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Wales vs England international football match report

Date, kick-off time: Monday, 19 March 1906, 16:00 (UTC)
National teams, score:
Competition:British Championship 1906
Referee:Robert Murray, Stenhousemuir /
Attendance, venue:15 000, The Arms Park, Cardiff
Goals:0:1 (86') Samuel Day
Wales national football team line-up in match Nr.83
Managed by -
Leigh Roose   1128Stoke FC, Stoke on Trent
Albert Jones   20' injured223Notts County FC, Nottingham
Horace Blew   1428Wrexham AFC, Wrexham
Maurice Parry  Captain  1128Liverpool FC, Liverpool
Morgan Morgan-Owen   1029Corinthians FC, London
Ted Hughes   12Tottenham Hotspur FC, Tottenham
William Jones   4Manchester City FC, Manchester
Hugh Morgan Owen   324Welshpool FC, Welshpool
Arthur Green   524Notts County FC, Nottingham
John Lewis   1Bristol Rovers FC, Bristol
Bobby Evans   220Wrexham AFC, Wrexham
England national team line-up in match Nr.87
Managed by selection committee
Jimmy Ashcroft   227Woolwich Arsenal FC, London
Bob Crompton   1026Blackburn Rovers FC, Blackburn
Herbert Smith   426Reading FC, Reading
Ben Warren   226Derby County FC, Derby
Colin Veitch   224Newcastle United FC, Newcastle upon Tyne
Kelly Houlker   533Southampton FC, Southampton
Dicky Bond   422Preston North End FC, Preston
Samuel Day   227Old Malvernians FC, London
Alf Common   325Middlesbrough FC, Middlesbrough
Stanley Harris  Captain  524Old Westminsters FC, London
Edward Wright   121Cambridge University AFC, Cambridge
Match stats
National teamPlayersAverage capsAverage ageClubsGoalsCautionsExpulsions
Historical data sources
Evening Express (Cardiff), №5834, 19.03.1906; The National Library of Wales
The Times (London), №37972, 20.03.1906;
Evening Express (Cardiff), №5835, 20.03.1906; The National Library of Wales
The Manchester Guardian (Manchester), №18599, 20.03.1906;
Welsh Coast Pioneer (Rhyl), №382, 23.03.1906; The National Library of Wales

dudd - posted 13.11.2014 11:02:08

Albert Jones had to retire after twenty minutes play. He strained his left thigh badly.
Morgan and Hugh Morgan-Owen were brothers. (link: )
Wales vs England post-match head-to-head
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Wales v England match-by-match record
Wales matches
Previous match:
British Championship 1906
Scotland vs Wales 0-2
Edinburgh, Saturday 3 March 1906
Next match:
British Championship 1906
Wales vs Ireland 4-4
Wrexham, Monday 2 April 1906
England matches
Previous match:
British Championship 1906
Ireland vs England 0-5
Belfast, Saturday 17 February 1906
Next match:
British Championship 1906
Scotland vs England 2-1
Glasgow, Saturday 7 April 1906
England top scorers
1. Steve Bloomer (1895 - 1905) - 27 goals
2. Tinsley Lindley (1886 - 1891) - 14 goals
3. John Goodall (1888 - 1896) - 12 goals
4. Charlie Bambridge (1879 - 1885) - 11 goals
5. Gilbert Smith (1893 - 1899) - 11 goals
6. Fred Dewhurst (1886 - 1889) - 11 goals
... Samuel Day (1906) - 2 goals
(correct as of March 19, 1906)
Brief match report
Mon. 19 Mar 1906
The Arms Park, Cardiff
Wales 0-1 England
Goals: Day 86

Wales: Roose, Albert Jones, Blew, Parry (c), Morgan-Owen, Hughes, William Jones, Morgan Owen, Green, Lewis, Evans.

England: Ashcroft, Crompton, Smith, Warren, Veitch, Houlker, Bond, Day, Common, Harris (c), Wright. Managed by selection committee.

Att: 15 000
Ref: Murray (Scotland)

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