November 19, 1892
Key note: “Liverpool did not cover themselves with glory on Saturday in the English Cup tie encounter with Northwich Victoria. The reputation they had built up by their victory over Aston Villa was ruthlessly brought down. Whatever complaint there was about the ground, and it was wretched enough, Liverpool undoubtedly had the advantage as they were a much heavier team, and, therefore on a heavy-going ground ought to have made a better show.” (Liverpool Mercury: November 21, 1892)
Match: FA Cup, Second qualifying round, at The Drill Field, kick-off: 14:30.
Northwich Victoria – Liverpool 2-1 (2-1).
Referee: Mr. John Lewis; linesmen: Messrs.: Fletcher and Gunning.
Northwich Victoria (2-3-5): John Gow, Thomas Scanlan, George Postles, Bob Ramsay, William Crozier, Jesse Stanley, Josh Hargreaves, Patrick Finnerhan, Harry Bradshaw, Robert Macbeth, Harry Fecitt.
Secretary: W.A. Fletcher.
Liverpool (2-3-5): Sydney Ross, Andrew Hannah (C), Duncan McLean, John McCartney, Joe McQue, James McBride, Thomas Wyllie, Jock Smith, John Miller, Malcolm McVean, Andrew Kelvin.
Secretary: William Barclay.
The goals: 0-1 Wyllie (10 min.), 1-1 Fecit, 2-1 Fecit.
* Liverpool Mercury: “Knocked out of the FA Cup.”;
* Liverpool Mercury: “Weekly review”;
* Liverpool Mercury: “Liverpool hand in protest after FA Cup defeat”;
* Liverpool Mercury: “Liverpool’s FA Cup protest thrown out”;
* Athletic News: “Liverpool and District Notes”;
Harry Bradshaw, Northwich Victoria (Illustrated Police Budget: November 11, 1899):