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England won the Home internationals convincingly without losing a single match

[<<] [>>] by Robin Brown at Southport
20th June 2005 (International)

Lawn conditions were "pimply" with lots of tufts of Sedge grass making for a difficult surface. Players were heard complaining about shots "tufting off". But it would be a pity if that were seen to detract from the usual top notch hospitality from the Southport club.

England beat Scotland 4-0

Maugham bt Magee
Gibbons v Liddiard unfinished 1-1
Death bt Dent
Lines bt Surgenor
Brown bt Rannie

Ireland beat Wales 4-0

M McInerney bt Tudor
R McInerney bt Burridge
Cunningham bt C Williams
S Williams bt Evans
Healy v Mrozinski unfinished 1-1

England beat Wales 3-0

Maugham bt Tudor
Gibbons v Burridge unfinished 1-1
Death bt C Williams
Lines bt Evans
Brown v Mrozinski unfinished 1-1

Ireland beat Scotland 4-0

M McInerney bt Magee
R McInerney bt Liddiard
Cunningham bt Dent
S Williams bt Surgenor
Rannie v Healy unfinished 1-0 and pegged down

England beat Ireland 5-0

Maugham bt M McInerney
Gibbons bt R McInerney
Death bt Cunningham
Lines bt S Williams
Brown bt Healy

Wales beat Scotland 3-2

Tudor beat Magee 2-1
Burridge beat Liddiard 2-1
Williams lost to Dent 2-0
Evans beat Surgenor 2-0
Mrozinski lost to Rannie (I think 2-0)



 

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