Port in the Thirties – Gallery Match Pictures by Daniel Hayes - 7th August 20209th August 2020 Southport forwards came back to form on Saturday with four goals against Hull city. Here is a picture story of the match. (1) The first goal, scored by Colquhoun, whose shot was deflected into the net by Meens, the Hull centre-half. (2) Hawkins, following up a loose ball, struck the post as Bly dived to save. (3) Clough, who made his League debut, shooting for goal before being tackled by Dowen. (4) Anxious moment for Hawkins, Clough and Patrick as they watch the result of the shot by the first named which scored the second goal. (5) The shot that “brought the house down”. Patrick scoring the third goal and his century for the club. (6) Clough’s brilliant header which left Bly helpless. Robinson, the Scarborough ‘keeper, making a vain effort to save Patrick’s first goal in the replayed FA Cup first round tie at Southport yesterday Southport put an end to Barrow’s run of success with a smashing victory at Haig Avenue. Top: Alex Scott scoring the first goal. Below(left) Patrick watches the result of his header as it goes into the net for the second goal, and (right) the centre forward harrassing the visitors defence. The story in pictures of Southport’s amazing recovery at Oldham, and the men who scored the goals. Top(left): The goal that put the Sandgrounders on the way to success. Stapleton is seen netting the first. Top(right): Patrick netted here, but touched the ball with his hand. Lower(centre): the decisive point, scored by Hawkins during a goalmouth melee following a free kick adroitly placed by Stapleton. Action studies of Stapleton (lower left), Colquhoun (top centre) and Hawkins (lower right), with a portrait of A Scott, who obtained the fourth goal in the last minute of the game, are also included. Above: Studies in Expression in the directors box at Haig avenue during the drawn game with Barnsley Below: The Barnsley keeper just reaches a first time effort by Patrick – One of the many thrills in Saturday’s game. Top: Goal scored by Royston who is seen netting from the Penalty Spot. Bottom: Patrick cleverly racing between the backs scoring with a rising shot while falling to the ground Southport started the season well by a good victory over Wrexham, and here is the goals’ story in pictures. Top: Poland well beaten by a header from Scott (A), watches the delight of the Southport men. Middle: The second goal – Poland makes a desperate but vain dive to save Patrick’s header. Bottom: The southport centre is seen shooting into the net following a free kick. One of the many occasions on which Goodall, the Hull City goalkeeper, saved what appeared to be a certain goal. He is seen turning the ball around the post after a shot by McKay. Patrick scoring his second goal against Hartlepools United Kitchen is seen scoring with a header. Inset: This shot from Hampson had the goalkeeper helpless. The ball struck the post and ran across the goalmouth. Kitchen scoring the goal over which referee and linesman had a temporary difference of opinion in the game with Wrexham. The linesman had his way, but this goal was not enough to give Southport a point Baker scoring from a pass from Kitchen to give southport the lead Atkinson scoring Southport’s first goal in the match against Bradford City Pre-Season training at Haig Avenue 1937/38 For the captaincy. New half-backs Lem Newcomb (left), Frame (centre) and Crawford, each of whom has been suggested as captain for the team. Incidents in the Match between Southport and Carlisle United at Haig Avenue. Top: Savage putting the finishing touch to a centre by Kitchen for Southport’s first goal. Bottom: Talbot, the Southport goalkeeper, dealing with a high shot. Burke, the Southport inside right, in a heading duel with Taylor and Johnston (Carlisle) in the match at Haig Avenue. McKay’s spectacular opening goal at Haig avenue, with the ball lodged on the back of the net. An exciting moment in the Southport v Stockport County match at Haig Avenue. Patrick robbed by McDonough, the Stockport ‘keeper, when about to bring off a snap header. Top: Patrick beats Bungay, the visiting left back, to send in a stinging low drive. Centre: Black, Mansfield’s tall ‘keeper, fisting out during a concerted attach by Patrick (centre), Carter(left) and Burke(right). Lower: Black clears another of Patrick’s efforts. Top: Pateman scoring Southport’s first goal in the match v Rotherham at Haig Avenue. Bottom: Carter watching the ball rebounding into the net off Rhodes, a visiting back, to give Southport their second goal. Joe Patrick scoring Southport’s second goal against New Brighton, as seen from the stand. McCarthy’s shot beats Moody, the Chesterfield ‘keeper, to score the winning goal for Southport at Haig Avenue. Wynn (second from right) scoring the first of his three goals against Darlington. Gilchrist, the visitors right back, heading away from a centre from Carter while Swift, the former Southport Goalkeeper, looks on. Carter scores Southport’s first goal against Chester. Burke, the visiting goalkeeper, is seen diving in a futile attempt to save. The first home goal of the season for Southport, an own-goal by Birkett scored following a corner kick, against Rotherham at Haig Avenue. Charlie Reed scores the opening goal of Southport’s season against Chester in 1935 Proudfoot and Seagrave indulge in a wrestling bout during a respite in training at Haig Avenue That eve of the season feeling. The players going over the hurdles at Haig Avenue look as if they are enjoying their football training. L to R: Grainger, Savage, Grice, Read and Boland. Swift, the Southport goalkeeper, punching clear from a corner in the match with Accrington Stanley. Share this:FacebookTwitterWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInPinterestPrintEmail Related Posts "I owe so much to the Port" The Rimmers What's in a name?