Scotland - International Matches 1911-1920


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Details 1901-1910
Details 1921-1930

(Match 102)  6th March 1911  (British Championship)
WALES - SCOTLAND  2-2  (1-1)
Referee:   James Mason (England)
Crowd:     14.000, Ninian Park, Cardiff
Goals:     1-0 A.G.Morris (20), 1-1 Hamilton (35), 2-1 A.G.Morris (67), 2-2 Hamilton (89)
WALES:
Leigh Richmond Roose - Charles Richard Morris [c], Thomas John Hewitt - Edwin Hughes, Lloyd
Davies, Llewelyn Davies - William Henry Meredith, Evan Jones, William Davies, Arthur Grenville
Morris, Edward Thomas Vizard.

SCOTLAND:
James Brownlie			     (6/Third Lanark) -
Donald Cameron Colman		     (1/Aberdeen)
John Walker			     (1/Swindon Town) -
Thomas Somerville Tait		     (1/Sunderland)
Wilfrid Lawson Low		     (1/Newcastle United)
Peter McWilliam [c]     	     (8/Newcastle United) -
Alexander Bennett		     (9/Rangers)
James McMenemy			     (5/Celtic)
William Reid			     (1/Rangers)
Alexander MacFarlane		     (5/Dundee)
Robert Cumming Hamilton	             (11/Dundee)
			

(Match 103) 18th March 1911 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - IRELAND 2-0 (1-0) Referee: Herbert S. Bamlett (England) Crowd: 32.000, Celtic Park (Parkhead), Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Reid (23), 2-0 McMenemy (53) SCOTLAND: James Brownlie (7/Third Lanark) - Donald Cameron Colman (2/Aberdeen) John Walker (2/Swindon Town) - Andrew Aitken [c] (13/Leicester Fosse) Charles Bellany Thomson (15/Sunderland) James Hay (6/Celtic) - Angus Douglas (1/Chelsea) James McMenemy (6/Celtic) William Reid (2/Rangers) Alexander Higgins (3/Newcastle United) Alexander Smith (19/Rangers) IRELAND: William Scott [c] - Samuel Burnison, Patrick McCann - Valentine Harris, James Connor, Henry Hampton - William Lacey, Denis J.Hannon, John McDonnell, Charles Graham Webb, Thomas Walker.
(Match 104) 1st April 1911 (British Championship) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 1-1 (1-0) Referee: William Nunnerley (Wales) Crowd: 38.000, Goodison Park, Liverpool Goals: 1-0 Stewart (20), 1-1 Higgins (88) ENGLAND: Reginald Garnet Williamson - Robert Crompton [c], Jesse Pennington - Benjamin Warren, William John Wedlock, Kenneth Reginald Gunnery Hunt - John Simpson, James Stewart, George William Webb, Joseph William Bache, Robert Ernest Evans. SCOTLAND: James Lawrence (1/Newcastle United) - Donald Cameron Colman (3/Aberdeen) John Walker (3/Swindon Town) - Andrew Aitken (14/Leicester Fosse) Wilfrid Lawson Low (2/Newcastle United) James Hay [c] (7/Celtic) - Alexander Bennett (10/Rangers) James McMenemy (7/Celtic) William Reid (3/Rangers) Alexander Higgins (4/Newcastle United) Alexander Smith (20/Rangers)
(Match 105) 2nd March 1912 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - WALES 1-0 (0-0) Referee: James Mason (England) Crowd: 32.000, Tynecastle Park, Edinburgh Goal: 1-0 Quinn (87) SCOTLAND: James Brownlie (8/Third Lanark) - Alexander McNair (7/Celtic) John Walker (4/Swindon Town) - Robert Mercer (1/Heart of Midlothian) Charles Bellany Thomson [c] (16/Sunderland) James Hay (8/Celtic) - George William Lloyd Sinclair (2/Heart of Midlothian) James McMenemy (8/Celtic) James Quinn (10/Celtic) Robert Walker (25/Heart of Midlothian) George Robertson (2/Sheffield Wednesday) WALES: Robert Owen Evans - Llewelyn Davies [c], Lloyd Davies - Joseph Thomas Jones, Edwin Hughes, Moses Richard Russell - William Henry Meredith, George Arthur Wynn, Evan Jones, James William Williams, Edward Thomas Vizard. Notes: Robert Walker became the FIRST player to reach 25 caps for Scotland.
(Match 106) 16th March 1912 (British Championship) IRELAND - SCOTLAND 1-4 (1-2) Referee: Herbert S.Bamlett (England) Crowd: 12.000, Windsor Park, Belfast Goals: 0-1 Aitkenhead (8), 0-2 Aitkenhead (23), 1-2 McKnight (42) penalty, 1-3 Reid (60), 1-4 R.Walker (70) IRELAND: James Hanna - George Willis, Alexander Craig - John Darling, Patrick O'Connell, Joseph Moran - John Houston, James McKnight, James Lowry McAuley, Joseph Enright, Samuel Young. SCOTLAND: James Brownlie (9/Third Lanark) - Alexander McNair [c] (8/Celtic) John Walker (5/Swindon Town) - James Eadie Gordon (1/Rangers) Wilfrid Lawson Low (3/Newcastle United) Alexander Bell (1/Manchester United) - George William Lloyd Sinclair (3/Heart of Midlothian) Robert Walker (26/Heart of Midlothian) William Reid (4/Rangers) Walter Campbell Allison Aitkenhead (1/Blackburn Rovers) Robert Bryson Templeton (9/Kilmarnock) Notes: The Irish player McAuley was also known as Macauley or McCauley.
(Match 107) 23rd March 1912 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 1-1 (1-1) Referee: James Mason (England) Crowd: 127.307, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Wilson (7), 1-1 Holley (13) SCOTLAND: James Brownlie (10/Third Lanark) - Alexander McNair [c] (9/Celtic) John Walker (6/Swindon Town) - James Eadie Gordon (2/Rangers) Charles Bellany Thomson (17/Sunderland) James Hay (9/Newcastle United) - Robert Bryson Templeton (10/Kilmarnock) Robert Walker (27/Heart of Midlothian) David Prophet McLean (1/Sheffield Wednesday) Andrew Wilson (3/Sheffield Wednesday) James Quinn (11/Celtic) ENGLAND: Reginald Garnet Williamson - Robert Crompton [c], Jesse Pennington - John Thomas Brittleton, William John Wedlock, Joseph William Henry Makepeace - John Simpson, Frank Jefferis, Bertram Clewley Freeman, George Henry Holley, George Wall. Notes: New World record attendance for a full International match. Scotland and England shared the British Home Championship title.
(Match 108) 3rd March 1913 (British Championship) WALES - SCOTLAND 0-0 Referee: Isaac Baker (England) Crowd: 8.000, The Racecourse Ground, Wrexham WALES: William Ellis Bailiff - Thomas John Hewitt, Llewelyn Davies [c] - Edwin Hughes, Lloyd Davies, William Jones - William Henry Meredith, George Arthur Wynn, Walter Otto Davis, James Roberts, Edward Thomas Vizard. SCOTLAND: James Brownlie (11/Third Lanark) - Robert Abbie Orrock (1/Falkirk) John Walker (7/Swindon Town) - James Eadie Gordon (3/Rangers) Charles Bellany Thomson [c] (18/Sunderland) James Campbell (1/Sheffield Wednesday) - Andrew McAtee (1/Celtic) Robert Walker (28/Heart of Midlothian) William Reid (5/Rangers) Andrew Wilson (4/Sheffield Wednesday) Robert Bryson Templeton (11/Kilmarnock)
(Match 109) 15th March 1913 (British Championship) IRELAND - SCOTLAND 1-2 (1-2) Referee: Arthur Adams (England) Crowd: 12.000, Dalymount Park, Dublin Goals: 0-1 Reid (16), 0-2 Bennett (32), 1-2 McKnight (42) IRELAND: William Scott - William George McConnell, Peter Warren - William Andrews, Valentine Harris [c], Henry Hampton - John Houston, James McKnight, William Gillespie, James Lowry McAuley, Francis William Thompson. SCOTLAND: James Brownlie (12/Third Lanark) - Donald Cameron Colman [c] (4/Aberdeen) John Walker (8/Swindon Town) - Robert Mercer (2/Heart of Midlothian) Thomas Logan (1/Falkirk) Peter Nellies (1/Heart of Midlothian) - Alexander Bennett (11/Rangers) James Eadie Gordon (4/Rangers) William Reid (6/Rangers) James Anderson Croal (1/Falkirk) George Robertson (3/Sheffield Wednesday)
(Match 110) 5th April 1913 (British Championship) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 1-0 (1-0) Referee: Alexander A. Jackson (Scotland) Crowd: 52.500, Stamford Bridge, London Goal: 1-0 Hampton (37) ENGLAND: Samuel Hardy - Robert Crompton [c], Jesse Pennington - John Thomas Brittleton, Joseph McCall, William Watson - John Simpson, Harold John Fleming, Joseph Harold Hampton, George Henry Holley, Joseph Charles Hodkinson. SCOTLAND: James Brownlie (13/Third Lanark) - Alexander McNair (10/Celtic) John Walker (9/Swindon Town) - James Eadie Gordon (5/Rangers) Charles Bellany Thomson [c] (19/Sunderland) David Wilson (1/Oldham Athletic) - Joseph Donnachie (1/Oldham Athletic) Robert Walker (29/Heart of Midlothian) William Reid (7/Rangers) Andrew Wilson (5/Sheffield Wednesday) George Robertson (4/Sheffield Wednesday) Notes: David Wilson was the younger brother of Andrew Wilson.
(Match 111) 28th February 1914 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - WALES 0-0 Referee: Harold H. Taylor (England) Crowd: 10.000, Celtic Park (Parkhead), Glasgow SCOTLAND: James Brownlie (14/Third Lanark) - Thomas Kelso (1/Dundee) Joseph Dodds (1/Celtic) - Peter Nellies [c] (2/Heart of Midlothian) Peter Pursell (1/Queen's Park) Harry A. Anderson (1/Raith Rovers) - Alexander Pollock Donaldson (1/Bolton Wanderers) James McMenemy (9/Celtic) James Greig Reid (1/Airdrieonians) James Anderson Croal (2/Falkirk) John Browning (1/Celtic) WALES: Edward John Peers - Thomas John Hewitt, William Jennings - Thomas James Matthias, Lloyd Davies [c] Joseph Thomas Jones - William Henry Meredith, George Arthur Wynn, Walter Otto Davis, William Jones, John Hugh Evans.
(Match 112) 14th March 1914 (British Championship) IRELAND - SCOTLAND 1-1 (0-0) Referee: Herbert S. Bamlett (England) Crowd: 31.000, Windsor Park, Belfast Goals: 0-1 Donnachie (70), 1-1 Young (89) IRELAND: Frederick W.McKee - William George McConnell, Alexander Craig - Valentine Harris, Patrick O'Connell [c], Michael Hamill - John Houston, Robert Nixon, Samuel Young, William Lacey, Francis William Thompson. SCOTLAND: James Brownlie (15/Third Lanark) - Joseph Dodds (2/Celtic) Alexander McNair [c] (11/Celtic) - James Eadie Gordon (6/Rangers) Charles Bellany Thomson (20/Sunderland) James Hay (10/Newcastle United) - Alexander Pollock Donaldson (2/Bolton Wanderers) James McMenemy (10/Celtic) William Reid (8/Rangers) Andrew Wilson (6/Sheffield Wednesday) Joseph Donnachie (2/Oldham Athletic)
(Match 113) 4th April 1914 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 3-1 (1-1) Referee: Herbert S. Bamlett (England) Crowd: 105.000, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Thomson (2), 1-1 Fleming (15), 2-1 McMenemy (50), 3-1 Reid (67) SCOTLAND: James Brownlie (16/Third Lanark) - Alexander McNair (12/Celtic) Joseph Dodds (3/Celtic) - James Eadie Gordon [c] (7/Rangers) Charles Bellany Thomson (21/Sunderland) James Hay (11/Newcastle United) - Alexander Pollock Donaldson (3/Bolton Wanderers) James McMenemy (11/Celtic) William Reid (9/Rangers) James Anderson Croal (3/Falkirk) Joseph Donnachie (3/Oldham Athletic) ENGLAND: Samuel Hardy - Robert Crompton [c], Jesse Pennington - Albert Sturgess, Joseph McCall, Robert McNeal - Frederick Ingram Walden, Harold John Fleming, Joseph Harold Hampton, Joseph Smith, Edwin Mosscrop.
(Match 114) 26th February 1920 (British Championship) WALES - SCOTLAND 1-1 (1-0) Referee: James Mason (England) Crowd: 16.000, Ninian Park, Cardiff Goals: 1-0 Evans (5), 1-1 Cairns (78) WALES: Edward John Peers - Harold Millership, Moses Richard Russell - Thomas James Matthias, Joseph Thomas Jones [c], William Jennings - William Henry Meredith, Ivor Jones, Stanley Charles Davies, Richard William Richards, John Hugh Evans. SCOTLAND: Kenneth Campbell (1/Liverpool) - Alexander McNair (13/Celtic) David Thomson (1/Dundee) - James Eadie Gordon (8/Rangers) William Cringan [c] (1/Celtic) James McMullan (1/Partick Thistle) - James Greig Reid (2/Airdrieonians) John Anderson Crosbie (1/Ayr United) Andrew Nesbit Wilson (1/Dunfermline Athletic) Thomas Cairns (1/Rangers) Alan Lauder Morton (1/Queen's Park)
(Match 115) 13th March 1920 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - IRELAND 3-0 (2-0) Referee: James Mason (England) Crowd: 39.757, Celtic Park (Parkhead), Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Wilson (8), 2-0 Morton (42), 3-0 Cunningham (55) SCOTLAND: Kenneth Campbell (2/Liverpool) - Alexander McNair [c] (14/Celtic) James Blair (1/Sheffield Wednesday) - James Bowie (1/Rangers) Wilfrid Lawson Low (4/Newcastle United) James Eadie Gordon (9/Rangers) - Alexander Pollock Donaldson (4/Bolton Wanderers) James McMenemy (12/Celtic) Andrew Nesbit Wilson (2/Dunfermline Athletic) Andrew Cunningham (1/Rangers) Alan Lauder Morton (2/Queen's Park) IRELAND: Elisha Scott - Robert Manderson, David Rollo - Michael Hamill, William Lacey, William Emerson [c] - Patrick Robinson, Patrick Gallagher, Edward Alphonsus Brooks, William Gillespie, James McCandless.
(Match 116) 10th April 1920 (British Championship) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 5-4 (2-4) Referee: Thomas Dougray (Scotland) Crowd: 35.000, Hillsborough, Sheffield Goals: 1-0 Cock (9), 1-1 Miller (13), 2-1 Quantrill (15), 2-2 Wilson (21), 2-3 Donaldson (31), 2-4 Miller (40), 3-4 Kelly (57), 4-4 Morris (67), 5-4 Kelly (73) ENGLAND: Samuel Hardy - Ephraim Longworth, Jesse Pennington [c] - Andrew Ducat, Joseph McCall, Arthur Grimsdell - Charles William Wallace, Robert F.Kelly, John Gilbert Cock, Frederick Morris, Alfred Edward Quantrill. SCOTLAND: Kenneth Campbell (3/Liverpool) - Alexander McNair [c] (15/Celtic) James Blair (2/Sheffield Wednesday) - James Bowie (2/Rangers) Wilfrid Lawson Low (5/Newcastle United) James Eadie Gordon (10/Rangers) - Alexander Pollock Donaldson (5/Bolton Wanderers) Thomas Miller (1/Liverpool) Andrew Nesbit Wilson (3/Dunfermline Athletic) John Paterson (1/Leicester City) Alexander Troup (1/Dundee)


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Details 1921-1930

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