February 26, 1920
Key note: “On the authority of a wood merchant like Mr. William Harvey Webb we are told that ‘wood is going up.’ If Liverpool had got some woodwork a little out of the way at Trent’s side they would have won handsomely. The woodwork saved Streets, a little fellow, on five occasions, and Notts County got away with welcome points. It was an astonishing result, yet Liverpool in a measure have themselves to blame for not making a victory. It was in their hands to do so, for Notts crossed the half-way line on bare ten occasions in the second half and Liverpool continually pressed them back.” (Liverpool Echo: February 27, 1920)
Match: Football League, First Division, at Meadow Lane, kick-off: 15:15.
Notts County – Liverpool 1-0 (1-0).
Attendance: 6,000 (10,000 from the start of the second half).
Referee: Mr. F. Cheetham.
Notts County (2-3-5): George Streets, Tommy Gibson, Frank Marriott, Billy Flint, Jimmy Bagshaw, Arthur Woodland, James Cooke, Jack Cook, Billy McLeod, Harold Hill, Horace Henshall.
Liverpool (2-3-5): Elisha Scott, Tommy Lucas, Donald Mackinlay, John Bamber, Walter Wadsworth, Tom Bromilow, Jack Sheldon, William Lacey, Tom Miller, Harry Lewis, Albert Pearson.
The goal: 1-0 Hill (8 min.).