THE WEEK THAT WAS

The Football League Paper - - FINAL THIRD -

MARCH 8 – 14

March 9, 1929: Brad­ford City win two games 8-0 over a three­day pe­riod.They beat Tran­mere on the Wed­nes­day and Barrow the fol­low­ing Satur­day. Al­bert Whitelaw nets 11 of the 16 goals. March 10, 1993: San Marino pick up their firstWorld Cup point by drawing 0-0 with Turkey. March 10, 2001: Roy Ess­san­doh scores the win­ning goal for Wy­combe in the sixth round of the FA Cup against Le­ices­ter City af­ter an­swer­ing a tele­text re­quest from the club for a striker to join them. March 11, 1967: Bath ar­rived late for their game atWim­ble­don, then ref­eree Ge­orge Reed falls down the steps at half-time. A lines­man takes over in the mid­dle and a sup­porter runs the line. March 11, 1989: Ex-Liver­pool star Alan Kennedy has a de­but to re­mem­ber for new club North­wich Vic­to­ria when he scores an own goal within two min­utes. March 11, 2014: Nathan Jar­man, of North Fer­riby, nets three penal­ties v Gains­bor­ough Trinity, all won by Tony Wil­son and all given away by Cal­lum Howes.

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