Kendal were a club around in the 1970s before the old problem of player recruitment led to them withdrawing at the start of the 1983-84 season. Continue reading “Kendal and Omega 75 Rise To The Top”
Probably most local players enjoyed a visit to the Civil Service ground in Copnor Road, now the home of Roko and Pompey’s Training Ground. Continue reading “Post-Match Pints At Venue Now The Home Of Pompey And Roko”
On Tuesday evening, we heard of the sad passing of former Pompey player Pat Neil. As well as playing for Pompey, he played for England at schoolboy and youth level, in addition to England and Great Britain as an amateur. Continue reading “Pat Neil – The Best Pompey Player You May Never Have Heard Of”
Court Lane were a long-serving club from the 1950s but ran into player problems in the early 80s and sadly ended up folding. Continue reading “Court Lane Memories…Dedicated Barry ‘Nalgo’ Campbell”
Locks Heath were the most westerly of the Portsmouth & District sides – being right on the border with Southampton, whose league they were to later join. Continue reading “Tough Locks Heath…Imperial Rise To Top”
WHO ARE YOU?
I’m one of the Presidents, Peter Lee, currently living in Colorado in the USA. Continue reading “Peter Lee: “Eisner and Tornante Right Next Step””