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Quorn Football Club

Loughborough Monitor - 14th September 1973

This is likely to have been taken at the old football ground off Warwick Avenue. The club has since moved to Farley Way and the old ground has been developed into Sutton Close and Holloway House.

The caption reads:
Quorn Football Club have started the season with a bang, winning their Saturday Senior League game with a dazzling display and going on to beat Asfordby 8-3 at Quorn on Monday in the first round of the Melton Cup. In the picture, left to right, rear, are manager and coach, Len Sutton; assistant manager Ken Steans; Bob Parker; a player with face hidden whom we could not immediately identify; Terry Cowlishaw; Glyn Faulkner; Chris Alan; Mick Redfern; Trev Davis; Pete Wassell; Neil Lovett; Tony Wood; assistant team manager, Ken Sutton; Terry Steans; committeeman David Bond; Charlie Adams; Reg Hallam; Ray Neale. Front: Graham Lord, Terry Kearle; Wilf Wilmott; Ian Blackburn; Trev Fletcher; Vince Corbinzolu; John Corbinzolu; referee Ron Stokes, who is also club president.

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 Submitted on: 2009-08-03
 Submitted by: Kathryn Paterson
 Artefact ID: 467
 Artefact URL: www.quornmuseum.com/display.php?id=467
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