June 19, 1927
Two Liverpool players whose prowess on the bowling green is well known in the vicinity of Anfield are Tommy Lucas and Donald Mackinlay. Both are members of the Sandon Club (Liverpool and District League) situated not a hundred yards from the football ground. Each day the doughty pair are to be seen at the manipulation of the “woods,” and their president, Mr. George Patterson, secretary of the Liverpool Football Club, is quite proud of their achievements.
Tommy quite recently scored a meritorious victory when playing in a club match, and his position on the League table was considerably enhanced as a result. Donald Mackinlay also shines at baseball during the football close season.
(The Sunday Post: June 19, 1927)