of the name. Banned its members from playing them. The street theme for choosing football club names was prominent in The Three Towns at this time and other local clubs formed around the same time included street orientated Brunswick Rovers, Catherine Rovers, Clarence, Cobourg, Cumberland, Haddington Road, Holborn, Melbourne, Melville, Osborne, Russell, Seymour, Windsor. The final County match played at South Devon Place on Saturday 30th March 1889 was against Cornwall who were playing their first ever representative Association football match. On the 10th November 1924, he was invested as Lord Mayor of Cardiff and, as William was a bachelor, his sister Alice was Lady Mayoress.
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One hundred years after the Argyle Football Club formation, Argyle Terrace in 1986. Thankfully, those present, almost unanimously, decided the new club to be the Argyle Football Club as the name was of local application whereas the other, coming from a Charles Dickens novel, was not. They decided by raising a flag if they thought the ball had travelled between the posts and under the tape, a difficult task, particularly in bad weather. Boolds at Seaview House, Lipson Road, and Ernest Harry Babb at 12, Portland Square, Plymouth. The next tie was the semi-final away to the Scots Guards (London) at the Oval in London on Tuesday 19th March. Cup competition was the First Round tie played at Tregantle Fort, near Torpoint on Saturday 3rd November 1888 between the Royal Irish Regiment (garrisoned Devonport) versus the 2nd Battalion South Staffordshire Regiment (garrisoned Plymouth). Besides Argyle, ten other clubs claimed it as their home for the season. William died aged 79 on the 19th April 1944 but his law firm. Howard Grose also knew suitable Plymouth players from the recent school fixtures he had played in for Dunheved College. Argyle had fared better than most and, based on the result, declared they were the best club in Plymouth.
Babb having gone to London on a scholarship. The match report says, Drew is a poor working man, and it has been suggested that the gate money of two specially arranged county matches should be utilised towards the expenses incurred in consequence of the lamentable accident. The final home fixture at Mount Gould on Saturday 26th February 1887 was against the 2nd Battalion South Staffordshire Battalion, which was won 2-0 by the soldiers. After a five-year apprenticeship with a Plymouth firm of solicitors, he left the Town. It was a far from a gentlemanly game. A resultant simmering rivalry grew between Argyle, and United that was both sporting and class related. The Regiment garrisoned at the Citadel and Millbay barracks from March 1886; the soldiers particularly liked Plymouth as a posting. Official John James Pascho.
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