Scotland Unofficial Matches 1960-1967


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Monday 1st February 1960 (Trial match)
SCOTLAND XI - SCOTTISH LEAGUE XI  2-2  (1-0)
Referee: Hugh Phillips (Wishaw, Lanarkshire)
Crowd: 25.771, Ibrox Park, Glasgow
Goals: 1-0 Law (31), 1-1 Cousin (48), 1-2 Scott (72), 2-2 Law (83) 

SCOTLAND XI:
Francis Haffey                         (Celtic)
Alexander Hershaw Parker               (Everton)
Eric Caldow                            (Rangers)
John Cumming                           (Heart of Midlothian)
John MacDonald Harvey                  (Partick Thistle)
Robert Johnston McCann                 (Motherwell)
William Hunter                         (Motherwell)
Robert Young Collins                   (Everton) 
Alexander Young                        (Heart of Midlothian)
Denis Law                              (Huddersfield Town)
Andrew Best Weir                       (Motherwell)

SCOTTISH LEAGUE XI:
George Niven (Rangers), Joseph Hogan (Partick Thistle), Robert [John] Little (Rangers), 
James Gabriel (Dundee), William Toner (Kilmarnock), James Curran Baxter (Raith Rovers), 
Alexander Silcock Scott (Rangers), George Herd (Clyde), John (Ian) St John (Motherwell), 
Alan Mathieson Cousin (Dundee), John Hamilton (Heart of Midlothian).

Notes:  Five players were late withdrawals from the Scotland XI team either through 
        English club commitments in FA Cup replays or injury. 


Monday 30th January 1961 (Trial match) SCOTLAND XI - SCOTTISH LEAGUE XI 4-1 (1-1) Referee: Thomas "Tiny" Wharton (Clarkston, Renfrewshire) Crowd: 24.000, Celtic Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 McCann (9), 1-1 Brand (19), 2-1 Herd (49), 3-1 Hilley (59), 4-1 Herd (86) SCOTLAND XI: Lawrence Grant Leslie (Airdrieonians) Duncan MacKay (Celtic) Eric Caldow [c] (Rangers) David Craig Mackay (Tottenham Hotspur) William McNeill (Celtic) James Curran Baxter (Rangers) John Murdoch MacLeod (Hibernian) David Hilley (Third Lanark) David George Herd (Arsenal) Ralph Laidlaw Brand (Rangers) David Wilson (Rangers) SCOTTISH LEAGUE XI: John Kessack Ogston (Aberdeen), Robert Shearer (Rangers), Robert Cox (Dundee), Patrick Timothy Crerand (Celtic), William Toner (Kilmarnock) [c], Robert Johnston McCann (Motherwell), Andrew Penman (Dundee), John Whitefield Milligan McInally (Kilmarnock), Andrew Kerr (Kilmarnock), Patrick Quinn (Motherwell), David Corrigan McParland (Partick Thistle).
Monday 5th February 1962 (Trial match) SCOTLAND XI - SCOTTISH LEAGUE XI 2-2 (2-1) Referee: Thomas "Tiny" Wharton (Clarkston, Renfrewshire) Crowd: 8.164, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Gilzean (19), 1-1 Carroll (31), 2-1 Gilzean (41), 2-2 Quinn (86) SCOTLAND XI: William Dallas Fyfe Brown (Tottenham Hotspur) Alexander William Hamilton (Dundee) Charles Alexander Aitken (Aston Villa) Francis McLintock (Leicester City) John Francombe (Ian) Ure (Dundee) David Craig Mackay (Tottenham Hotspur) David Hilley (Third Lanark) John Anderson White (Tottenham Hotspur) John (Ian) St John (Liverpool) Alan John Gilzean (Dundee) John Murdoch MacLeod (Arsenal) SCOTTISH LEAGUE XI: Edward Devlin Connachan (Dunfermline Athletic), Joseph Hogan (Partick Thistle), James Kennedy (Celtic), Robert Seith (Dundee), John McCormick (Third Lanark), William Higgins (Heart of Midlothian), James Boyd Goodfellow (Third Lanark), Patrick Quinn (Motherwell), Alan Mathieson Cousin (Dundee), William Hunter (Motherwell), Robert Carroll (Celtic).
Monday 24th February 1964 (Trial match) SCOTLAND XI - SCOTTISH LEAGUE XI 3-1 (2-1) Referee: Hugh Phillips (Wishaw, Lanarkshire) Crowd: 16.600, Ibrox Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 McParland (12), 1-1 McBride (21), 2-1 McBride (41), 3-1 McIlroy (82) SCOTLAND XI: Robert Campbell Forsyth (Kilmarnock) Alexander William Hamilton (Dundee) David Duff Holt (Heart of Midlothian) Francis McLintock (Leicester City) Ronald Yeats (Liverpool) James Curran Baxter [c] (Rangers) William Henderson (Rangers) John Anderson White (Tottenham Hotspur) Joseph McBride (Motherwell) William John Bremner (Leeds United) James [Brian] McIlroy (Kilmarnock) Subs: Patrick James Delaney (Motherwell) for Ronald Yeats (68) - due to injury SCOTTISH LEAGUE XI: James Fergus Cruickshank (Heart of Midlothian), Andrew King (Kilmarnock), Anthony [Christopher] Shevlane (Heart of Midlothian) [sub: David Provan (Rangers) 45], John Greig (Rangers), John McGrory (Kilmarnock), Francis Beattie (Kilmarnock) [c], Alexander William Edwards (Dunfermline Athletic), William Hainey (Partick Thistle), Thomas White (Heart of Midlothian), Cornelius (Neil) McQuade Duffy (Partick Thistle), David Corrigan McParland (Partick Thistle). Notes: John White and Thomas White were brothers.
Wednesday 11th November 1964 (John White testimonial match) TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR - SCOTLAND XI 2-6 (1-1) Referee: Leo Callaghan (Merthyr Tydfil, Wales) Crowd: 29.375, White Hart Lane, London Goals: 1-0 White (9), 1-1 Wilson (11), 1-2 Gilzean (63), 2-2 Marchi (75), 2-3 Martin (77), 2-4 Martin (79), 2-5 Wallace (80), 2-6 Gilzean (82) TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR: William Dallas Fyfe Brown, Peter Russell Baker [c], Ronald Patrick Henry, Alan Patrick Mullery, Laurence Brown, Anthony Vittorio Marchi, James Gillen Robertson, James Peter Greaves [sub: Leslie William Allen 43], Thomas White (Heart of Midlothian), Clifford William Jones, Terence Kent Dyson. SCOTLAND XI: James Fergus Cruickshank (Heart of Midlothian) Edward Graham McCreadie (Chelsea) James Kennedy (Celtic) John Greig (Rangers) Ronald Yeats (Liverpool) James Curran Baxter [c] (Rangers) William Semple Brown Wallace (Heart of Midlothian) Neil Martin (Hibernian) John (Ian) St John (Liverpool) Alan John Gilzean (Dundee) David Wilson (Rangers) Notes: The match was played for the benefit of the family of John White (Tottenham Hotspur & Scotland) who had tragically died after being struck by lightning on 21st July 1964. It was due to be played the day before but fog led to a late postponement to the next evening. Bill Nicholson, the Tottenham Hotspur manager, had anticipated John's brother, Thomas, may have been selected to play in the Scotland XI. When he was not, Bill invited him to lead the attack of his team for the match. Thomas was temporarily transferred from his club, Heart of Midlothian. The 15 players and trainer in the Scottish party instructed the SFA secretary to pay the total of their match fees (320) directly to the John White Fund. The SFA informed the London club it would not be claiming any travel/accommodation costs from the gate receipts and donated a further 1,000. The total raised by the fund, including the proceeds from this match, was believed to be around 15,000.
Monday 2nd May 1966 (Alex Dowdells testimonial match) LEICESTER CITY - SCOTLAND XI 1-1 (1-0) Referee: James Finney (Hereford, England) Crowd: 8.020, Filbert Street, Leicester Goals: 1-0 Dougan (16), 1-1 Penman (60) LEICESTER CITY: Peter Leslie Shilton, Richard Norman, Graham Frederick Cross, John Sjoberg, Colin Harry Appleton, Paul William Matthews, James Boyd Goodfellow, Alexander [Derek] Dougan, David Wedderburn Gibson, John Evens Wright Sinclair. SCOTLAND XI: Robert Ferguson (Kilmarnock) Alexander William Hamilton (Dundee) Alister John Shewan (Aberdeen) Patrick Gordon Stanton (Hibernian) Arthur [Alan] Duncan Anderson (Heart of Midlothian) David Bruce Smith (Aberdeen) William Hunter (Motherwell) Andrew Penman (Dundee) James Scott (Hibernian) William Semple Brown Wallace (Heart of Midlothian) David Corrigan McParland (Partick Thistle) Notes: The match was played for the benefit of Alex Dowdells who had retired due to ill-health after eight years as the Leicester City trainer and had also acted in that capacity for the Scotland team. He had previously served Celtic for 16 years and prior to that several Scottish Junior clubs and the Junior Scotland team. The Scotland team was made up of Scottish-based players as the English season had not yet finished and some clubs were reluctant to release their players. Both Celtic and Rangers were in action later that week and so none of their players were included. The match receipts contributed 1,850 to the fund.
Tuesday 16th May 1967 (Asia, Oceania & Canada tour) ISRAEL - SCOTLAND XI 1-2 (1-1) Referee: Moshe Mizrahi (Israel) Crowd: 27.000, Municipal Stadium, Ramat Gan, Israel Goals: 0-1 Morgan (21), 1-1 Spiegel (40), 1-2 Ferguson (84) ISRAEL: Itzhak Vissoker (Hapoel Petah Tikva), Yehoshua Feigenbaum (Hapoel Tel-Aviv), Itzhak Drucker (Hapoel Petah Tikva), Menahem "Miko" Bello (Maccabi Tel-Aviv), Moshe Lichinski (Hapoel Jerusalem), Mordechai Picker (Hapoel Haifa), Rahamim Talbi (Maccabi Tel-Aviv), Giora Spiegel (Maccabi Tel-Aviv), Yehezkel Hazum (Hapoel Tel-Aviv), Moshe Asis (Maccabi Tel-Aviv) [sub: George Borba (Hapoel Tel-Aviv) minutes nk], Reuven "Roby" Young (Hapoel Haifa). SCOTLAND XI: Henry Watson Thomson (Burnley) William Thomas Callaghan (Dunfermline Athletic) Edmond Peter Skirving Colquhoun (West Bromwich Albion) Arthur [Alan] Duncan Anderson (Heart of Midlothian) John Francombe (Ian) Ure [c] (Arsenal) Douglas Michael Fraser (West Bromwich Albion) Andrew Penman (Rangers) Robert Hope (West Bromwich Albion) James McCalliog (Sheffield Wednesday) Alexander Chapman Ferguson (Dunfermline Athletic) William Morgan (Burnley) Subs: Henry Anthony Hood (Clyde) for Andrew Penman (30) Notes: Captain Ian Ure suffered a broken jaw in the match and had to return home. Douglas Fraser was appointed as replacement captain.
Thursday 25th May 1967 (Asia, Oceania & Canada tour) HONG KONG - SCOTLAND XI 1-4 (1-2) Referee: nk Crowd: 7.000, Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong Goals: 1-0 Wills (8), 1-1 Ferguson (26), 1-2 Ferguson (32), 1-3 Hood (59), 1-4 Callaghan (81) HONG KONG: Chu Pak-wo, Lok Takhing, Chan Shiu-hung, Lan Ying-kit, Kung Wah-kit, Leung Kam-yiu, Yuen Keuon-to, Ho Cheong-yau, Ken Wills, Cheung Yio-wok, Kwong Yin-ying. Subs used: Tue Kwak-keuing, Kwok wing. SCOTLAND XI: Henry Watson Thomson (Burnley) William Thomas Callaghan (Dunfermline Athletic) Hugh Joseph Tinney (Bury) Edmond Peter Skirving Colquhoun (West Bromwich Albion) Arthur [Alan] Duncan Anderson (Heart of Midlothian) Douglas Michael Fraser [c] (West Bromwich Albion) William Morgan (Burnley) Robert Hope (West Bromwich Albion) James McCalliog (Sheffield Wednesday) Alexander Chapman Ferguson (Dunfermline Athletic) Henry Anthony Hood (Clyde) Subs: James Clabby Townsend (Heart of Midlothian) for Hugh Tinney (nk) Joseph Montgomery Harper (Huddersfield Town) for Robert Hope (nk)
Sunday 28th May 1967 (Asia, Oceania & Canada tour) AUSTRALIA - SCOTLAND XI 0-1 (0-1) Referee: William Hosie (South Australia) Crowd: 34.792, Royal Agricultural Ground, Sydney, Australia Goal: 0-1 Ferguson (31) AUSTRALIA: Peter Fuzes (Sydney Hakoah), George Nuttall (APIA Leichhardt), Alan Marnoch (Sydney Hakoah), John Watkiss (APIA Leichhardt), William Cook (Slavia (Melbourne)), Patrick Hughes (APIA Leichhardt), George [Alan] Westwater (Pan Hellenic), Ron Giles (South Sydney Croatia) [sub: John Giacometti (APIA Leichhardt) 46], John Norman Warren (St.George-Budapest Club), Raymond Henry Baartz (Sydney Hakoah), Archibald Blue (APIA Leichhardt). SCOTLAND XI: Henry Watson Thomson (Burnley) William Thomas Callaghan (Dunfermline Athletic) Edmond Peter Skirving Colquhoun (West Bromwich Albion) James Clabby Townsend (Heart of Midlothian) Arthur [Alan] Duncan Anderson (Heart of Midlothian) Douglas Michael Fraser [c] (West Bromwich Albion) William Morgan (Burnley) Robert Hope (West Bromwich Albion) James McCalliog (Sheffield Wednesday) Alexander Chapman Ferguson (Dunfermline Athletic) Henry Anthony Hood (Clyde) Notes: The Australians included five Scottish-born players, Archibald Blue (in Scotland he played for Royal Albert & Heart of Midlothian), William Cook (Ardrossan Winton Rovers, Kilmarnock and was a Scottish schoolboy international), Patrick Hughes (Duntocher Hibernian), Alan Marnoch (Thornton Hibs & Dunfermline Athletic) and Alan Westwater (Stirling Albion & Cowdenbeath).
Wednesday 31st May 1967 (Asia, Oceania & Canada tour) AUSTRALIA - SCOTLAND XI 1-2 (1-1) Referee: David Denis Maitland (Victoria, Australia) Crowd: 20.000, Norwood Oval, Adelaide, Australia Goals: 0-1 Townsend (25), 1-1 Baartz (34), 1-2 Morgan (68) AUSTRALIA: William Rorke (APIA Leichhardt), Clifford van Blerk (APIA Leichhardt), Alan Marnoch (Sydney Hakoah), William Cook (Slavia (Melbourne)), Nigel Shepherd (South Sydney Croatia), Patrick Hughes (APIA Leichhardt) [c], George [Alan] Westwater (Pan Hellenic), Hamilton Stronach McMeechan (Melbourne Croatia) [sub: Archibald Blue (APIA Leichhardt) 16], John Watkiss (APIA Leichhardt), Raymond Henry Baartz (Sydney Hakoah), John Giacometti (APIA Leichhardt). SCOTLAND XI: James Fergus Cruickshank (Heart of Midlothian) William Thomas Callaghan (Dunfermline Athletic) James Clabby Townsend (Heart of Midlothian) Arthur [Alan] Duncan Anderson (Heart of Midlothian) John McGrory (Kilmarnock) Douglas Michael Fraser [c] (West Bromwich Albion) Thomas McLean (Kilmarnock) Robert Hope (West Bromwich Albion) James McCalliog (Sheffield Wednesday) Alexander Chapman Ferguson (Dunfermline Athletic) William Morgan (Burnley) Notes: Players from Celtic, Rangers and Kilmarnock were not included in the original touring party as the clubs were involved in the final stages of all three European club competitions. However, after elimination from the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup John McGrory and Thomas McLean of Kilmarnock flew out to join the party. Australia included a sixth Scottish-born player - Hamilton McMeechan (he played for the Junior club Neilston in Scotland).
Saturday 3rd June 1967 (Asia, Oceania & Canada tour) AUSTRALIA - SCOTLAND XI 0-2 (0-0) Referee: Tony Boskovic (New South Wales, Australia) Linesmen: Roger Lamb & Harold Parsons (Both Australia) Crowd: 22.138, Olympic Park, Melbourne, Australia Goals: 0-1 Ferguson (61), 0-2 Ferguson (80) AUSTRALIA: Peter Fuzes (Sydney Hakoah) [sub: William Rorke (APIA Leichhardt) 65], Clifford van Blerk (APIA Leichhardt), Alan Marnoch (Sydney Hakoah), William Rice (Footscray JUST), Nigel Shepherd (South Sydney Croatia), Patrick Hughes (APIA Leichhardt) [c], John Norman Warren (St.George-Budapest Club), John Watkiss (APIA Leichhardt), Attila Abonyi (Melbourne Hungaria), George [Alan] Westwater (Pan Hellenic), Bruce Morrow (Wallsend) [sub: John Giacometti (APIA Leichhardt) minutes nk]. SCOTLAND XI: James Fergus Cruickshank (Heart of Midlothian) William Thomas Callaghan (Dunfermline Athletic) James Clabby Townsend (Heart of Midlothian) Arthur [Alan] Duncan Anderson (Heart of Midlothian) John McGrory (Kilmarnock) Douglas Michael Fraser [c] (West Bromwich Albion) Thomas McLean (Kilmarnock) Robert Hope (West Bromwich Albion) James McCalliog (Sheffield Wednesday) Alexander Chapman Ferguson (Dunfermline Athletic) William Morgan (Burnley) Subs: Hugh Joseph Tinney (Bury) for Douglas Fraser (46) Andrew Penman (Rangers) for Thomas McLean (nk)
Monday 5th June 1967 (Asia, Oceania & Canada tour) NEW ZEALAND U-23 - SCOTLAND XI 2-7 (1-2) Referee: A Williams (New Zealand) Crowd: 5.000, Lower Hutt Recreation Ground, Wellington, New Zealand Goals: 1-0 Burgess (10), 1-1 McLean (11) penalty, 1-2 Harper (35), 1-3 McCalliog (60), 1-4 McCalliog (70), 1-5 Harper (78), 1-6 Lake (80) own goal, 2-6 Thomas (88), 2-7 Harper (89) NEW ZEALAND U-23: Neville Siebert (Auckland), William Hunter (Auckland), Gary T Lake (Auckland), Anthony W Gowans (Canterbury), James G Moyes (Waikato), Gordon [Brian] Smith (Otago), John Legg (Auckland), George Lamont (Auckland), William [Earle] Thomas (Waikato), Mark Burgess (Auckland), Ken Ironside (Waikato). SCOTLAND XI: James Fergus Cruickshank (Heart of Midlothian) William Thomas Callaghan (Dunfermline Athletic) Hugh Joseph Tinney (Bury) James Clabby Townsend (Heart of Midlothian) John McGrory (Kilmarnock) John Woodward (Arsenal) Thomas McLean (Kilmarnock) Andrew Penman (Rangers) Joseph Montgomery Harper (Huddersfield Town) Robert Hope [c] (West Bromwich Albion) Henry Anthony Hood (Clyde) Subs: James McCalliog (Sheffield Wednesday) for William Callaghan (46) Notes: After each New Zealand player's name is the region they represented, not their club.
Thursday 8th June 1967 (Asia, Oceania & Canada tour) AUCKLAND XI - SCOTLAND XI 0-4 (0-3) Referee: R McDonald (Dunedin, New Zealand) Crowd: 15.000, Newmarket Park, Auckland, New Zealand Goals: 0-1 Ferguson (27), 0-2 Ferguson (33), 0-3 Ferguson (40), 0-4 Penman (74) AUCKLAND XI: Arthur Stroud (Ponsonby), William Hunter (Eden), Gary T Lake (Ponsonby), Paul Rennell (Eastern Suburbs), Thomas McNab (Eastern Suburbs), David Salt, John Legg (Eastern Suburbs), John Houghton (Mt.Wellington), George York (Ponsonby), Mark Burgess (Eden), Ray Mears (Eastern Suburbs). SCOTLAND XI: Henry Watson Thomson (Burnley) John Woodward (Arsenal) Hugh Joseph Tinney (Bury) Arthur [Alan] Duncan Anderson (Heart of Midlothian) John McGrory (Kilmarnock) James Clabby Townsend (Heart of Midlothian) Thomas McLean (Kilmarnock) James McCalliog (Sheffield Wednesday) Andrew Penman (Rangers) Alexander Chapman Ferguson (Dunfermline Athletic) William Morgan (Burnley) Notes: This was a team selected from players in clubs in Auckland chosen to represent the city. Four players had already represented New Zealand Under-23's against the Scotland XI on 5th June 1967. Thomas McNab was born in Scotland and played for Partick Thistle and East Stirlingshire as well as clubs in England.
Saturday 10th June 1967 (Asia, Oceania & Canada tour) VANCOUVER ALL-STARS SCOTLAND XI 1-4 (0-3) Referee: John (?) Morris (nk) Crowd: 4.379, Empire Stadium, Vancouver, Canada Goals: 0-1 McCalliog (8), 0-2 Ferguson (13), 0-3 McLean (44) penalty, 0-4 McCalliog (nk), 1-4 Hazeldine ("just before the end of the match") VANCOUVER ALL-STARS: Bruce Ballam (University of British Columbia), Jim Berry (University of British Columbia), Silvano "Sam" Lenarduzzi (Vancouver Columbus), Russ Hillman (University of British Columbia), Eugenio (Gino/Gene) Vazzoler (Vancouver Columbus), Bob Hazeldine (Vancouver Columbus), Gary Thompson (University of British Columbia), Peter Simpson (Vancouver Columbus), Bobby Smith (Vancouver Columbus), Neil Ellett (North Shore Luckies), Sergio Zanatta (Vancouver Columbus). Subs used: Robbie Goodheart (Westminster Royals [New Westminster]) for Russ Hillman. SCOTLAND XI: James Fergus Cruickshank (Heart of Midlothian) John Woodward (Arsenal) Hugh Joseph Tinney (Bury) James Clabby Townsend (Heart of Midlothian) John McGrory (Kilmarnock) Douglas Michael Fraser [c] (West Bromwich Albion) Thomas McLean (Kilmarnock) Robert Hope (West Bromwich Albion) James McCalliog (Sheffield Wednesday) Alexander Chapman Ferguson (Dunfermline Athletic) Andrew Penman (Rangers) Subs: Jospeh Montgomery Harper (Huddersfield Town) for James McCalliog (nk) - due to a leg injury Notes: The match was originally scheduled for 11th June 1967.
Tuesday 13th June 1967 (Asia, Oceania & Canada tour) CANADA OLYMPIC - SCOTLAND XI 2-7 (0-3) Referee: Daniel Whiteford McClure (Winnipeg, Canada) Crowd: 3.000, Alexander Park, Winnipeg, Canada Goals: 0-1 Harper (20), 0-2 Harper (22), 0-3 Harper (1stH), 0-4 Hope (46), 1-4 Adams (2ndH), 1-5 Harper (2ndH), 1-6 Harper (2ndH), 2-6 MacKay (2ndH), 2-7 Morgan (90) CANADA OLYMPIC: Art Kussner (Canadian-Anglo [Windsor]), Jim Berry (University of British Columbia), Bob DiLuca (Hawks [Toronto]), Jim Baird (Thistle [Winnipeg]) [c], Karl Kauck (Concordia [Regina]), Russ Hillman (University of British Columbia), Harold Hansen (Burnaby Villa), Robbie Goodheart (Westminster Royals [New Westminster]), Ike MacKay (Victoria O'Keefe), Ralph McPate (Emerald [Toronto]), Sergio Zanatta (Vancouver Columbus). Subs used: Norman Patterson (St.Paul Rovers [Montreal]), Anthony Adams (Ballymena United [Toronto]). SCOTLAND XI: James Fergus Cruickshank (Heart of Midlothian) James Clabby Townsend (Heart of Midlothian) Hugh Joseph Tinney (Bury) Arthur [Alan] Duncan Anderson (Heart of Midlothian) John McGrory (Kilmarnock) Douglas Michael Fraser [c] (West Bromwich Albion) William Morgan (Burnley) Robert Hope (West Bromwich Albion) Joseph Montgomery Harper (Huddersfield Town) Henry Anthony Hood (Clyde) Thomas McLean (Kilmarnock) Subs: Andrew Penman (Rangers) for Douglas Fraser (nk) James McCalliog (Sheffield Wednesday) for Henry Hood (nk) Notes: The Canadian team was preparing to play later in the month in the qualifying competition for the 1968 Olympic Games (North & Central America Group 2) and in the Pan American Games to be hosted by Winnipeg in July/August.


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