All articles about Billy Hood on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About Billy Hood: Born: November 3, 1914: Belfast, Northern Ireland. Passed away: 1992. Position: Left full back. Height:
May 16, 1959 Sam Hardy … Harry Hibbs … Frank Swift … Ted Sagar … Sam Bartram … Jerry Dawson …Jack Harkness … John Thomson.
December 9, 1949 The death took place last night of Mr. William Kennedy Gibson, who, as a solicitor, had practised in Belfast for the past
June 10, 1943 The Veterans’ challenge match on June 18 between Short & Harland’s Antiques and Carrick and Larne Veterans should arouse much interest. The
September 14, 1942 Match: Army match, at Cliftonville, kick-off: 18:00. Northern Ireland Command – British Army 3-5 (2-3). Northern Ireland Command (2-3-5): Dennis Wright (Mansfield
All articles about James Barron on PlayUpLiverpool.com. About James Barron: Born: September 30, 1874: Belfast, Northern Ireland. Passed away: January 3, 1939: Belfast, Northern Ireland.
July 9, 1938 Alex Raisbeck returns to the West Country after an absence of nine years. Since leaving Bristol City, he has made quite a
Registered players for Larne Football Club, season 1936-37: James Barr, Position: Full-back; (Whiteabbey, Larne Olympic); Victor Beattie, Position: Goalkeeper; Height: 5ft. 8in., weight: 11st. 0lb.;
Thursday, May 6 – 1937 Our Liverpool correspondent wires: – Rather an awkward hitch has occurred over the loan of Milne, the Dundee United centre
Wednesday, March 3 – 1937 Two Cliftonville players, W.J. Hood, left back, and E. McCappin, right half, both Irish internationals, have signed for Liverpool. (Dundee
Wednesday, March 3 – 1937 Liverpool F.C. expect to secure the transfer in a few days of W. Hood, the Cliftonville and Irish amateur international
February 20, 1930 Elisha Scott, the Liverpool goalkeeper, intimated yesterday that he would be unable to play for Ireland against Scotland to-morrow on account of
January 12, 1925 As forecasted in The Athletic News last week, the Liverpool club came to terms with Barn for the transfer of their goalkeeper
January 3, 1925 Liverpool have signed on a new goalkeeper, Samuel Rainey, of the Irish League Club, Barn. Rainey, who is 5ft. 11in. in height,
November 11, 1922 International, Amateur friendly, at Deepdale. England Amateurs – Ireland Amateurs 4-0 (3-0). Attendance: 6,540; gate receipts: £383. Referee: Mr. W.F. Bunnell (Preston).
January 22, 1922 The death has taken place at Ballyronan, County Derry, of Mr. William Joseph Morrow, one of the pioneers of association football in
February 1, 1918 The remains of Mr. Sam McAlpine were yesterday interred in Bangor Cemetery, the funeral being largely attended, as the deceased was well
January 15, 1918 On Saturday in Belfast when the County Antrim Shield ties occupied attention, Belfast Celtic came back into senior football by virtue of
March 27, 1915 Match: Irish FA Cup, Final, at Cliftonville (Belfast). Linfield – Belfast Celtic 1-0 (0-0). Attendance: 18,000. Linfield (2-3-5): Frederick William McKee, David
March 27, 1915 How Tom Watson secured Alex Raisbeck “Judge” Murphy fixes me up with the Hibs, And then I am given on loan to
March 26, 1910 Match: Irish FA Cup, Final, at the Oval (Belfast), kick-off: 15:30. Distillery – Cliftonville 1-0 (0-0). Attendance: 10,000. Distillery (2-3-5): Donald Sloan,
August 7, 1909 The Irish Association mean to improve football in that country. They recommend the eight League clubs to appoint a coach. Already two
April 10, 1909 Match: Irish FA Cup, Final, replay, at Dalymount Park (Dublin). Cliftonville – Bohemians 2-1 (1-0). Attendance: 15,000 (gate receipts: £450). Referee: Mr.
April 3, 1909 Match: Irish FA Cup, Final, at Windsor Park (Belfast); kick-off: 15:30. Cliftonville – Bohemians 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 2,000. Referee: Mr. Tom Robertson
October 10, 1908 Match: Inter League, at Solitude, Cliftonville (Belfast), kick-off: 15:30. Irish League – English League 0-5 (0-2). Attendance: 15,000. Referee: Mr. J.B. Stark