Scotland - International Matches 1891-1900


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(Match 42)  21st March 1891  (British Championship)
WALES - SCOTLAND  3-4  (2-1)
Referee:   Charles Crump (England)
Crowd:     4.000, The Racecourse Ground, Wrexham
Goals:     0-1 Logan (5), 1-1 Bowdler (12), 2-1 Owen (45), 2-2 Buchanan (50), 2-3 Boyd (60),
           3-3 Turner (n/a), 3-4 Boyd (80)
WALES:
James Trainer - Seth Powell, David Jones - Arthur Lea, Humphrey Jones [c], Charles Frederick
Parry - Joseph Davies, William Owen, William Haighton Turner, John Charles Henry Bowdler,
William Lewis.

SCOTLAND:
John McCorkindale		     (1/Partick Thistle) -
Archibald Ritchie		     (1/East Stirlingshire)
John Hepburn			     (1/Alloa Athletic) -
Matthew McQueen			     (2/Leith Athletic)
Andrew Brown			     (2/St Mirren)
Thomas Robertson [c]     	     (3/Queen's Park) -
William Gulliland		     (1/Queen's Park)
Robert Buchanan			     (1/Abercorn)
James Logan			     (1/Ayr)
Robert Boyd			     (2/Mossend Swifts)
Alexander Lowson Keillor             (1/Montrose)
			

(Match 43) 28th March 1891 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - IRELAND 2-1 (1-0) Referee: William H. Stacey (England) Crowd: 8.000, Celtic Park (Parkhead), Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Low (6), 2-0 Waddell (60), 2-1 Crawford (70) SCOTLAND: George Gillespie [c] (7/Queen's Park) - Donald Currie Sillars (1/Queen's Park) William Paul (1/Dykebar) - Thomas Hamilton (1/Hurlford) James W. Cleland (1/Royal Albert) James Campbell (1/Kilmarnock) - James Low (1/Cambuslang) Robert Clements (1/Leith Athletic) William Bowie (1/Linthouse) Thomas Smith Waddell (1/Queen's Park) James Fraser (1/Moffat) IRELAND: Joseph Loyal - William Gordon, George Forbes - Alexander Crawford [c], John Reynolds, Richard Moore - William Dalton, George Gaffikin, Olphert Martin Stanfield, David Brisby, Samuel Torrans.
(Match 44) 4th April 1891 (British Championship) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 2-1 (2-0) Referee: William J. Morrow (Ireland) Crowd: 31.000, Ewood Park, Blackburn Goals: 1-0 Goodall (20), 2-0 Chadwick (30), 2-1 Watt (85) ENGLAND: William Robert Moon [c] - Robert Henry Howarth, Robert Holmes - Albert Smith, John Holt, Alfred Shelton - William Isaiah Bassett, John Goodall, Frederick Geary, Edgar Wallace Chadwick, Alfred Weatherell Milward. SCOTLAND: James Wilson (4/Vale of Leven) - Walter Arnott [c] (12/Queen's Park) Robert Smellie (4/Queen's Park) - Isaac Begbie (2/Heart of Midlothian) John McPherson (1/Heart of Midlothian) John Hill (1/Heart of Midlothian) - Gilbert Rankin (2/Vale of Leven) Francis Watt (4/Kilbirnie) William Sellar (6/Queen's Park) William Hall Berry (4/Queen's Park) David Baird (2/Heart of Midlothian)
(Match 45) 19th March 1892 (British Championship) IRELAND - SCOTLAND 2-3 (1-2) Referee: John Taylor (Wales) Crowd: 10.500, Solitude Ground, Belfast Goals: 0-1 Keillor (17), 0-2 Lambie (28), 1-2 Williamson (42), 1-3 Ellis (70), 2-3 Gaffikin (86) IRELAND: John Clugston - William Gordon [c], Robert Kennedy Stewart - Nathaniel McKeown, Samuel Spencer, William Cunningham - William Dalton, George Gaffikin, James Williamson, Olphert Martin Stanfield, Samuel Torrans. SCOTLAND: Andrew Baird (1/Queen's Park) - George Alexander Bowman (1/Montrose) John Drummond (1/Falkirk) - Robert W. Marshall (1/Rangers) Thomas Robertson [c] (4/Queen's Park) Peter Dowds (1/Celtic) - William Gulliland (2/Queen's Park) David Murray McPherson (1/Kilmarnock) James Ellis (1/Mossend Swifts) William Allan Lambie (1/Queen's Park) Alexander Lowson Keillor (2/Montrose)
(Match 46) 26th March 1892 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - WALES 6-1 (4-0) Referee: John Reid (Ireland) Crowd: 600, Tynecastle Park, Edinburgh Goals: 1-0 Thomson (1), 2-0 Hamilton (8), 3-0 McPherson (15), 4-0 McPherson (44), 5-0 Baird (55), 6-0 Hamilton (65), 6-1 B.Lewis (87) SCOTLAND: Robert Downie (1/Third Lanark) - James Adams (2/Heart of Midlothian) James Orr (1/Kilmarnock) - Isaac Begbie (3/Heart of Midlothian) James Campbell (2/Kilmarnock) John Hill [c] (2/Heart of Midlothian) - John Daniel Taylor (1/Dumbarton) William Thomson (1/Dumbarton) James Hamilton (1/Queen's Park) John McPherson (5/Rangers) David Baird (3/Heart of Midlothian) WALES: James Trainer [c] - Smart Arridge, Seth Powell - William Hughes, Caesar August Llewelyn Jenkyns, Robert Roberts - Job Wilding, William Owen, William Lewis, Thomas William Egan, Benjamin Lewis.
(Match 47) 2nd April 1892 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 1-4 (0-4) Referee: Dr.John Smith (Scotland) Crowd: 20.000, Ibrox Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Chadwick (1), 0-2 Goodall (20), 0-3 Southworth (25), 0-4 Goodall (26), 1-4 Bell (80) SCOTLAND: John McLeod (4/Dumbarton) - Daniel Doyle (1/Celtic) Walter Arnott (13/Queen's Park) - James Kelly (4/Celtic) William Sellar [c] (7/Queen's Park) David Mitchell (2/Rangers) - Donald Currie Sillars (2/Queen's Park) William Taylor (1/Heart of Midlothian) Thomas Smith Waddell (2/Queen's Park) Alexander McMahon (1/Celtic) John Bell (2/Dumbarton) ENGLAND: George Toone - Arthur Tempest Blakiston Dunn [c], Robert Holmes - John Reynolds, John Holt, Alfred Shelton - William Isaiah Bassett, John Goodall, John Southworth, Edgar Wallace Chadwick, Dennis Hodgetts. Notes: The Referee John Smith was the ex-Scotland International player.
(Match 48) 18th March 1893 (British Championship) WALES - SCOTLAND 0-8 (0-5) Referee: William H. Stacey (England) Crowd: 4.500, The Racecourse Ground, Wrexham Goals: 0-1 Madden (4), 0-2 Madden (20), 0-3 Barker (25), 0-4 Barker (30), 0-5 Barker (40), 0-6 Madden (47), 0-7 Lambie (65), 0-8 Madden (89) WALES: Samuel Jones - Oliver David Shepston Taylor, Frederick William Jones - George Williams, Edwin Hugh Williams, Edward Morris - William Owen [c], James Vaughan, John Butler, Benjamin Lewis, Harold Ernest Bowdler. SCOTLAND: John McLeod (5/Dumbarton) - Daniel Doyle (2/Celtic) Robert Foyers (1/St Bernard's) - Donald Currie Sillars [c] (3/Queen's Park) Andrew McCreadie (1/Rangers) David Stewart (1/Queen's Park) - John Daniel Taylor (2/Dumbarton) William Thomson (2/Dumbarton) John Madden (1/Celtic) John Bell Barker (1/Rangers) William Allan Lambie (2/Queen's Park)
(Match 49) 25th March 1893 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - IRELAND 6-1 (4-1) Referee: John Taylor (Wales) Crowd: 12.000, Celtic Park (Parkhead), Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Sellar (10), 2-0 S.Torrans (20) own goal, 3-0 Sellar (27), 4-0 McMahon (28), 4-1 Gaffikin (44), 5-1 Kelly (60), 6-1 Hamilton (70) SCOTLAND: John Lindsay (2/Renton) - James Adams (3/Heart of Midlothian) Robert Smellie (5/Queen's Park) - William Maley (1/Celtic) James Kelly [c] (5/Celtic) David Mitchell (3/Rangers) - William Sellar (8/Queen's Park) Thomas Smith Waddell (3/Queen's Park) James Hamilton (2/Queen's Park) Alexander McMahon (2/Celtic) John Campbell (1/Celtic) IRELAND: John Clugston - William Gordon, Robert Torrans - Nathaniel McKeown, Samuel Johnston II, Samuel Torrans - James Mark Small [c], George Gaffikin, James Williamson, Captain Sir James McElmunn Wilton, John Peden.
(Match 50) 1st April 1893 (British Championship) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 5-2 (1-1) Referee: John Charles Clegg (England) Crowd: 16.000, Richmond Athletic Ground, London Goals: 1-0 Gosling (15), 1-1 Sellar (20), 1-2 Sellar (47), 2-2 Cotterill (65), 3-2 Spiksley (75), 4-2 Spiksley (80), 5-2 Reynolds (86) ENGLAND: Leslie Hewitt Gay - Alban Hugh Harrison, Robert Holmes - John Reynolds, John Holt, George Kinsey - William Isaiah Bassett, Robert Cunliffe Gosling, George Hugh Cotterill [c], Edgar Wallace Chadwick, Frederick Spiksley. SCOTLAND: John Lindsay (3/Renton) - Walter Arnott (14/Queen's Park) Robert Smellie (6/Queen's Park) - William Maley (2/Celtic) James Kelly [c] (6/Celtic) David Mitchell (4/Rangers) - William Sellar (9/Queen's Park) Thomas Smith Waddell (4/Queen's Park) James Hamilton (3/Queen's Park) Alexander McMahon (3/Celtic) John Campbell (2/Celtic)
(Match 51) 24th March 1894 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - WALES 5-2 (2-2) Referee: Joseph McBride (Ireland) Crowd: 10.000, Rugby Park, Kilmarnock Goals: 0-1 Morris (15), 0-2 Morris (40), 1-2 Berry (40), 2-2 Barker (44), 3-2 Chambers (70), 4-2 Alexander (75), 5-2 Johnstone (85) SCOTLAND: Andrew Baird (2/Queen's Park) - David Crawford (1/St Mirren) Robert Foyers (2/St Bernard's) - Edward McBain (1/St Mirren) James Kelly [c] (7/Celtic) John Johnstone (1/Kilmarnock) - Andrew Stewart (1/Third Lanark) Thomas Chambers (1/Heart of Midlothian) David Alexander (1/East Stirlingshire) Davidson Berry (1/Queen's Park) John Bell Barker (2/Rangers) WALES: Samuel Gladstone Gillam - Oliver David Shepston Taylor [c], Abel Hughes - George Williams, Thomas Chapman, Thomas Worthington - Hugh Morris, Benjamin Lewis, William Lewis, John Charles Rea, Edwin James.
(Match 52) 31st March 1894 (British Championship) IRELAND - SCOTLAND 1-2 (0-2) Referee: Edward Phennah (Wales) Crowd: 6.000, Solitude Ground, Belfast Goals: 0-1 Torrans (25) own goal, 0-2 Taylor (28), 1-2 Stanfield (65) IRELAND: Thomas Scott - Robert Kennedy Stewart, Samuel Torrans [c] - Nathaniel McKeown, John Burnett, Robert George Milne - William Dalton, George Gaffikin, Olphert Martin Stanfield, William Kennedy Gibson, James Humphrey Barron. SCOTLAND: Francis Barrett (1/Dundee) - David Crawford (2/St Mirren) John Drummond (2/Rangers) - Robert W. Marshall [c] (2/Rangers) William Longair (1/Dundee) David Stewart (2/Queen's Park) - John Daniel Taylor (3/Dumbarton) James Blessington (1/Celtic) David Alexander (2/East Stirling) Robert Scott (1/Airdrieonians) Alexander Lowson Keillor (3/Dundee)
(Match 53) 7th April 1894 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 2-2 (1-1) Referee: John Reid (Ireland) Crowd: 45.017, Celtic Park (Parkhead), Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Lambie (7), 1-1 Goodall (35), 2-1 McMahon (75), 2-2 Reynolds (85) SCOTLAND: David Haddow (1/Rangers) - Donald Currie Sillars (4/Queen's Park) Daniel Doyle [c] (3/Celtic) - Isaac Begbie (4/Heart of Midlothian) Andrew McCreadie (2/Rangers) David Mitchell (5/Rangers) - William Gulliland (3/Queen's Park) James Blessington (2/Celtic) Alexander McMahon (4/Celtic) John McPherson (6/Rangers) William Allan Lambie (3/Queen's Park) ENGLAND: Leslie Hewitt Gay - Thomas Clare, Frederick Raymond Pelly - John Reynolds, John Holt, Ernest Needham - William Isaiah Bassett, John Goodall [c], Gilbert Oswald Smith, Edgar Wallace Chadwick, Frederick Spiksley. Notes: New World record attendance for a full International match. Scotland won the British Home Championship title for the 5th time outright - plus two shared with England.
(Match 54) 23rd March 1895 (British Championship) WALES - SCOTLAND 2-2 (1-2) Referee: William H. Jope (England) Crowd: 4.000, The Racecourse Ground, Wrexham Goals: 1-0 W.Lewis (10), 1-1 Madden (30), 1-2 Divers (39), 2-2 Chapman (60) WALES: Samuel Jones - Robert Arthur Lloyd, Charles Frederick Parry [c] - George Williams, Thomas Chapman, John Leonard Jones - Joseph Davies, Benjamin Lewis, Harry Trainer, William Lewis, John Charles Rea. SCOTLAND: Francis Barrett (2/Dundee) - Donald Currie Sillars [c] (5/Queen's Park) Robert Glen (1/Renton) - James Simpson (1/Third Lanark) William McColl (1/Renton) Alexander Lowson Keillor (4/Dundee) - John H. Fyfe (1/Third Lanark) John Murray (1/Renton) John Madden (2/Celtic) William Sawers (1/Dundee) John Divers (1/Celtic)
(Match 55) 30th March 1895 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - IRELAND 3-1 (1-1) Referee: Thomas B.Mitchell (England) Crowd: 15.000, Celtic Park (Parkhead), Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Lambie (1), 1-1 Sherrard (35), 2-1 Walker (60), 3-1 Walker (70) SCOTLAND: Daniel McArthur (1/Celtic) - John Drummond [c] (3/Rangers) Daniel Doyle (4/Celtic) - James Simpson (2/Third Lanark) David Kennedy Russell (1/Heart of Midlothian) Neil Gibson (1/Rangers) - John Daniel Taylor (4/St Mirren) Thomas Smith Waddell (5/Queen's Park) John McPherson (7/Rangers) John Walker (1/Heart of Midlothian) William Allan Lambie (4/Queen's Park) IRELAND: Thomas Scott - John Ponsonby, Lewis Irwin Scott - Hymie McKee, Thomas Erskine Alexander, Thomas McClatchey - Thomas Morrison, William Sherrard, Olphert Martin Stanfield [c], William Kennedy Gibson, James Humphrey Barron.
(Match 56) 6th April 1895 (British Championship) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 3-0 (3-0) Referee: John Reid (Ireland) Crowd: 42.500, Goodison Park, Liverpool Goals: 1-0 Bloomer (30), 2-0 Gibson (35) own goal, 3-0 Smith (44) ENGLAND: John William Sutcliffe - Lewis Vaughan Lodge, James William Crabtree - John Reynolds, John Holt, Ernest Needham - William Isaiah Bassett, Stephen Bloomer, John Goodall [c], Robert Cunliffe Gosling, Stephen Smith. SCOTLAND: Daniel McArthur (2/Celtic) - John Drummond (4/Rangers) Daniel Doyle (5/Celtic) - David Kennedy Russell (2/Heart of Midlothian) James Simpson (3/Third Lanark) Neil Gibson (2/Rangers) - William Allan Lambie (5/Queen's Park) John McPherson (8/Rangers) James Oswald [c] (2/St Bernard's) Thomas Smith Waddell (6/Queen's Park) William Gulliland (4/Queen's Park)
(Match 57) 21st March 1896 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - WALES 4-0 (2-0) Referee: Joseph McBride (Ireland) Crowd: 11.700, Carolina Port, Dundee Goals: 1-0 Neil (19), 2-0 Keillor (30), 3-0 Paton (59), 4-0 Neil (71) SCOTLAND: Robert McFarlane (1/Greenock Morton) - Duncan McLean (1/St Bernard's) Robert Glen (2/Renton) - John Gillespie [c] (1/Queen's Park) Robert G. Neil (1/Hibernian) William Blair (1/Third Lanark) - William Thomson (1/Dundee) Daniel John Ferguson Paton (1/St Bernard's) Robert Smyth McColl (1/Queen's Park) Alexander King (1/Heart of Midlothian) Alexander Lowson Keillor (5/Dundee) WALES: James Trainer [c] - Charles Frederick Parry, John Samuel Matthias - Joseph P.Rogers, Caesar August Llewelyn Jenkyns, John Leonard Jones - David Henry Pugh, John Garner, Arthur Grenville Morris, John Charles Rea, William Lewis. Notes: Robert Smyth McColl started the Newsagent chain R.S.McColl in 1910, and it still exists to this day.
(Match 58) 28th March 1896 (British Championship) IRELAND - SCOTLAND 3-3 (3-2) Referee: James Cooper (England) Crowd: 8.000, Solitude Ground, Belfast Goals: 0-1 McColl (7), 1-1 Barron (20), 1-2 McColl (25), 2-2 Barron (32), 3-2 Milne (43) penalty, 3-3 Murray (78) IRELAND: Thomas Scott - John Ponsonby, Samuel Torrans - Hugh Gordon [c], Robert George Milne, James Christopher Fitzpatrick - Gideon Baird, James Denis Francis Morrogh, Olphert Martin Stanfield, James Humphrey Barron, John Peden. SCOTLAND: Kenneth Anderson (1/Queen's Park) - Peter Meechan (1/Celtic) John Drummond (5/Rangers) - Neil Gibson (3/Rangers) James Kelly [c] (8/Celtic) George Hogg (1/Heart of Midlothian) - Patrick Murray (1/Hibernian) James Blessington (3/Celtic) Robert Smyth McColl (2/Queen's Park) John Cameron (1/Queen's Park) William Allan Lambie (6/Queen's Park) Notes: The Irish player James Denis Francis Morrogh was generally known as Denis Joseph Morrogh.
(Match 59) 4th April 1896 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 2-1 (2-0) Referee: Humphrey Percy Jones (Wales) Crowd: 56.500, Celtic Park (Parkhead), Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Lambie (22), 2-0 Bell (33), 2-1 Bassett (80) SCOTLAND: John Edward Doig (3/Sunderland) - John Drummond [c] (6/Rangers) Thomas Brandon (1/Blackburn Rovers) - George Hogg (2/Heart of Midlothian) James Cowan (1/Aston Villa) Neil Gibson (4/Rangers) - Alexander King (2/Heart of Midlothian) William Allan Lambie (7/Queen's Park) Thomas Hyslop (1/Stoke) James Blessington (4/Celtic) John Bell (3/Everton) ENGLAND: George Barkeley Raikes - Lewis Vaughan Lodge, William John Oakley - Arthur George Henfrey, Thomas Henry Crawshaw, James William Crabtree - William Isaiah Bassett, John Goodall, Gilbert Oswald Smith [c], Harry Wood, Cuthbert James Burnup. Notes: New World record attendance for a full International match. Scotland won the British Home Championship title for the 6th time outright - plus two shared with England.
(Match 60) 20th March 1897 (British Championship) WALES - SCOTLAND 2-2 (1-1) Referee: Thomas Armitt (England) Crowd: 5.000, The Racecourse Ground, Wrexham Goals: 0-1 Ritchie (11) penalty, 1-1 Morgan-Owen (40), 1-2 Walker (60), 2-2 Pugh (75) WALES: James Trainer [c] - William Roberts Jones, John Samuel Matthias - Sydney Darvell, John Mates, John Leonard Jones - William Henry Meredith, David Henry Pugh, Morgan Maddox Morgan-Owen, John Charles Rea, William Lewis. SCOTLAND: John Patrick (1/St Mirren) - John L. Ritchie [c] (1/Queen's Park) David Richmond Gardner (1/Third Lanark) - Bernard Breslin (1/Hibernian) David Kennedy Russell (3/Celtic) Alexander Lowson Keillor (6/Dundee) - John Kennedy (1/Hibernian) Patrick Murray (2/Hibernian) James Oswald (3/Rangers) James McMillan (1/St Bernard's) John Walker (2/Heart of Midlothian)
(Match 61) 27th March 1897 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - IRELAND 5-1 (4-0) Referee: James Cooper (Wales) Crowd: 15.000, Ibrox Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 McPherson (10), 2-0 Gibson (20), 3-0 McColl (30), 4-0 King (40), 4-1 James Pyper (62), 5-1 McPherson (60) SCOTLAND: Matthew Dickie (1/Rangers) - Duncan McLean (2/St Bernard's) John Drummond [c] (7/Rangers) - Neil Gibson (5/Rangers) William Urquhart Baird (1/St Bernard's) David Stewart (3/Queen's Park) - Thomas Pollock Low (1/Queen's Park) John McPherson (9/Queen's Park) Robert Smyth McColl (3/Queen's Park) Alexander King (3/Celtic) William Allan Lambie (8/Queen's Park) IRELAND: James Thompson - John Ponsonby, Samuel Torrans - John Stanley Pyper, Robert George Milne, George McMaster [c] - James Campbell, Olphert Martin Stanfield, James Pyper, John Darling, John Peden.
(Match 62) 3rd April 1897 (British Championship) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 1-2 (1-1) Referee: Richard Thomas Gough (Wales) Crowd: 35.000, Crystal Palace, London Goals: 1-0 Bloomer (19), 1-1 Hyslop (27), 1-2 Millar (83) ENGLAND: John William Robinson - Howard Spencer, William John Oakley - John Reynolds, Thomas Henry Crawshaw, Ernest Needham - William Charles Athersmith, Stephen Bloomer, Gilbert Oswald Smith [c], Edgar Wallace Chadwick, Alfred Weatherell Milward. SCOTLAND: John Patrick (2/St Mirren) - Nicol Smith (1/Rangers) Daniel Doyle (6/Celtic) - Neil Gibson (6/Rangers) James Cowan (2/Aston Villa) Hugh Wilson (2/Sunderland) - John Bell (4/Everton) James Millar (1/Rangers) George Horsburgh Allan (1/Liverpool) Thomas Hyslop (2/Rangers) William Allan Lambie [c] (9/Queen's Park) Notes: Scotland won the British Home Championship title for the 7th time outright - plus two shared with England.
(Match 63) 19th March 1898 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - WALES 5-2 (4-1) Referee: William H. Stacey (England) Crowd: 3.500, Fir Park, Motherwell Goals: 1-0 Gillespie (12), 2-0 Gillespie (20), 3-0 McKie (29), 4-0 McKie (40), 4-1 Thomas (44), 5-1 Gillespie (61), 5-2 Morgan-Owen (89) SCOTLAND: William Watson (1/Falkirk) - Nicol Smith (2/Rangers) Matthew McLintock Scott [c] (1/Airdrieonians) - William Thomson (3/Dumbarton) Alexander John Christie (1/Queen's Park) Peter Campbell (1/Greenock Morton) - James Gillespie (1/Third Lanark) James Millar (2/Rangers) James McKie (1/East Stirlingshire) Hugh Morgan (1/St Mirren) Robert Findlay (1/Kilmarnock) WALES: James Trainer [c] - Charles Frederick Parry, David Jones - Richard Jones, Caesar August Llewelyn Jenkyns, John Leonard Jones - Edwin James, Thomas John Thomas, Morgan Maddox Morgan-Owen, Arthur Grenville Morris, Alfred Ernest Watkins.
(Match 64) 26th March 1898 (British Championship) IRELAND - SCOTLAND 0-3 (0-2) Referee: John Lewis (England) Crowd: 5.000, Solitude Ground, Belfast Goals: 0-1 Robertson (30), 0-2 McColl (42), 0-3 Stewart (70) IRELAND: Thomas Scott - William Kennedy Gibson, Samuel Torrans - William Anderson, Robert George Milne, Michael Cochrane [c] - James Campbell, John Thompson Mercer, James Pyper, James McCashin, John Peden. SCOTLAND: Kenneth Anderson (2/Queen's Park) - Robert Robinson Kelso [c] (7/Dundee) Daniel Doyle (7/Celtic) - William Thomson (4/Dumbarton) David Kennedy Russell (4/Celtic) Alexander King (4/Celtic) - William Graham Stewart (1/Queen's Park) John Campbell (3/Celtic) Robert Smyth McColl (4/Queen's Park) John Walker (3/Heart of Midlothian) Thomas Robertson (1/Heart of Midlothian)
(Match 65) 2nd April 1898 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 1-3 (0-2) Referee: Thomas Robertson (Scotland) Crowd: 40.000, Celtic Park (Parkhead), Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Wheldon (3), 0-2 Bloomer (23), 1-2 Millar (48), 1-3 Bloomer (72) SCOTLAND: Kenneth Anderson (3/Queen's Park) - John Drummond (8/Rangers) Daniel Doyle (8/Celtic) - Neil Gibson (7/Rangers) James Cowan [c] (3/Aston Villa) John Tait Robertson (1/Everton) - John Bell (5/Everton) John Campbell (4/Celtic) William Sturrock Maxwell (1/Stoke) James Millar (3/Rangers) Alexander Smith (1/Rangers) ENGLAND: John William Robinson - William John Oakley, William Williams - Frank Forman, Charles Wreford-Brown, Ernest Needham - William Charles Athersmith, Stephen Bloomer, Gilbert Oswald Smith [c], George Frederick Wheldon, Frederick Spiksley.
(Match 66) 18th March 1899 (British Championship) WALES - SCOTLAND 0-6 (0-1) Referee: Charles E. Sutcliffe (England) Crowd: 12.000, The Racecourse Ground, Wrexham Goals: 0-1 Campbell (22), 0-2 McColl (50), 0-3 Campbell (55), 0-4 Marshall (70), 0-5 McColl (75), 0-6 McColl (85) WALES: James Trainer - John Samuel Matthias, Horace Elford Blew - George Richards, John Leonard Jones [c], Edward Hughes - Frederick Charles Kelly, Trevor Owen, Morgan Maddox Morgan-Owen, Ralph Stanley Jones, Arthur Grenville Morris. SCOTLAND: Daniel McArthur (3/Celtic) - Nicol Smith [c] (3/Rangers) David Storrier (1/Celtic) - Neil Gibson (8/Rangers) Henry James Hall Marshall (1/Celtic) Alexander King (5/Celtic) - John Campbell (1/Rangers) Robert Cumming Hamilton (1/Rangers) Robert Smyth McColl (5/Queen's Park) John Bell (6/Celtic) Davidson Berry (2/Queen's Park)
(Match 67) 25th March 1899 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - IRELAND 9-1 (5-0) Referee: Charles E. Sutcliffe (England) Crowd: 12.000, Celtic Park (Parkhead), Glasgow Goals: 1-0 McColl (5), 2-0 Christie (10), 3-0 Hamilton (20), 4-0 McColl (25), 5-0 Bell (35), 6-0 McColl (47), 6-1 Goodall (54), 7-1 Hamilton (65), 8-1 Campbell (70), 9-1 Campbell (80) SCOTLAND: Matthew Dickie (2/Rangers) - Nicol Smith (4/Rangers) David Storrier [c] (2/Celtic) - Neil Gibson (9/Rangers) Alexander John Christie (2/Queen's Park) Alexander King (6/Celtic) - John Campbell (2/Rangers) Robert Cumming Hamilton (2/Rangers) Robert Smyth McColl (6/Queen's Park) Davidson Berry (3/Queen's Park) John Bell (7/Celtic) IRELAND: James Lewis [c] - Samuel Swan, Thomas Agnew Foreman - William Anderson, Archibald Lee Goodall, John McShane - Dr.George Faber Sheehan, James Meldon, James Pyper, James McCashin, Joseph McAllen.
(Match 68) 8th April 1899 (British Championship) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 2-1 (2-0) Referee: James Torrans (Ireland) Crowd: 25.590, Villa Park, Birmingham Goals: 1-0 Smith (25), 2-0 Settle (40), 2-1 Hamilton (52) ENGLAND: John William Robinson - Henry Thickett, James William Crabtree - Raby Howell, Frank Forman, Ernest Needham - William Charles Athersmith, Stephen Bloomer, Gilbert Oswald Smith [c], James Settle, Frederick Ralph Forman. SCOTLAND: John Edward Doig (4/Sunderland) - Nicol Smith [c] (5/Rangers) David Storrier (3/Celtic) - Neil Gibson (10/Rangers) Alexander John Christie (3/Queen's Park) John Tait Robertson (2/Southampton) - John Campbell (3/Rangers) Robert Cumming Hamilton (3/Rangers) Robert Smyth McColl (7/Queen's Park) Hugh Morgan (2/Liverpool) John Bell (8/Celtic)
(Match 69) 3rd February 1900 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - WALES 5-2 (4-1) Referee: Charles E. Sutcliffe (England) Crowd: 12.500, Pittodrie Park, Aberdeen Goals: 1-0 Bell (2), 2-0 Wilson (7), 3-0 Wilson (35), 4-0 Hamilton (37), 4-1 Parry (45), 4-2 Butler (60), 5-2 A.Smith (61) SCOTLAND: Matthew Dickie (3/Rangers) - Nicol Smith (6/Rangers) David Crawford (3/Rangers) - James Hay Irons (1/Queen's Park) Robert G. Neil (2/Rangers) John Tait Robertson (3/Rangers) - John Bell (9/Celtic) David Wilson (1/Queen's Park) Robert Smyth McColl (8/Queen's Park) Robert Cumming Hamilton [c] (4/Rangers) Alexander Smith (2/Rangers) WALES: Frederick John Griffiths - Charles Edward Thomas, Charles Richard Morris - Samuel Meredith, John Leonard Jones [c], William Clare Harrison - David Henry Pugh, William Thomas Butler, Richard Jones, Thomas David Parry, Alfred Ernest Watkins.
(Match 70) 3rd March 1900 (British Championship) IRELAND - SCOTLAND 0-3 (0-2) Referee: Charles E. Sutcliffe (England) Crowd: 6.000, Solitude Ground, Belfast Goals: 0-1 Campbell (8), 0-2 A.Smith (23), 0-3 Campbell (83) IRELAND: James Lewis - John Pyper, Michael Cochrane - John McShane [c], John Barry, Hugh Maginnis - James Campbell, John Darling, Patrick McAuley, Joseph McAllen, Alfred Kearns. SCOTLAND: Henry George Rennie (1/Heart of Midlothian) - Nicol Smith (7/Rangers) Robert Glen (3/Hibernian) - Neil Gibson (11/Rangers) Henry James Hall Marshall [c] (2/Celtic) William Orr (1/Celtic) - William Graham Stewart (2/Queen's Park) Robert Walker (1/Heart of Midlothian) John Campbell (5/Celtic) Patrick Callaghan (1/Hibernian) Alexander Smith (3/Rangers)
(Match 71) 7th April 1900 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 4-1 (4-1) Referee: James Torrans (Ireland) Crowd: 63.000, Celtic Park (Parkhead), Glasgow Goals: 1-0 McColl (1), 2-0 Bell (6), 3-0 McColl (25), 3-1 Bloomer (35), 4-1 McColl (44) SCOTLAND: Henry George Rennie (2/Heart of Midlothian) - Nicol Smith (8/Rangers) John Drummond (9/Rangers) - Neil Gibson (12/Rangers) Alexander Galloway Raisbeck (1/Liverpool) John Tait Robertson [c] (4/Rangers) - John Bell (10/Celtic) Robert Walker (2/Heart of Midlothian) Robert Smyth McColl (9/Queen's Park) John Campbell (6/Celtic) Alexander Smith (4/Rangers) ENGLAND: John William Robinson - William John Oakley, James William Crabtree - William Harrison Johnson, Arthur Chadwick, Ernest Needham - William Charles Athersmith, Stephen Bloomer, Gilbert Oswald Smith [c], Geoffrey Plumpton Wilson, John Plant. Notes: Scotland wore Lord Rosebery's racing colours of pink and primrose. New World record attendance for an official International match. Scotland won the British Home Championship title for the 8th time outright - plus two shared with England.


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