4,200 soccer fans turned up at Jackson Park in Windsor, Ontario on Saturday June 17, 1950, to watch the Ontario All Stars versus a picked team from the English Football Association.

This is one of the biggest soccer games to have been played in Windsor ever in soccer history.

Ted Wainwright and Johnny Hancocks each scored three goals for England, Charlie Vaughan scored two goals and Jim Hagen scored once.

George Campbell scored the two goals for the Ontario All Stars.

An interesting feature of the match was that Ontario All Stars forward Gil Heron went on to play for Glasgow Celtic in Scotland, and that England’s outside left Les Medley returned to Canada to play for Ulster United.

The referee was A. McDermott. The linesmen were W. Kay and J. Rodie.


Ontario All Stars: Ross (A.N.A.); Johnny Syme (East End Canadians), L. Heron (Corinthians); Spratt (Sterlings), Vidori (Cabota), J. Clark (Sterlings); Walker (Sterlings), Vlajkovich (White Eagles), Gil Heron (Corinthians), Kennedy (Hamilton Westinghouse), George Campbell (Hamilton Westinghouse)

English Fotball Association: Hanson (Bolton Wanderers); Milburn (Chesterfield), Ellerington (Southampton); Russell (Wolverhampton Wanderers), Johnson (Blackpool), Ward (Derby County); Johnny Hancocks (Wolverhampton Wanderers), Ted Wainwright (Everton), Charlie Vaughan (Charlton Athletic), Hagen (Sheffield United), Les Medley (Tottenham Hotspurs)