Tag: Ernest Peake

The death of Ernest Peake

November 19, 1931 Ernest Peake, who played for Blyth Spartans after he had established his fame as a centre half-back with Liverpool and in international games for Wales, has died at Ton Pentre (Wales). A native of Aberystwyth, Peake played for the Aberystwyth Town club when only 15 […]

Kenneth Campbell’s life story – Part IV

Saturday, May 28 – 1921 Amusing story of Buchan and Campbell When Charlie Buchan’s smile irritated me Base humour about my transfer By Kenneth Campbell “Kenneth Campbell, the famous goalkeeper for Partick Thistle and Scotland, continues the story of his football career. Joining Liverpool when a lad as […]

Ernest Peake for Blyth Spartans

August 27, 1919 Ernest Peake, the Liverpool and Welsh International centre-half, is going to Blyth Spartans as player-manager, and he should do the team a world of good. They have already secured Bernard Doyle, of Hull City, as goalkeeper, George Williams, of Close House, outside right and David […]

Ernest Peake’s disclaimer

February 19, 1918 Ernest Peake, the Welsh international, formerly with the Liverpool club, writes me as follows: – “Being a constant reader of your paper. I should like to draw your attention to a report of a match in your edition of the 12th. I noticed that I […]

Players coming and leaving Liverpool F.C.

August 19, 1914 Liverpool have engaged Phil Bratley (centre-half) and Wilfred Bartrop (wing forward) from Barnsley, and have also secured Charles Duffy from East Stirlingshire, and Charles Hafekost from Gillingham; while they have parted with Ernest Peake to Third Lanark, John Bovill to Linfield, and Tom Gracie to […]

Nine players to leave Liverpool

May 4, 1914 Liverpool failed to rebook Ernest Peake, so the Welsh international has taken himself to Third Lanark. It is curious to find a Welshman making is name with a Lancashire club and then turning to Scotland for employment, though Scotland has boasted a goalkeeper, Halliday, who […]

Liverpool Reserves XI

April 8, 1914 The Liverpool Reserves team to meet Crewe Alexandra Reserves on Good Friday will be: – Elisha Scott; Frank Grayer and Robert Crawford; James Scott, Ernest Peake, and Ralph Holden; Arthur Goddard, John Bovill, Jack Parkinson, Tom Gracie, and Robert Terris. (Liverpool Evening Express: April 8, […]

Liverpool Reserves at Anfield

April 3, 1914 The Liverpool Reserve team to play Crewe Alexandra, at Anfield, to-morrow, has been chosen as follows: – Elisha Scott; Frank Grayer, Robert Crawford; James Scott, Ernest Peake, Walter Wadsworth; Arthur Goddard, John Bovill, Robert Macdougall, James Dawson, Robert Terris. Arthur Goddard is a doubtful starter. […]

Liverpool Reserves v Huddersfield Town Reserves 2-1 (League match: March 28, 1914)

March 28, 1914 Reserves, Central League, at Anfield. Liverpool Reserves – Huddersfield Town Reserves 2-1 (1-0). Attendance: ‘Good.’ Liverpool Reserves (2-3-5): Elisha Scott, Frank Grayer, Robert Crawford, James Scott, Ernest Peake, Walter Wadsworth, Ralph Holden, William Banks, Robert Macdougall, James Dawson, Robert Terris. Huddersfield Town Reserves (2-3-5): Ted […]

Wales v Ireland 1-2 (International: January 19, 1914)

January 19, 1914 Match: International, British Championship, at Racecourse Ground, Wrexham. Wales – Ireland 1-2 (0-1). Attendance: 6,000. Wales (2-3-5): Teddy Peers (Wolverhampton Wanderers), Lloyd Davies (Northampton), Llew Davies (Wrexham), Edwin Hughes (Manchester City), Ernest Peake (Liverpool), J.T. Jones (Stoke), Billy Meredith (Manchester United), Evan Jones (Bolton Wanderers), […]

Bad luck for Bob Ferguson

January 2, 1914 Ferguson was damaged in yesterday’s match at Anfield, and will be unable to play at Sunderland to-morrow. This mishap will interfere with his fine record of consistent service. He has appeared without a break in every match since he signed for Liverpool, and has made […]

Heavy defeat at Valley Parade

January 2, 1914 The conditions at Valley Parade, yesterday, were entirely against good football, for the ground was covered with half-frozen snow. Yet the 4,000 spectators had an interesting afternoon, for the home team put on no fewer than 7 goals. The visitors rarely gave any signs of […]

Liverpool Reserves v Barnsley Reserves 2-0 (League match: December 20, 1913)

December 20, 1913 Reserves, Central League, at Anfield. Liverpool Reserves – Barnsley Reserves 2-0 (1-0). Liverpool Reserves (2-3-5): Ernest Peake, Arthur Metcalf, Jack Parkinson, Robert Macdougall, Barnsley Reserves (2-3-5): Taylor, Ruddlesdin, Newton. The goals: 1-0 Macdougall, 2-0 Macdougall. X Ernest Peake, Liverpool (Joint Everton and Liverpool Match Programme: […]

Another cap for Ernest Peake?

December 18, 1913 To-day the following eleven was chosen to represent Wales against Ireland at Wrexham, on Jan. 19th: – Teddy Peers (Wolverhampton Wanderers), goal; Llewelyn Davies (Wrexham) and Lloyd Davies (Northampton Town), backs; Ted Hughes (Manchester City), Ernest Peake (Liverpool), and Joseph Jones (Stoke), half-backs: Billy Meredith […]