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southend statto
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Jul 3, 2016, 3:19 PM

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Reading through Leytonstone FC's 75th Anniversary handbook, it states that five Leytonstone players were selected for the Isthmian League in the League's 5-3 win over Iceland on 3rd October 1946


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Jul 3, 2016, 8:27 PM

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Country or supermarket?


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In the first few years after WW2 seven Leytonstone players played for the English Amateur international side - Doug Jarvis, Ernie Childs, Jim Paviour, Jack Kavanagh, George Bunce, Alf Noble and Leon Joseph. Two other Leytonstone players of this period also played for the England Amateur XI, but for other clubs before joining Leytonstone - Len Wallis and Eric Fright, whilst another player at the club at the same time was England cricketer, Trevor Bailey.

 
 


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