Match No. 212 - Saturday, 23rd October 1937

  • Alex Stevenson, 88'
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    • 1
    • Tommy BreenThomas Breen.
      Born 27th Apr 1912, Drogheda.
    • 2
    • Bill HayesWilliam Edward Hayes.
      Born 7th Nov 1915, Cork.
    • 3
    • Billy CookWilliam Cook.
      Born 20th Jan 1909, Coleraine.
    • 4
    • Billy MitchellWilliam Mitchell.
      Born 22nd Nov 1910, Lurgan.
    • 5
    • Jack JonesJohn Jones.
      Born 3rd Apr 1907, Lurgan.
    • 6
    • Bobby BrowneRobert James Browne.
      Born 9th Feb 1912, Londonderry.
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    • Norman KernaghanNorman Kernaghan.
      Born 29th Jul 1917, Belfast.
    • 8
    • Alex StevensonAlexander Ernest Stevenson.
      Born 9th Aug 1912, Dublin.
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    • Davy MartinDavid Kirker Martin.
      Born 1st Feb 1914, Belfast.
      Known as Boy.
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    • Peter DohertyPeter Dermot Doherty.
      Born 5th Jun 1913, Magherafelt.
    • 11
    • Owen MaddenOwen Madden.
      Born 5th Dec 1916, Cork.
    • 1
    • Vic WoodleyChelsea, 5th of 19 caps
      27 years, 7 months, 25 days
    • 3
    • Sam BarkasMan City, 3rd of 5 caps
      27 years, 9 months, 25 days
      (c)1st captaincy
    • 5
    • Stan CullisWolves, 1st of 12 caps
      20 years, 11 month, 29 days
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    • Wilf CoppingArsenal, 14th of 20 caps
      30 years, 2 months, 6 days
    • 8
    • Willie HallSpurs, 2nd of 10 caps
      25 years, 7 months, 11 day
    • 9
    • George MillsChelsea, 1st of 3 caps
      28 years, 9 months, 25 days
    • 10
    • Len GouldenWest Ham, 3rd of 14 caps
      25 years, 3 months, 7 days
    • 11
    • Eric BrookMan City, 17th of 18 caps
      29 years, 10 months, 26 days

Notes

  • Shirt NumbersThe first time during the Home Championship that both teams wore numbers on their shirts.
  • Hat-Trick: George Mills1st hat-trick (31st overall). 45 minutes between first and third goals.
  • Player MilestoneStan Cullis' 1st Cap
  • Player MilestoneAlbert Geldard's Last Cap
  • Player MilestoneGeorge Mills' 1st Cap
  • Goal MilestoneGeorge Mills' 1st Goal
  • Goal MilestoneWillie Hall's 1st Goal
  • Goal MilestoneEric Brook's 10th Goal

Sources

  • Derry Journal "Ireland Disappoint - Smashing Belfast Victory for England", Monday 25th October 1937, page 2.
  • nifootball.blogspot.com

Managers

Referee

  • Scotland Willie E Webb

Attendance

  • 36,000

Half Time Score

ELO Ratings

  • No change in rank, gaining 18 ranking points to 1964 points England - 4th
  • Ireland - 29th