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Dickie Sands

Name: Richard Sands Born: Height: Weight: Position: Left-Half Representative Honours: Northern Ireland: 3 Amateur Caps (1964-1968) . Club Honours: (with Ards) Irish Cup Winner 1968/69 . Club Career: Clubs Seasons Signed Fee League FA Cup Europe Other Bangor - - Amateur - - - - Crusaders 65/66 1965 Amateur *23(0)/2 - - - Ards - 1966 Amateur - - 0(2)/0 - TOTALS £- - - 9(1)/1 - * all domestic games. Biography: Bangor's regular left-half during the early 1960s, Dickie Sands' good form earned him selection for Northern Ireland Amateurs in 1964. After a season with Crusaders he joined Ards where he enjoyed the most successful period of hi

Sam Cowan

Name: Samuel Cowan Born: Height: Weight: Position: Goalkeeper Representative Honours: Northern Ireland: 1 Amateur Cap (1965) . Club Career: Clubs Seasons Signed Fee League FA Cup Other Linfield - - Amateur - - - TOTALS £- - - - Biography: As Linfield's back-up 'keeper through the mid-1960s, Sam Cowan had to play second fiddle to Iam McFaul. He enjoyed his best run in the team during the 1964/65 season, playing a total of nineteen games and earned selection for Amateur Ireland as stand-in for Distillery's Jack Kennedy. Northern Ireland Amateur Cap Details: 03-04-1965 Scotland H D 1-1 Summary: 1/0. Won 0, Drew 1, Lost 0.

Des Cathcart

Name: Desmond Cathcart Born: c.1947 Height: Weight: Position: Outside-Left Representative Honours: Northern Ireland: 3 Amateur Caps (1968-1969) ; Irish League: 3 Caps (1968-1970). Club Honours: (with Linfield) Irish League Champion; Irish Cup Runner-Up 1967/68, 1972/73 ; Gold Cup Winner; City Cup Winner 1967/68 ; Ulster Cup Winner; Blaxnit Cup Winner 1970/71 ; (with Ards) Irish Cup Winner 1973/74 ; Gold Cup Winner 1973/74 ; Ulster Cup Winner 1973/74 ; Blaxnit Cup Winner 1973/74. Club Career: Clubs Seasons Signed Fee League FA Cup Europe Other Linfield - - Amateur - - 7(1)/0 - Ards - c/s-73 - - - 2(0)/1 - TOTALS £- - - 9(1)/1 - Biography: Dessie Cathcart was Linfield's regular outside-left through the

Willie Hooper

Name: William F. Hooper Born: Died: Height: Weight: Position: Centre-Forward Representative Honours: Ireland: 1 Amateur Cap / 1 Goal (1909) . Club Honours: (with Bohemians) Irish Cup Winner 1907/08 , Runner-Up 1902/03, 1908/09, 1910/11. Club Career: Clubs Seasons Signed Fee League FA Cup Other Bohemians - - Amateur - - - TOTALS £- - - - Biography: The younger brother of Dick Hooper , Willie replaced his sibling in the Ireland Amateurs side that avoided defeat for the first time ever with a 4-4 draw against England at Elland Road, Leeds. The two brothers played alongside each other many times for Bohemians, indeed they were both among the scorers as the Bohs lifted their only Irish Cup following a 3-1 final replay win over Shelbourne. More to follow. Wikipedia Ireland Amateur

Dick Hooper

Name: Richard M. Hooper Born: Died: Height: Weight: Position: Centre-Forward Representative Honours: Ireland: 3 Amateur Caps / 1 Goal (1906-1909) . Club Honours: (with Bohemians) Irish Cup Winner 1907/08 , Runner-Up 1899/00, 1908/09 ; Leinster Senior League Champion; Leinster Senior Cup Winner. Club Career: Clubs Seasons Signed Fee League FA Cup Other Bohemians - - Amateur - - - TOTALS £- - - - Biography: Elder brother of Willie Hooper , Dick was a prolific goalscorer for Bohemians in the first decade of the 20th Century as the club moved from the Leinster League to the Irish League in 1902. He helped the Bohs to four Irish Cup finals. He scored twice in the 1908 replay win over Shelbourne, appeared in defeats to Cliftonville in 1900 and 1909, but missed out on the 1903 final defeat by Dist

Charlie Magwood

Name: Charles J. Magwood Born: Died: Height: Weight: Position: Left-Half Representative Honours: Ireland: 1 Amateur Cap (1911). Club Honours: (with Bohemians) Irish Cup Runner-Up 1910/11 ; Leinster Senior Cup Winner. Club Career: Clubs Seasons Signed Fee League FA Cup Other Bohemians - - Amateur - - - TOTALS £- - - - Biography: To follow. Wikipedia Ireland Amateur Cap Details: 18-11-1911 England A L 0-2 Summary: 1/0. Won 0, Drew 0, Lost 1.

Brian Jennings

ColeraineFC.com Name: Brian Jennings Born: c.1944, Newry Height: Weight: Position: Left-Winger Representative Honours: Northern Ireland: 8 Amateur Caps / 1 Goal (1967-1973). Club Honours: (with Coleraine) Irish League Champion 1973/74 ; Irish Cup Winner 1971/72, 1974/75, 1976/77 ; Gold Cup Winner 1968/69, 1975/76 ; Ulster Cup Winner; City Cup Winner 1968/69 ; Blaxnit Cup Winner 1968/69, 1969/70 ; Top Four Cup Winner 1968/69. Club Career: Clubs Seasons Signed Fee League FA Cup FL Cup Europe Other Newry Town - - Amateur (Irish League B Division) Portadown - - Amateur - - - - - Coleraine - Oct-65 Amateur - - - 11(0)/2 - TOTALS £0 - - - 11(0)/2
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