April 5, 1890
International, British Championships, at Hampden Park, kick-off: 15:40.
Scotland – England 1-1 (1-1).
Referee: Mr Jack Reed.
Scotland (2-3-5): James Wilson (Vale of Leven), Walter Arnott (Queen’s Park), Michael McKeown (Celtic), Thomas Robertson (Queen’s Park), James Kelly (Celtic), James McLaren (Celtic), William Groves, William Berry (Queen’s Park), Willie Johnstone (Third Lanark), John McPherson (Cowlairs), James McCall (Renton).
England (2-3-5): William Robert Moon (Old Westminsters), Arthur Melmoth Walters (Old Carthusians), Percy Melmoth Walters (Old Carthusians), George Haworth (Accrington), Harry Allen (Wolves), Alfred Shelton (Notts County), Billy Bassett (West Bromwich), Edmund Samuel Currey (Old Carthusians), Tinsley Lindley (Swifts), Harry Wood (Wolves), Harry Daft (Notts County).
The goals: 0-1 Wood (17 min.), 1-1 McPherson (27 min.).
Sketches from the Evening Telegraph: April7. 1890.