In Robert Currie; Andrew Mailer; William Ward
Out Paddy Gray; John Proudfoot; Sam Donaldson
Scorer(s) Willie Paul (1-0, 5 mins); William Ward (2-0, 1st half); Willie Paul (3-0, 1st half); William Lawson (4-0, 1st half); James Lamont (5-0, 1st half); John Ferguson (6-0, 2nd half)
Sending Off(s)
James Clark Goalkeeper John C. Spence mh-ptfc-player.png probably born in Scotland
Samuel Neill no. 2 Jamie Auchincloss mh-ptfc-player.png born in Scotland 23y, 10m, 10d
Michael Dailly no. 3 Abe Morrison abe-morrison.jpg probably born in Scotland
Gourlay no. 4 James Lamont mh-ptfc-player.png born in Scotland
Lachie Thomson no. 5 Robert Currie robert-currie.jpg probably born in Scotland
William Edgar no. 6 William McDonald [i] william-mcdonald-i.jpg probably born in Scotland
Walter Maxwell no. 7 William Lawson mh-ptfc-player.png probably born in Scotland
Edward Goldie no. 8 Andrew Mailer mh-ptfc-player.png probably born in Scotland
Peter Logan no. 9 Willie Paul willie-paul.jpg born in Scotland 31y, 0m, 6d
William Galloway no. 10 John Ferguson john-ferguson.jpg probably born in Scotland
James Law no. 11 William Ward william-ward.jpg born in Scotland
Age 27y, 5m, 10d

teamline notes
  • Teamlines per MT, OH concurs.
extra notes
  • Re-arranged from the original date of 30 January, 1897, which was postponed due to snow.
dubious goals panel
  • Good luck to any historian opening this goalscorers pandoras box. You can check several reports and get no consensus across the lot. Groan. Our sequence takes a view from across the board and ultimately matches the JL totals of Willie Paul (2), William Ward (1), William Lawson (1), James Lamont (1) and John Ferguson (1). We wish never to open this box again.
attendance notes
  • 4000 (OH); 2000 (JL)

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