St Nicolas Junior School

Football team 1949/50

By Frank Piner

This is a photograph of the St Nicolas School football team and was taken between 1949/1950.

I am front row 2nd from right. Can you recognise yourself or anyone else here?

If you can supply names for these chaps, please leave a comment below.

Photo:St Nicolas Junior School football team 1949/50

St Nicolas Junior School football team 1949/50

From the personal collection of Frank Piner

This page was added on 05/07/2010.
Comments about this page

The year is more likely 1948/49 - sorry.

By Frank Piner (06/07/2010)

Left to right back row: 2nd Barry Eastwood, 6th Derrick Green.

By Frank Piner (26/08/2010)

The year is definitely 1949-50 Back row - Fred Mepham, Barry Woodward, ..... Crowhurst, Kenneth Ede, Christopher Cotton, Derek Green, John Comber, Peter Edwards. Front Row - Brian Cherriman (slightly unsure), Tony Betteridge, Gary Forgham, Frank Piner, Ian Roberts.

By Tony Betteridge (19/02/2012)

The two teachers at the back could be Mr. Turnouth (Headmaster) and Mr. Eastwood.

By Roger Bateman (19/04/2012)

Hi, thanks for adding the names, Tony Betteridge and Roger Bateman. Your memories are much better than mine, Kind Regards (long time no see.)

By Frank Piner (10/06/2012)

It was "Gordon" Crowhurst.

By Barry Flahey (22/08/2012)

Far left front row, definitely John French.

By Bob Kennett (25/06/2015)

I'm glad that Bob Kennett has added his thoughts to this and I now totally agree with him that this is John French.  His family lived in Mill Cross Road as I recall.

By Tony Betteridge (11/08/2015)

Yes, they were my next door neighbours at number 17. David, Richard, John, Clive and the youngest Christopher. I remember you Tony (Bev) from Hove Grammar - a demon bowler if I am not mistaken responsible for the memorable dismissal of Rex Hepburn first ball in a school vs. masters match. Halcyon days. Have you visited the school website ?

By Bob Kennett (12/02/2016)

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