1910 Amateur Cup Winners Royal Marines Light Infantry
1910 Amateur Cup Winners RMLI (Gosport) 2 (Jack, Holness) South Bank (Middlesbrough) 1 at Bishop Auckland on 16th April 1910
Back row L to R LCpl Wilkinson, LCpl Turner, Cpl Hirst (Captain)
Middle row L to R standing Pte Revall, Pte Yates, Sgt Wiseman. Sgt Gowney (Manager)
Middle row L to R seated Sgt-Maj Sullivan, Colonel-Commandant F.G. Cotter, Colonel A.E. Marchant C,B, Capt & Adjt R.H. Darwall.
Front row L to R Cpl Exford, Pte White, Bugler Holness, Pte Smith, Cpl Jack
1910 Army Cup Winners Royal Marines Light Infantry
1910 Army Cup Winners RMLI (Gosport) 2 (Smith, Jack) 87th Royal Irish Fusiliers 0 at Army Athletic ground Aldershot on Mon 28th March 1910 in front of 20,000 fans including the Prince & Princess of Wales & Princess Mary.
Back row L to R Maj F.C. Edwards (President), LCpl Wilkinson, LCpl Turner, Cpl Hirst (Capt), , Sgt Gowney (Manager)
Middle row L to R Pte Revall, Pte Yates, Sgt Wiseman.
Front row L to R Cpl Exford, Pte White, Bugler Holness, LCpl Jack, Pte Spackman. Missing is Pte Smith
1910 HRH The Princess of Wales
H.R.H Princess of Wales, Princess Mary of Teck presents the cup to Colonel-Commandant F.G. Cotter, R.M.L.I
Route to the final. 1st round beat 2nd Batt Lancashire Fusiliers 1-0 AET. 2nd round beat Royal Marines Artillery 3-1 AET. 3rd round beat 1st Batt Kings Royal Rifles 5-2. 4th round beat 1st Batt Scotts Guards 2-1 AET. 5th round beat R.M.L.I Plymouth 1-0. Semi Final beat 1st Batt Black Watch 1-0. Final beat 8th Royal Irish Fusiliers 2-0.
1910 Army Cup 5th round action
Army Cup 5th Round R.M.L.I Forton (Portsmouth) 1 R.M.L.I Plymouth 0 played at Portsmouth Divisional ground Gosport.
R.M.L.I Forton team Turner (Goal), Wilkinson & Hirst (Backs), Wiseman, Yates & Revall (Half Backs), Exford, White, Holness, Jack & Spackman (Forwards).
R.M.L.I Plymouth Burton (Goal), Cleverley & Slocombe (Backs), Broad, Boffey & Eldershaw (Half Backs), Colclough, Hill, Reeves, Taylor & Preston (Forwards)
1910 Army Cup 5th round Tie
1910 Army Cup 5th round tie R.M.L.I Forton v R.M.L.I Plymouth.
Plymouth Goal Keeper Burton about to make a save.
Action from the 1910 Army Cup Final
1910 Army Cup action final R.M.L.I Forton 2 8th Royal Irish Fusilliers 0. Here R.M.L.I Forton score their 1st goal.
1910-12 H.M.S Duke of Edinburgh Band football team
Sent in by Ian Turner whose Grandfather Thomas played centre forward.
Back row L to R TBC1, TBC2, TBC3
Middle row L to R TBC4, TBC5, TBC6
Front row L to R TBC7, TBC8, Bugler Thomas Turner (210991), TBC10, TBC11.
1917-18 RMA Football team
Played at Buda point near Mudros on the island of Lemnos.
All names required.
1919-20 RN Cup Winners Chatham RMLI
Pictured provided by David Mercer.
Back row L to R TBC1, TBC2, Pte RW Watts, TBC4, Pte IT Jackson, TBC6, TBC7.
Front row L to R Cpl A Starks, Cpl A Bennett, TBC10, CSgt W H?, Capt RCA G?, TBC13, Frank Mercer, Pte CF Hambleton
1919-20 Chatham Div RMLI
Provided by David Mercer.
Back L to R Sergt WH Day (Sec), QMS RJC Joy, Arm-Sergt WF Foulsham, Corpl FE Lancaster, Pte IT Jackson, Pte GC Willey, Sergi W Miller.
Centre row L to R Lt Col E Wray, Corpl A Starks, Corpl A Bennett, Pte RW Watts (Capt), Brig-Gen HMCW Graham CMG, Cl-Sergt W H?, Sergt Frank Mercer (Vice Capt), Capt RCA G?
Front row L to R Sergt TC Franks, Corpl JC Conn, Pte CF Hambleton, Corpl TJ Walker