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Lostwithiel CP School football team, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. February 1990 Featured Sports Print

Lostwithiel CP School football team, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. February 1990

Lostwithiel CP School football team in their new kit, sponsored by Dairy Crest. Back row: Chris Fredricks, Keiron Piper, Simon May, Justin Knight, Rory Jone, Gareth Hambley, James Foster. Front row: John Andrew, James Waller, Nat Doney, Craig Payne, Guy Daniels, Chris Payne. Standing left: Alex Machin, teacher and trainer. Standing right: Terry Nicholls, sponsor. Photographer: Jonathan Barker

© RIC, photographer Jonathan Barker

Bowling Club, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. September 1988 Featured Sports Print

Bowling Club, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. September 1988

Members of the victorious Lostwithiel Bowling Club team are pictured with the Kenyon Cup, which they won for the first time in their 62 year history. They contested the outdoor cup with the other divisional runners up at Porthleven, beating Redruth in the semi-final and Camborne in the final. Back row from left to right: Brian Sweet, Charles Breize, Pete Hambly, Nip Fenton, John Cobbin and Bob Bennett. Front row from left to right: Dennis Walford, Alan Pearce, Gordon Levitt, Brian Croft, Lionel Richards and David Rule. Photographer: Jonathan Barker

© RIC, photographer Jonathan Barker

Football Team, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. November 1992 Featured Sports Print

Football Team, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. November 1992

Lostwithiel Football Club's new strip, sponsored by the Earl of Chatham pub, with balls sponsored by the Globe Inn. Back row, from left to right: Nick Coon, Jock, Andy Annear, Dave Swiggs, Keith Sturgess, Paul Julian, Ian Cox, Robin Read (Trainer); Front row, from left to right: Stuart Johnson, Chris White, Mike Rabey, Andy Honey, Andy Rogers, Steve Rule. Photographer: Jonathan Barker

© RIC, photographer Jonathan Barker