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  • Wales suffered its 4th consecutive defeat

England vs Wales international football match report

Date, kick-off time: Saturday, 7 March 1891, 15:30 (UTC)
National teams, score:
England
-
Wales
4:1
Competition:British Championship 1891
Referee:Thomas Park, Cambuslang /
Scotland
Attendance, venue:15 000, Newcastle Road, Sunderland
Goals:1:0 (7') John Goodall, 2:0 (30') Jack Southworth, 3:0 (35') Edgar Chadwick, 4:0 (37') Alf Milward, 4:1 (84') Edmund Howell
England national football team line-up in match Nr.42
Managed by selection committee
PlayerCapsAgeClub
Leonard Wilkinson   122Oxford University AFC, Oxford
Elphinstone Jackson   122Oxford University AFC, Oxford
Thomas Porteous   1Sunderland AFC, Sunderland
Albert Smith   121Nottingham Forest FC, West Bridgford
Johny Holt   225Everton FC, Liverpool
Alf Shelton   425Notts County FC, Nottingham
George Brann   325Swifts FC, Slough
John Goodall  Captain  527Derby County FC, Derby
Jack Southworth   224Blackburn Rovers FC, Blackburn
Edgar Chadwick   121Everton FC, Liverpool
Alf Milward   120Everton FC, Liverpool
Wales national team line-up in match Nr.38
Managed by -
PlayerCapsAgeClub
Dick Turner   2Wrexham AFC, Wrexham
Walter Evans   2Aston Villa FC, Birmingham
Seth Powell   4West Bromwich Albion FC, West Bromwich
Billie Hughes   1Bootle FC, Bootle
Humphrey Jones  Captain  1328Queens Park FC, Glasgow
Charlie Parry   1Everton FC, Liverpool
Joe Davies   4Ardwick FC, Manchester
William Owen   11Chirk AAA FC, Chirk
William Turner   4Wrexham AFC, Wrexham
Edmund Howell   3Builth FC, Builth Wells
Billy Lewis   11Crewe Alexandra FC, Crewe
Match stats
National teamPlayersAverage capsAverage ageClubsGoalsCautionsExpulsions
England112.0008400
Wales115.09110100
Historical data sources
Lloyd’s Weekly Newspaper (London), №2520, 08.03.1891; Newspapers.com
The Leeds Mercury (Leeds), №16511, 09.03.1891; Newspapers.com
Liverpool Mercury (Liverpool), №13469, 09.03.1891; Newspapers.com
The Sheffield and Rotherham Independent (Sheffield), №11408, 09.03.1891; Newspapers.com
The Northern Echo (Dalington), №5652, 09.03.1891; Newspapers.com
South Wales Daily News (Cardiff), №5851, 09.03.1891; The National Library of Wales
The Birmingham Daily Post (Birmingham), №10205, 09.03.1891; Newspapers.com
The Morning Post (London), №37045, 09.03.1891; Newspapers.com
The Wrexham Advertiser (Wrexham), №-, 14.03.1891; The National Library of Wales
Comments

Chris010 - posted 19.10.2014 00:48:52

For the second year running, England played 2 games on one day. An amateur team played Wales whilst a team of professionals played Ireland. (link: )
England vs Wales post-match head-to-head
PlayedWonDrawnLostGoalsPoints/Match
13101241 - 151.615
England v Wales match-by-match record
England matches
Previous match:
British Championship 1891
England vs Ireland 6-1
Wolverhampton, Saturday 7 March 1891
Next match:
British Championship 1891
England vs Scotland 2-1
Blackburn, Saturday 4 April 1891
Wales matches
Previous match:
British Championship 1891
Ireland vs Wales 7-2
Belfast, Saturday 7 February 1891
Next match:
British Championship 1891
Wales vs Scotland 3-4
Wrexham, Saturday 21 March 1891
England top scorers
1. Tinsley Lindley (1886 - 1891) - 14 goals
... John Goodall (1888 - 1891) - 4 goals
... Jack Southworth (1889 - 1891) - 2 goals
... Edgar Chadwick (1891) - 1 goal
... Alf Milward (1891) - 1 goal
(correct as of March 7, 1891)
Wales top scorers
1. William Owen (1882 - 1884) - 6 goals
2. Jack Doughty (1888) - 6 goals
3. Herbert Sisson (1885 - 1886) - 4 goals
4. Job Wilding (1885 - 1888) - 4 goals
5. John Price (1882) - 4 goals
6. Edmund Howell (1888 - 1891) - 3 goals
7. William Pryce-Jones (1888 - 1890) - 3 goals
8. Richard Jarrett (1889) - 3 goals
9. William Owen (1885 - 1890) - 3 goals
(correct as of March 7, 1891)
Brief match report
Sat. 07 Mar 1891
Newcastle Road, Sunderland
England 4-1 Wales
Goals: Goodall 7, Southworth 30, Chadwick 35, Milward 37, Howell 84

England: Wilkinson, Jackson, Porteous, Smith, Holt, Shelton, Brann, Goodall (c), Southworth, Chadwick, Milward. Managed by selection committee.

Wales: Dick Turner, Evans, Powell, Hughes, Jones (c), Parry, Davies, Owen, William Turner, Howell, Lewis.

Att: 15 000
Ref: Park (Scotland)

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