January 13, 1890
Match: International trial, at Kennington Oval, kick-off: 14:45.
South – North 3-1 (1-0).
Referee: Mr. J.C. Clegg (the FA); umpires: Messrs. T. Gunning (London FA) and R.P. Gregson (Lancashire FA).
South (2-3-5): William Robert Moon (Old Westminster), Percy Melmoth Walters (Old Carthusians), Arthur Melmoth Walters (Old Carthusians), Cecil Holden-White (Swifts), Charles Wreford-Brown (Old Carthusians), F.M. Ingram (Old Westminsters), George Huth Cotterill (Old Brightonians), John Gould Veitch (Old Westministers), Tinsley Lindley (Swifts), Rupert Renorden Sandilands (Old Westminsters), Edmund Samuel Currey (Old Carthusians).
North (2-3-5): Billy Rowley (Stoke), S. Widdowson (Nottingham Forest), Sid Oliver (Sunderland), Charles Perry (West Bromwich), Johnny Holt (Everton), George Waller (The Wednesday), Billy Bassett (West Bromwich), Arthur Shaw (Notts Rangers), Jack Southworth (Blackburn Rovers), Edgar Chadwick (Everton), Billy Townley (Blackburn Rovers).
The goals: 1-0 Lindley, 2-0 Currey, 3-0 Own Goal (Rowley), 3-1 Bassett.
William Robert Moon (Denbigshire Free Press: October 26, 1895).
Charles Wreford Brown, Old Carthusians (Dundee Evening Telegraph: December 1, 1898):
Rupert Renorden Sandilands, Old Westminsters (Lloyd’s Weekly News: October 15, 1893):
Charles Perry, West Bromwich (Lloyd’s Weekly News: March 20, 1892):