• Short Summary

    A tense Diamond Jubilee International football match between two countries ends in a draw.

  • Description

    Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland.

    Start of a Diamond Jubilee International football match between Scotland and Ireland. GV. Scotland kick-off but Ireland quickly seize the ball and work there way towards Scottish goal. SV. Jackie Blanchflower chases ball centres but Fraser is there to cut it off and clears up field. SV. W. Fernie running with the ball he flicks inside to Bobby Johnstone. L. Graham the Irish back and Jimmy McIlroy bring him down and a free kick is awarded by referee. SV. Crowd. LV. Jimmy Davidson running up to take free kick. SV. Ball entering net. Score, Scotland 1-0. SV. Crowd. Three minutes later, Scottish goalkeeper threw to a team-mate but Bingham, the Irish 'winger', intercepted it. LV. Bingham racing through with ball, he shoots, ball flashes in the net leaving Fraser with no chance. Pan as Bingham leaps excitedly in the air. SV. Crowd. Score 1-1. LV. Scottish team working ball on carpet. SV. Buckley beating M'Cavana and centring across goal mouth. LV. Pan, Irish defender intercepts the centre and pushed ball through to Danny Blanchflower. Blanchflower showing his class as he works ball up field, with Peacock in support, they bear down on Scottish goal. LV. Bingham running with ball, he shoots and Fraser dives to save but only passes the ball to McAdams who shoots into a empty net. GV. Crowd. Score at half time, Scotland 1, Ireland 2. LV. Scotland attacking in late second half after injury to Blanchflower had forced Irish team to quiet down. Graham kicks, Cowie shoots off the line. SV. Crowd applauding. LV. Goal mouth scramble Johnstone shoots, ball past goalkeeper to equalise.

    (Neg.) (Title Scene "E")

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    Film ID:
    Media URN:
    Pathe newsreels
    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:25:50:00 / 01:27:25:00

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