North v South 1-1 (International trial: February 10, 1908)

February 10, 1908
Match: International Amateur trial, at Stamford Bridge, kick-off: 15:00.
North – South 1-1 (0-1).
Attendance: 6,000.
Referee: Mr. G. Wagstaffe Simmons (Herts FA); linesmen: Messrs. Lieut. Clover (Leicester FA) and F. Lockwood (Kent FA).
North (2-3-5): Horace Bailey (Leicester Fosse), Robert Wallwork (Northern Nomads), W. Chapman (Stockton), J. Prosser (Stockton), Frederick William Chapman (Notts Magdala), J.V. Healey (Northern Nomads), R. Hardy (South Banks), Jack Yuill (Northern Nomads), William Grundy (Blackpool), T.J. Duggan (Old Xaverians), Harold Uren (Hoylake).
South (2-3-5): J.W. Thompson (Dulwich Hamlet), J.J. Bayley (Clapton), A.H. Bell (Woking), B. Catling (Ware), H.C. Littlewort (West Norwood), Lance Corporal A. Daffern (Depot Battery Royal Engineers), Hugh Dolby (Nunhead), J. Kyle (Woking), Sergeant Charles McGibbon (Royal Artillery, Woolwich), C.H. Pearce (Ilford), E.G. Williams (Ryde).
The goals: 0-1 Kyle (35 min.), 1-1 Duggan (60 min.).

Sporting Life: February 5, 1908:

Frederick William Chapman (Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News: November 19, 1910).