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Cockburn High School, under 13's team, 1962 winners of the Falkingham Trophy

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Cockburn High School, under 13
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May 1962. Image shows the under 13's team of Cockburn High School pictured in 1962 when they were the proud winners of the Falkingham Trophy as a result of the match played at Elland Road. They are; back row, from left to right, Philip Sumpner, Jeff Wilson, Michael White, Michael Gledhill, Jimmy Waterston, Brian Westerman and Chris MacMillan. On the front row from let to right are, Steven Peacock, Kenneth Ward, Ray Hardy, Phil Coates and Malcolm Hainsworth.

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Name:
Michael White

Comment:
I provided Leodis with this picture after coming across it whilst clearing the loft. I would be interested to hear from anyone who can update me on any of the "lads" in the picture

Date:
14-Aug-2012

Email:
mick.white49@btinternet.com

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Name:
Steve Peacock

Comment:
As a member of the team I remember playing in the final and still have the medal to prove it. However, I thought we lost the match 1-0 (maybe my memory is failing me) and so were runners-up rather than winners. Nevertheless, the final was played in those days at Elland Road, home of Leeds United. I remember clearly going out on to the pitch at the start of the game and was amazed how big the pitch seemed - it was immense. What an experience! I think the photograph was taken in the garden of Burton House on Burton Avenue, Hunslet. I also once went with Mick White on the train to Derby with, I think, Brian Westerman to watch Leeds United play Derby at the Baseball ground. Mick was a nephew of the great John Charles who had just returned from Juventus to play for Leeds. At the ground, Big John came outside and gave Mick tickets for us to get in to see the match. What a treat for us.

Date:
28-Nov-2012

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Name:
Michael White

Comment:
Steve. Nice to see your comments.We must have won as we have the trophy in the picture,I still have my medal also. Big John was my brother in law.

Date:
10-Dec-2012

Email:
mick.white49@btinternet.com

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Name:
Steve Peacock

Comment:
Mick, Glad to hear from you again. Sorry about my confusion regarding your relationship with Big John. However, I have been in touch with the present Cockburn School (which used to be Parkside in our schooldays) about the match and Peter Nuttall, the Director of Community Relations, has kindly given me the following extract from the school magazine of 1962: “FOOTBALL Under 13s: Under the captaincy of Hardy, the School had a successful season, winning all but two of their games. Unfortunately, one of these defeats was by Green Lane (1-0) in the final of the Falkingham Trophy, when the team gave its worst display of the season.” As you point out, there is a trophy on the ground. Was it a runners-up trophy perhaps, or something else?

Date:
30-Jan-2013

Email:
stpeacock@btinternet.com

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Name:
Michael White

Comment:
Steve: Thanks for your info,it must be old age creeping up.Do you know anything about the other lads in the team ??

Date:
14-Feb-2013

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Name:
Steve Peacock

Comment:
Mick: I wonder if the trophy was linked to the successfu season - league cup winners? I don't remember. Like you the grey cells are not what they used to be. Only person on the photo I've seen in 'recent' times was Jimmy Waterstone. It was about 5 or 6 years ago. He was still living in Leeds and working for BT. He was going to retire soon after I saw him. Don't know about any of the others though.

Date:
25-Mar-2013

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stpeacock@btinternet.com

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Name:
leedsloiner

Comment:
Was Phillip Sumpner the brother of Richard Sumpner who used to attend Hunslet Moor school and play in the same teams as me Early 50s/60s? Teachers in charge Mr Phillips and Mr Jones

Date:
28-Apr-2015

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Carole McCulloch (Atkinson)

Comment:
Nice to see this photo. Some of the team were in my class at Cockburn. I especially remember Steve Peacock and Phil Coates. I think this was definitely the grounds of Burton House, across the road from Cockburn which was used for the sixth form. How young everyone looks! I wonder where the years have gone.

Date:
28-Apr-2016

Email:
caroletdf@aol.co.uk

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Name:
Darryl Johnson

Comment:
In response to Leeds Loiner's question regarding the Sumpner brothers, Philip was indeed the brother of Richard or 'Ricky' as we knew him. Ricky attended Cockburn himself but a little belatedly. I think he was at Parkside to begin with but may have passed the 14 Plus to get to Cockburn or perhaps he just come for his 'A' levels. Concerning the Falkingham Trophy question, sorry lads you did lose. I have a moth eaten copy of the programme as I was in the team that won the Schools Cup the same night. We beat Matthew Murray 8-0. If it's any consolation we were hammered in the Falkingham Trophy 2-7 by Cross Green in our Under 13 year. Very traumatic as we were 2-1 up at half time. To Michael White, commiserations regarding the demise of JC. A magnificent sportsman and, I'm told, a very nice man. How Leeds United could use him now.

Date:
08-Aug-2016

Email:
darrylj100@gmail.com

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Name:
Darryl Johnson

Comment:
Apologies first of all for the typing errors in my previous comment. Please be assured that my time at 'grammar' school was not entirely in vain. More importantly, I omitted to say that scans of the programme to which I referred and a short report in the YEP on both the Under 13s and Under 15s matches played that evening are available on request to interested parties via Email below.

Date:
09-Aug-2016

Email:
darrylj100@gmail.com

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