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KGS football team

Could the contributor identify themselves and the picture please. Date read off ball.
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Picture added on 05 January 2007
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Middle row, 2nd from the left is Bob Miller from the shop Scott and Miller. (I think!)
Added by Bruce Moar on 09 January 2007
For the record, Robert Miller represented Orkney in a 2-2 draw against Shetland in 1947.
Added by Bruce Moar on 09 January 2007
second row and second from the right - (Billy) William John Jolly
Was this not the Corinthians?
Added by Barbara on 01 March 2007
2nd left back row, Buchanan (Sandy?) teacher at right, Albert Begg.
With ball ?Findlay
Added by Bill Wilson on 17 October 2008
Back row 5th from left is Jack Scott from AM Morgan & Son, and Registrar for Kirkwall
Added by Louise Cormack on 27 May 2009
Front Row, Right Sid Watson: Middle Row, Right ? Hutchison
Added by Bill Wilson on 30 May 2009
front middle with ball archie findlay?
Anonymous comment added on 05 June 2009
I asked my mother who is now 91years of age if she could remember the names - back row from the left Mr Goodall(teacher), ? Sinclair (Finstown), unknown, David Scott (Shapinsay), Jack Scott (my father), Fred Buchanan (his father was a solicitor in Kirkwall), Albert Begg (teacher, went to Huntly) middle row from the left ?Harcus(Glaitness farm), Robert Miller, Jimmy Groundwater(from the shop in Albert St), John McPhail(his father was the Doctor in Dounby), unknown, unknown. Front row from left Jim White (his father was a vet in Kirkwall), Alan Findlay, unknown.
Added by Louise Cormack on 10 June 2009
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