FA Cup in Days of Yore

FA Cup In Days Of Yore

Teams:

Blackburn Olympic (Mark Parker)
Cambridge University (Richard Meddings)
Civil Service (Michael Brien)
Clapham Rovers (Dom Picksley)
Crystal Palace (Peter Warner)
Hitchin (Andy Berry)
Queen’s Park (Jez Boothman)
Royal Engineers (Brett Price)
Old Etonians (John Devaney)
Wanderers (Andy Boyer)

Ralph Pomeroy (Old Carthusians) also originally entered but was forced to withdraw at the last moment.

Results and Tables – 1st Phase:

GROUP A
Hitchin (1) 1 Cambridge University (1) 2
Royal Engineers (0) 1 Clapham Rovers 0
Cambridge University (1) 3 Royal Engineers (2) 2
Clapham Rovers (0) 1 Hitchin (0) 1
Clapham Rovers (1) 1 Cambridge University 0
Hitchin 0 Royal Engineers 0

P W D L For Ag Pts
Cambridge University 3 2 0 1 5 4 4
Royal Engineers 3 1 1 1 3 3 3
Clapham Rovers 3 1 1 1 2 2 3
Hitchin 3 0 2 1 2 3 2

GROUP B
Queen’s Park (3) 6 Civil Service 0
Blackburn Olympic (0) 2 Civil Service 0
Blackburn Olympic (1) 1 Queen’s Park (1) 3

P W D L For Ag Pts
Queen’s Park 2 2 0 0 9 1 4
Blackburn Olympic 2 1 0 1 3 3 2
Civil Service 2 0 0 2 0 8 0

GROUP C
Wanderers (3) 8 Crystal Palace 0
Crystal Palace (1) 1 Old Etonians (2) 5
Old Etonians (0) 1 Wanderers (2) 3

P W D L For Ag Pts
Wanderers 2 2 0 0 11 1 4
Old Etonians 2 1 0 1 6 4 2
Crystal Palace 2 0 0 2 1 13 0

Results – 2nd Phase

FA CUP IN DAYS OF YORE

Semi Finals
Wanderers (1) 3 Royal Engineers (1) 2
Cambridge University 0 Queen’s Park (0) 2

3rd/4th Place Final
Cambridge University 0 Royal Engineers 0 (Cambridge University won 1-0 thanks to a ‘golden goal’ in extra time)

Final
Wanderers (1) 1 Queen’s Park (1) 1 (Wanderers won 2-1 thanks to a ‘golden goal’ in extra time)

FA SHIELD IN DAYS OF YORE

Eliminator
Clapham Rovers 0 Blackburn Olympic (2) 3

Final
Blackburn Olympic (1) 2 Old Etonians (2) 2 (Blackburn Olympic won 3-2 thanks to a ‘golden goal’ in extra time)

FA PLATE IN DAYS OF YORE

Eliminator
Crystal Palace 0 Civil Service (1) 3

Final
Hitchin (0) 1 Civil Service 0

Special thanks to Brett for travelling all the way from Sheffield to take part and for performing so creditably to finish fourth. Congratulations to Andy Boyer for (another!) well-deserved win, and commiserations to Jez for coming so close (again!).

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