April 15, 1893 At Southport. McGill, the League referee, did not turn up, and after 40 minutes delay R.W.T. Hatch, a local man, was chosen.
April 15, 1893 Key note: “The game was delayed some 40 minutes in consequence of the non-arrival of the League referee, but ultimately it was
March 4, 1893 Southport Central were the visitors at Anfield Road on Saturday, and the Liverpool Club had its full strength up for the contest.
February 27, 1893 A goodly crows witnessed the game at Anfield, where Liverpool were opposed by the newly strengthened Southport Central. The home team were
February 27, 1893 The first meeting of these clubs in the Lancashire League competition took place on Saturday, at Anfield, before 3,000 spectators. Liverpool: Sydney
February 25, 1893 Key note: “The game at the outset gave promise of being a tough struggle, and although Liverpool early on asserted their superiority,
April 26, 1892 Match: Liverpool Cup, Final, at Hawthorne Road (Bootle). Everton – Southport Central 2-1 (1-0). Attendance: 3,000. Everton (2-3-5): David Jardine, Arthur Chadwick,