Sorry never reconized you from that pic tbhThat photo was one of mine. (left to right): Richard Watts; Mick (Dye?) [no longer goes]; Shaun; myself; Paul (Kempton?)[no longer goes]. Photo taken on my camera by Jane [no longer goes]
The 1932 Amateur Cup semi-final against Kingstonian with an attendance of 27,000 was played at Selhurst Park.Interesting little article on the glory days of Dulwich
Probably man have seen before , but worth a look
The Non-League 100: Dulwich Hamlet in the ’30s – heroes in pink and blue
There's either an incredible co-incidence or the Mercury probably has the wrong name.Shropshire Cricket
Mr. Harry Beaumont, was an all-round sportsman. he played cricket for Shropshire and football for Dulwich Hamlet FC. and was head at All Saints’ School, Wellingborough
Northampton Mercury - Friday 28 February 1941
Not the first league game. From memory we played league games from our second season . We seem to have started playing mid season in our first season, quite common then, and to have played friendlies until our second season. Press reports as early as this are rare though so please keep posting.