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Lancashire Telegraph

4th June 1998

Sporting Jim dies

Sporting gentleman Jim Warburton has died, aged 70, after a long illness.

Tyldesley born Jim was a Sale Lane United footballer in the 1940s and 50s before injury forced him to quit playing.

He started refereeing with the Leigh and District Association Football Referees Society and progressed through the Leigh and District S.S. League (now the Leigh Amateur League) through the Bolton Combination and Lancashire Combination to the Football League.

He officiated at many F.A. Cup and county matches and was an international linesman. But he never forgot his roots and when not involved at the highest level could be seen refereeing local league games. When he hung up his whistle his experience became invaluable as a referee assessor and he was always willing to offer advice to those starting out in the game.

His service earned him the Referees Association meritorious service award and the Lancashire F.A. order of merit. He was a life member of the Leigh Referees Society and Leigh Amateur League, having also served as League secretary.

A founder member of Atherton Sports Council Jim's interests covered a variety of sports.

Roy Birchall, president of Leigh and District Association Football Referees Society, paid tribute:"The district has lost one of its sporting gentleman and I a sporting colleague and friend. Long may his memory live on."

Grandfather Jim leaves a wife, Jean, and a daughter, Margaret. The funeral took place on Friday at Overdale.

I Spy Old Refs! / Kenneth" Ken" Markham (Woking)
« on: Tue 18 Apr 2023 12:42 »
One of the more elusive referees

Went to Chiswick County School, as did Dennis Brady & Reg Paine

Officiating as of Staines from 1958 in Surrey/Middlesex area

F.L. line 65-6 & 66-7

F.L. Ref 67-8 & 68-9

Possibly worked for Rio Tinto Zinc

Back as referee with Surrey/Middlesex 71-75

But where and when was he born?

Middlesbrough v Cardiff was Wed 27th (not Mon 25th) but ref?

Liverpool v Sheffield W ref - "Dick" Hartley (Burnley)

After a fortnight of "digging" 366 of the 390 F.L. officials for 1965-66 first names found

Leaving these 24 (arranged in county alpha order)

275   Lewis   D J   March   CAM
166   Carter   J   Ilford   ESS
172   Clark    F   Cranham, Upminster   ESS
198   Evans   R E   Upminster   ESS
185   Davies   J R   Cockett, Swansea   GLA
230   Harvey   E   Mill Green, Warboys   HNT
356   Stewart   A J   East Barnet   HRT
273   Leech    R   Moston, Manchester   LAN
346   Shorrock   J   Witton, Blackburn   LAN
387   Wilson   H   Higher Walton, Preston   LAN
202   Findlay    A (Sgt) Millbank, London SW1   MID
206   Franklin   K D   Kenton, Harrow   MID
256   Jenkins   T   Newport   MON
277   Long           R A   Northampton   NHA
220   Griffiths   J   Witney, Oxford   OXF
257   Johnson    A   Warley, Smethwick   STA
306   Morris   G H   Whiteheath, Blackheath   STA
131   Ball           D G   Tolworth, Surbiton   SUR
337   Reid           J   Morden   SUR
365   Thomas   D J   Olton, Solihull   WAR
125   Alderson   J E   Horbury, Wakefield   YOR
250   Hutchinson B   Leeds   YOR
289   Matthews   M   Sheffield   YOR
314   Newton     R      Scawthorpe, Doncaster YOR

23 Aug 52
Tottenham - Abbott was a "3"

Changes to previous season

1   Cowen   Frank            Manchester    LAN
1   Mackay   Leslie "Les"   Alfred   Murdoch      Fulham   MID
1   Overton   Frank "Les"   Leslie          Derby   DBY
1   Power   Patrick "Paddy"   Francis         York   YOR
2   Burfield   Leslie   Richard   Henry      Ilminster   SOM
2   Clements   William "Bill"            West Bromwich   STA
2   Davis   Harry (sic)            Bradford   YOR
2   Gaiger   William  "Bill"   J         Wilmslow   CHE
2   Heselton   William "Bill"            Hartlepool   DHM
2   Pollard   John "Jack"   C         Thornton Heath   SUR
2   Ratcliffe   William             Leek   STA
2   Read   Frederick "Fred"            Walsall   STA
2   Smith   Robert "Bob" & "Reg"   Edward         Newport   MON
2   Wilkinson   Arthur            Bradford   YOR
2   Wood   Walter            Nottingham   NOT
3   Barker   Stanley   William         Hatfield   HRT
3   Cooke   John "Jack"   E         Cambridge   CAM
3   Cooper   Thomas "Tom"   Herbert         Bolton   LAN
3   Gardner   Joseph "Joe"   Frederick         Kidderminster   WOR
3   Horner   Harold            Kenilworth   WAR
3   Hunt   James "Jim"   W         Matlock   DBY
3   Husband   Harold "Jack"   John    Osborne (add)      Wandsworth   SUR
3   Jennings   Eric   Thomas         Stourbridge   WOR
3   Mitchell   John "Jack"            Prescot   LAN
3   Parkinson   Jack (sic)         missed 50-51 & 51-52   Blackburn   LAN
3   Stokes   Kenneth "Ken"            Newark   NOT
3   Stringer   Fred (sic)   Vaughan         Nantwich   CHE
3   Tuck   Kenneth "Ken"   Raymond      missed 46-47 to 51-52   Chesterfield   DBY
3   Hall   W   A      missed 46-47 to 51-52   Uxbridge   MID
3   Hesketh   Kenneth   C      missed 51-52   Manchester   LAN
3   Pounder   T      Sergeant   missed 50-51 & 51-52   St. John's Wood   MID
3   Price   John "Jack"   Ernest      missed 47-48 to 51-52   Birmingham   WAR
3   Southgate   Ralph   George      missed 51-52   Colchester   ESS
   PROMOTED TO LINESMAN (41)                  
3   Altoft   Kenneth   Wilfred         Doncaster   YOR
3   Atkinson   C            Barnsley   YOR
3   Babington   Eric   George         Birmingham   WAR
3   Birkinshaw   Roy            Rotherham   YOR
3   Briggs   Wilfred "Wilf"            Nottingham   NOT
3   Calthorpe   Allen (sic)   Douglas         Colchester   ESS
3   Clarke   Leslie            Northwich   CHE
3   Coleman   John   Bernard         Ipswich   SFK
3   Cornwell   Jack (sic)            Blackpool   LAN
3   Daniels   John   Leslie         Wolverhampton   STA
3   Dant   Stephen   Jack (sic)         Cambridge   CAM
3   Dix   Henry   Walter         Staines   MID
3   Dodds   James   Naismith (sic)         Kendal   WES
3   Durham   A            Hull   YOR
3   English   Charles   Noel         Chelmsford   ESS
3   Entwistle   J            Burnley   LAN
3   Fisher   John            Hinckley   LEI
3   Freeman   Henry            Preston   LAN
3   Godbehere   Alfred   Shadrack (sic)         Sheffield   YOR
3   Goddard   Thomas   Henry         Lincoln   LIN
3   Greaves   Charles   Cleminson (sic)         Lancaster   LAN
3   Green   Frederick "Fred"            Northwich   CHE
3   Haynes   Denis (sic)   Lionel         Aylesbury   BUC
3   Hewinson   Trevor   Frederick         Portsmouth   HAM
3   Humphreys   John            Barrow   LAN
3   Jacks   Charles   Albert         Birmingham   WAR
3   Jeffs   E            St. Helens   LAN
3   Kinnear   Samuel   John          Stourbridge   WOR
3   Lindsay   J            Cheadle   CHE
3   Lowe   J            Sale   CHE
3   Newport   John   Albert         Halstead   ESS
3   Nottingham   Edwin   Thompson (sic)         Huddersfield   YOR
3   Rawlins   Donald   Frank         Herne Bay   KEN
3   Ross   Charles   L         Bradford   YOR
3   Slater   H            Birmingham   WAR
3   Swinton   Gordon   Dunlop (sic)         Stafford   STA
3   Thomas   Arthur   Stanley         Colchester   ESS
3   Wain   Frank            Bakewell   DBY
3   Ward   Frederick   Reginald         Chester   CHE
3   Ward   G   W         Selby   YOR
3   Ward   H   O         Romford   ESS

23 Aug 52
Bolton - Jack Flanagan (Sheffield)
Stoke - Tom Glendenning (Sunderland)

Burnley Express

John McNabb: October 12th 1924 - August 22nd 2018

Born in Burnley John McNabb attended St. Mary's Roman Catholic School, leaving at the age of 14 to join the RAF "as soon as he was old enough" according to his son, John, and going on to serve in the 911 squadron as an airman first class with the Lancaster Bombers during the Second World War.

He never really spoke a lot about what went on in the war, said John (64) of his father, who died at the age of 93. Occasionally he'd tell you bits like how they'd all be at a bar, singling around a piano one night then the next night half of them weren't there. He went deaf because bombs are fairly noisy things, but when somebody mentioned to him that he could get a war pension, he was having absolutely none of it; he said he came home, a lot of them didn't.

After the war, John joined the Burnley Youth Organisation, scheduling football matches between the clubs and refereeing plenty of the games himself, which caught the eyes of the Burnley Referees Association of which he eventually became president, a position he held until his death. Bearing in mind he was quite young, he got rapidly promoted, John said of his father's refereeing career. He refereed from local league to the Lancs Amateur League, then to Lancashire Combination and the Northern Premier League. In the 1950s, he went on to the Football League and stayed until he was too old in 1971.

He got international "caps" - in 1966 he refereed East Germany v Romania and he refereed in UEFA so he got some other games in the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup. Even when he finished he continued refereeing for children's games as a volunteer.

Honoured for 50 years of service to refereeing, John received a medal from The F.A. in 2005, presented to him at Turf Moor by former Scotland international and Manchester United manager, Tommy Docherty.

John married Alice Patricia in 1952 with the couple having John as well as three grandchildren - Harry, Olivia, and Rory. Always one for socialising, John was a member of Belvedere & Calder Vale Sports Club from its inception as well as a member of the Knights of St. Columba - becoming a knight in 1949 - and a season ticket-holder at Turf Moor.

He would go in the Vice Presidents Lounge until his legs got so bad that he wouldn't make it up and down the stairs John said of his father's time on the Turf. He was a Burnley lad, born and bred who would come up the Kettledrum - his local since the 1960s - and sit on a bar stool and chat away to his old mates.

He did a lot, did my dad; he went out and had a good time and met a lot of people along the way, John added. He told me last year that he'd thoroughly enjoyed life, and he had.

I Spy Old Refs! / Re: Messrs. Ellis, Parr & Capey
« on: Tue 11 Apr 2023 17:40 »
James Kenneth "Ken" Parr

23rd August 1928 - 9th January 2000

Lancashire Telegraph

1st August 1996

Fifty years in soccer

Football fanatic Ken Parr has been involved with the game for as long as he cares to remember. At the age of eight he was collecting the corner flags at Bloomfield Road and putting them in the groundsman's hut for the princely wage of one meat pie. Now, after 50 years in soccer, the Football Association has presented Ken with a medal for his service to the game. In 1946, Ken began refereeing in the Blackpool and District League at the age of just 18 and remembers with fondness the teams and players of the time.

Ken, of Kenwyn Avenue, Blackpool, said: "It was the golden age of local football. Teams like Blackpool Rangers and St Annes Athletic dominated the local leagues - they were great years." He became the youngest linesman in the Football League at the age of 27 and began senior refereeing seven seasons later in 1962, taking charge of Manchester United against Liverpool in his first season. However, in 1966 a back complaint forced him to retire early. Just four years later, he was on a new panel which assessed the performance of referees in the Football League. He was a director of Blackpool Football Club for a period in the 1970s and joined the Lancashire Football Association in 1984, where he is now the chairman of discipline.

Ken said: "It was always my ambition to referee the cup final, but unfortunately my injury forced me to retire and I never did. I've enjoyed my time in football and I'll continue at the county FA for as long as I can." President of Lancashire FA, Derek Lewin, presented Ken with the award and said he thoroughly deserved the honour. Mr Lewin added: "Ken is one of the true devotees of the game and has made an enormous contribution over the years. He knows everything there is to know about the rules of football and still makes a very important contribution."

Lancashire Telegraph

14th January 2000

Football icon dies aged 71

Ken Parr, who died on January 9 after a lengthy illness, was one of the Fylde Coast's football icons. As well as his family he will be mourned by countless sportsmen at every level of football. Among those privileged to call him a friend were Sir Stanley Matthews, the late Stan Mortenson, Jock Dodds and Tony Green, all from Ken's link with Blackpool Football Club. And enduring friendships with the likes of the late Secretary of the Football League, Alan Hardaker, former F.A. Chief Executive Graham Kelly, and former England coach Terry Venables testify to Ken Parr's lengthy involvement on football's national scene during a lifetime of service to the game he loved so much.
After ten years as a successful Football League official he was forced to retire prematurely from refereeing in 1964 because of a back injury. But he continued to make major contributions to the game on the administrative side and in 1996 received the F.A. Order of Merit for fifty years service to football.

Born in Blackpool in August 1928, the first match he refereed was between Loco and Thomas Motors at Collingwood Avenue was when he was just eighteen. At the age of 26 he became the youngest Football League linesman and within three years was a fully qualified league referee. Eight years later Ken took charge of his first Division One game, Aston Villa versus Ipswich and subsequently achieved his ambition of officiating at grounds young boys dream of - Anfield, Goodison Park and Maine Road. In his career Ken enjoyed many highlights but a few always stood out for him. In 1964 he was invited to tour the West Indies with Chelsea and Wolves. But the match he regarded as the pinnacle of his career was in 1965, the year after his enforced retirement from refereeing. Ken was on the line for his friend Stanley Matthew's testimonial game. Played at Stoke City's Victoria Ground a Matthews Select XI took on a Rest of the World team which included such legends as Lev Yashin, Ferenc Puskas, and Alfredo Di Stefano.

In the late 1960's and early 1970's Ken was a Referee Assessor for The Football League and from 1973 to 1976 served as a Director of Blackpool Football Club, the only team he ever supported. In 1994 he was appointed club historian and archivist, a position for which he was eminently suited having a family link with the Tangerines which went back to 1877. Ken Parr made his mark at every level. In 1959 he helped re-form the West Lancashire League and served on its management committee for ten years. In 1984 he was elected to the Council of the Lancashire Football Association.

Those of us who were fortunate enough to have known him, Ken Parr was a warm-hearted, generous man. His observations, whether about a Blackpool game that had just ended, a match that had taken place thirty years earlier, or about some of the characters he had come across in his fifty year journey through football history, were always insightful and usually laced with a liberal sprinkling of the gentle humour that was never far from the surface. We shall miss him.

Church Times 20th July 2018

Obituary: Canon Kenneth Harris

Canon Kenneth Harris, who died on 22nd June, aged 89, had given a lifetime of service to Chester and its surrounding villages. This was recognised by the city’s awarding him The Order of the Gates in July 2003.

Kenneth was born, a twin, to Cyril Charles Harris and Josephine Harris (nee Watton) on 18 July 1928. The boys, sadly, contracted pneumonia when they were about six months old, and the elder twin, Dennis, died. Kenneth had an elder brother, Cyril (1926), and was later joined by Brian, in 1933, and Margaret, in 1939.

The illness continued to trouble Kenneth well into his teenage years. His schooling at both Victoria Road and Love Street Schools was frequently interrupted by bouts of serious illness. His apprenticeship at the Chester company of Brookhurst Switchgear had to be abandoned, and his doctor declared that he must seek employment in less confined conditions.

In 1944, however, he began a second apprenticeship at the Hydraulic Engineering Company (H. E. Co.), where his father was the chief draughtsman and where his grandfather, Charles Alfred Harris, had begun the family’s connection with the company, and the City of Chester, on taking up an appointment as Outside Erector at H. E. Co. in 1901. Kenneth settled well into work at H. E. Co. and, apart from a brief spell at John Summers’ Steel Works, spent 40 years of his working life there, ending that career as the managing director of the company.

Kenneth’s connection with the Church began at a very early age at All Saints Hoole, Chester, where his father served for many years as a churchwarden and, later, a Reader. Two particular organisations claimed Kenneth’s devoted interest. The first was the children’s church, where week by week as many as 80 young people met to praise God with a simplified form of matins. When the leader left and no adult was willing to take on the responsibility, teenage Kenneth was put in charge; the group continued to flourish and was still meeting some 15 years later. The second was the 2nd Chester Boys Brigade; Kenneth was associated with this for some 34 years, the final 14 as Captain. Many men in Hoole today remember the influence that this company had on their lives and the great fulfilment it brought them; they have very fond memories of the annual camp.

Leadership of the Boys Brigade brought involvement with the Chester Youth Council and a wider sphere of youth work. In 1972, Kenneth was appointed a Justice of the Peace; for many years he served on the Juvenile Panel, and was for a time its chairman.

From early adulthood, Kenneth received a call to the ordained ministry. His lack of formal education, mainly the result of enforced absence from school owing to illness, was regarded as a severe drawback; he received much discouragement. When the North West Ordination Course of Training for the self supporting ministry was introduced, the Bishop of Chester, Gerald Ellison, recognised Kenneth’s deep spirituality, practical abilities, and leadership qualities and had no hesitation in recommending him for training.

Kenneth was ordained deacon at Michaelmas 1972 and priest the following year. As an NSM, he served curacies at the Holy Ascension, Upton, and at Eccleston and Pulford, where he was given special responsibility for Pulford. He derived great fulfilment from these appointments and his ministry was much appreciated.

In 1980, Bishop Victor Whitsey asked Kenneth to go to the parish of Hargrave as Priest in Charge, and to live in the very run-down vicarage. After discussion, he and his wife, Jean, agreed to go. They set about not only renovating the house, but also reviving the parish. Very soon, Kenneth had a sizeable congregation and an active parish with a lively social side. Bishop Whitsey appointed Kenneth as Vicar the following year, though, of course, he was still in the self supporting ministry.

In 1984, Bishop Michael Baughen asked Kenneth whether he might be interested in the post of Executive Officer of the Diocesan Board of Social Responsibility, a full time paid post. At that very time, the owners of H. E. Co. were in the process of selling the company. Although Kenneth’s position there was secure, he knew that changes were imminent; so, after discussions with Jean, he decided to accept the post, should it be offered. Kenneth held this position for some ten years, while remaining Vicar of Hargrave. This service to the diocese was recognised by Kenneth’s appointment to an honorary canonry of Chester Cathedral in 1991.

When Kenneth retired from full-time ministry in 1994, he continued to officiate with the Bishop’s permission, but it was not long before he was asked to take on further responsibility. From 1996 to 1998 he cared for the parish of Ashton Hayes and, from 1998 to 1999, for Alvanley, giving them the same dedication as he had shown in all his appointments. His commitment never faltered.

This outline of Kenneth’s working life reveals a man of great energy and capacity for hard work, but there is more. Kenneth was always a keen sportsman.

He was goalkeeper for the school team at Love Street and, for many years, kept wicket for the Boys Brigade cricket team. Later on, he took to refereeing football matches and his skill and fairness is still recognised by the ageing players whom he controlled in the local league. He did not stop at the local level, however, but went on to qualify as a football league linesman; he had a highly successful career there, too, not only in this country, but also running matches in Europe. He might well have become a football league referee, but he had begun too late: by the time he was considered, he had almost reached that profession’s retirement age.

Kenneth was a dedicated family man. He and Jean were a loving couple and their family testifies to their devotion. Jean worked actively wherever Kenneth served, and she took a full share in parish life.

Kenneth will be very much missed by his large family; his children, Dennis, Anne, and Jacqueline, with their spouses, and his many grandchildren. They will all miss the towering presence of this loving and inspiring patriarch.

Continuing the decade by decade research

There were 390 officials listed for 1965-66
81 referees and 74 linesmen who later became F.L. referees have already researched

That leaves 235 "new" names


Arranged in alpha order by county

275   Lewis   D J   March   CAM
166   Carter   J   Ilford   ESS
172   Clark    F   Cranham, Upminster   ESS
198   Evans   R E   Upminster   ESS
185   Davies   J R   Cockett, Swansea   GLA
230   Harvey   E   Mill Green, Warboys   HNT
356   Stewart   A J   East Barnet   HRT
273   Leech    R   Moston, Manchester   LAN
346   Shorrock   J   Witton, Blackburn   LAN
387   Wilson   H   Higher Walton, Preston   LAN
202   Findlay    A (Sgt) Millbank, London SW1   MID
206   Franklin   K D   Kenton, Harrow   MID
256   Jenkins   T   Newport   MON
277   Long           R A   Northampton   NHA
220   Griffiths   J   Witney, Oxford   OXF
257   Johnson    A   Warley, Smethwick   STA
306   Morris   G H   Whiteheath, Blackheath   STA
131   Ball           D G   Tolworth, Surbiton   SUR
337   Reid           J   Morden   SUR
365   Thomas   D J   Olton, Solihull   WAR
125   Alderson   J E   Horbury, Wakefield   YOR
289   Matthews   M   Sheffield   YOR
314   Newton     R      Scawthorpe, Doncaster YOR

Post 1 updated with all first names found

7 are missing first names and 16 others require years (or more detail) of birth

97   Hughes   Edward O "Eddie"   Worle, Weston super Mare   SOM   b ca 1933 (Overseas ?)
100   McDonald   Angus   Great Barr, Birmingham   WAR   b ca 1933 (Scotland)
113   Ashmore   Brian   Leeds   YOR   
115   Atkins   Thomas "Tom"   Exeter   DEV   
121   Ball   John   Braunstone, Leicester   LEI   F.L. Ref 1984-85
127   Barnes   A S   Palmers Green, London N13   MID   
214   Gardiner   R G   Folly Hill, Farnham   SUR   
219   Gregory   Colin A   St. John's, Woking   SUR   
223   Hall   H R   Great Barr, Birmingham   WAR   
238   Holland   Michael J "Mike"   Langley Vale, Epsom   SUR   
243   Hughes   D R   Eastbourne   SSX   b ca 1933
244   Hughes   F   East Grinstead   SSX   b ca 1934
256   Jenkins   J D   Ickenham   MID   
260   Jones   Gerald "Gerry"   Woodchurch, Wirral   CHE   
284   Marshall   George   Folkestone   KEN   b ca 1945
299   Owen (born as ?)   Derek   Bebington, Wirral   CHE   b ca 1937 (Bangor, Wales)
318   Rhodes   Alan   Bentley, Walsall   STA   
346   Smith   Malcolm J    Coalville   LEI   
355   Tainton   Raymond John   Oldfield Park, Bath   SOM   b ca 1936 (Overseas ?)
371   Waterman   D R   Weybridge   SUR   
374   Webb   Derek A   Northenden, Manchester   LAN   F.L. Ref 1978-79
382   Woodward   Derek   Welland, Malvern   WOR   
384   Wrennall   Peter Colin   Burnham, Slough   BER   

General Discussion / Re: 1st April...
« on: Thu 30 Mar 2023 17:06 »
Can anyone extract the full Scottish list for Saturday to see what else they might have come up with?

General Discussion / Re: 1st April...
« on: Mon 27 Mar 2023 15:57 »
Not using anyone twice

Drysdale   Darren (Sgt, R.A.F.) (son of Jim, husband of Wendy)      Laver   Andrew Allen
         Maskell   Garry Martin (ex Greenwich, Kent)
Speedie   Benjamin John "Ben" (F.L. = Ormskirk)      Fox   Andrew Clive
         Hunt   David Paul
         Hunt   Jonathan
Parsons   Thomas      Kirkup   Peter James
         Viccars   Gareth S
Brooks   John Edmund C      Waters   Adrian Samuel (ex Watford, Hertfordshire)
         Wade   Christopher "Chris"
         Wade   Stephen Paul "Steve"
Ward   Gavin Lee James      Wood   Timothy James "Tim"
         Woodward   Daniel Stephen
         Woodward   Richard "Rich"
Taylor   Anthony      Taylor   Craig (ex Wolverhampton, Staffs)
         Taylor   Grant Fredric (sic) G
Smith   Josh (son of Nigel L3 Ref) (ex Bourne, Lincs)      Smith   Matthew
         Smith   Robert "Rob"
         Smith   Wade Thomas
Jones   Robert James "Rob"      Jones   Mark T
         Jones   Matthew
Salisbury   Michael Edward (son of Graham)      Chard   Michael Paul (ex Sandown, Isle of Wight)
         West   Richard Jason
Hair   Neil Andrew      Brown   Conor Thomas
         Brown   Stephen David "Steve"
         Gray   Alexander "Alex"
Bell   James Stephen      Gooch   Peter Richard
         Stokes   Joseph Daniel "Joe"
         Leach   Daniel Thomas
Brook   Carl Ian      Byrne   George Thomas (F.L. = Ely) (wife is Abigail "Abi")
         Ford   Declan John Barry
Gill   Sukhvir Singh "Sunny" (sons of Jarnail)      Gill   Bhupinder Singh " Bhups" (brother of Sukhvir)
Backhouse   Anthony Adrian H      Newhouse   Paul Graham
         Butler   Stuart Paul
         Hall   Bradley (F.L. = York)
Edwards   Marc David (husband of Helen)      Edwards   Helen Victoria (nee Byrne) (ex Liverpool, Lancs)
         Husband   Christopher Edward
Coote   David Harry      Hyde   Robert A "Rob" (ex Shoreditch, London E2)
Joyce   Ross Anthony      Isherwood   Christopher "Chris"
         Shaw   Simon
Kitchen   Andrew Robert      Cook   Daniel James "Dan"
         Cook   Daniel John (ex Braintree, Essex)
         Jackson   Oliver Andrew "Ollie"
         Lee   Matthew Stuart "Matt"
         Cann   Darren John
         Smedley   Ian
Finnie   William James "Will" (F.L. = Kettering)      Amey   Justin Robert
Lewis   Robert Leslie "Rob"       Lewis   Samuel "Sam"
         Marks   Louis George
England   Darren Jon Herbert      Mainwaring   James Ashley
         Wilson   James Daniel
         Wilson   Marc Edward (F.L. = Sandy, Bedfordshire)
Martin   Stephen "Steve" (son of Andrew J.)      George   Michael John "Mike"
         James   Alexander Philip "Alex" (ex Southampton)
         Lennard   Harry William
Hooper   Simon Anthony      Finch   Stephen John "Steve" (Capt., Army)  (F.L. = Ipswich)
Woods   Martin Paul      Smallwood   William D "Billy"
Simpson   Jeremy "Jez"      Burt   Stuart Gary
         Simpson   Joseph Paul "Joe" (son of Paul, Manchester City)
Toner   Ben (sic) James      Betts   Lee James
         Smart   Edward Matthew "Eddie"
Rock   David Kenneth      Nunn   Adam John
         Stonier   Paul
Yates   Oliver "Ollie"      Yates   Paul
         Wild   Richard James
Welch   Rebecca      Massey-Ellis   Sian Louise (nee Massey)
         Rashid   Lisa Kay
Pawson   Craig Leigh      Howson   Akil Zemikiel (sic)
         Hudson   Shaun
Howard   Paul Wayne      Barnard   Nicholas Raymond "Nik"
         Desborough   Michael Brian "Mike"

Cup Appointments / Re: Emirates FA Cup - 2022/2023
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