expunge verb past tense: expunged; past participle: expunged obliterate or remove completely (something unwanted or unpleasant). "the kind of man that could expunge an unsatisfactory incident from his memory" synonyms: erase, remove, delete, rub out, wipe out, efface; Right now we've got that out of the way. What does it mean to us at Whitby … Continue reading Expunged
1928 - Away to Willington and one of our heaviest defeats ever. 3 - 13. It was a Northern League game and one hell of a result. Whitby's scorers that day were: A 'Pat' Donnleey, Harry McBurney, and G. Rees. The team: D. Martin, Dunne.M, Waller.J, Butler.J, Rees.G, Donnelly.A, Harland.J, Perry.G, Donnelly.P, McBurney.H, Palmer.R. 1951 … Continue reading 24th March Matches
I am going to try and update the blog more often now. Also going to use some info from my mate Steve H to populate the Blog with past results and players. Today Whitby played at home to Workington. Whitby's team was Adam McHugh. Connor Smith. Daniel McWilliams. Adam Gell. Kiernan Weledji. Alex White. Leon … Continue reading WTFC vs Workington 23/03/2019
Why the move? Blogger is a unstable platform and there were days, weeks and even months where the blog was missing, or inaccessible for readers and even myself. In a rare moment of access I took all the info off there and have created a whole new blog here on wordpress. I hope to be … Continue reading From Blogger to WordPress – A New Look
Over the past eighty-nine years Whitby Town have had some amazing goal keepers David Campbell, Neville Pybus, Paddy Kenny, Harold Lodge to name but a few and now the amazing Shane Bland. But what happens when your Number One is injured during a match, unavailable at the last minute or injured with no other keeper … Continue reading Between The Sticks
James Edward ‘Bimmer’ Thompson. Date of Birth: 19thFebruary 1904. Date of Death: December 1977. Position: Centre Forward 1926 – 1929 J.E. ‘Bimmer’ Thompson 1926 James Edward Thompson was form in Small Street in Thornaby in 1904 and for the early years of his life James lived in Thornaby. He started like most kids kicking a … Continue reading Bimmer Thompson – Goal Machine
Hello everyone (or if anyone still reads this blog),Some people may actually wondering where have I been and why have I not posted in over a year.Simple answer is I am lazy!Well that's not quite true, it is a little but mainly I have been background researching players and have been planning and designing the … Continue reading Missing in Action?