North v South 1-2 (International trial: January 19, 1889)


January 19, 1889
Match: International trial, at Monkswearmouth (Sunderland), kick-off: 14:40.
North – South 1-2 (1-2).
Attendance: 9,000.
Referee: Mr. J.C. Clegg (Sheffield); umpires: Messrs. Nicholas Lane Jackson (Corinthians) and C.S. Craven (Darlington).
North (2-3-5): Billy Rowley (Stoke), Bethel Robinson (Bolton Wanderers), George Millar (Birtley), Walter Rose (Derby Midlands), Charles Perry (West Bromwich), Arthur Lowder (Wolves), Thomas Daft (Derby Midlands), Frank Burton (Nottingham Forest), John Brodie (Captain, Wolves), Jack Devey (Mitchell St. George’s), Billy Locker (Long Eaton Rangers).
South (2-3-5): William Robert Moon (Old Westminsters), Percy Melmoth Walters (Captain, Old Carthusians), Arthur Melmoth Walters (Old Carthusians), Cecil Holden White (Swifts), Charles Wreford Brown (Oxford University), Henry Edward Denison Hammond (Oxford University), George Brann (Swifts), Walter Henry Ainger (Oxford University), Edmund Samuel Currey (Old Carthusians), H.M. Walters (Oxford University), G.L. Wilson (Old Brightonians).
The goals: 0-1 Wreford Brown (6 min.), 1-1 Burton, 1-2 Brann (44 min.).

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Charles Perry, West Bromwich (Lloyd’s Weekly News: March 20, 1892):

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Jack Devey, Mitchell St. George’s  (Lloyd’s Weekly News: March 24, 1895):

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William Robert Moon (Denbigshire Free Press: October 26, 1895).

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Charles Wreford Brown, Oxford University (Dundee Evening Telegraph: December 1, 1898):

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Nicholas Lane Jackson “N.L. Jackson”, Corinthians (Exeter and Plymouth Gazette: November 20, 1894):

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