This match was in Division 1 of the Yorkshire League against Harrogate Town.
As can be seen the programme cost only 2 old pence to buy which is the equivalent now of less than 1p.
It was Albion's sixth season in this League and they in that time they had finished no lower than 7th in the final League table.
This game was lost 0 - 2 but it was one of only 7 League games that were lost all season.
Albion finished the 1964 -1965 season in 3rd place in the League winning 17 and drawing 6 of their 30 matches, scoring 68 League goals and conceding 29.
The Albion line-up on that day was : Joe Stacey, James Wriggles, Les Everiss, Alec Jackson, Tommy Simms, Ray Green, Derrick Flint, Jack Gower, Graham Caulfield, Jim McPhee and Peter Rix.
Clifford Morris was managing the Club at this time and this same season Albion won the West Riding County Cup for the first time in their history. They beat Farsley Celtic 1 – 0 in a replay at Beck Lane, Heckmondwike after a 0 – 0 draw at Valley Parade, Bradford. It was leading goalscorer Graham Caulfield who scored the vital goal.
|Yorkshire League Division 1 1964 - 1965 |
|1||Wombwell S. A.||30||18||8||4||82||28||54||44||0|
|2||Swillington M. W.||30||20||3||7||89||51||38||43||0|
|14||Harrogate Railway Athletic||30||6||5||19||44||70||-26||17||0|
Updated 09:18 - 19 Mar 2017 by geoff pyke