The Reserves

Liverpool Reserves v Old Xaverians 6-2


Saturday, October 8 – 1910
Reserves, friendly, at Anfield, kick off: 15:30.
Liverpool Reserves – Old Xaverians 6-2 (0-1).
Referee: Mr. Williamson.
Liverpool Reserves (2-3-5): J. Williams; Alf West, Billy Dunlop; Barney Dillon, Sam Hignett, Donald Mackinlay; James Speakman, Joe Brough, Sam Bowyer, William Stuart, Herbert Leavey.
Old Xaverians (2-3-5): H. Lockhart; J.H. Range, A.R. Evans; C.R. Wilcock, A.E. Kelly, B. Heaps; H. Shea, J. Roche, T.J. Kilburn, T. Thompson, C. McDowell.
The goals: 0-1 Shee, 1-1 Speakman, 2-1 Brough, 3-1 Bowyer, 4-1 Brough, 5-1 Brough, 5-2 Thompson, 6-2 Brough.

Match report from the Evening Express, Saturday, October 8 – 1910.
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Report from the Joint Everton and Liverpool Match Programme (With the Reserves), Saturday, October 15 – 1910.
The return fixture between the Liverpool Reserves elevens and the Old Xavierans provided the Reds with another victory. In the first half the Amateurs gained the lad, Shea scoring a capital goal for them.

After the change of ends, the Reds went ahead in fine style, and Speakman equalised. Then Brough came into the picture with a series of goal, and Bowyer also netted. Thompson secured another for the Old Boys, who were beaten by six goals to two.

Lockhart kept a good goal for the losers, despite the heavy score against him. A likely full back is Ranger; young, clever and plucky. He kept the Reds’ left win well under control.

The Liverpool forwards gave a fine exhibition in the second half, the right wing being in deadly mood.

From Joint Everton and Liverpool Match Programme, October 9 – 1910.
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