Albert Hitchinson transferred to Liverpool F.C.

March 17, 1908
Lancashire Combination meeting
At a meeting of the Lancashire Football Combination held in Preston on Tuesday evening the following matches were re-arranged: Colne v Newton, April 21; Clitheroe v Wigan, April 1; Burnley v Wigan, March 31; Colne v Stalybridge, April 7.

The representatives of the two remaining directors of Stalybridge Rovers agreed to play at Wigan as per programme, and after the match consulted their players to arrange for the continuance of the club to the end of the season.

Wigan Town were fined 5s. for playing Yuill before he was registered, and Atherton were fined 5s. each for playing Gore and Beckett.

Carlisle applied for a decision as to their position next season. The committee ruled that neither Carlisle nor Workington had any necessity to apply for re-election next season under Rule 1.

Turton asked that their match with Clitheroe should be replayed owing to an unofficial referee acting. The committee decided that the match should stand.

T. Armstrong, Bacup, was given a free transfer. The next meeting of the committee will be held at Lytham on April 21st.

The following transfers were granted:
Charles Whiteley, Burnley to Clitheroe;
Arthur Whalley, Brynn to Blackpool;
John Healy, Preston North End to Wigan;
Harry Riley, Haslingden to Bacup;
William Weston, St. Helens Town to Haslingden;
Arthur Lowe, Colne to Accrington;
Arthur Collier, Accrington to Darwen;
John James Morris, Accrington to Darwen;
David Greaves, Accrington to Darwen;
Herbert Baldwin, Haslingden to Oswaldtwistle;
S. Wood, Earlestown to Bolton Wanderers;
Ernest Basildon, Workington to Pendlebury;
William Bow, Nelson to Oswaltwistle;
Albert Hitchinson, Earlestown to Liverpool;
J. Livesey, Lancaster to Clitheroe;
Harry Pearson, Workington to Bury.
(Burnley Gazette: March 21, 1908)


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