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01.01.1910 at 15:00 Clarence Park

Attendance :

St Albans City

9 - 0

East Ham

Referee : Spartan League

Goalscorers
Billy Hughes
Billy Hughes
Billy Hughes
C. Newman
C. Newman
Tommy Walker
Tommy Knott
Tommy Knott
?? (o.g.)
None
Opening squads
Eddie Anderson
Charles Patrick
Jack Richardson
George Price
Billy Hughes
Tommy Knott
Tommy Walker
C. Newman
George Webb
Herbert Smith
Leslie Hosier
Substitutes
Substitutions
None. None
Yellow cards
None. None
Red cards
None. None
Match report
The play of Patrick for City was really brilliant, while Webb was in his customary good form, so that behind such a pair Smith, in goal, found very little to do. Price and J.Richardson were both at their best but Eddie Anderson, being slightly off-colour, paid too much attention to defence. Of the forwards Newman was about the best, although Webb Richardson, Hughes and Knott were continually doing clever things, but there were not enough of Walker’s irresistible rushes.
The best man in the East Ham team was Burges, at centre-half, who paid equal attention to attack and defence and although his face was injured in the first half through coming into violent contact with another player. He played a great game throughout.

Reprinted from “The Herts Advertiser and St Albans Times” 8th January 1910.
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