All articles about Ronald Mitchell on PlayUpLiverpool. About Ronald Mitchell: Born: 1902, Birkenhead, Lancashire, England. Passed away: Position: Right or centre half. Height: 178 cm.
Friday, August 7 – 1970 Three Cheshire League clubs from this area – Ellesmere Port, Rhyl and Marine – have given a big “Thank you”
All articles about Russel Payne on PlayUpLiverpool. About Russell Payne: Born: July 8 – 1970, in Wigan (Lancashire). Position:Right winger. Height: 178 cm (5 ‘
September 21 – 1940 Match: Liverpool County Combination, at Anfield. Liverpool “A” – Skelmersdale 5-3 (3-0). Liverpool (2-3-5): Skelmersdale (2-3-5): Joe Fisher, Harold Stephenson. The
September 14, 1940 Match: Liverpool County Combination, at Sandy Lane. Skelmersdale – Liverpool “A” 4-4 (3-3). Attendance: ‘Poor’. Skelmersdale (2-3-5): Duckworth, Pickavance, Pennington, Harry Ashurst,
May 11, 1940 Match: Liverpool County Challenge Cup, Final, at Sandy Lane. Skelmersdale – Liverpool “A” 3-1 (1-0). Referee: Mr. J. Foster; linesmen: Messrs. A.E.
May 9, 1940 Liverpool Reserves side to meet Skelmersdale in the final of the Liverpool Challenge Cup, at Skelmersdale, on Saturday, will be chosen from:
August 8, 1938 Now for the week-ends fairy tale; and it happens to be true. It’s about Jimmy Hanley, coloured Liverpool lad. Jimmy used to
August 1, 1927 Southport prospects are brighter than ever. The infusion of new talent is greater than ever before, and both attack and defence will
August 28, 1926 Ronald Mitchell, Nelson’s new left half, secured from Hull City, has given evidence in the trial games of his cleverness and adaptability.
July 5, 1922 Liverpool’s huge building scheme There was another quick-despatched annual general meeting locally last night, when Liverpool, under the guidance of the business-like
July 10, 1922 Ground improvements are proceeding apace at Anfield. Approaches have been cemented, and “Spion Kop” has been terraced off. The centre of the
Monday, July 16 – 1917 After Lieutenant George Latham, George Wynn. You will remember this young boy helping Liverpool last season on occasions. He was
April 30, 1902 Match: Liverpool Senior Cup, Final, at Goodison Park. Liverpool – Skelmersdale 1-0 (0-0) aet. Liverpool (2-3-5): T. Hobin, John Glover, Don McCallum,
September 8, 1894 Match: Liverpool and District League, at Skelmersdale. Skelmersdale United – Liverpool Reserves 5-1 (4-0). Skelmersdale United (2-3-5): Liverpool Reserves (2-3-5): The goals:
August 18, 1893 The Lancashire Football Association met at the Saddle Hotel, Bolton, with a fair number of representatives appearing. Mr Woolfalls, of Blackburn, occupying
August 20, 1892 The South Shore football team commenced practising on Saturday last, when a good number of players put in an appearance. South Shore