Barry defeat Showmen
South Wales Football Echo
Saturday, 7 September, 1929
Barry Town beat Tommy Catlow's team by eleven goals to one at Jenner Park on Friday. The visitors were selected from the amusement caterers' employees at Barry Island, and included Blake, who plays centre-forward for the Heraldian Rovers in the Barry Junior Division, and Baggott, the centre-forward for Clive Rovers. The renowned Tommy Catlow played at left-half and was one of the mainstays of his team.
Barry fielded a strong team, including (Dai) Ward, (Len) Jones, (Baden or Billy) Davies, (Johnny) Gardner, (Cliff) Owens, (Harry) Woodward, and (Reg) Sheppard. Ward played at inside-left and scored three goals. The manner in which he sent in surprise shots was excellent. Jones scored six, while McKinless and Davies (W.) scored one each. Baggott scored for the showmen.
Tommy Catlow, Barry AFC Vice-Captain 1913-14
The Newport match became infamous as being the first instance of a Barry player being ordered from the pitch. Shortly before full-time, club captain Jim Wightman punched Newport's Butler and was off. The thumping win over County also saw Bert Millard score his debut hat-trick for the club. Millard had previous experience with West Bromwich Albion. Catlow's final goal for the Linnets came against Swansea Town on 4 April 1914, when Barry beat Swansea 2-1 at Jenner Park.