Antonio Camilio Rowley scored a hat-trick on the opening day of the 1954-55 season. He didn't score in the next two following games and then got injured. Rowley's career at Liverpool was bizarre. He didn't play much during the season due to injuries and bad form, but always managed to win a place in the starting 11 at the end of the season and score more than his fair share of goals. He scored eight goals in 13 matches in his first full season, six goals in seven matches the next, followed by seven in 14 matches in 1956-57.
Rowley finally put a run together of 19 consecutive games in his final season, scoring 8 goals in 6 successive matches, but then injuries prevailed again and he was sold to Third Division Tranmere when two months were left of the season. He continued to score goals for Tranmere, 47 goals in 100 league matches, which is still below his LFC average.
Other Clubs: Birmingham, Tranmere; Bangor City, Northwich Victoria, Mossley (all three amateur)