Scotland - International Matches 1931-1939


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(Match 152)  21st February 1931  (British Championship)
NORTHERN IRELAND - SCOTLAND  0-0
Referee:   H.E.Hull (England)
Crowd:     27.000, Windsor Park, Belfast
NORTHERN IRELAND:
Alfred Gardiner - Joseph McNinch, Robert Patrick Fulton - William McCleery, John Jones, 
Thomas Milne Sloan - Hugh Blair, Edward Falloon, Frederick Charles Roberts, Johnny Geary, 
John Harold McCaw.

SCOTLAND:
John Thomson			     (3/Celtic) -
James Sermagour Crapnell	     (5/Airdrieonians)
Joseph Nibloe			     (5/Kilmarnock) -
Peter Wilson			     (3/Celtic)
George Walker			     (2/St Mirren)
Frank Robert Hill		     (3/Aberdeen) -
John Livingstone Murdoch	     (1/Motherwell)
Peter Scarff			     (1/Celtic)
Benjamin Collard (Benny) Yorston     (1/Aberdeen)
Robert Low McPhail		     (3/Rangers)
Alan Lauder Morton [c]	             (27/Rangers)
			

(Match 153) 28th March 1931 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 2-0 (0-0) Referee: Alfred James Atwood (Wales) Crowd: 129.810, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Stevenson (61), 2-0 McGrory (64) SCOTLAND: John Thomson (4/Celtic) - Daniel Blair (3/Clyde) Joseph Nibloe (6/Kilmarnock) - Colin Duncan McNab (2/Dundee) David Ditchburn Meiklejohn [c] (12/Rangers) John Miller (1/St Mirren) - Alexander Archibald (7/Rangers) George Stevenson (7/Motherwell) James Edward McGrory (2/Celtic) Robert Low McPhail (4/Rangers) Alan Lauder Morton (28/Rangers) ENGLAND: Henry Edward Hibbs - Frederick Roy Goodall [c], Ernest Blenkinsop - Alfred Henry Strange, Herbert Roberts, Austin Fenwick Campbell - Samuel Dickinson Crooks, Gordon Hodgson, William Ralph (Dixie) Dean, Harry Burgess, John Forsyth Crawford. Notes: Scotland and England shared the British Home Championship.
(Match 154) 16th May 1931 (Friendly match) AUSTRIA - SCOTLAND 5-0 (3-0) Referee: Paul Ruoff (Switzerland) Crowd: 40.000, Hohe Warte, Vienna Goals: 1-0 Schall (27), 2-0 Zischek (32), 3-0 Vogel (35), 4-0 Sindelar (55), 5-0 Zischek (70) AUSTRIA: (Coach: Dr.Hugo Meisl) Rudolf Hifen - Roman Schramseis, Josef Blum - Georg Braun, Josef Smistik, Karl Gall - Karl Zischek, Friedrich Geschweidl, Matthias Sindelar, Anton Schall, Adolf Vogel. SCOTLAND: John (Jakey) Jackson (1/Partick Thistle) - Daniel Blair [c] (4/Clyde) Joseph Nibloe (7/Kilmarnock) - Colin Duncan McNab (3/Dundee) James McDougall (1/Liverpool) George Walker (3/St Mirren) - Andrew Robb Love (1/Aberdeen) James Paterson (1/Cowdenbeath) James Ferrier Easson (1/Portsmouth) James Robertson (1/Dundee) Daniel Hamilton Sneddon Liddle (1/East Fife)
(Match 155) 20th May 1931 (Friendly match) ITALY - SCOTLAND 3-0 (2-0) Referee: Dr.Peco Bauwens (Germany) Crowd: 25.000, Stadio Nazionale, Rome Goals: 1-0 Costantino (6), 2-0 Meazza (42), 3-0 Orsi (87) ITALY: (Coach: Vittorio Pozzo) Gianpiero Combi - Eraldo Monzeglio, Umberto Caligaris - Attilio Ferraris IV, Fulvio Bernardini, Luigi Bertolini - Raffaele Costantino, Renato Cesarini, Giuseppe Meazza, Giovanni Ferrari, Raimondo Orsi. SCOTLAND: John (Jakey) Jackson (2/Partick Thistle) - Daniel Blair (5/Clyde) Joseph Nibloe (8/Kilmarnock) - Colin Duncan McNab (4/Dundee) James McDougall [c] (2/Liverpool) John Miller (2/St Mirren) - Andrew Robb Love (2/Aberdeen) James Paterson (2/Cowdenbeath) William Gillespie Boyd (1/Clyde) James Robertson (2/Dundee) Daniel Hamilton Sneddon Liddle (2/East Fife)
(Match 156) 24th May 1931 (Friendly match) SWITZERLAND - SCOTLAND 2-3 (1-2) Referee: Albino Carraro (Italy) Crowd: 20.000, Stade des Charmilles, Geneva Goals: 0-1 Easson (22), 0-2 Boyd (24), 1-2 Buche (30), 2-2 Fauguel (53), 2-3 Love (89) SWITZERLAND: Charles Pasche - Severino Minelli, Rudolf Ramseyer - Edmond Loichot, Otto Imhof, Gabriele Gilardoni - Edmond Kramer III, Andre Syrvet, Albert Buche, Andre (Trello) Abegglen III, Max Fauguel. SCOTLAND: John (Jakey) Jackson (3/Partick Thistle) - James Sermagour Crapnell [c] (6/Airdrieonians) Joseph Nibloe (9/Kilmarnock) - Colin Duncan McNab (5/Dundee) George Walker (4/St Mirren) John Miller (3/St Mirren) - Andrew Robb Love (3/Aberdeen) James Paterson (3/Cowdenbeath) William Gillespie Boyd (2/Clyde) James Ferrier Easson (2/Portsmouth) Daniel Hamilton Sneddon Liddle (3/East Fife)
(Match 157) 19th September 1931 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - NORTHERN IRELAND 3-1 (2-1) Referee: Isaac Caswell (England) Crowd: 40.000, Ibrox Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Stevenson (5), 1-1 Dunne (21), 2-1 McGrory (34), 3-1 McPhail (75) SCOTLAND: Robert Hepburn (1/Ayr United) - Daniel Blair (6/Clyde) Robert McAuley (1/Rangers) - Alexander Massie (1/Heart of Midlothian) David Ditchburn Meiklejohn [c] (13/Rangers) George Clark Phillips Brown (2/Rangers) - James Crawford (1/Queen's Park) George Stevenson (8/Motherwell) James Edward McGrory (3/Celtic) Robert Low McPhail (5/Rangers) James Connor (2/Sunderland) NORTHERN IRELAND: Alfred Gardiner - Joseph McNinch, Robert Hamilton - William McCleery, John Jones, William Alexander Gowdy - Hugh Blair, Richard William Morris Rowley, James Dunne, Johnny Geary, James Chambers. Notes: David Meiklejohn missed a first half penalty kick.
(Match 158) 31st October 1931 (British Championship) WALES - SCOTLAND 2-3 (1-2) Referee: Isaac Caswell (England) Crowd: 10.860, The Racecourse Ground, Wrexham Goals: 1-0 Curtis (12) penalty, 1-1 Stevenson (25), 1-2 Thomson (31), 1-3 McGrory (54), 2-3 Curtis (78) WALES: Albert Gray - Aneurin Glyndwr Richards, Arthur Albert Lumberg - Thomas Edwards, Thomas Griffiths, Edward Lawrence - Thomas Percival Griffiths, Eugene O'Callaghan, Ernest Matthew Glover, Walter William Robbins, Ernest Robert Curtis. SCOTLAND: John Diamond Harkness (9/Heart of Midlothian) - Daniel Blair (7/Clyde) Robert McAuley (2/Rangers) - Alexander Massie (2/Heart of Midlothian) David Ditchburn Meiklejohn [c] (14/Rangers) George Clark Phillips Brown (3/Rangers) - Robert Austin Thomson (1/Celtic) George Stevenson (9/Motherwell) James Edward McGrory (4/Celtic) Robert Low McPhail (6/Rangers) Alan Lauder Morton (29/Rangers)
(Match 159) 9th April 1932 (British Championship) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 3-0 (1-0) Referee: Samuel Thompson (Northern Ireland) Crowd: 92.180, Wembley Stadium, London Goals: 1-0 Waring (36), 2-0 Barclay (80), 3-0 Crooks (88) ENGLAND: Harold Frederick Pearson - George Edward Shaw, Ernest Blenkinsop [c] - Alfred Henry Strange, James Peter O'Dowd, Samuel Weaver - Samuel Dickinson Crooks, Robert Barclay, Thomas Waring, Thomas Clark Fisher Johnson, William Eric Houghton. SCOTLAND: Thomas Hamilton (1/Rangers) - James Sermagour Crapnell [c] (7/Airdrieonians) Joseph Nibloe (10/Kilmarnock) - Colin Duncan McNab (6/Dundee) Allan Craig (3/Motherwell) George Clark Phillips Brown (4/Rangers) - Alexander Archibald (8/Rangers) Dr.James Marshall (1/Rangers) Neil Hamilton Dewar (1/Third Lanark) Charles Edward Napier (1/Celtic) Alan Lauder Morton (30/Rangers)
(Match 160) 8th May 1932 (Friendly match) FRANCE - SCOTLAND 1-3 (1-3) Referee: Albino Carraro (Italy) Crowd: 8.000, Stade Olympique, Colombes Goals: 0-1 Dewar (14), 0-2 Dewar (27), 0-3 Dewar (40), 1-3 Langiller (43) penalty FRANCE: Alexis Thepot [c] - Manuel Anatol, Andre Chardar - Emile Scharwath, Joseph Kaucsar, Jean Laurent - Ernest Liberati, Joseph Alcazar, Robert Mercier, Rene Gerard, Marcel Langiller. SCOTLAND: John Diamond Harkness (10/Heart of Midlothian) - James Sermagour Crapnell (8/Airdrieonians) Joseph Nibloe (11/Kilmarnock) - Alexander Massie (3/Heart of Midlothian) Robert Gillespie [c] (3/Queen's Park) John Miller (4/St Mirren) - James Crawford (2/Queen's Park) Alexander Thomson (2/Celtic) Neil Hamilton Dewar (2/Third Lanark) Robert Low McPhail (7/Rangers) Alan Lauder Morton (31/Rangers)
(Match 161) 17th September 1932 (British Championship) NORTHERN IRELAND - SCOTLAND 0-4 (0-2) Referee: William Percy Harper (England) Crowd: 40.000, Windsor Park, Belfast Goals: 0-1 King (3), 0-2 McPhail (27), 0-3 McPhail (68), 0-4 McGrory (76) NORTHERN IRELAND: Elisha Scott - William Cook, Robert Patrick Fulton - Edward Falloon, John Jones, William Alexander Gowdy - Edward James Mitchell, Thomas James Montgomery Priestley, William Thomas Millar, Samuel English, James Kelly. SCOTLAND: Alexander (Sandy) McLaren (4/St Johnstone) - Douglas Herbert Gray (9/Rangers) James Sermagour Crapnell [c] (9/Airdrieonians) - Alexander Massie (4/Heart of Midlothian) John Ainslie Johnstone (2/Heart of Midlothian) William Telfer (1/Motherwell) - James Crawford (3/Queen's Park) George Stevenson (10/Motherwell) James Edward McGrory (5/Celtic) Robert Low McPhail (8/Rangers) James Munro King (1/Hamilton Academical)
(Match 162) 26th October 1932 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - WALES 2-5 (0-4) Referee: William Percy Harper (England) Crowd: 31.000, Tynecastle Park, Edinburgh Goals: 0-1 J.Thomson (10) own goal, 0-2 Griffiths (20), 0-3 O'Callaghan (25), 0-4 Astley (43), 0-5 O'Callaghan (46), 1-5 Dewar (63), 2-5 Duncan (66) SCOTLAND: Alexander (Sandy) McLaren (5/St Johnstone) - Douglas Herbert Gray (10/Rangers) Daniel Blair (8/Aston Villa) - Hugh Morrison Wales (1/Motherwell) John Ainslie Johnstone [c] (3/Heart of Midlothian) John Ross Thomson (1/Everton) - James Crawford (4/Queen's Park) Alexander Thomson (3/Celtic) Neil Hamilton Dewar (3/Third Lanark) Alexander Wilson James (8/Arsenal) Douglas (Dally) Duncan (1/Derby County) WALES: William Ronald John - Benjamin David Williams, Benjamin Ellis - Frederick Charles Keenor, Thomas Percival Griffiths, David Thomas Richards - Cuthbert Phillips, Eugene O'Callaghan, David John Astley, Walter William Robbins, Wilfred Leslie Lewis.
(Match 163) 1st April 1933 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 2-1 (1-1) Referee: Samuel Thompson (Northern Ireland) Crowd: 134.170, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 McGrory (5), 1-1 Hunt (30), 2-1 McGrory (80) SCOTLAND: John (Jakey) Jackson (4/Partick Thistle) - Andrew Anderson (1/Heart of Midlothian) William (Peter) McGonagle (1/Celtic) - Peter Wilson (4/Celtic) Robert Gillespie [c] (4/Queen's Park) George Clark Phillips Brown (5/Rangers) - James Crawford (5/Queen's Park) Dr.James Marshall (2/Rangers) James Edward McGrory (6/Celtic) Robert Low McPhail (9/Rangers) Douglas (Dally) Duncan (2/Derby County) ENGLAND: Henry Edward Hibbs - Thomas Cooper, Ernest Blenkinsop [c] - Alfred Henry Strange, Ernest Arthur Hart, Samuel Weaver - Joseph Harold Anthony Hulme, Ronald William Starling, George Samuel Hunt, John Pickering, John Arnold. Notes: Robert Gillespie was the last amateur player to captain Scotland. William McGonagle was nicknamed "Peter" at Primary School in honour of his father, who played for Hamilton Academical.
(Match 164) 16th September 1933 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - NORTHERN IRELAND 1-2 (0-2) Referee: Edward Wood (England) Crowd: 27.135, Celtic Park (Parkhead), Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Martin (8), 0-2 Martin (13), 1-2 McPhail (84) SCOTLAND: John Diamond Harkness (11/Heart of Midlothian) - Andrew Anderson (2/Heart of Midlothian) William (Peter) McGonagle [c] (2/Celtic) - Alexander Massie (5/Heart of Midlothian) Alexander Lowe (1/Falkirk) William Telfer (2/Motherwell) - James Murray Boyd (1/Newcastle United) Alexander Venters (1/Cowdenbeath) James Edward McGrory (7/Celtic) Robert Low McPhail (10/Rangers) James Munro King (2/Hamilton Academical) NORTHERN IRELAND: Elisha Scott - Tommy Willighan, Robert Patrick Fulton - John McMahon, John Jones, William Mitchell - Hugh Blair, Alexander Ernest Stevenson, David Kirker Martin, John Coulter, John Mahood. Notes: Peter McGonagle missed a 52nd minute penalty kick.
(Match 165) 4th October 1933 (British Championship) WALES - SCOTLAND 3-2 (2-0) Referee: Edward Wood (England) Crowd: 40.000, Ninian Park, Cardiff Goals: 1-0 Evans (25), 2-0 Robbins (35), 3-0 Astley (57), 3-1 MacFadyen (75), 3-2 Duncan (80) WALES: William Ronald John - Sidney Wilfred Lawrence, Benjamin Ellis - James Patrick Murphy, Thomas Percival Griffiths, David Thomas Richards - Cuthbert Phillips, Eugene O'Callaghan, David John Astley, Walter William Robbins, William Evans. SCOTLAND: John Diamond Harkness (12/Heart of Midlothian) - Andrew Anderson [c] (3/Heart of Midlothian) Duncan Urquhart (1/Hibernian) - Matthew Busby (1/Manchester City) John Blair (1/Motherwell) James Sime McLuckie (1/Manchester City) - Francis Reynolds McGurk (1/Birmingham City) John McMenemy (1/Motherwell) William MacFadyen (1/Motherwell) James Ferrier Easson (3/Portsmouth) Douglas (Dally) Duncan (3/Derby County) Notes: Some record books give the Scottish goalkeeper as Joe Kennaway, but this is wrong as Kennaway had a broken finger at this time. John McMenemy was the son of James McMenemy, the famous Celtic player. His brother Harry McMenemy was actually chosen to play in this match, but had to pull out through injury, and John McMenemy took his place! Harry McMenemy was never capped for Scotland.
(Match 166) 29th November 1933 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - AUSTRIA 2-2 (1-1) Referee: John Langenus (Belgium) Crowd: 62.000, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Meiklejohn (5), 1-1 Zischek (40), 2-1 MacFadyen (49), 2-2 Schall (52) SCOTLAND: James (Joe) Kennaway (1/Celtic) - Andrew Anderson (4/Heart of Midlothian) William (Peter) McGonagle (3/Celtic) - David Ditchburn Meiklejohn [c] (15/Rangers) Philip Ross Watson (1/Blackpool) George Clark Phillips Brown (6/Rangers) - Duncan Henderson Ogilvie (1/Motherwell) Robert Bruce (1/Middesbrough) William MacFadyen (2/Motherwell) Robert Low McPhail (11/Rangers) Douglas (Dally) Duncan (4/Derby County) AUSTRIA: (Coach: Dr.Hugo Meisl) Peter Platzer - Anton Janda, Karl Szestak "Sesta" - Franz Wagner, Josef Smistik, Walter Nausch - Karl Zischek, Josef Bican, Matthias Sindelar, Anton Schall, Rudolf Viertl.
(Match 167) 14th April 1934 (British Championship) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 3-0 (1-0) Referee: Samuel Thompson (Northern Ireland) Crowd: 92.363, Wembley Stadium, London Goals: 1-0 Bastin (43), 2-0 Brook (80), 3-0 Bowers (88) ENGLAND: Frank Moss - Thomas Cooper [c], Edris Albert Hapgood - Lewis Stoker, Ernest Arthur Hart, Wilfred Copping - Samuel Dickinson Crooks, Horatio Stratton Carter, John William Anslow Bowers, Clifford Sydney Bastin, Eric Frederick George Brook. SCOTLAND: John (Jakey) Jackson (5/Chelsea) - Andrew Anderson (5/Heart of Midlothian) William (Peter) McGonagle (4/Celtic) - Alexander Massie [c] (6/Heart of Midlothian) Thomas M. Smith (1/Kilmarnock) John Miller (5/St Mirren) - William Lawrence Cook (1/Bolton Wanderers) Dr.James Marshall (3/Rangers) Hugh Kilpatrick Gallacher (19/Chelsea) George Stevenson (11/Motherwell) James Connor (3/Sunderland) Notes: Jakey Jackson was called up from the Chelsea reserve team.
(Match 168) 20th October 1934 (British Championship) NORTHERN IRELAND - SCOTLAND 2-1 (0-1) Referee: Henry Norman Mee (England) Crowd: 39.752, Windsor Park, Belfast Goals: 0-1 Gallacher (40), 1-1 Martin (80), 2-1 Coulter (90) NORTHERN IRELAND: Elisha Scott - John Alexander Mackie, Robert Patrick Fulton - Walter S.McMillen, John Jones, William Mitchell - Henry Anthony Duggan, William Alexander Gowdy, David Kirker Martin, Alexander Ernest Stevenson, John Coulter. SCOTLAND: James (Jerry) Dawson (1/Rangers) - Andrew Anderson (6/Heart of Midlothian) William (Peter) McGonagle (5/Celtic) - Alexander Massie [c] (7/Heart of Midlothian) James McMillan Simpson (1/Rangers) Andrew Clark Herd (1/Heart of Midlothian) - William Lawrence Cook (2/Bolton Wanderers) George Stevenson (12/Motherwell) James Smith (1/Rangers) Patrick Gallacher (1/Sunderland) James Connor (4/Sunderland) Notes: James Simpson was the father of Ronald Simpson, who kept goal for Queen's Park, Third Lanark, Newcastle United, Celtic and Scotland between 1945-1970. Ronald Simpson was the Celtic goalkeeper when they won the European Cup in 1967. James Dawson was known as "Jerry" after the famous Burnley and England goalkeeper Jeremiah Dawson.
(Match 169) 21st November 1934 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - WALES 3-2 (1-0) Referee: Samuel Thompson (Northern Ireland) Crowd: 26.334, Pittodrie Park, Aberdeen Goals: 1-0 Duncan (23), 2-0 Napier (46), 2-1 Phillips (72), 3-1 Napier (85), 3-2 Astley (88) SCOTLAND: Allan McClory (3/Motherwell) - Andrew Anderson (7/Heart of Midlothian) William (Peter) McGonagle (6/Celtic) - Alexander Massie (8/Heart of Midlothian) James McMillan Simpson [c] (2/Rangers) George Clark Phillips Brown (7/Rangers) - William Lawrence Cook (3/Bolton Wanderers) Thomas Walker (1/Heart of Midlothian) David McCulloch (1/Heart of Midlothian) Charles Edward Napier (2/Celtic) Douglas (Dally) Duncan (5/Derby County) WALES: William Ronald John - Sidney Wilfred Lawrence, David Owen Jones - James Patrick Murphy, Harry Hanford, David Thomas Richards - Idrib Morgan Hopkins, Ronald Williams, David John Astley, Thomas James Mills, Cuthbert Phillips. Notes: Thomas Walker was awarded the OBE in 1960 for services to Football.
(Match 170) 6th April 1935 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 2-0 (1-0) Referee: Thomas Thompson (Northern Ireland) Crowd: 129.693, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Duncan (44), 2-0 Duncan (51) SCOTLAND: John (Jakey) Jackson (6/Chelsea) - Andrew Anderson (8/Heart of Midlothian) George Cummings (1/Partick Thistle) - Alexander Massie (9/Heart of Midlothian) James McMillan Simpson [c] (3/Rangers) George Clark Phillips Brown (8/Rangers) - Charles Edward Napier (3/Celtic) Thomas Walker (2/Heart of Midlothian) Hugh Kilpatrick Gallacher (20/Derby County) Robert Low McPhail (12/Rangers) Douglas (Dally) Duncan (6/Derby County) ENGLAND: Henry Edward Hibbs - George Charles Male, Edris Albert Hapgood [c] - Clifford Samuel Britton, John William Barker, Walter John Alsford - Albert Geldard, Clifford Sydney Bastin, Robert Gurney, Raymond William Westwood, Eric Frederick George Brook. Notes: Scotland and England shared the British Home Championship title.
(Match 171) 5th October 1935 (British Championship) WALES - SCOTLAND 1-1 (1-1) Referee: Isaac Caswell (England) Crowd: 35.004, Ninian Park, Cardiff Goals: 0-1 Duncan (34), 1-1 Phillips (40) WALES: William Ronald John - Sidney Wilfred Lawrence, Robert Frederick John - James Patrick Murphy, Thomas Percival Griffiths, David Thomas Richards - Cuthbert Phillips, Brynmor Jones, Ernest Matthew Glover, Leslie Jenkin Jones, Walter William Robbins. SCOTLAND: John (Jakey) Jackson (7/Chelsea) - Andrew Anderson (9/Heart of Midlothian) George Cummings (2/Partick Thistle) - Alexander Massie (10/Heart of Midlothian) James McMillan Simpson [c] (4/Rangers) George Clark Phillips Brown (9/Rangers) - James Delaney (1/Celtic) Thomas Walker (3/Heart of Midlothian) Matthew Armstrong (1/Aberdeen) William Mills (1/Aberdeen) Douglas (Dally) Duncan (7/Derby County)
(Match 172) 13th November 1935 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - NORTHERN IRELAND 2-1 (0-0) Referee: Harold (Harry) Nattrass (England) Crowd: 30.000, Tynecastle Park, Edinburgh Goals: 0-1 Kelly (49), 1-1 Walker (60), 2-1 Duncan (89) SCOTLAND: John (Jakey) Jackson (8/Chelsea) - Andrew Anderson (10/Heart of Midlothian) George Cummings (3/Partick Thistle) - Alexander Massie (11/Heart of Midlothian) James McMillan Simpson [c] (5/Rangers) Alexander Cockburn Hastings (1/Sunderland) - James Delaney (2/Celtic) Thomas Walker (4/Heart of Midlothian) Matthew Armstrong (2/Aberdeen) William Mills (2/Aberdeen) Douglas (Dally) Duncan (8/Derby County) NORTHERN IRELAND: Elisha Scott - William Cook, Robert Patrick Fulton - Keiller McCullough, John Jones, William Mitchell - Henry Anthony Duggan, Alexander Ernest Stevenson, Joseph Bambrick, Peter Doherty, James Kelly.
(Match 173) 4th April 1936 (British Championship) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 1-1 (1-0) Referee: William R.Hamilton (Northern Ireland) Crowd: 93.267, Wembley Stadium, London Goals: 1-0 Camsell (30), 1-1 Walker (77) penalty ENGLAND: Edward Sagar - George Charles Male, Edris Albert Hapgood [c] - William John Crayston, John William Barker, John Bray - Samuel Dickinson Crooks, Robert Barclay, George Henry Camsell, Clifford Sydney Bastin, Eric Frederick George Brook. SCOTLAND: James (Jerry) Dawson (2/Rangers) - Andrew Anderson (11/Heart of Midlothian) George Cummings (4/Aston Villa) - Alexander Massie (12/Aston Villa) James Mcmillan Simpson [c] (6/Rangers) George Clark Phillips Brown (10/Rangers) - John Crum (1/Celtic) Thomas Walker (5/Heart of Midlothian) David McCulloch (2/Brentford) Alexander Venters (2/Rangers) Douglas (Dally) Duncan (9/Derby County) Notes: Scotland won the British Home Championship for the 17th time.
(Match 174) 14th October 1936 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - GERMANY 2-0 (0-0) Referee: Harold (Harry) Nattrass (England) Crowd: 50.000, Ibrox Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Delaney (66), 2-0 Delaney (83) SCOTLAND: James (Jerry) Dawson (3/Rangers) - Andrew Anderson (12/Heart of Midlothian) George Cummings (5/Aston Villa) - Alexander Massie (13/Aston Villa) James McMillan Simpson [c] (7/Rangers) George Clark Phillips Brown (11/Rangers) - James Delaney (3/Celtic) Thomas Walker (6/Heart of Midlothian) Matthew Armstrong (3/Aberdeen) Robert Low McPhail (13/Rangers) Douglas (Dally) Duncan (10/Derby County) GERMANY: (Coach: Josef (Sepp) Herberger) Hans Jakob - Reinhold Munzenberg, Andreas Munkert - Paul Janes, Ludwig Goldbrunner, Albin Kitzinger - Franz Elbern, Rudi Gellesch, Otto Siffling, Adolf Urban, Fritz Szepan [c].
(Match 175) 31st October 1936 (British Championship) NORTHERN IRELAND - SCOTLAND 1-3 (1-1) Referee: Thomas J.Thompson (England) Crowd: 45.000, Windsor Park, Belfast Goals: 1-0 Kernaghan (26), 1-1 Napier (28), 1-2 Munro (46), 1-3 McCulloch (62) NORTHERN IRELAND: Thomas Breen - William Cook, Robert Patrick Fulton - Walter S.McMillen, John Jones, William Mitchell - Noel Kernaghan, Keiller McCullough, David Kirker Martin, John Coulter, James Kelly. SCOTLAND: James (Jerry) Dawson (4/Rangers) - Andrew Anderson (13/Heart of Midlothian) Robert Francis Dudgeon Ancell (1/Newcastle United) - Alexander Massie (14/Aston Villa) James McMillan Simpson [c] (8/Rangers) George Clark Phillips Brown (12/Rangers) - Alexander Dewar Munro (1/Heart of Midlothian) Thomas Walker (7/Heart of Midlothian) David McCulloch (3/Brentford) Charles Edward Napier (4/Derby County) Douglas (Dally) Duncan (11/Derby County)
(Match 176) 2nd December 1936 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - WALES 1-2 (0-1) Referee: Dr.Arthur W.Barton (England) Crowd: 23.858, Dens Park, Dundee Goals: 0-1 Glover (23), 1-1 Walker (57), 1-2 Glover (80) SCOTLAND: James (Jerry) Dawson (5/Rangers) - Andrew Anderson (14/Heart of Midlothian) Robert Francis Dudgeon Ancell (2/Newcastle United) - Alexander Massie (15/Aston Villa) James McMillan Simpson [c] (9/Rangers) George Clark Phillips Brown (13/Rangers) - Alexander Dewar Munro (2/Heart of Midlothian) Thomas Walker (8/Heart of Midlothian) David McCulloch (4/Brentford) William Mills (3/Aberdeen) Douglas (Dally) Duncan (12/Derby County) WALES: Albert Gray - Herbert Gwyn Turner, Benjamin Ellis - James Patrick Murphy, Thomas Pervical Griffiths, David Thomas Richards - Idris Morgan Hopkins, Brynmor Jones, Ernest Matthew Glover, Leslie Jenkin Jones, Seymour Morris.
(Match 177) 17th April 1937 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 3-1 (0-1) Referee: William McLean (Northern Ireland) Crowd: 149.547, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Steele (40), 1-1 O'Donnell (47), 2-1 McPhail (80), 3-1 McPhail (89) SCOTLAND: James (Jerry) Dawson (6/Rangers) - Andrew Anderson (15/Heart of Midlothian) Andrew Beattie (1/Preston North End) - Alexander Massie (16/Aston Villa) James McMillan Simpson [c] (10/Rangers) George Clark Phillips Brown (14/Rangers) - James Delaney (4/Celtic) Thomas Walker (9/Heart of Midlothian) Francis O'Donnell (1/Preston North End) Robert Low McPhail (14/Rangers) Douglas (Dally) Duncan (13/Derby County) ENGLAND: Victor Robert Woodley - George Charles Male [c], Samuel Barkas - Clifford Samuel Britton, Alfred Young, John Bray - Stanley Matthews, Horatio Stratton Carter, Frederick Charles Steele, Ronald William Starling, Joseph Alfred Johnson. Notes: This huge crowd was a new World record attendance for a full International match. It still remains as the largest ever crowd to watch an International match in Europe.
(Match 178) 9th May 1937 (Friendly match) AUSTRIA - SCOTLAND 1-1 (0-0) Referee: John Langenus (Belgium) Crowd: 63.000, Praterstadion, Vienna Goals: 1-0 Jerusalem (75), 1-1 O'Donnell (78) AUSTRIA: (Coach: Dr.Hugo Meisl) Peter Platzer - Karl Szestak "Sesta", Willibald Schmaus - Karl Adamek, Josef Pekarek, Walter Nausch - Rudolf Geiter, Josef Stroh, Matthias Sindelar, Camillo Jerusalem, Johann Pesser. SCOTLAND: James (Jerry) Dawson (7/Rangers) - Andrew Anderson (16/Heart of Midlothian) Andrew Beattie (2/Preston North End) - Alexander Massie (17/Aston Villa) James McMillan Simpson [c] (11/Rangers) Alexander McNab (1/Sunderland) - James Delaney (5/Celtic) Thomas Walker (10/Heart of Midlothian) Francis O'Donnell (2/Preston North End) Charles Edward Napier (5/Derby County) Torrance Gillick (1/Everton)
(Match 179) 15th May 1937 (Friendly match) CZECHOSLOVAKIA - SCOTLAND 1-3 (1-2) Referee: Dr.Peco Bauwens (Germany) Crowd: 35.000, Stadion Sparta-Letna, Prague Goals: 0-1 Simpson (14), 1-1 Puc (29), 1-2 McPhail (31), 1-3 Gillick (73) CZECHOSLOVAKIA: (Coach: Josef Tesar) Frantisek Planicka [c] - Jaroslav Burgr, Josef Ctyroky - Josef Kostalek, Jaroslav Boucek, Karel Kolsky - Vilem Zlatnik, Frantisek Svoboda, Jiri Sobotka, Vlastimil Kopecky, Antonin Puc. SCOTLAND: James (Jerry) Dawson (8/Rangers) - Robert Brown Hogg (1/Celtic) Andrew Beattie (3/Preston North End) - Charles Morgan Thomson (1/Sunderland) James McMillan Simpson [c] (12/Rangers) George Clark Phillips Brown (15/Rangers) - James Delaney (6/Celtic) Thomas Walker (11/Heart of Midlothian) Francis O'Donnell (3/Preston North End) Robert Low McPhail (15/Rangers) Torrance Gillick (2/Everton)
(Match 180) 30th October 1937 (British Championship) WALES - SCOTLAND 2-1 (2-0) Referee: Charles E.Argent (England) Crowd: 41.800, Ninian Park, Cardiff Goals: 1-0 B.Jones (25), 2-0 Morris (40), 2-1 Massie (72) WALES: Albert Gray - Herbert Gwyn Turner, William Marshall Hughes - James Patrick Murphy, Harry Hanford, David Thomas Richards - Cuthbert Phillips, Leslie Jenkin Jones, Edwin Parry, Brynmor Jones, Seymour Morris. SCOTLAND: James (Jerry) Dawson (9/Rangers) - Andrew Anderson (17/Heart of Midlothian) George Cummings (6/Aston Villa) - Alexander Massie (18/Aston Villa) James McMillan Simpson [c] (13/Rangers) George Clark Phillips Brown (16/Rangers) - Robert Frame Main (1/Rangers) Thomas Walker (12/Heart of Midlothian) Francis O'Donnell (4/Preston North End) Robert Low McPhail (16/Rangers) Douglas (Dally) Duncan (14/Derby County)
(Match 181) 10th November 1937 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - NORTHERN IRELAND 1-1 (0-1) Referee: Arthur James Jewell (England) Crowd: 21.878, Pittodrie Park, Aberdeen Goals: 0-1 P.Doherty (15), 1-1 Smith (48) SCOTLAND: James (Jerry) Dawson (10/Rangers) - Andrew Anderson (18/Heart of Midlothian) George Cummings (7/Aston Villa) - Duncan McKenzie (1/Brentford) James McMillan Simpson [c] (14/Rangers) Alexander Cockburn Hastings (2/Sunderland) - James Delaney (7/Celtic) Thomas Walker (13/Heart of Midlothian) James Smith (2/Rangers) Robert Low McPhail (17/Rangers) Robert Reid (1/Brentford) NORTHERN IRELAND: Thomas Breen - William Hayes, William Cook - Matthew Doherty, Walter S.McMillen, William Mitchell - John Brown, James McAlinden, David Kirker Martin, Peter Doherty, John Coulter.
(Match 182) 8th December 1937 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - CZECHOSLOVAKIA 5-0 (3-0) Referee: Thomas J.Thompson (England) Crowd: 41.000, Ibrox Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Black (1), 2-0 McCulloch (28), 3-0 Buchanan (40), 4-0 McCulloch (52), 5-0 Kinnear (74) SCOTLAND: William Waugh (1/Heart of Midlothian) - Andrew Anderson [c] (19/Heart of Midlothian) George Cummings (8/Aston Villa) - George Robertson (1/Kilmarnock) Robert Johnston (1/Sunderland) George Clark Phillips Brown (17/Rangers) - Peter Symington Buchanan (1/Chelsea) Thomas Walker (14/Heart of Midlothian) David McCulloch (5/Brentford) Andrew Black (1/Heart of Midlothian) David Kinnear (1/Rangers) CZECHOSLOVAKIA: (Coach: Josef Tesar) Frantisek Planicka [c] - Josef Kostalek, Ferdinand Daucik - Antonin Vodicka, Jaroslav Boucek, Karel Kolsky - Jan Riha, Jiri Sobotka, Josef Zeman, Oldrich Nejedly, Antonin Puc.
(Match 183) 9th April 1938 (British Championship) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 0-1 (0-1) Referee: William R.Hamilton (Northern Ireland) Crowd: 93.267, Wembley Stadium, London Goal: 0-1 Walker (6) ENGLAND: Victor Robert Woodley - Bert Sproston, Edris Albert Hapgood [c] - Charles Kenneth Willingham, Stanley Cullis, Wilfred Copping - Stanley Matthews, George William Hall, Michael Fenton, Joseph Eric Stephenson, Clifford Sydney Bastin. SCOTLAND: David Scott Cumming (1/Middlesbrough) - Andrew Anderson (20/Heart of Midlothian) Andrew Beattie (4/Preston North End) - William Shankly (1/Preston North End) Thomas M.Smith (2/Preston North End) George Clark Phillips Brown [c] (18/Rangers) - John Vance Milne (1/Middlesbrough) Thomas Walker (15/Heart of Midlothian) Francis O'Donnell (5/Preston North End) George Mutch (1/Preston North End) Robert Reid (2/Brentford)
(Match 184) 21st May 1938 (Friendly match) HOLLAND - SCOTLAND 1-3 (0-0) Referee: Charles E.Argent (England) Crowd: 50.000, Olympisch Stadion, Amsterdam Goals: 0-1 Black (52), 0-2 Murphy (57), 0-3 Walker (69), 1-3 Vente (86) HOLLAND: (Coach: Bob Glendenning) Adri van Male - Mauk Weber, Bertus Caldenhove - Bas Paauwe, Wim Anderiesen, Puck van Heel - Frank Wels, Henk van Spaandonck, Leen Vente, Franciscus Christiaan (Frans) van der Veen, Bertus de Harder. SCOTLAND: James (Jerry) Dawson (11/Rangers) - Andrew Anderson (21/Heart of Midlothian) James Carabine (1/Third Lanark) - Thomas Boyd McKillop (1/Rangers) James Dykes (1/Heart of Midlothian) George Clark Phillips Brown [c] (19/Rangers) - Alexander Dewar Munro (3/Blackpool) Thomas Walker (16/Heart of Midlothian) Francis O'Donnell (6/Blackpool) Andrew Black (2/Heart of Midlothian) Francis Murphy (1/Celtic)
(Match 185) 8th October 1938 (British Championship) NORTHERN IRELAND - SCOTLAND 0-2 (0-1) Referee: Herbert R.A.Mortimer (England) Crowd: 40.000, Windsor Park, Belfast Goals: 0-1 Delaney (34), 0-2 Walker (49) NORTHERN IRELAND: Thomas Breen - William Hayes, William Cook - Walter S.McMillen, Matthew Thomas O'Mahoney, Robert James Browne - John Brown, James McAlinden, David Kirker Martin, Alexander Ernest Stevenson, John Coulter. SCOTLAND: James (Jerry) Dawson (12/Rangers) - James Carabine [c] (2/Third Lanark) Andrew Beattie (5/Preston North End) - William Shankly (2/Preston North End) James Dykes (2/Heart of Midlothian) George Denholm Paterson (1/Celtic) - James Delaney (8/Celtic) Thomas Walker (17/Heart of Midlothian) John Crum (2/Celtic) John Divers (1/Celtic) Torrance Gillick (3/Everton)
(Match 186) 9th November 1938 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - WALES 3-2 (1-1) Referee: Thomas J.Thompson (England) Crowd: 34.810, Tynecastle Park, Edinburgh Goals: 0-1 Astley (17), 1-1 Gillick (38), 2-1 Walker (83), 3-1 Walker (84), 3-2 L.Jones (85) SCOTLAND: John Bell Brown (1/Clyde) - Andrew Anderson [c] (22/Heart of Midlothian) Andrew Beattie (6/Preston North End) - William Shankly (3/Preston North End) Robert Denholm Baxter (1/Middlesbrough) Archibald Miller (1/Heart of Midlothian) - James Delaney (9/Celtic) Thomas Walker (18/Heart of Midlothian) David McCulloch (6/Derby County) Robert Beattie (1/Preston North End) Torrance Gillick (4/Everton) WALES: William Ronald John - William John Whatley, William Marshall Hughes - Donald John Dearson, Thomas George Jones, David Thomas Richards - Idris Morgan Hopkins, Leslie Jenkin Jones, David John Astley, Brynmor Jones, Reginald Horace Cumner.
(Match 187) 7th December 1938 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - HUNGARY 3-1 (3-0) Referee: Harold (Harry) Nattrass (England) Crowd: 23.000, Ibrox Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Walker (19) penalty, 2-0 Black (26), 3-0 Gillick (29), 3-1 Sarosi (72) penalty SCOTLAND: James (Jerry) Dawson (13/Rangers) - Andrew Anderson [c] (23/Heart of Midlothian) Andrew Beattie (7/Preston North End) - William Shankly (4/Preston North End) Robert Denholm Baxter (2/Middlesbrough) James Scotland (Scot) Symon (1/Rangers) - Alexander McSpadyen (1/Partick Thistle) Thomas Walker (19/Heart of Midlothian) David McCulloch (7/Derby County) Andrew Black (3/Heart of Midlothian) Torrance Gillick (5/Everton) HUNGARY: (Coach: Dr.Karoly Dietz) Antal Szado - Lajos Koranyi, Sandor Biro - Gyula Polgar, Jozsef Turay, Janos Dudas - Pal Titkos, Laszlo Cseh II, Dr.Gyorgy Sarosi, Geza Toldi, Laszlo Gyetvai. Notes: Thomas Walker's 19th minute penalty kick equalled Andrew Wilson's record of scoring in 5 consecutive matches.
(Match 188) 15th April 1939 (British Championship) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 1-2 (1-0) Referee: William R.Hamilton (Northern Ireland) Crowd: 149.269, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Dougall (20), 1-1 Beasley (67), 1-2 Lawton (88) SCOTLAND: James (Jerry) Dawson (14/Rangers) - James Carabine (3/Third Lanark) George Cummings (9/Aston Villa) - William Shankly (5/Preston North End) Robert Denholm Baxter (3/Middlesbrough) Alexander McNab (2/West Bromwich Albion) - Alexander McSpadyen (2/Partick Thistle) Thomas Walker (20/Heart of Midlothian) James Dougall [c] (1/Preston North End) Alexander Venters (3/Rangers) John Vance Milne (2/Middlesbrough) ENGLAND: Victor Robert Woodley - William Walter Morris, Edris Albert Hapgood [c] - Charles Kenneth Willingham, Stanley Cullis, Joseph Mercer - Stanley Matthews, George William Hall, Thomas Lawton, Leonard Arthur Goulden, Albert (Pat) Beasley. Notes: Weather conditions were so bad that both teams changed their shirts at half-time, with England borrowing a set from Queen's Park! Scotland, England and Wales shared the British Home Championship title.


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