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(Match 72)  23rd February 1901  (18th Home International Championship)
SCOTLAND - IRELAND  11-0  (5-0)
Referee:   Richard Thomas Gough (Wales)
Crowd:     15.000, Celtic Park, Glasgow
Goals:     1-0 J.W.Campbell (10), 2-0 J.W.Campbell (12), 3-0 Russell (20), 4-0 J.Campbell (21),
           5-0 McMahon (26), 6-0 Hamilton ("soon after the resumption"), 7-0 McMahon (70), 
           8-0 Hamilton (71), 9-0 Hamilton (84), 10-0 J.Campbell (85), 11-0 Hamilton (86)     
SCOTLAND:
George Chappell McWattie	     (1/Queen's Park) -
Nicol Smith			     (9/Rangers)
Bernard Battles			     (1/Celtic) -
David Russell 		             (5/Celtic)
George Anderson			     (1/Kilmarnock)
John Tait Robertson		     (5/Rangers) -
John William Campbell		     (4/Rangers)
John Campbell (2)		     (7/Celtic)
Robert Cumming Hamilton [c]          (5/Rangers)
Alexander McMahon		     (5/Celtic)
Alexander Smith			     (5/Rangers)

IRELAND:
William McAlpine - William Kennedy Gibson [c], Samuel Torrans - Patrick Farrell, James Connor, 
Michael Cochrane - James Edward Scott, James Smith, James Campbell, Harry O'Reilly, Robert Clarke.

Notes:  This 11-0 win was Scotland's record victory of all time.
        There is no definitive list of goal scorers for this match. Despite exhaustive 
        research of contemporary match reports from newspapers, including The Sheffield 
        Daily Telegraph, The Courier (Dundee), The Cork Examiner, The Glasgow Herald, The 
        Athletic News, The Scotsman, The Standard (London), The Belfast News-Letter and 
        Lincolnshire Echo, it is impossible to say the above list of scorers is completely 
        accurate as in places the accounts conflict with each other. However, there is also 
        consistency in some parts of these reports and using these it has been possible to 
        show the scorers and goal times to give a reasonable indication. It was not feasible 
        to give even an estimate of the time of the sixth Scottish goal scored by Hamilton. 
        The descriptions suggest it came early in the second-half. For example, The Western 
        Times (25th February 1901) states: "After change of ends....Hamilton quickly scored 
        the sixth goal." The Scottish Referee (25th February 1901) writes that it occurred
        "soon after the resumption". 
        The final result could have been 12-0 as Scotland should have scored their seventh 
        goal from the penalty awarded a few minutes after Hamilton's sixth goal, but John 
        Robertson's effort went wide.


(Match 73) 2nd March 1901 (18th Home International Championship) WALES - SCOTLAND 1-1 (0-0) Referee: Charles E.Sutcliffe (England) Crowd: 5.000, The Racecourse Ground, Wrexham Goals: 0-1 Robertson (74), 1-1 Parry (76) WALES: Leigh Richmond Roose - Samuel Meredith, Charles Richard Morris [c] - Maurice Pryce Parry, William James Jones, Edward Hughes - David Henry Pugh, John Owen Jones, Morgan Maddox Morgan-Owen, Thomas David Parry, Ephraim Williams. SCOTLAND: George Chappell McWattie (2/Queen's Park) - Nicol Smith (10/Rangers) Bernard Battles (2/Celtic) - Neil Gibson (13/Rangers) David Russell (6/Celtic) John Tait Robertson [c] (6/Rangers) - Mark Dickson Bell (1/Heart of Midlothian) Robert Staig Walker (3/Heart of Midlothian) Robert Smyth McColl (10/Queen's Park) John Campbell (2) (8/Celtic) Alexander Smith (6/Rangers) Notes: Scotland "appeared in blue-and-white hooped jerseys" as stated in The Scotsman match report.
(Match 74) 30th March 1901 (18th Home International Championship) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 2-2 (1-0) Referee: James Torrans (Ireland) Crowd: 18.520, Crystal Palace, London Goals: 1-0 Blackburn (36), 1-1 Campbell (48), 1-2 Hamilton (75), 2-2 Bloomer (80) ENGLAND: John William Sutcliffe - James Iremonger, William John Oakley - Albert Wilkes, Frank Forman, Ernest Needham - Walter Bennett, Stephen Bloomer, Gilbert Oswald Smith [c], Reginald Erskine Foster, Frederick Blackburn. SCOTLAND: Henry George Rennie (3/Hibernian) - Bernard Battles (3/Celtic) John Drummond (10/Rangers) - Andrew Aitken (1/Newcastle United) Alexander Galloway Raisbeck (2/Liverpool) John Tait Robertson [c] (7/Rangers) - Robert Staig Walker (4/Heart of Midlothian) John Campbell (2) (9/Celtic) Robert Smyth McColl (11/Queen's Park) Robert Cumming Hamilton (6/Rangers) Alexander Smith (7/Rangers) Notes: Henry Rennie saved a first-half penalty kick from Ernest Needham. The exact time is not known, but a contemporary match report in The Bradford Observer (Monday 1st April 1901) writes: "They [England] should have scored in the first quarter of an hour" and then goes on to describe the saved penalty. Scotland were runners-up. England won the home title.
(Match 75) 1st March 1902 (19th Home International Championship) IRELAND - SCOTLAND 1-5 (0-1) Referee: Frederick Bye (England) Crowd: 15.000, Grosvenor Park, Belfast Goals: 0-1 Hamilton (43), 0-2 Walker (49), 0-3 Hamilton (70), 0-4 Hamilton (74), 0-5 Buick (76), 1-5 Milne (88) IRELAND: James Valentine Joseph Nolan-Whelan - William Kennedy Gibson [c], John Stanley Pyper - John Darling, Archibald Lee Goodall, Robert George Milne - James Campbell, Thomas Morrison, Andrew Gara, Alfred Kearns, Joseph McAllen. SCOTLAND: Henry George Rennie (4/Hibernian) - Nicol Smith (11/Rangers) John Drummond (11/Rangers) - George Key (1/Heart of Midlothian) Albert Thoroughgood Buick [c] (1/Heart of Midlothian) John Tait Robertson (8/Rangers) - William McCartney (1/Hibernian) Robert Staig Walker (5/Heart of Midlothian) Robert Cumming Hamilton (7/Rangers) John Campbell (2) (10/Celtic) Alexander Smith (8/Rangers) Notes: Contemporary newspaper reports credit the fifth Scottish goal to John Campbell and the Irish goal to James Campbell, but official records indicate Buick for Scotland and Milne for Ireland. The Belfast newspaper reports consistently named Campbell as the scorer of the Irish goal. It is possible that in some reports there was confusion with two players, one on either side, with the surname Campbell. Despite exhaustive research it has proved impossible to determine the names of the two goalscorers with any degree of confidence.
(Match 76) 15th March 1902 (19th Home International Championship) SCOTLAND - WALES 5-1 (1-0) Referee: Joseph Macbride (Ireland) Crowd: 5.284, Cappielow Park, Greenock Goals: 1-0 Robertson (38), 2-0 Buick (47), 3-0 Smith (50), 4-0 Walker (55), 4-1 Morgan-Owen (nk), 5-1 Campbell (88) SCOTLAND: Henry George Rennie (5/Hibernian) - Henry Hogg Allan (1/Heart of Midlothian) John Drummond (12/Rangers) - Hugh Wilson (2) (3/3rd Lanarkshire Rifle Volunteers) Albert Thoroughgood Buick (2/Heart of Midlothian) John Tait Robertson (9/Rangers) - John Campbell (2) [c] (11/Celtic) Robert Staig Walker (6/Heart of Midlothian) Robert Cumming Hamilton (8/Rangers) Alexander McMahon (6/Celtic) Alexander Smith (9/Rangers) WALES: Leigh Richmond Roose - Horace Elford Blew, Robert Morris - Maurice Pryce Parry, John Leonard Jones [c], William James Jones - William Henry Meredith, Llewelyn Griffiths, Hugh Morgan-Owen, Richard Morris, Joseph Owens. Notes: It has proved impossible to find the time of the Welsh goal scored by Morgan-Owen. The newspaper reports suggest it came soon after Scotland's fourth goal. For example, on Monday 17th March 1902 The Belfast News-Letter says: "After this [Scotland's fourth goal] the Welshmen got an innings and Morgan-Owen capped a fine piece of individual play by beating Rennie with a straight shot."
(Match 77) 3rd May 1902 (19th Home International Championship) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 2-2 (0-2) Referee: James Torrans (Ireland) Crowd: 15.000, Villa Park, Aston (Aston became part of the city of Birmingham in 1911) Goals: 0-1 Templeton (3), 0-2 Orr (28), 1-2 Settle (65), 2-2 Wilkes (67) ENGLAND: William George - Robert Crompton, George Molyneaux - Albert Wilkes, Frank Forman, Albert Edward Houlker - William Hogg, Stephen Bloomer [c], William Edwin Beats, James Settle, John Davies Cox. SCOTLAND: Henry George Rennie (6/Hibernian) - Nicol Smith (12/Rangers) John Drummond (13/Rangers) - Andrew Aitken [c] (2/Newcastle United) Alexander Galloway Raisbeck (3/Liverpool) John Tait Robertson (10/Rangers) - Robert Bryson Templeton (1/Aston Villa) Robert Staig Walker (7/Heart of Midlothian) Robert Smyth McColl (12/Newcastle United) Ronald Orr* (1/Newcastle United) Alexander Smith (10/Rangers) Notes: This was the replayed match after the tragedy of the Ibrox disaster on 5th April 1902, during the Home International Championship match between Scotland and England (see Scotland Unofficial Matches). At a meeting of the FA Council on 19th April 1902 a resolution, proposed by the chairman, conveying sympathy to the Scottish FA was unanimously approved. It was also agreed that the first match should count as unfinished, it should be replayed on 3rd May 1902 and that the replay should count as a Full International. It was also proposed that: 1) a Relief Fund should be set up 2) the FA to grant 500 to the fund 3) all clubs to be asked to play a match on or before 3rd May in aid of the fund and 4) the replayed match should be for the benefit of the fund. This was agreed to by the Scottish FA on 22nd April 1902. Scotland won the home title for the ninth time outright - plus two shared with England.
(Match 78) 9th March 1903 (20th Home International Championship) WALES - SCOTLAND 0-1 (0-1) Referee: Frederick Thomas Kirkham (England) Crowd: 11.000, Arms Park, Cardiff Goal: 0-1 Speedie (25) WALES: Robert Owen Evans - Horace Elford Blew, Charles Richard Morris [c] - Maurice Pryce Parry, Morgan Maddox Morgan-Owen, Thomas Davies - William Henry Meredith, Walter Martin Watkins, Arthur Grenville Morris, Richard Morris, Robert W.Atherton. SCOTLAND: Henry George Rennie (7/Hibernian) - Andrew McCombie (1/Sunderland) James Watson (1/Sunderland) - Andrew Aitken (3/Newcastle United) Alexander Galloway Raisbeck [c] (4/Liverpool) John Tait Robertson (11/Rangers) - Robert Bryson Templeton (2/Newcastle United) Robert Staig Walker (8/Heart of Midlothian) John Campbell (2) (12/Celtic) Finlay Ballantyne Speedie (1/Rangers) Alexander Smith (11/Rangers)
(Match 79) 21st March 1903 (20th Home International Championship) SCOTLAND - IRELAND 0-2 (0-1) Referee: Frederick Thomas Kirkham (England) Crowd: 17.000, Celtic Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Connor (9), 0-2 Kirwan (83) SCOTLAND: Henry George Rennie (8/Hibernian) - Archibald Gray (1/Hibernian) John Drummond [c] (14/Rangers) - John Halliday Cross (1/3rd Lanarkshire Rifle Volunteers) Peter Neilson Robertson (1/Dundee) William Orr (2/Celtic) - David Lindsay (1/St.Mirren) Robert Staig Walker (9/Heart of Midlothian) William Porteous (1/Heart of Midlothian) Finlay Ballantyne Speedie (2/Rangers) Alexander Smith (12/Rangers) IRELAND: William Scott - Alexander McCartney, Peter Boyle - John Darling, Robert George Milne [c], Hugh Maginnis - John Thompson Mercer, James Sheridan, Maurice Joseph Connor, Thomas Shanks, John Kirwan. Notes: This was Ireland's first win against Scotland.
(Match 80) 4th April 1903 (20th Home International Championship) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 1-2 (1-0) Referee: William Nunnerley (Wales) Crowd: 32.000, Bramall Lane, Sheffield Goals: 1-0 Woodward (10), 1-1 Speedie (57), 1-2 Walker (59) ENGLAND: Thomas Baddeley - Robert Crompton [c], George Molyneaux - William Harrison Johnson, Thomas Edward Booth, Albert Edward Houlker - Henry Davis, Percy Humphreys, Vivian John Woodward, Arthur John Capes, John Davies Cox. SCOTLAND: John [Edward] Doig (5/Sunderland) - Andrew McCombie (2/Sunderland) James Watson (2/Sunderland) - Andrew Aitken (4/Newcastle United) Alexander Galloway Raisbeck [c] (5/Liverpool) John Tait Robertson (12/Rangers) - Robert Bryson Templeton (3/Newcastle United) Robert Staig Walker (10/Heart of Midlothian) Robert Cumming Hamilton (9/Rangers) Finlay Ballantyne Speedie (3/Rangers) Alexander Smith (13/Rangers) Notes: Scotland, England and Ireland shared the home title.
(Match 81) 12th March 1904 (21st Home International Championship) SCOTLAND - WALES 1-1 (1-0) Referee: Frederick Thomas Kirkham (England) Crowd: 12.000, Dens Park, Dundee Goals: 1-0 R.Walker (5), 1-1 Atherton (65) SCOTLAND: Alexander [Leslie] Henderson Skene (1/Queen's Park) - Thomas Alexander Jackson (1/St.Mirren) James Sharp [c] (1/Dundee) - William Orr (3/Celtic) Thomas Parker Sloan (1/Third Lanark) John Tait Robertson (13/Rangers) - John Walker (1) (4/Rangers) Robert Staig Walker (11/Heart of Midlothian) Alexander Bennett (1/Celtic) Alexander Macfarlane (1/Dundee) George Williamson Wilson (1/Heart of Midlothian) WALES: David Davies - Horace Elford Blew, Thomas Davies - George Richards, Edward Hughes, John Leonard Jones [c] - Arthur Davies, Walter Martin Watkins, Arthur William Green, Richard Morris, Robert W.Atherton. Notes: The name of 3rd Lanarkshire Rifle Volunteers FC was changed to Third Lanark AC (Athletic Club) in June 1903, when official links with the military were severed.
(Match 82) 26th March 1904 (21st Home International Championship) IRELAND - SCOTLAND 1-1 (0-1) Referee: Frederick Thomas Kirkham (England) Crowd: 1.000, Dalymount Park, Dublin Goals: 0-1 Hamilton (22), 1-1 Sheridan (70) IRELAND: William Scott - William Robert McCracken, Alexander McCartney - English McConnell, Robert George Milne [c], Hugh Maginnis - James Campbell, James Sheridan, Harry O'Reilly, Harold Alexander De Barbizon Sloan, John Kirwan. SCOTLAND: Henry George Rennie (9/Hibernian) - Thomas Alexander Jackson (2/St.Mirren) John Bell Cameron (1/St.Mirren) - George Turnbull Henderson (1/Rangers) Charles Bellany Thomson (1/Heart of Midlothian) John Tait Robertson [c] (14/Rangers) - John Walker (1) (5/Rangers) Robert Staig Walker (12/Heart of Midlothian) Robert Cumming Hamilton (10/Rangers) Hugh Wilson (2) (4/Third Lanark) Alexander Smith (14/Rangers)
(Match 83) 9th April 1904 (21st Home International Championship) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 0-1 (0-0) Referee: William Nunnerley (Wales) Crowd: 45.000, Celtic Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Bloomer (64) SCOTLAND: Peter Fisher McBride (1/Preston North End) - Thomas Alexander Jackson (3/St.Mirren) James Watson (3/Sunderland) - Andrew Aitken (5/Newcastle United) Alexander Galloway Raisbeck (6/Liverpool) John Tait Robertson [c] (15/Rangers) - Thomas Bruce Niblo (1/Aston Villa) Robert Staig Walker (13/Heart of Midlothian) Alexander Brown (1/Middlesbrough) Ronald Orr* (2/Newcastle United) Robert Bryson Templeton (4/Newcastle United) ENGLAND: Thomas Baddeley - Robert Crompton [c], Herbert Burgess - Samuel Wolstenholme, Bernard Wilkinson, Alexander Leake - John Rutherford, Stephen Bloomer, Vivian John Woodward, Stanley Schute Harris, Frederick Blackburn. Notes: Scotland and Wales were both third. England won the home title.
(Match 84) 6th March 1905 (22nd Home International Championship) WALES - SCOTLAND 3-1 (1-0) Referee: Frederick Thomas Kirkham (England) Crowd: 6.000, The Racecourse Ground, Wrexham Goals: 1-0 Watkins (30), 2-0 A.G.Morris (47), 3-0 Meredith (50), 3-1 Robertson (86) WALES: Leigh Richmond Roose - Horace Elford Blew, Charles Richard Morris [c] - George Latham, Edward Hughes, John Hughes - William Henry Meredith, Arthur Davies, Walter Martin Watkins, Arthur Grenville Morris, Alfred Oliver. SCOTLAND: Henry George Rennie (10/Hibernian) - Andrew McCombie (3/Newcastle United) Thomas Alexander Jackson [c] (4/St.Mirren) - Andrew Aitken (6/Newcastle United) Charles Bellany Thomson (2/Heart of Midlothian) John Tait Robertson (16/Rangers) - Robert Bryson Templeton (5/Woolwich Arsenal) Robert Staig Walker (14/Heart of Midlothian) Samuel Watson Kennedy (1/Partick Thistle) Thomas Tindal Fitchie (1/Woolwich Arsenal) Alexander Smith (15/Rangers)
(Match 85) 18th March 1905 (22nd Home International Championship) SCOTLAND - IRELAND 4-0 (2-0) Referee: Frederick Thomas Kirkham (England) Crowd: 35.000, Celtic Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Thomson (14) penalty, 2-0 Walker (35), 3-0 Quinn (50), 4-0 Thomson (61) penalty SCOTLAND: William Howden (1/Partick Thistle) - Donald McLeod (1/Celtic) William Forbes McIntosh (1/Third Lanark) - Neil Gibson [c] (14/Partick Thistle) Charles Bellany Thomson (3/Heart of Midlothian) James Hay (1/Celtic) - James "Napoleon" McMenemy* (1/Celtic) Robert Staig Walker (15/Heart of Midlothian) James Quinn (1/Celtic) Peter Somers (1/Celtic) George Williamson Wilson (2/Heart of Midlothian) IRELAND: William Scott - Alexander McCartney, William Robert McCracken - John Darling, James Connor, English McConnell - John Thompson Mercer, James Maxwell, Neill Murphy, Charles O'Hagan, John Kirwan [c]. Notes: James McMenemy was known as "Napoleon" (or Nap for short) partly through a resemblance to Bonaparte but more to their strong command of strategy on the battlefield and football pitch.
(Match 86) 1st April 1905 (22nd Home International Championship) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 1-0 (0-0) Referee: William Nunnerley (Wales) Crowd: 32.000, Crystal Palace, London Goal: 1-0 Bache (80) ENGLAND: James Henry Linacre - Howard Spencer [c], Herbert Smith - Herod Ruddlesdin, Charles Roberts, Alexander Leake - John Sharp, Stephen Bloomer, Vivian John Woodward, Joseph William Bache, George Arthur Bridgett. SCOTLAND: John Lyall (1/The Wednesday (Sheffield)) - Andrew McCombie (4/Newcastle United) James Watson (4/Sunderland) - Andrew Aitken (7/Newcastle United) Charles Bellany Thomson [c] (4/Heart of Midlothian) Peter McWilliam (1/Newcastle United) - Robert Staig Walker (16/Heart of Midlothian) James Howie (1/Newcastle United) Alexander Simpson Young (1/Liverpool) Peter Somers (2/Celtic) George Williamson Wilson (3/Heart of Midlothian) Notes: Scotland and Ireland were both third. England won the home title.
(Match 87) 3rd March 1906 (23rd Home International Championship) SCOTLAND - WALES 0-2 (0-0) Referee: John Lewis (England) Crowd: 25.000, Tynecastle Park, Edinburgh Goals: 0-1 W.Jones (50), 0-2 J.L.Jones (65) SCOTLAND: James Smith Raeside (1/Third Lanark) - Donald McLeod (2/Celtic) Andrew Richmond (1/Queen's Park) - Alexander McNair (1/Celtic) Charles Bellany Thomson [c] (5/Heart of Midlothian) John May (1/Rangers) - George Lindsay Stewart (1/Hibernian) Alexander Macfarlane (2/Dundee) James Quinn (2/Celtic) Thomas Tindal Fitchie (2/Woolwich Arsenal) George Williamson Wilson (4/Heart of Midlothian) WALES: Leigh Richmond Roose - Horace Elford Blew, Charles Richard Morris [c] - Edwin Hughes, Morgan Maddox Morgan-Owen, George Latham - William Jones, Richard Morris, John Love Jones, Richard Jones, Robert Ernest Evans.
(Match 88) 17th March 1906 (23rd Home International Championship) IRELAND - SCOTLAND 0-1 (0-0) Referee: Frederick Bye (England) Crowd: 8.000, Dalymount Park, Dublin Goal: 0-1 Fitchie (57) IRELAND: Frederick William McKee - George Willis, John Darling - John Wright, Robert George Milne, Joseph James Ledwidge - Andrew Hunter, Thomas Stephen Mulholland, Dr.Thomas Mayne Reid Waddell, Charles O'Hagan, John Kirwan [c]. SCOTLAND: Henry George Rennie (11/Hibernian) - Donald McLeod (3/Celtic) David Alexander Hill (1/Third Lanark) - James Young (1/Celtic) Charles Bellany Thomson (6/Heart of Midlothian) John May [c] (2/Rangers) - Gladstone Hamilton (1/Port Glasgow Athletic) Robert Staig Walker (17/Heart of Midlothian) James Quinn (3/Celtic) Thomas Tindal Fitchie (3/Woolwich Arsenal) Alexander Smith (16/Rangers)
(Match 89) 7th April 1906 (23rd Home International Championship) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 2-1 (1-0) Referee: William Nunnerley (Wales) Crowd: 102.741, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Howie (40), 2-0 Howie (55), 2-1 Shepherd (81) SCOTLAND: Peter Fisher McBride (2/Preston North End) - Donald McLeod (4/Celtic) William Peden Dunlop (1/Liverpool) - Andrew Aitken (8/Newcastle United) Alexander Galloway Raisbeck [c] (7/Liverpool) Peter McWilliam (2/Newcastle United) - George Lindsay Stewart (2/Hibernian) James Howie (2/Newcastle United) Alexander William Menzies (1/Heart of Midlothian) George Turner Livingston (1/Manchester City) Alexander Smith (17/Rangers) ENGLAND: James Ashcroft - Robert Crompton, Herbert Burgess - Benjamin Warren, Colin Campbell McKechnie Veitch, Joseph William [Henry] Makepeace - Richard Bond, Samuel Hulme Day, Albert Shepherd, Stanley Schute Harris, James Conlin. Notes: The surname of George Turner Livingston was often reported as "Livingstone" but it is recorded as "Livingston" in the legal record of his birth. Scotland and England shared the home title. New World Record attendance for a full international match.
(Match 90) 4th March 1907 (24th Home International Championship) WALES - SCOTLAND 1-0 (1-0) Referee: James Mason (England) Crowd: 7.715, The Racecourse Ground, Wrexham Goal: 1-0 A.G.Morris (50) WALES: Leigh Richmond Roose [c] - Horace Elford Blew, Charles Richard Morris - George Latham, Lloyd Davies, Ioan Haydn Price - William Henry Meredith, William Jones, Hugh Morgan-Owen, Arthur Grenville Morris, Gordon Peace Jones. SCOTLAND: Peter Fisher McBride (3/Preston North End) - Thomas Alexander Jackson (5/St.Mirren) James Sharp (2/Woolwich Arsenal) - Andrew Aitken (9/Middlesbrough) Charles Bellany Thomson [c] (7/Heart of Midlothian) Peter McWilliam (3/Newcastle United) - George Lindsay Stewart (3/Manchester City) George Turner Livingston (2/Rangers) Alexander Simpson Young (2/Everton) Thomas Tindal Fitchie (4/Queen's Park) Alexander Smith (18/Rangers)
(Match 91) 16th March 1907 (24th Home International Championship) SCOTLAND - IRELAND 3-0 (1-0) Referee: John Lewis (England) Crowd: 26.000, Celtic Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 O'Rourke (40), 2-0 Walker (48), 3-0 Thomson (82) penalty SCOTLAND: William Muir (1/Dundee) - Thomas Alexander Jackson (6/St.Mirren) William Barbour Agnew (1/Kilmarnock) - William Key (1/Queen's Park) Charles Bellany Thomson [c] (8/Heart of Midlothian) Alexander McNair (2/Celtic) - Alexander Bennett (2/Celtic) Robert Staig Walker (18/Heart of Midlothian) Francis O'Rourke (1/Airdrieonians) Peter Somers (3/Celtic) John Fraser (1/Dundee) IRELAND: William Scott - George Willis, Alexander McCartney - John Wright [c], James Connor, George McClure - John Blair, James Maxwell, Edward McGuire, Charles O'Hagan, Samuel Young.
(Match 92) 6th April 1907 (24th Home International Championship) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 1-1 (1-1) Referee: Thomas Robertson (Scotland) Crowd: 35.829, St James Park, Newcastle Goals: 0-1 Crompton (2) own goal, 1-1 Bloomer (42) ENGLAND: Sam Hardy - Robert Crompton [c], Jesse Pennington - Benjamin Warren, William John Wedlock, Colin Campbell McKechnie Veitch - John Rutherford, Stephen Bloomer, Vivian John Woodward, James Stewart, Harold Payne Hardman. SCOTLAND: Peter Fisher McBride (4/Preston North End) - Charles Bellany Thomson [c] (9/Heart of Midlothian) James Sharp (3/Woolwich Arsenal) - Andrew Aitken (10/Middlesbrough) Alexander Galloway Raisbeck (8/Liverpool) Peter McWilliam (4/Newcastle United) - George Lindsay Stewart (4/Manchester City) Robert Staig Walker (19/Heart of Midlothian) Andrew Wilson (1/The Wednesday (Sheffield)) Walter Logie White (1/Bolton Wanderers) George Williamson Wilson (5/Everton) Notes: Scotland were third. Wales won the home title.
(Match 93) 7th March 1908 (25th Home International Championship) SCOTLAND - WALES 2-1 (0-1) Referee: James Mason (England) Crowd: 18.000, Dens Park, Dundee Goals: 0-1 W.Jones (30), 1-1 Bennett (60), 2-1 Lennie (87) SCOTLAND: Henry George Rennie (12/Hibernian) - William Barbour Agnew (2/Kilmarnock) George Duncan Chaplin (1/Dundee) - Alexander McNair (3/Celtic) Charles Bellany Thomson [c] (10/Heart of Midlothian) James Hill Galt (1/Rangers) - Alexander Bennett (3/Celtic) Robert Staig Walker (20/Heart of Midlothian) James Hamilton Speirs (1/Rangers) Alexander Macfarlane (3/Dundee) William Lennie (1/Aberdeen) WALES: Leigh Richmond Roose - Horace Elford Blew [c], Charles Richard Morris - Maurice Pryce Parry, Edwin Hughes, Lloyd Davies - William Charles Davies, William Jones, William Davies, Arthur William Green, Robert Ernest Evans.
(Match 94) 14th March 1908 (25th Home International Championship) IRELAND - SCOTLAND 0-5 (0-2) Referee: James T.Ibbotson (England) Crowd: 10.000, Dalymount Park, Dublin Goals: 0-1 Quinn (3), 0-2 Galt (23), 0-3 Quinn (55), 0-4 Quinn (70), 0-5 Quinn (75) IRELAND: William Scott [c] - Alexander Craig, Alexander McCartney - Valentine Harris, James Connor, English McConnell - John Blair, Denis J.Hannon, William Andrews, Charles O'Hagan, Samuel Young. SCOTLAND: Henry George Rennie (13/Hibernian) - James Mitchell (1/Kilmarnock) William Barbour Agnew (3/Kilmarnock) - John May (3/Rangers) Charles Bellany Thomson [c] (11/Heart of Midlothian) James Hill Galt (2/Rangers) - Robert Bryson Templeton (6/Kilmarnock) Robert Staig Walker (21/Heart of Midlothian) James Quinn (4/Celtic) Robert Smyth McColl (13/Newcastle United) William Lennie (2/Aberdeen)
(Match 95) 4th April 1908 (25th Home International Championship) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 1-1 (1-0) Referee: James Mason (England) Crowd: 121.452, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Wilson (27), 1-1 Windridge (75) SCOTLAND: Peter Fisher McBride (5/Preston North End) - Alexander McNair (4/Celtic) James Sharp (4/Woolwich Arsenal) - Andrew Aitken (11/Middlesbrough) Charles Bellany Thomson [c] (12/Heart of Midlothian) John May (4/Rangers) - James Howie (3/Newcastle United) Robert Staig Walker (22/Heart of Midlothian) Andrew Wilson (2/The Wednesday (Sheffield)) Walter Logie White (2/Bolton Wanderers) James Quinn (5/Celtic) ENGLAND: Sam Hardy - Robert Crompton, Jesse Pennington - Benjamin Warren, William John Wedlock, Evelyn Henry Lintott - John Rutherford, Vivian John Woodward [c], George Richard Hilsdon, James Edwin Windridge, George Arthur Bridgett. Notes: Scotland and England shared the home title. New World Record attendance for a full international match.
(Match 96) 1st March 1909 (26th Home International Championship) WALES - SCOTLAND 3-2 (3-0) Referee: Thomas P.Campbell (England) Crowd: 6.000, The Racecourse Ground, Wrexham Goals: 1-0 Davies (23), 2-0 Jones (26), 3-0 Davies (39), 3-1 Walker (70), 3-2 Paul (73) WALES: Leigh Richmond Roose - Horace Elford Blew, Charles Richard Morris - Maurice Pryce Parry, Ernest Peake, Ioan Haydn Price - William Henry Meredith [c], George Arthur Wynn, William Davies, William Jones, Robert Ernest Evans. SCOTLAND: Peter Fisher McBride (6/Preston North End) - Thomas Collins (1/Heart of Midlothian) James Sharp (5/Fulham) - John May (5/Rangers) Charles Bellany Thomson [c] (13/Sunderland) Peter McWilliam (5/Newcastle United) - Alexander Bennett (4/Rangers) John Hunter (1/Dundee) Robert Staig Walker (23/Heart of Midlothian) Peter Somers (4/Celtic) Harold McDonald Paul (1/Queen's Park)
(Match 97) 15th March 1909 (26th Home International Championship) SCOTLAND - IRELAND 5-0 (2-0) Referee: James Mason (England) Crowd: 24.000, Ibrox Park, Govan (the autonomous burgh became part of the city of Glasgow in 1912) Goals: 1-0 McMenemy (15), 2-0 Macfarlane (20), 3-0 Thomson (48), 4-0 McMenemy (77), 5-0 Paul (84) SCOTLAND: James Brownlie (1/Third Lanark) - James Main (1/Hibernian) James Watson (5/Middlesbrough) - William Walker (1/Clyde) James Robertson Stark [c] (1/Rangers) James Hay (2/Celtic) - Alexander Bennett (5/Rangers) James "Napoleon" McMenemy* (2/Celtic) Alexander Thomson (1/Airdrieonians) Alexander Macfarlane (4/Dundee) Harold McDonald Paul (2/Queen's Park) IRELAND: William Scott - Alexander Craig, Alexander McCartney - Valentine Harris [c], English McConnell, Harold Alexander De Barbizon Sloan - Andrew Hunter, William Lacey, William Greer, Charles Graham Webb, John Kirwan.
(Match 98) 3rd April 1909 (26th Home International Championship) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 2-0 (2-0) Referee: James B.Stark (Scotland) Crowd: 23.667, Crystal Palace, London Goals: 1-0 Wall (3), 2-0 Wall (10) ENGLAND: Sam Hardy - Robert Crompton [c], Jesse Pennington - Benjamin Warren, William John Wedlock, Evelyn Henry Lintott - Frederick Beaconsfield Pentland, Harold John Fleming, Bertram Clewley Freeman, George Henry Holley, George Wall. SCOTLAND: James Brownlie (2/Third Lanark) - John Bell Cameron (2/Chelsea) James Watson (6/Middlesbrough) - Alexander McNair (5/Celtic) James Robertson Stark [c] (2/Rangers) Peter McWilliam (6/Newcastle United) - Alexander Bennett (6/Rangers) Robert Staig Walker (24/Heart of Midlothian) James Quinn (6/Celtic) George Williamson Wilson (6/Newcastle United) Harold McDonald Paul (3/Queen's Park) Notes: James Stark had a 65th minute penalty kick saved by Sam Hardy. Scotland were third. England won the home title.
(Match 99) 5th March 1910 (27th Home International Championship) SCOTLAND - WALES 1-0 (0-0) Referee: Herbert S.Bamlett (England) Crowd: 22.000, Rugby Park, Kilmarnock Goals: 1-0 Devine (86) SCOTLAND: James Brownlie (3/Third Lanark) - George Law (1/Rangers) James Mitchell (2/Kilmarnock) - Alexander McNair (6/Celtic) William Loney (1/Celtic) James Hay [c] (3/Celtic) - Alexander Bennett (7/Rangers) James "Napoleon" McMenemy* (3/Celtic) James Quinn (7/Celtic) Archibald Forbes Devine (1/Falkirk) George Clarke Robertson (1/Motherwell) WALES: Leigh Richmond Roose - Jeffrey Woodward Jones, Charles Richard Morris [c] - Edwin Hughes, Ernest Peake, Llewelyn Davies - William Henry Meredith, William Charles Davies, Evan Jones, Arthur Grenville Morris, Robert Ernest Evans.
(Match 100) 19th March 1910 (27th Home International Championship) IRELAND - SCOTLAND 1-0 (0-0) Referee: John Thomas Howcroft (England) Crowd: 17.000, Windsor Park, Belfast Goal: 1-0 Thompson (54) IRELAND: William Scott [c] - Samuel Burnison, Patrick McCann - Valentine Harris, English McConnell, John Darling - William Thomas James Renneville, William Lacey, James Murray, John Murphy, Francis William Thompson. SCOTLAND: James Brownlie (4/Third Lanark) - George Law (2/Rangers) James Mitchell (3/Kilmarnock) - William Walker (2/Clyde) William Loney (2/Celtic) James Hay [c] (4/Celtic) - George Leckie Sinclair (1/Heart of Midlothian) John Kay McTavish (1/Falkirk) James Quinn (8/Celtic) Alexander Higgins (1/Newcastle United) Robert Bryson Templeton (7/Kilmarnock) Notes: Alexander Higgins was the son of Alexander Higgins who gained one cap for Scotland in 1885.
(Match 101) 2nd April 1910 (27th Home International Championship) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 2-0 (2-0) Referee: James Mason (England) Crowd: 106.205, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 McMenemy (20), 2-0 Quinn (32) SCOTLAND: James Brownlie (5/Third Lanark) - George Law (3/Rangers) James Hay (5/Celtic) - Andrew Aitken (12/Leicester Fosse) Charles Bellany Thomson [c] (14/Sunderland) Peter McWilliam (7/Newcastle United) - Alexander Bennett (8/Rangers) James "Napoleon" McMenemy* (4/Celtic) James Quinn (9/Celtic) Alexander Higgins (2/Newcastle United) Robert Bryson Templeton (8/Kilmarnock) ENGLAND: Sam Hardy - Robert Crompton [c], Jesse Pennington - Andrew Ducat, William John Wedlock, Joseph William [Henry] Makepeace - Richard Bond, William Hibbert, John Parkinson, Harold Thomas William Hardinge, George Wall. Notes: Scotland won the home title for the tenth time outright - plus five shared.


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