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School Football Team - c1965
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School Football Team - c1965

Kenny has supplied the following names:-

Back row:- Jageer Singh, ? McPhee, Sid Maclean, ?, Ginge Foubister

Front row:- Alan Shaw, ?, Denis Maclean, Donald Hossack, Walter Scott, Leonard Shepherd.
Picture added on 31 May 2005
Second on the left front is Donnie Robertson
Added by Iris Winton on 31 May 2005
Hi Kenny, front row second from left my brother Donnie Robertson.
Added by Dorothy Ewen on 31 May 2005
Is that Rita in the background?
Added by Margaret Tong on 31 May 2005
Does anyone know what happened to the Singhs? I well remember the Cafe [if it was that] and particularly the Juke Box - what a novelty that was!Great days.
Added by Mary Mackay now Harrison on 02 June 2005
There's a comment from Jageer Singh on picture #397, so you can email him if you like Mary.
Added by Garve Scott-Lodge on 02 June 2005
Back row second from the right is dennis morrison aka plum! According to Alan.
Added by Katie Ross on 06 February 2006
Was second from the right in the rear row nicknamed "Plum"?
Added by Pat Swanson on 14 February 2006
Yes Pat, Plum was his nickname he lived just round the corner from me, in the house that Gorden Hogg lives in now.
Added by Margaret Cassie (Clelland ) on 14 February 2006
To The right of Dennis Maclean is Donald Hossack - son of my 2nd Mother & Father, Peggy & Donnie Hossack.
Added by Paul Shepherd on 26 March 2009
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