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3 years ago By Rob Healy

I am extremely fortunate to have received some photographs and other memorabilia from former Tudor Park FC player Mick Segger.

These photographs can be found in the photo album on our website.

Easter Monday 1955
At the end of season 1954/55, Charlie West our secretary organised a game – 1st XI v the rest which was played on Easter Monday at the ground of Hanworth FC.
It was at the end of my first season at the club and I was not then a regular player. Accordingly, as they were short of a goalkeeper I was given the jersey.

The Team photo is from left to right:

Back Row: Ron Cobb, John Benn, Mick Segger, John Wells, Alan Cobb and Peter Kidd.
Front Row: Les Lockhead, Mick Twitchen, Peter Brown, Ron Humprhies and Stan Saville.

Easter 1959
Another weekend in Belgium when we played Guines, just across the border in France. We won that game but I cannot recollect the score.

Team photo from left to right:
Back Row: Ray Robinson, Les Cook (guest player), Mick Baker, Derek Harwood, Ron Cobb and Mick Segger.
Front Row: John Lester, Tim Edge, Ron Humphries, Terry Groves and Peter Smith.

Easter 1959 Tour Pennant
The Pennant received from Guines.

1960 Dinner
Tudor Park’s First Dinner-Dance June 1960 at The Jolly Sailor, Hanworth.

Back Row L-R: Charlie West, (unknown), Tony Hood, Mick Segger, Winifred Chalk (President and Landlady of the Jolly Sailor), Reg West, Terry Stoner, Ray Robinson, John Wells and Edward Axford (Committee).
Front Row L-R: Tim Edge, Peter Brown, John Benn, Bert Relf, Ron Humphries and Stan Robinson.

Dinner-Dance programme
By 1963 the club’s future had been decided and the name Feltham Football Club was adopted in readiness for season 1962/63. The Dinner-Dance was held at the Feltham Hotel.

Updated 20:08 - 8 Jan 2016 by Rob Healy

Where next?

Chronicle marks club anniversary The Chronicle newspaper and their website have published an article on the history of Tudor Park FC
Tudor Park - History The history of Tudor Park Football Club

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