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English Martyrs footy team 1970's
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33 Ford Celtic, Barney McGee, Billy McGee, Cliff Collins, Paul and Michael Collins, John Ungi, Robby Boardman, to name but a few.
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35 I think this was St Elizabeth's football team sometime in the 50s? My dad, Gerry Porter, is the goalie. I don't know any of the others. Does anyone recognise themselves or a friend/family member?
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36 Litherland Bus Depot football team circa 1972/73. Who can remember travelling to school or work on a bus driven by these drivers / conductors?
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2nd picture 37 Great picture of REMYCA players Alex
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1st picture After looking at the photo posted by Sankey Dianne of the 1936 Lake Cup Final I thought I would post this team photo of the 1963 English Martyrs team that beat rivals Litherland Moss 1-0.
Top row from the left as you look at the photo: Peter Duffy ( lived in Anderson Rd), Arthur O’Brien ( lived off Bridge Rd), John Bracken ( lived in Moss Lane), Paul Clarke ( lived in St.Philips Ave Paul became m.
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42 Hatton hill football team 1962-1963Hi all. I'm Steve Wells and I captained Hatton Hill but I reckon it was probably a couple of years after this photo, maybe 64/65. That's definitely not me extreme left of front row. I do remember a lad a couple of years older also called Wells. Ray Wells. I think he lived on Hatton Hill. That could well be him. I remember the teachers. That's Mr Taylor and Mr Collie

41 Anyone remember
A blonde lad Robbie Johnson lived in Empire rd.He went to St Elizabeth's , think Wilfred's or St Mary's, he was supposed to of been a cracking player
I can see you, ian smith, hank millar, but can't make my mind up which one is peanut fraser !!! and who the hell is the teacher ???
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59 5 of our school team signed schoolboy forms for Coventry
Paul and Tony Cahill Steve Brinkley Paul Courtney and me
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57 English Martyrs footy team 1970's
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5 of our school team signed schoolboy forms for Coventry
Paul and Tony Cahill Steve Brinkley Paul Courtney and me
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54 1st picture Crosby and Litherland District team 1965/6 taken at Marine Football Ground.
Top left: Not sure if in the right order- John Mitchell, James Courtney, Peter Duffy, Tony McKenna, Dave Parker, Frank Williams, ? Roberts. Coach Steve McKenna
Bottom left: Paul Mitchell, myself, ? Eddie Hemings, ? Haskayne



2nd pictureLake Cup Final April 1963 played at Marine Football ground ( my Wembley) English Martyrs v Litherland Moss. English Martyrs won 1-0. Penalty scored by myself.
From the top (left to right) Peter Duffy, Arthur O'Brien, John Bracken, Paul Clark, Derick Draper, Jimmy Ryan.
bottom row (left to right) Billy Goodwin, Barry Lyonette, John Doran, Paul Mitchell, Peter Lennon.
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2nd picture This photo was of the over 16's at the Willies.
top Left, Tony Johnstone, Mike Dickinson, Tony Paglia, Mervyn Roache, Tony Hammil, Steve Glover.
bottom left, Dave Parker, Steve Roach, Paul Amundsen, Steve Niblock, Paul Mitchell and myself.
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2nd picture Hatton hill football team 1962-1963Hi all. I'm Steve Wells and I captained Hatton Hill but I reckon it was probably a couple of years after this photo, maybe 64/65. That's definitely not me extreme left of front row. I do remember a lad a couple of years older also called Wells. Ray Wells. I think he lived on Hatton Hill. That could well be him. I remember the teachers. That's Mr Taylor and Mr Collie
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41 s1st Anyone remember
A blonde lad Robbie Johnson lived in Empire rd.He went to St Elizabeth's , think Wilfred's or St Mary's, he was supposed to of been a cracking player
I can see you, ian smith, hank millar, but can't make my mind up which one is peanut fraser !!! and who the hell is the teacher ???

2nd Jeffrey Mason, Ronnie Reason, Frank Miller, David Lunt & Barry Thomas!! Am I right Bobby. Hazel

3rd After looking at the photo posted by Sankey Dianne of the 1936 Lake Cup Final I thought I would post this team photo of the 1963 English Martyrs team that beat rivals Litherland Moss 1-0.
Top row from the left as you look at the photo: Peter Duffy ( lived in Anderson Rd), Arthur O’Brien ( lived off Bridge Rd), John Bracken ( lived in Moss Lane), Paul Clarke ( lived in St.Philips Ave Paul became m.
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2nd picture itherland Bus Depot football team circa 1972/73. Who can remember travelling to school or work on a bus driven by these drivers / conductors?
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Who remembers Heysham AFC? Their home ground was beside the old English Electric Factory opposite Bootle Municipal golf course but we played most of our games on the sports field by the Cabbage Inn. — with Ronnie Wynne, Dave Beard, Jimmy Hayton, David Williams, Dave Williams ABC News4, Alf Sinnott, Tommy Banks and Dave Williams
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My first junior school was at Star of the Sea in Seaforth, I went there from 1963 to 1969. Michael Turley
My memory is not what it used to be and I can only recall a couple of the teachers Mr Barry was one he used to teach sport, and Miss Gannon was another, Can anyone remember any more.? Who else out there went there during this period.?
I found this old football picture taken in Mr Barry’s old classroom around 1967-68. It was our year 6 football team. It was taken just before a cup final. We played and beat Litherland Moss in the “Coote Cup Final at Marine Football ground in Crosby”.
I seem to recall we won 2-0 I think Paul Ferguson and John Hulligan scored the goals but I can’t be sure. I can only remember one lad from Litherland Moss, who played in the game that was Steve Baker, I only remember him because he played in goal, as I did. Who else remembers playing that day?
Those in the picture are as follows,
Top row. Cant for the life of me remember the first lad, next to him is Peter Cunningham (AKA Popeye) Micky Smith, Mick Turley, Ray Gilroy (sadly passed away.), Dave Woodcock and John Hulligan.
Front row, from left to right, Roy McCluskie, Anthony Evans, Colin Fairbrother Paul Ferguson, not sure of next person think his surname was Hansen, and then Micky Brown.
I have only seen Paul Ferguson, Colin Fairbrother and John Hulligan over the past few years. I haven’t seen any of the others in years, Wonder how you all are? Michael Turley
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After looking at the photo posted by Sankey Dianne of the 1936 Lake Cup Final I thought I would post this team photo of the 1963 English Martyrs team that beat rivals Litherland Moss 1-0.
Top row from the left as you look at the photo: Peter Duffy ( lived in Anderson Rd), Arthur O’Brien ( lived off Bridge Rd), John Bracken ( lived in Moss Lane), Paul Clarke ( lived in St.Philips Ave Paul became mayor of Liverpool), Derek Draper ( lived in William Wall Rd), Jimmy Ryan ( lived in Harington
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