February 10, 1945 Reserves: George Mahon Cup, at Goodison Park, kick-off: 15:00. Everton Reserves – Liverpool Reserves 0-4 (0-1). Liverpool Reserves (2-3-5): Terry Garner, Les
February 1, 1945 Secretary Mr. Theo Kelly, of Everton, cannot make any definite announcement about his team for Saturday’s “Derby” with Liverpool now all set
March 2, 1944 County Combination George Mahon cup-ties for this Saturday are: Marine v Kirby; Everton v Carlton, Randle v Liverpool; Fazakerley v Napiers. Liverpool
June 26, 1942 Twenty-one years on the Board Mr. Walter Henry Cartwright and Mr. William Harvey Webb, the Liverpool directors who were re-elected at the annual
June 13, 1942 Liverpool “A” team’s celebrated “do” on Saturday was one of the happiest little Soccer functions I have been to for some time.
June 11, 1942 Striking record of second string. With the likelihood that next season’s team—raising difficulties for Soccer clubs will be even greater than in
May 14, 1942 Liverpool “A”, home to Randles in the return George Mahon Cup semi-final, will be selected from: – Phil Keane, Kenneth Seddon, Bill
Tuesday, May 12 – 1942 Mention of the ‘A’ team bring to mind the remarkable record of Liverpool’s second string this season. After starting off
Wednesday, May 6 – 1942 The draw for the George Mahon Cup semi-finals has turned out thus: Randles v Liverpool ‘A’; Everton ‘A’ v Marine.
March 5, 1942 Saturday will be a big day for the young players of Liverpool’s Amateur team. In the afternoon they visit Randle at Runcorn
August 7, 1941 There are three newcomers to the Liverpool County Combination for next season. They are Napiers, Automac and Carlton, and they bring the
March 1, 1941 Match: George Mahon Competition, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:00. Liverpool “A” – Everton “A” 4-2 (0-0). Liverpool players mentioned: Albert Yoxon (goalkeeper), Kenneth
June 4, 1909 At a meeting of the directors of the Everton club, Mr. Edward Askew Bainbridge’s term as chairman having expired, Mr. Dan Kirkwood