Challenge Trophy - Programmes - The International Challenge Trophy (formerly the European Challenge Trophy) is a competition for Under-23 players. The competing nations may use further criteria for selecting their teams, with Northern Ireland players all coming from clubs playing in the IFA Premiership. These matches are categorised separately from the original Northern Ireland Under-23 team. 2005-06 (as European Challenge Trophy - 4 teams) Did not enter. Winners: England (group) 2007-09 (8 teams) Manager: David Jeffrey (Linfield) Group B 11 December 2007 Stade Luc Varenne, Tournai Belgium 2 (0)  (Hubert 58 , Lutun 85 ) Northern Ireland 1 (0)  (Thompson 46 ) NIR:  Nelson (Dungannon Swifts); Holland (Cliftonville), Ogilby (Institute), Mulgrew (Linfield) [sub: McIlmoyle (Limavady United) 69], Albert Watson (Ballymena United) capt , Lindsay (Linfield), Ward (Glentoran), Clarke (Newry City), Thompson (Linfield), W

Northern Ireland Women's Under-17 in Minor Tournaments

- Northern Ireland Women - - Senior - Under-19 - Under-17 - Under-16 - Under-15 - -  UEFA Under-17 Championships  -  Minor Tournaments  -  Results  - 2004 Six Nations Tournament   (Castlebar, Republic of Ireland) 13th-17th April Results missing England .... 3-0 N. Ireland Rep. Ireland 2-0 Scotland England  ....  2-2 Scotland ... [3-1 pens] Scotland ....  1-1 N. Ireland Final England  ....  2-2 USA Region 1 [6-5 pens] 2005 Six Nations Tournament   (County Cork, Republic of Ireland) 29th March - 2nd April Group A Rep. Ireland 4-0 N. Ireland England  ....  4-1 N. Ireland England  ....  2-1 Rep. Ireland Group B USA  ........  2-0 Scotland Scotland ....  2-1 Netherlands USA  ........  2-0 Netherlands Fifth Place Play-Off Netherlands. 2-0 N. Ireland Third Place Play-Off Scotland ....  2-0 Rep. Ireland Final USA  ........  3-1 England 2006 Six Nations Tournament   (South-West England) 10th-14th April Group A

Northern Ireland in the UEFA Women's Under-17 Championship

- Northern Ireland Women - - Senior  - Under-19 - Under-17 - Under-16 - Under-15 - -  UEFA Under-17 Championships  - Minor Tournaments - Results - Northern Ireland Women's Under-17 Squad Austria, October 2014 (Roy Cathcart) The UEFA Women's Under-17 Championship started in 2007/08. It acts as the qualifying competition for the FIFA Women's Under-17 World Cup. Northern Ireland WU17s are yet to progress beyond the qualifying stages of the UEFA Championships. 2007/08 First Qualifying Round - Group 8 (Croatia) (also for 2008 World Cup qualification) Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Scotland 3 3 0 0 13 1 +12 9 Hungary 3 2 0 1 9 3 +6 6 Northern Ireland 3 0 1 2 0 8 -8 1 Croatia 3 0 1 2 0 10 -10 1 20-10-2007
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