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Presented By Lyn Lound nee Marshall



Ron Marshall scoring the goal

I have just found the picture picture of  St Leonard's Charity Cup Winners 1950 - 51/52. My father is Ron Marshall (on the end).  Dad was a sporting figure in the area all his life, Cricket, Football, Snooker and as far as I can gather was very well known.

It is just coming up to one year since my Father passed away (Aug 11th 2006 ),  My Mother and Father were married 67 years and enjoyed a happy and full life together, although my brother and I were their world they enjoyed lots of socialising and holidays abroad.

I would like to know if anyone recognises the attached photograph. My late Father is scoring the goal, but that is all we know. Wonder if anyone recognises anyone else in the photo, or knows what game it was or, where it was played. 

Lyn Lound.





Well we have the photo, we have one player named, the photo is from the 1940's-1950's era, we have a row of houses on the horizon that look familiar, can anyone help ?


Danny Cassidy states that the field above is Herringthorpe.


I don't know what year this club was formed, If anyone has memories of this club please send them in.






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