Tag: Harry Storer

Derby County v Liverpool 2-3 (League match)

Wednesday, February 15 – 1928 Match: Football League, First Division, at Baseball Ground, kick-off: 15:00. Derby County – Liverpool 2-3 (2-0). Attendance: 9,021. Referee: Mr. G.D. Nunnerley. Derby County (2-3-5): Harry Wilkes, Billy Carr, George Collin, Archie Scott, Tommy Davison, Harry Storer, Sammy Crooks, Jimmy Gill, Harry Bedford, […]

Harry junior broke Red hearts

Saturday, April 23 – 1921 Harry Storer, who is the son of the Old Liverpool goalkeeper of that name, had a mixed day at Liverpool last week. He it was who had the misfortune to collide with Jack Sheldon when the latter broke his leg. It was a […]

The funeral of William Storer

March 2, 1912 The funeral of William Storer, the famous ex-wicket keeper and batsman, took place at Ripley, near Derby, on Saturday. The body was contained in an unpolished oak coffin, bearing the inscription: “William Storer. At rest. Feb. 28. 1912. Aged 44,” and it was laid in […]

The death of Harry Storer

April 25, 1908 Local sporting enthusiasts will be sorry to hear of the death of Harry Storer, footballer and cricketer, and brother of the well-known Derbyshire wicket-keeper, William Storer, which took place, after a lingering illness, at Ripley on Saturday morning. Like his brother William, the deceased figured […]

Harry Storer and his public house

November 22, 1902 Holloway could not bring their best team to Matlock for their match on Saturday in the second round of the Derbyshire Cup competition. Harry Storer, the erstwhile Liverpool player, who is eligible to play for Holloway, felt obliged to decline a place in the team, […]

Harry Storer on the transfer list

November 23, 1901 There is a sum of £50 on Harry Storer’s transfer. He has not been playing for his club, Liverpool, this season, but what a useful man he would be to some young rising organisation in cricket or football. (Source: Nottingham Evening Post: November 23, 1901)

A popular “mini-Derby”

Saturday, April 6 – 1901 Everton Reserves v Liverpool Reserves. A huge holiday crowd, numbering 15,000 person, was present at Goodison Park to witness the above rivals decide their return fixture in the combination. Both sides were strongly represented, and a remarkably fast and interesting game ensued. Liverpool […]

Padiham taste defeat

Wednesday, January 23 – 1901 Padiham v Liverpool Reserves. Padiham had as visitors on Saturday Liverpool in the return match, and though Padiham reduced the score of their opponents to half that of the away match, they were defeated by two goals to one. Play on both sides […]

Liverpool Reserves won at New Brighton

Wednesday, December 26 – 1900 The reserve teams of these local clubs met at the Tower Grounds, New Brighton, yesterday afternoon to decide their return Lancashire Combination fixture, the previous game between them having ended in favour of Liverpool by three goals to two. The weather was very […]

New Brighton Tower Reserves v Liverpool Reserves 0-1 (League match: December 25, 1900)

December 25, 1900 Reserves, Lancashire Combination, Tower Grounds. New Brighton Tower Reserves – Liverpool Reserves 0-1 (0-0). Attendance: 2,000. New Brighton Tower Reserves (2-3-5): Albert Bradshaw; Harry Turner, Ellis; John Holmes, R Ellison, Gibbs; Leech, Tom Bradshaw, Tommy Green, T. Ford, George Barnes. Liverpool Reserves (2-3-5): Harry Storer; […]

Liverpool Reserves score five times

Monday, December 24 – 1900 Liverpool Reserves v Stockport County Reserves. At Anfield-road. The home team scored through John Davies two minutes from the start. The the County made a persistent attack on Harry Storer’s charge without result. Liverpool pressed, John “Sailor” Hunter adding a second goal, and […]

Liverpool Reserves v Stockport County Reserves 5-0 (League match: December 22, 1900)

December 22, 1900 Reserves, Lancashire Combination, at Anfield. Liverpool Reserves – Stockport County Reserves 5-0 (3-0). Liverpool Reserves (2-3-5): Harry Storer; John Glover, Gray John Morris; Rab Howell, John T. Hunter, Maurice Parry; Tom Soulsby, Charles Satterthwaite, Alf Ferrier, John Davies, William Otty. Stockport County Reserves (2-3-5): The […]