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Jock Cunningham

Supposed to be at centre-forward but in Slough's fluid attack spent his time harrying the defence and making the openings.

Jock has looked forward to games against Aylesbury, for it was at Aylesbury that he got his first chance in senior amateur football. He joined Aylesbury while serving with t the R.A.F. and before that he was with South Liverpool in the semi-professional Lancashire Combination. Jock, was a policeman at Slough for nearly three years, turned out for a couple of games for Aspro in the District League but most of his football in this town has been confined to matches for Slough Police.

When he was living at Aylesbury, Jock McCullum, who was then team manager, gave him a chance and he was in the first team for some time as a left-half. He played against Slough on three occasions but can't remember being on the winning side.

Jock, who lived on the Uxbridge Road, took some time to play in a losing first team at the Dolphin. He missed an early defeat, against Carshalton, being on duty, and the two other defeats away from home were before he was introduced to the attack.

Featured in almost every outfield position during his three season spell with the Rebels that was interrupted for a brief period when he was player-coach at Marlow. He tried his hand as a player-coach with Spartan Leaguers Marlow Town, but her soon decided it was not for for him and returned to Slough Town. Moved on to Iver.

A Slough Policeman, Jock, lived at Uxbridge Road with his wife and their two sons, David and Paul.


Statistics

First Appearance: 14-09-1963 vs Worthing
First Goal: 07-12-1963 vs Edgware
Position: Striker
Total STFC Appearances: 21
Total STFC Goals: 3

Matches Played

Match Date Home Team Score Away Team Competition Goals Cards Report
15-02-1964Worthing4-0Slough TownMemorial Shield--Report
08-02-1964Windsor & Eton2-0Slough TownB&B Senior Cup--Report
01-02-1964Slough Town5-0Didcot TownB&B Senior Cup1-Report
25-01-1964Newbury Town0-4Slough TownB&B Senior Cup--Report
11-01-1964Slough Town2-1Chesham UnitedLeague--Report
04-01-1964Chesham United2-1Slough TownLeague--Report
28-12-1963Slough Town4-1UxbridgeLeague1-Report
21-12-1963Wembley1-6Slough TownLeague--Report
14-12-1963Slough Town0-3LeatherheadLeague--Report
07-12-1963Slough Town4-2EdgwareMemorial Shield1-Report
23-11-1963Letchworth2-1Slough TownLeague--Report
16-11-1963Slough Town2-1WembleyLeague--Report
09-11-1963Wokingham Town4-1Slough TownFA Amateur Cup--Report
02-11-1963Epsom1-2Slough TownLeague--Report
26-10-1963Slough Town2-0Aylesbury UnitedFA Amateur Cup--Report
19-10-1963Erith2-1Slough TownLeague--Report
12-10-1963Slough Town6-0Hungerford TownFA Amateur Cup--Report
05-10-1963Slough Town5-1Chalfont St PeterFA Amateur Cup--Report
28-09-1963Chalfont St Peter1-1Slough TownFA Amateur Cup--Report
21-09-1963Edgware0-3Slough TownLeague--Report
14-09-1963Slough Town3-1WorthingLeague--Report
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Tuesday, 11th December

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Lost 2-1 (Home)

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League Table [Full Stats]

Pos Team Pld Pts
13 St Albans City 19 27
14 Eastbourne Borough 20 27
15 Slough Town 18 25
16 Hampton & Richmond Borough 19 25
17 Dulwich Hamlet 20 22

Top Goalscorers [Full Stats]

Pos Name Goals
1 James Dobson 10
2 Ben Harris 6
3 Chris Flood 4
4 Louie Soares 3
5 Lee Togwell 2
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