Stoke Climsland 1924 Cup Winning side

Stoke Climsland win the Launceston K.O Cup for the second time to build up to the record of 14 Cup wins.

Included in the side is Canon Andrews founder of the Stoke Climsland football team (along with William Joll) just after the First world War to give the returning soldiers some recreation.

Players' listing in the Stoke Climsland History Book:
Back:: William Joll, Ivor Joll, Wilf Geake, Rev L.M Andrews, Albert Geake, Charlie Dingle, Sidney Cowling (secretary)
Middle Row: Darky Doidge, Archie Dingle, Francis Heath, Horace Mill ???
Front: Percy Cowling, Sid White

Players' listing in the Cornish & Devon Post:
Back: WilliamJoll (Sec), S.Pridham, Wilf Geake, Rev Andrews, Albert Geake, J.Lucas, C. Skelly
Middle: T.Rundle, Archie Dingle, J.Langford (capt), F.Heath, Horace Mill
Front: Percy Cowling, Sid White
Stoke Climsland are pictured with the Launceston & District League Cup and the Launceston & District K.O Cup both pictured on the tables (possibly donated by the Launceston F.C in 1906 after they disbanded. The Shield is the Liskeard & District Shield (Isaac Foot)
Stoke beat Lifton Argyle in front of 1,200 spectators

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