Organised by Australian Olympic swimmer Lieutenant Frank Beaurepaire in aid of the British and ...

Accession Number H16688
Collection type Photograph
Object type Black & white - Print silver gelatin
Maker Topical Press
Place made United Kingdom: England, Greater London, London, Kensington & Chelsea
Date made 28 October 1916
Conflict First World War, 1914-1918
Copyright

Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain

Public Domain Mark This item is in the Public Domain

Description

Organised by Australian Olympic swimmer Lieutenant Frank Beaurepaire in aid of the British and French Red Cross, an Australian football match was played at Queen's Club, West Kensington, between teams of Anzac First League men. This is the Australian Training Units team which lost the match with a score of 4 goals and 12 behinds (36 points), and wearing a jersey with a kangaroo logo. Identified, but position unknown, are: Captain (Capt) Chaplain Charles Julius Perry (played for Norwood), team captain; John Thomas (Jack) Cooper (former captain, Fitzroy) (later killed 20 September 1917); PC Trotter (Fremantle); J Donaldson (Essendon); H Kerly (Collingwood); J Hoskins (Melbourne); H Boyd; S C Martin (University); H C Cosnvi? (Association); C Armstrong (Geelong); J Scullin (South Fremantle); Malfield ( Fremantle); T A Paine (Northam; E Beames; J Bower (Port Melbourne); McDonald (Essendon); Lieutenant Colonel Jackson (South Australia); H Moore (South Australia). Field umpires: Coporal Gray and G Barry. Boundary umpires: T S Hewitt and E J Watts. Goal umpires: Lieutenant H Olsen and S M Keen.

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