A Token of Esteem – John J Victor

  Presented to J J Victor Esq (Pictured centre) Secretary As a token of esteem by the members of the Boulder Amateur Swimming Club. 1911 Presented to J J Victor Esq (Pictured centre) Secretary J (John George) Cosson President T Carberry Captain and Instructor T Jenkins Judge G Stevenson – Starter A Shea – Prop […]

We dont like Cricket ‘Oh No’ We love it !!!!!

Well its soon to be that time of year again so here are a few photos for the cricket fans:- Back Row:- J Calder (Umpire), J Elari, M Porter, D Wearing, J Cahill, A Bennetts Middle Row:- C Williamson, L Stephens, W Trewhella (Capt), C Burgess (V Capt) E Prince Sitting:- T Porter and C […]

International Soccer Club

The following photographs were recently posted on the Outback Family History Facebook page to see if any names could be added to them. I was recently contacted by Jim Isailovich who has very kindly sent me the following names. Year 1952  Top row: L to R: Fred Salman, Giula Morocz, Italian ?, Peter Radanovich, Bob […]

Bardoc Photographs:- Footballers and School Children

As I have said in earlier posts, photographs of Bardoc are few and far between. These latest photographs have again been kindly shared by the family of Robyn McLean. Two are of the football teams of 1904 and 1905 and one of the school children. It is also wonderful to have some of the people […]

The Tyson Brothers – Goldfields Football Legends

Charlie Tyson (14 November 1897 – 23 September 1985) was an Australian Rules Footballer who played with Collingwood and North Melbourne in the Victorian Football League during the 1920’s. Recruited to Collingwood from Western Australian based Goldfields Football League  side Kalgoorlie Railways, Tyson was a half back flanker and made his VFL debut in 1920. He was named club captain in 1924 and […]

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