England v Ireland 6-1 (International: February 25, 1893)

February 25, 1893
International: British Championship, at Perry Barr (Birmingham).
England – Ireland 6-1 (4-1).
Attendance: 10,000.
Referee: Mr. T.R. Park (Scottish FA); Linesmen: W.S. Dawson (IFA) and T.Y. Gunning (English FA).
England (2-3-5): Charles Charsley (Small Heath), Frederick Raymond Pelly (Old Foresters), Alban Harrison (Old Westminster), Albert Smith (Nottingham Forest), William Norman Winckworth (Old Westminster), Norman Cooper (Cambridge University), Gilbert Oswald Smith (Oxford University), George Huth Cotterill (Old Brightonians, Captain), Robert Topham (Wolves), Walter Gilliatt (Old Carthusians), Rupert Renorden Sandilands (Old Westminster).
Ireland (2-3-5): John Clugston (Cliftonville), William Gordon (Linfield), Robert Stewart (Cliftonville), Alex Crawford (Cliftonville), Samuel Spencer (Distillery), William Cunningham (Ulster), James Small (Cliftonville), George Gaffikin (Linfield), Olphert Stanfield (Distillery), John Peden (Linfield), Sam Torrans (Linfield).
The goals: 1-0 Gilliatt (10 min.), 1-1 Gaffikin (13 min.), 2-1 Gilliatt (18 min.), 3-1 Gilliatt (30 min.), 4-1 Gilbert Smith (43 min.), 5-1 Winckworth (60 min.), 6-1 Sandilands (75 min.).

Frederick Raymond Pelly, Old Foresters (Lloyd’s Weekly News: March 19, 1893):

Albert Smith, Nottingham Forest (Lloyd’s Weekly News: March 27, 1892):

Rupert Renorden Sandilands, Old Westminsters (Lloyd’s Weekly News: October 15, 1893):

Gilbert Oswald Smith (Lloyd’s Weekly News: October 20, 1895):

Sam Torrans, Linfield (Dundee Evening Telegraph: January 28, 1898).



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