Mark Jones - Wombwell's own

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    Describes him as a a "Yorkshire Schoolboy International", never noticed that before.
     
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    Got this as well which is a Schoolboys trial match with Mark Jones (Don and Dearne) at Centre Half 13th March 1948



     
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    Very nice. Arthur Kaye as well
     
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    And centre forward Levitt from Birdwell!!
     
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    How ironic that there was a personal message from Stanley Matthews to them boys when one of the boys were bought in by Blackpool as a replacement for the great man that footballer being Arthur Kay who came from Ickum who lived (I think) in one of them wooden houses going up to the Engineers pub on the right hand side.
     

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