Note also the pitch conditions - the game was played in hot and sunny weather and was hardly conducive to a free flowing passing game! And the players seemed to do a lot of walking rather than running.
There is a small Canary connection with the match too. George Travers was the Barnsley inside forward and after World War One and late in his career, he signed for Norwich and scored the only goal in the game when City recorded their first ever Football League win, over Reading in 1920.
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pictured : big man 'Fatty' Foulke, who also played four games of first class cricket for Derbyshire