On June 16, 1928 at the Ball Stadium in Montreal, a picked team representing the P. Q. F. A. took on Glasgow Rangers.

Rangers had won the FA Cup in the 1927-1928 season. The monetary value of the Montreal All-Stars’ opposition was said to be £300,000.

Andy Cunningham scored two goals for the visitors, while Archibald, Marshall and McPhail counted the other three goals.

The half time was 3 to 0.

Jock Duguid scored Montreal’s lone goal.

The referee of the match was Horace S. Lyons.


Montreal All-Stars: Henry Noseworthy; Malcolm Moon, Husband; Naismith, Peter Miller, Peter Keir; Bill Westwater, Poul Nielsen, Jock Duguid, Charlie Cook, Jimmy Baillie.

Rangers: T. Hamilton; Gray, Billy McCandless; Jock Buchanan, John Meiklejohn, Craig; Archibald, Cunningham, Marshall, McPhail, Tommy Muirhead