Cup fever, the sad ref and bloody Blandford - 1909-10
|Yeovil football club 1909-10|
Eighty crowded into ex-President Maynard's Borough Restaurant for the now annual Dinner and Dance, the usual endless toast were given and songs sung. After the previous season they club had alot to celebrate. Special guest this time being Mr Frowde from the Dorset FA a man who had played against the club even before the Casuals were formed, which he reminded everyone in his speech.
A presentation was given to honoury treasurer Mr Ernest Davis for many years an important and much loved figure in the club, being one of the founding members. Mr. Davis, a teetotal strong member of the church, was a man who could best be described as 'busy'. A member of the town council, committee member of the Cricket club, gymnatics club, swimming club and horticultural society and ran the Boys Brigade. He also represented the town at water polo and was a qualified referee who a few months later ran the line in the FA Cup tie between Plymouth Argyle and Tottenham Hotspur.
|Mr Ernest Davis 1910|
|Fred 'Johnny' Hayward in 1909|
|Shaftesbury FC circa 1910|
|Clapton FC circa 1910|
|Boscombe FC early 1900's|
|Yeovil and District league winners medal presented to Hutchins of Petters in 1910.|