1931-32 Friendlies

FIRST PRACTICE MATCH :

Blues v. Reds


31_08_15 Blues v. Reds

Upton Park

? - ?

15 August 1931


SECOND PRACTICE MATCH :

Blues v. Reds


31_08_22 Blues v. Reds

Upton Park

? - ?

22 August 1931


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ISTHMIAN LEAGUE XI : Posthumous Testimonial for Frank Piercy


31_10_01 WHU v. Isthmian League XI 01

Upton Park

5 - 0 (Gibbins 2, Harris, James, Wood)

1 October 1931


Dixon, Earl, Wade, Collins, Barrett, Norris, Wood, James, Gibbins, Weldon, Harris



Frank Piercy

This posthumous Testimonial match was played in honour of Frank Piercy who served his Club well, and was a great helper in Isthmian League representative games, both parties have united in an effort of gratitude for services rendered.



Frank Piercy 2

LEYTONSTONE : Reserves


Away

5 - 1

7 April 1932


BARKING TOWN : Reserves


Vicarage Field

3 - 0

23 April 1932



SLUG Programme

Other Matches Played at the Boleyn Ground


TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR v. CRYSTAL PALACE : LFA Cup (Final)


31_11_16 Tottenham Hotspur v. Crystal Palace LCC Semi

Upton Park

0 - 2

16 November 1931


EAST HAM BOYS v. HACKNEY BOYS : Corinthian Shield (Fourth Round)


32_01_23 East Ham Boys v. Hackney Boys 01

Upton Park

? - ?

23 January 1932


WEST HAM BOYS v. WALTHAMSTOW BOYS : Corinthian Shield


32_02_27 WH Boys v. Walthamstow Boys

Upton Park

0 - 0

27 February 1932


Image courtesy of Nigel Turner


WEST HAM BOYS v. CHESTER-LE-STREET BOYS : English Shield (Seventh Round)


32_03_19 WH Boys v. Chester-le-Street Boys

Upton Park

1 - 0

19 March 1932


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DULWICH HAMLET v. MARINE (Liverpool) : FA Amateur Cup (Final)


32_04_16 Dulwich Hamlet v. Liverpool Marine

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Upton Park

7 - 1

16 April 1932


DULWICH HAMLET

Moseley 4, Kail 2, Goodliff


R. Miles;

A. J. Hugo

B. Osmond

C. Murray

A H. Haler

A. T. Aitken

L. Morrish

E. Kail

W.G. Goodliffe

H. Moseley

H. Robbins


MARINE (Liverpool)

O'Donnell


H.J. Drury

G. Jackson

W. Rankin

J.P. Crilley

A. S. Kelly

W. L Halsall

N. Kerr

J. Garvey

G. F. O'Donnell

L. King

A. Bamford.


No one did more to secure the F.A. Amateur Cup for Dulwich Hamlet, who defeated Marine (Liverpool) at Upton Park 7-1, than Edgar Kail, the England international inside right. The ground was in a muddy state, and the ball naturally soon became heavy, but such conditions in every way suited Kail, who dribbled and passed and swerved past opponents in most effective style.

When ever he got the ball in fact he invariably placed it where he wanted to. The other Hamlet players responded him finely, Moseley showing himself a fine opportunist, and Morrish, outside right, able to centre quickly and with precision. The forwards, moreover, had first-rate support from their half-backs, and the superiority exercised this department by Murray, Hamer, and Aitken went a long way towards determining the issue. Liverpool was weak at half-back.

Despite the fact that the game its later stages took very one-sided course, the football generally speaking, and having due regard to the conditions underfoot was remarkably high standard. There were 22,000 spectators, and the receipts amounted to £1,509. Sir Charles Clegg presented the trophy to the winners.


HAYES v. ILFORD : London Senior Amateur Cup (Final)


32_05_14 Hayes v. Ilford

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Upton Park

3 - 1

14 May 1932


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