December 4, 1941
“Doubles” in Saturday’s County Combination games in which the highlight is the return between leaders, Liverpool and Automac, at Anfield. The Reds won the first game 4-1.
Randle hope to beat Everton again, and Carlton seek their second win against Liverpool University. Further, Marine go for their second win over Napiers who play A. Joliffe, a full back, at centre forward. The new Garston club, Liverpool Civil Defence play a friendly with St. Teresa at Garston.
Marine (from): F. Foster, T. Hannah, Gill Welsby, Harry Birtles, J.K. Morgan, W. Fitzpatrick, A.N. Other, W. Arnold, F. Johns, G. Barron, C. Coffey, K. Paterson, C. Critchley.
Napiers: L. Sohage, G. McIlraith, A. Norman, E. Joliffe, N. Hankin, J. Birch, J. Bradley, A. Blenkinsop, A. Joliffe, L. Fraser, F. Cheedy.
Liverpool University: B.T. Simpson, L. Kelly, J.C.V. Murphy, W.C. Fletcher, D.G. Roberts, R. Pope, K. Dodgson, E. Seddon, J.H.H. Saint, R.E. Walker, J. Moyse.
Automac: Rimmer, Dennett, Holcroft, Duncan, Butler, Tommy Fairfoull, Baxter, Dailey, Clague, Nelson, Hughes.
Liverpool “A” (from): Willis, Kenneth Seddon, Jack Macdoald, Richard Kirwan, Parry, Finney, Paterson, Willie Hall, George Collister, Arthur Shepherd, Jack Campbell, Michael Hulligan, Parker.
(Evening Express: December 4, 1941)