Moyie Soccer c.1908: 0230.0248

Moyie Soccer c.1908




Back Row, L to R:  Frank Torpy (Club Member), Angus McNeill (Club Member),  Thos. Cook (club Member), Joseph McLaren (left full back),  Fred Perkins (goal keeper), A. Gill (right full back),  Wm. G. Whitehead (Club Member) and Robert Agnew (trainer).


Centre Row, L to R:  Wm. Pitman (outside right), Wm. Turnbull (inside right), S.G. Blaylock (Hon. President), Fred Ege (Hon. Vice-President), M. Hillery (inside left), Elliot Crowe (outside left).


Front Row, L to R:  Tom Climie (right half back), Fred Atkinson (centre forward), Alex Wilson (left half back) and Joseph Kerr (centre half).

0230.0248: Moyie Soccer c.1908

Moyie, B.C. soccer team. Fred Perkins (Goalkeeper). The score of the championship game was 2-0 for Moyie over Cranbrook

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  1908
Source:  KDHS Box 57;62.17
Collection:  Kimberley District Heritage Society (0230)


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