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THE DAVY LAMP TEAM

By Mick Carver

 

 

 

 

The above photo kindly contributed by Mick Carver is of the team in 1972 when they went to Belgium. Although it was the Davy Lamp Team some of the players are from  Dalton. Others are from Stocksbridge. The people known so far are as follows.
 

Starting on the back row, the first 2 stood up left to right are brothers the first is Pete Chadwick, but I can't find out his brothers name with the sun glasses on. Next with the shirt and tie is Harrold Medlock he was a referee, he also ran coaches from Park Lane. Next towards the right again with dark glasses is a lad I used to work with (like me not a footballer) called Peter Coulson he was from Leeds, Next along is Rodger Harry, then Dave Winfindale, next to Dave is Pete Oldfield from Rawmarsh. Then the lad with his face half hidden is John Thomas. The tallest guy right at the very back played professional football for Grimsby but I can't get to know his name. Also I haven't been able to identify any of the girls one of them was Dave Winfindales girlfriend ( not long after returning from this trip Dave was very badly injured in a car crash).


We now move to the front row the first lad from the left with his hand on the girls shoulder is Keith Bright he organised the trip and lived on Doncaster Rd opposite the bottom club. Next to him is Jimmy Dutton .


We now move on another 4 behind the lad sat on the road is me (Mick Carver). and finally Jimmy Ball on the far right the lad with the little boy in front of him, the three guys stood up on the right are the drivers and rep for Avlon tours.


List information by Mick Carver


If anyone can recognize others on the photo, please let me know

 

 

 

 

 

 

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