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Mike McGee,Steve Wilson, John Kilkenny, Tony Sweeney, Pete Lear, ? Ogden, Mike Grennan, David Slack,Ged Wilkinson
Sreve Penny, Kevin Sherrat, Jim Toft, Tony Greenwood, ? Fenton, Pete McAllister, Paul Begley
John Wallace, Mike Fox, Alan Wilson, ?Vincent Sakalsa/Richard ?
Staff v Boys (c
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Some Rugby memories
B Team 1966
A McCloy, J Lally, G Lodge, P Bird, P Wright, P Smith
E Moran,B Kelly, A Keane, J King, K McCloy,S Twist
U12 prior to
Manchester Schools Final at Hough End 1970
Ged Allen,Richard Brown,Andrew McDougall,Franz Collinge,Carl Brennan,Martin Harding,Michael Mottershead
Michael Simpson,Richard Cummings,Paul Carney,Geraard Kelly,Kevin Mackay,John Hall
Paul Power of
1965 intake went on to play midfield for Manchester City and
He also played for England B, and now works for the Manchester City Academy.
Nicky Sinclair, from the
1971 intake, was on the England youth football team
and went on to play for Oldham Athletic for a few seasons.
Possibly went on to Rochdale and the States in some order
Dave Bardsley '77
played for Blackpool,Watford (in the FA cup final v Everton),QPR and England (once)
|Dave Espley ('75)
edits the Stockport County fanzine "The Tea Party"
Steve Bellis ('76) is Marketing Director for Stockport County
Some Football Memories
R3 Martin O'Halloran, M Devine,A Zaslona,M Boczek,Paul Broadbent, P Bentley,Pete Lear,?
R2 P Begley,?V Sakalski/Richard ?,P Morris,M Grennan,T Healey, S Keating, M Dignan,M Austin,M Burns
R1 G Neale,T Greenwood, K Caldwell, S Wilson,J Toft, J Wallace,S Williams
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Philip Grimshaw went on to run for Great Britain (400m and 400m Relay) and Captain of Manchester Catholic Boys.
Faure ('69) had
hoped to contribute to this section.
He was the undisputed King of the '69 intake "Kick-toFlick" afficionados.
Sadly he died on 9 November 2002
SUBBUTEO Bulletin Board
From the BBC (21.1.2000)
"The makers of the table football game Subbuteo have announced that production will cease at the end of the current month.
Hasbro, who have sold some 500 million sets, admit that today's younger generations are more interested in computer games than Subbuteo.
The game was invented by keen birdwatcher Peter Adolph in 1947, who named it after the latin word for Hobby Hawk.Subbuteo's popularity grew as the profile of real football increased, and by 1987, the game had its own World Cup.Around 50,000 sets are sold in Britain each year and it is estimated that six times as many are sold around the world.
There remains a possibility that Subbuteo may return, in the form of a computer game."
Names for photos contributed by John Lally, Jim Toft, Barry Brennan, Mike Fox, Mike Hovington, Steve Williams, Alan Keane, Dave Jamieson