Ken Wilkins

Ken Wilkins Position: Forward


Led the first-team attack upon joining the club. Ken, who at 19 years old, got his chance with the Rebels when Terry Moiling was posted to Kenya and it is interesting to note that he has succeeded in scoring in every match except two, in which he has played in the start of his Slough career.

Ken, who is a progress chaser by occupation, started in senior football with Queen's Park Rangers. He worked on the ground staff and played for the "A" and Reserves sides. Before that he had a few matches with Uxbridge “A” and on leaving Queen's Park Rangers joined St Albans in November of last year and played in both the Reserves and first team.

While at school he played for the Southall District side and the London Schools team and turned out in practically every position on the field.

Since his first game with the Rebels against Carshalton, in the Final of the Combination Cup, Ken has scored seven goals, including a hat-trick against Amersham and was second in the goal table to “penalty king” Les Patterson.

Later played for Uxbridge.


First Appearance Appearances First Goal Goals
07-09-1960 vs Carshalton Ath 11 07-09-1960 vs Carshalton Ath 9


Match Date Home Score Away Competition Goals Cards
04-03-1961 Slough Town 1-3 Leatherhead League Match report
25-02-1961 Chesham United 1-2 Slough Town B&B Senior Cup Match report
26-12-1960 Maidenhead United 2-0 Slough Town League Match report
15-10-1960 Slough Town 3-5 Newbury Town FA Amateur Cup Match report
08-10-1960 Slough Town 4-3 Epsom League Match report
01-10-1960 Bletchley 1-2 Slough Town FA Amateur Cup Match report
24-09-1960 Carshalton Ath 5-2 Slough Town FA Cup Match report
17-09-1960 Slough Town 10-1 Amersham Town FA Amateur Cup Match report
14-09-1960 Wokingham Town 0-0 Slough Town S. Comb. Cup Match report
10-09-1960 Marlow 0-1 Slough Town FA Cup Match report
07-09-1960 Slough Town 2-4 Carshalton Ath S. Comb. Cup Match report


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