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Re: Bootle Joc

Postby Dan » Fri Feb 15, 2019 8:04 am

The Waterloo-with Seaforth and Litherland JOC Leagues 1920/21.

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Division II Final Table 1920/21

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Re: Bootle Joc

Postby bob. b » Fri Feb 15, 2019 9:51 am

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My Grandad, Harold Bevan, back row far left. The picture says Wesley Hall AFC. It must have been Wesley Hall in Bootle,he lived in Clydesdale, 2 Breeze Hill. I wonder if anyone can recognise anyone else, I doubt it as it's such a long time ago.
Would be interesting to know were Wesley hall was in Bootle maybe Bobhamo will have something on this :D :D
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Re: Bootle Joc

Postby bob. b » Fri Feb 15, 2019 10:01 am

Thanks, Dan great reading them articles think l have something on Hawthrone in 1920 must have been a good side in them days.
Lots of football going on in Bootle looking at the articles.

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Re: Bootle Joc

Postby bob. b » Fri Feb 15, 2019 10:35 am

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Hope someone has got information on this one :D :D 014
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Re: Bootle Joc

Postby bob. b » Fri Feb 15, 2019 10:37 am

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Cup and Sheild what year :D :D
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Re: Bootle Joc

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Re: Bootle Joc

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Re: Bootle Joc

Postby Dan » Sat Feb 16, 2019 12:52 am

Wesley Hall 1911/12

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Orrell 1934/35

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From the ball- looks like ? ? Lane 1956.

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Re: Bootle Joc

Postby bob. b » Sat Feb 16, 2019 11:15 am

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Do need the name of the team and any players 015
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Re: Bootle Joc

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Re: Bootle Joc

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Re: Bootle Joc

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Re: Bootle Joc

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-Henry-Bradley.top row second from right
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Re: Bootle Joc

Postby bob. b » Sat Feb 16, 2019 11:46 am

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Where are all the cups and shields now :D :D
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Re: Bootle Joc

Postby Ernie Jackson. (Bunty) » Sat Feb 16, 2019 1:43 pm

This is not a typical Bootle JOC post but as it relates to football, an existing member of the site and an ex JOC goalie, I thought it might be of interest.

I am often still asked what was my greatest save during my football career and the attached Certificate shows what it was almost fifty years ago, 8th April, 1969, I was in the early stages of my pro refereeing career officiating in an amateur match in Audenshaw..

One of the goalies dived and struck his head on the goalpost and became unconscious and stopped breathing. All the team had was their typical football First Aid kit of Iodine, rubbing lotion, bandages, sticking plaster and a few oranges. Just like Orrel Pleasure on a Saturday afternoon..

The youth was dying and I was the only one with First Aid training.

I administered mouth to mouth and after a while he started breathing shallowly. He was taken away by ambulance and the game went on. He eventually made a full recovery.

The incident drew national newspaper headlines as no referee had ever saved the life of a player before.

Then about 20 years old, Alan Wray, must be around 70 now and, except for some media photos, I have never seen him since

It was my greatest save.

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Re: Bootle Joc

Postby Invicta » Sat Feb 16, 2019 4:07 pm

Well done Mr Jackson :wink: Ken
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Re: Bootle Joc

Postby Dan » Sat Feb 16, 2019 5:43 pm

bob. b wrote:Image

Over the moon with this one thanks to Paul fantastic history :D :D

Rea United (left), Winifred Sport (right). My dad (Harry Hudson) is far right front row. This was taken before The Liverpool Cup Final at Anfield 1956. The Winnie won 4-2 my Dad scored 2. Thanks to the goalkeeper that day for the picture Ernie Jackson. Paul Hudson

Well, thanks to our own Ernie Bunty Jackson and Paul Hudson :D :D :D

Look at that big fella on the right in goal think all the first division sides said that is what we need in goal :D :D :D

Dan can you do something with this make it in two parts


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Re: Bootle Joc

Postby bob. b » Sat Feb 16, 2019 7:02 pm

https://youtu.be/qMUMsd4neZU

you must look at this fantastic :D :D :D
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Re: Bootle Joc

Postby bob. b » Sun Feb 17, 2019 11:12 am

Dan thanks again for enlarging the picture

Ernie well done you my dad got one of them for saving a lad in the canal :D :D
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Re: Bootle Joc

Postby bob. b » Sun Feb 17, 2019 12:23 pm

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Jim Dolce Liverpool cup thanks Jim
That's great, Thank you
In April 1969, 50 years ago this year our team Christ Church FC won the Liverpool Cup in a final played at the old Bootle Stadium.
I'm trying to get the remaining 12 members of the team together, as near as I can to that date.
Sad that I am I still have the medal that was presented that day. see attached
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Christ Church team during the 68/69 season. I played full back, and am the tall guy 2nd from the right in the back row. Tough league back then Godfrey Dennis
Hi Bobby - left to right, back row as follows:
Dave Kelly (Mgr) Ian Perry, Steve Grindley, Philly Gill, Me, Jim Dolce.
Front Row:
Roy McCann, Mick Vasey, Alan Buckley, Will McGee, Kenny Kones & Martin Taylor.

The team won the Liverpool Cup in May 1969 at Bootle Stadium, referee Jack (or John) Crilly. Losing finalists I think was St Gerard’s or maybe St Mary’s.

Well well Jack Crilly would stand no messing on the pitch in them days :D :D :D Thank you again Godfrey
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Re: Bootle Joc

Postby bob. b » Sun Feb 17, 2019 12:29 pm

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Thanks Les Williams :D
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Re: Bootle Joc

Postby bob. b » Sun Feb 17, 2019 1:09 pm

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Thank to Bob Evans
Bootle Corpy team My Grandad is front row, 2nd from left. Down at 'The Pleasure' :D :D
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Re: Bootle Joc

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Re: Bootle Joc

Postby bob. b » Sun Feb 17, 2019 1:12 pm

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Been asked to put this on :D :D :D
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Re: Bootle Joc

Postby bob. b » Sun Feb 17, 2019 1:15 pm

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From left to right;

Back row,
Ronny McLean (committee man) John North, Bobby Thomason, Mick Shiels, Terry McCormick (My Dad), Mick McCormick (My Uncle), Trevor Jones, George Jones (Manager);

Leaning forward just about to hit Brian Labone on the head is Gerry Green, (with his hand out,) next to him is Charlie Kidman.

Kneeling Down,
Willem Uittermark, Matty Griffiths, Steve Rooney, Tony Mitchell, Gordon West, Bobby Bolger;

Then the front two are Brian Labone and George Jones' wife Ellen.

This is a photo of Linacre United about 1974 at their Presentation night at the old Wispa nightclub, or maybe Allinsons.
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Re: Bootle Joc

Postby filsgreen » Sun Feb 17, 2019 2:08 pm

Ernie Jackson. (Bunty) wrote:This is not a typical Bootle JOC post but as it relates to football, an existing member of the site and an ex JOC goalie, I thought it might be of interest.

I am often still asked what was my greatest save during my football career and the attached Certificate shows what it was almost fifty years ago, 8th April, 1969, I was in the early stages of my pro refereeing career officiating in an amateur match in Audenshaw..

One of the goalies dived and struck his head on the goalpost and became unconscious and stopped breathing. All the team had was their typical football First Aid kit of Iodine, rubbing lotion, bandages, sticking plaster and a few oranges. Just like Orrel Pleasure on a Saturday afternoon..

The youth was dying and I was the only one with First Aid training.

I administered mouth to mouth and after a while he started breathing shallowly. He was taken away by ambulance and the game went on. He eventually made a full recovery.

The incident drew national newspaper headlines as no referee had ever saved the life of a player before.

Then about 20 years old, Alan Wray, must be around 70 now and, except for some media photos, I have never seen him since

It was my greatest save.

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Re: Bootle Joc

Postby bob. b » Sun Feb 17, 2019 2:20 pm

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Re: Bootle Joc

Postby bob. b » Sun Feb 17, 2019 2:31 pm

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[b]chick-heath

Seaforth Fellowship Football Team
Bootle J.O.C. League 1950's

One of the top teams in the J.O.C. winning the league many times, also major trophies
The late "Chick" Heath seated 1st left on the front row was the youngest player to play for Everton (15yrs of age) the match was against Stoke City, May 20th 1945, Everton won 3-2 and finished runners-up in the wartime league.

Chick was also a youth International 1946/47 for the N.A.B.C. he was chosen from Litherland Boys Club, he won two caps for England. In December 1946 and January, April 1947 he played for Liverpool County Football Association.

Seated also on the front row is "Chicks" two brothers, Jake Heath (4th from left) and the late Eddie Heath at the end. Johnny Driscoll (standing at the end of the second row) was the Trainer. Bill Charlton (center of row) the Goalkeeper.
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Re: Bootle Joc

Postby bob. b » Sun Feb 17, 2019 2:46 pm

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St Mary's late 60s
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Re: Bootle Joc

Postby bob. b » Sun Feb 17, 2019 3:49 pm

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Bootle-FC
016 think this was Bootle Athletic FC. Lancashire Combination 2nd Division Champions 1948-9

Bootle AFC was formed in 1879 they played in the original Merseyside derby in October 1880 against Everton the applied to be founder members of the football league but were turned down. Bootle AFC had their most successful season in 1881 being runners up in the Football Alliance and getting through to the FA Cup quarter-finals before losing 7 - 0 to Blackburn Rovers. They played at Hawthorn Road.

My Dad was the Captain of the 1948 team, front row centre, lived on Litherland RoadPeter Kev
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Re: Bootle Joc

Postby bob. b » Sun Feb 17, 2019 3:51 pm

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Linacre-Lane-School-team-about-1935 Thanks to Peter Kev
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Re: Bootle Joc

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Re: Bootle Joc

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Re: Bootle Joc

Postby bob. b » Mon Feb 18, 2019 7:21 pm

Sorry will upload these pictures later :D :D and thank you Gerry and Ablie
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