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Kilmarnock 5 Admira Wien 0, 7th April 1954

Posted: Thu Mar 06, 2014 10:30 pm
by Steve Bell
Does anyone have the Kilmarnock line-up from this friendly match?

Thanks.

Re: Kilmarnock 5 Admira Wien 0, 7th April 1954

Posted: Fri Mar 07, 2014 4:14 pm
by Gorgiewave
An awful lot of SFAQs on this site are Kilmarnock-related.

Fishy.

Re: Kilmarnock 5 Admira Wien 0, 7th April 1954

Posted: Sat Mar 08, 2014 1:09 am
by Alan Brown
Looks like Steve is working on the match details of friendlies involving Scottish clubs.
How far do your records go back? I am always on the lookout for any Third Lanark
friendly matches I may have missed.

Alan

Re: Kilmarnock 5 Admira Wien 0, 7th April 1954

Posted: Sat Mar 08, 2014 12:26 pm
by Scottish
From Richard Cairns:

Bowie, Collins, Rollo, Russell, Hill, Middlemass, Mays, Beattie, Toner, Henaughan, Murray

Re: Kilmarnock 5 Admira Wien 0, 7th April 1954

Posted: Sat Mar 08, 2014 3:32 pm
by Steve Bell
From Richard Cairns:

Bowie, Collins, Rollo, Russell, Hill, Middlemass, Mays, Beattie, Toner, Henaughan, Murray
Thanks.

According to the Glasgow Herald and The Bulletin, the Kilmarnock goals were scored by Henaughan, Curlett, Jack (2) and Mays.
Curlett and Jack are not listed.

Re: Kilmarnock 5 Admira Wien 0, 7th April 1954

Posted: Sat Mar 08, 2014 8:18 pm
by Scottish
Steve Bell wrote:
According to the Glasgow Herald and The Bulletin, the Kilmarnock goals were scored by Henaughan, Curlett, Jack (2) and Mays.
Curlett and Jack are not listed.
Steve,
Richard has written back: Killie played Admira Wien in two successive seasons at Rugby Park, on 7/4/54 and 9/11/55. I wrongly gave the 54/55 lineup. The 53/54 line-up was Brown, Collins, McLachlan, Russell, Thyne, Middlemass, Mays, Harvey, Jack, Curlett, Henaughan.

That should clear things up.

Re: Kilmarnock 5 Admira Wien 0, 7th April 1954

Posted: Sun Mar 09, 2014 8:08 am
by Steve Bell
Looks like Steve is working on the match details of friendlies involving Scottish clubs.
How far do your records go back? I am always on the lookout for any Third Lanark
friendly matches I may have missed.
Alan,

Here is a list of Third Lanark friendly matches that I have noted. At present I am looking only at the period from 1920 to 1990, and I have not included any friendlies played overseas (apart from in Ireland). I don't pretend that the list is comprehensive and if you can add any matches that would be most welcome.

Thursday, 24th April 1924 Linfield 2 TL 4
Tuesday, 28th April 1936 Inverness Thistle 0 TL 3
Wednesday, 29th April 1936 Elgin City 1 TL 0
Wednesday, 30th September 1936 Leeds United 3 TL 1
Wednesday, 28th April 1937 Newcastle United 1 TL 3
Monday, 20th September 1937 TL 0 Leeds United 4 (Testimonial)
Saturday, 6th March 1948 Alloa Athletic 5 TL 4
Sunday, 18th April 1948 Leinster League XI 2 TL 3 (at Dalymount Park, Dublin)
Saturday, 30th April 1949 Everton 2 TL 2
Monday, 8th May 1950 Brora Rangers 1 TL 4
Wednesday, 10th May 1950 Ross County 2 TL 2
Thursday, 11th May 1950 Nairn County 4 TL 3
Saturday, 7th April 1951 Stirling Albion 4 TL 2
Monday, 16th April 1951 Notts County 2 TL 4
Wednesday, 18th April 1951 Doncaster Rovers 2 TL 2
Monday, 14th May 1951 TL 1 Reading 2
Thursday, 17th May 1951 Bedley and Mount Ellen Junior Select 2 TL 2 (at Meadow Park, Glenboig)
Wednesday, 23rd April 1952 Sunderland 6 TL 0
Monday, 16th March 1953 Carlisle United 1 TL 0
Monday, 13th April 1953 Portsmouth 1 TL 1
Tuesday, 14th April 1953 Plymouth Argyle 2 TL 2
Monday, 10th August 1953 Rangers 2 TL 0 (at Ardchoille Park, Stevenston)
Saturday, 10th October 1953 Airdrieonians 5 TL 1
Monday, 22nd February 1954 Accrington Stanley 1 TL 0
Tuesday, 23rd February 1954 Rochdale 3 TL 1
Monday, 18th October 1954 Crystal Palace 0 TL 1
Monday, 21st March 1955 Accrington Stanley 1 TL 3
Monday, 4th April 1955 Watford 2 TL 1
Tuesday, 5th April 1955 Peterborough United 1 TL 1
Monday, 3rd October 1955 Bradford City 1 TL 2
Monday, 28th October 1957 Coventry City 2 TL 2
Monday, 30th November 1959 TL 3 Blackpool 2
Wednesday, 10th February 1960 TL 2 Ipswich Town 2
Saturday, 12th March 1960 Morton 1 TL 1
Friday, 13th May 1960 Glentoran 0 TL 0 (Testimonial)
Monday, 16th May 1960 Portadown 1 TL 2
Wednesday, 8th February 1961 TL v Scotland Amateurs (Match Postponed)
Friday, 14th April 1961 Chester 2 TL 0
Monday, 17th April 1961 Chelmsford City 3 TL 0
Tuesday, 7th November 1961 TL 1 Rouen 2 (Friendship Cup)
Wednesday, 9th May 1962 Rouen 2 TL 1 (Friendship Cup)
Saturday, 6th August 1966 Nuneaton Borough 1 TL 2

Steve

Re: Kilmarnock 5 Admira Wien 0, 7th April 1954

Posted: Sun Mar 09, 2014 8:10 am
by Steve Bell
Steve,
Richard has written back: Killie played Admira Wien in two successive seasons at Rugby Park, on 7/4/54 and 9/11/55. I wrongly gave the 54/55 lineup. The 53/54 line-up was Brown, Collins, McLachlan, Russell, Thyne, Middlemass, Mays, Harvey, Jack, Curlett, Henaughan.

That should clear things up.
Thank you David and Richard.

Re: Kilmarnock 5 Admira Wien 0, 7th April 1954

Posted: Sun Mar 09, 2014 2:15 pm
by Steve Bell
Missed a Third Lanark match.

Tuesday, 6th September 1960 TL 4 Petach Tikva 0

Re: Kilmarnock 5 Admira Wien 0, 7th April 1954

Posted: Sun Mar 09, 2014 7:07 pm
by Scottish
Bert Bell's "Still Seeing Red" has the line-ups for the Friendship Cup games v Rouen:
Home: Robertson, McGillivray, Caldwell, Robb, McCormack, Lewis, Goodfellow, Hilley, Harley, Gray, Fletcher
Away: Robertson, McGillivray, Lewis, Reilly (Robb), McCormack, Cunningham, Goodfellow, Hilley, Harley, Gray, Fletcher

Thirds lost both matches 2-1. Meyer(OG) at Cathkin & Cunningham in France were the scorers.

Re: Kilmarnock 5 Admira Wien 0, 7th April 1954

Posted: Sun Mar 09, 2014 7:10 pm
by Scottish
Same book has line-up v Nuneaton Borough:
Russell, Connell, Little, Harvey, Baillie (May), Stewart, McKay, Henderson, Fyfe, Kilgannon, Kinnaird (McLaughlin)

Thirds won 2-1. Fyfe & Henderson scored.

Re: Kilmarnock 5 Admira Wien 0, 7th April 1954

Posted: Sun Mar 09, 2014 11:24 pm
by Alan Brown
Thanks Steve, there were a couple of friendlies on there that I didn't have a note of.
A couple of additions:

18/09/1922 Huddersfield Town 1-3 (Jimmy Brownlie Benefit Match)
21/04/1923 Arthurlie 1-0

The Ireland tour of 1948 was a 3 game tour. Linfield (3-1) and Ballymena (5-1) were the other friendlies in addition to the one v Leinster League XI.
I don't have the dates of the matches, but I think the results came from Bert Bell's book.

Alan

Re: Kilmarnock 5 Admira Wien 0, 7th April 1954

Posted: Tue Mar 11, 2014 8:57 pm
by Steve Bell
Thanks Steve, there were a couple of friendlies on there that I didn't have a note of.
A couple of additions:

18/09/1922 Huddersfield Town 1-3 (Jimmy Brownlie Benefit Match)
21/04/1923 Arthurlie 1-0

The Ireland tour of 1948 was a 3 game tour. Linfield (3-1) and Ballymena (5-1) were the other friendlies in addition to the one v Leinster League XI.
I don't have the dates of the matches, but I think the results came from Bert Bell's book.
Thanks for these Alan.

The Jimmy Brownlie Benefit is reported in the Glasgow Herald with both line-ups being given. The result of Arthurlie match, which was played away, is given in the GH.
I can find no trace of the 1948 Linfield and Ballymena tour games in the GH, I wonder if the dates are in Bert Bell's book? Perhaps David would oblige?

Re: Kilmarnock 5 Admira Wien 0, 7th April 1954

Posted: Tue Mar 11, 2014 8:59 pm
by Steve Bell
David, thanks for the line-ups from "Still Seeing Red". Are there any others given from friendly matches?

Re: Kilmarnock 5 Admira Wien 0, 7th April 1954

Posted: Tue Mar 11, 2014 11:39 pm
by Scottish
The result for the Leinster game is sandwiched between matches against Linfield & Ballymena. For 1954 there's mention of Accrington & Watford but not Rochdale. No more details.

v Reading: Petrie, Balunas, Archibald (Dundee), Adam, Samuels, Aitken, Henderson, Dick, Peat (Partick Thistle), McCall, Bradley. Thirds lost 2-1. Scorer: Henderson (11 mins). Book says this was a Festival of Britain Trophy match.

v Blackpool: Robertson (Ramage), Smith, Caldwell, Reilly, Cosker (Moles), Cunningham, McInnes, Goodfellow, Rankin, Gray, Fraser (I Hilley)

This match was the official opening of the new Cathkin floodlights.
Thirds won 3-2. Scoreres: Goodfellow (14), McInnes (35 pen), Gray (2nd half)
Crowd: 12,000
All subs at start of second half.