November 16, 1944 The Liverpool County Combination is proving a “one-horse-race” with Liverpool Reserves moving along merrily to their championship success. I cannot see Fazakerley
May 23, 1945 The last of the Services big games takes place at Anfield tomorrow evening when the Royal Navy and the NFS contest the
February 8, 1945 Team: Edwards, Kenneth Seddon, Tommy Halliwell, Richard Kirwan, Buckley, Jack Macdonald, Swift, Kevin Baron, Thompson, Les Shannon, Booth, Terry Garner. (Evening Express:
January 17, 1945 Liverpool Reserves visit Napiers at Wavertree in the Liverpool County Combination and require only one point to make sure of the championship.
January 4, 1945 Team (from): Edwards, Richard Kirwan, Tommy Halliwell, B. Williams, Buckley, Jack Macdonald, Swift, Terry Garner, Thompson, Les Shannon, R. Williams, Payne. (Evening
November 30, 1944 There will be no stopping Liverpool in their bid for the championship of the Liverpool County Combination, and they should improve their
November 7, 1944 The junior “Derby” between the Reserves of Liverpool and Everton takes place at Anfield on Saturday, when the Reds will select from:
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
February 10, 1944 One of the outstanding features of the junior soccer this season has been the remarkable consistence of Marine, Liverpool County Combination champions.
January 4, 1944 There should be plenty of excitement at Prenton Park on Saturday, when Tranmere Rovers, seeking their first qualifying point in the Football
December 2, 1943 Liverpool Reserves (from): Ernie Aindow, Sam Thorpe, Tommy Halliwell, Richard Kirwan, Jenkins, Billy Twist, Parkes, Burquist, Jack Macdonald, Terry Garner, Harry Gould,
December 7, 1942 Liverpool’s Football League Championship No. 1 hopes were dimmed on Saturday when they allowed Blackpool to take a two-points lead in their
September 24, 1942 Followers of amateur football on Merseyside will be on short rations on Saturday for many fixtures have been postponed. Liverpool Reserves have
September 17, 1942 It used to be said of Liverpool Football Club that while they could always find first-class goalkeeper, they could never discover a
September 15, 1942 For the return game with Liverpool ‘A’ the Blues will start with; Wilf Birkett, Tuthill, Curwen, Jack Humphreys, Martin McDonnell, Tommy Fairfoull,
August 28, 1942 Liverpool “A” (v. Randle, at Anfield) from: Morris, Kenneth Seddon, Richard Kirwan, Bob Arnold, George Kay, Battersby, Jack Macdonald, Willie Hall, Jack
May 25, 1942 Match: Challenge Cup, at Prenton Park, kick-off: 15:30. Tranmere Rovers “A”– Liverpool “A”. Tranmere Rovers ‘A’ (2-3-5): Bob Yeardsley, V.L. Stone, Eric
May 23, 1942 Birkenhead enthusiasts are well catered for seeing that Prenton Park stages the challenge match between the juniors of Tranmere Rovers and Liverpool.
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
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
January 1, 1942 On Saturday Liverpool “A” will entertain Liverpool University at Anfield. Liverpool “A” (from): Willis, Jack Macdonald, Kenneth Seddon, Richard Kirwan, Parry, Bob
December 18, 1941 Carlton and Liverpool remain favourites for the championship of the Liverpool County Combination, and both are engaged in viral away games on
December 11, 1941 Carlton, in their first County Combination season, are now the strongest challengers to Liverpool’s supremacy. They are only three points behind and
December 4, 1941 “Doubles” in Saturday’s County Combination games in which the highlight is the return between leaders, Liverpool and Automac, at Anfield. The Reds
September 11, 1941 It is Liverpool’s turn to face Napiers who created a surprise on Saturday by beating Everton. Napiers provide the opposition at Anfield.