Seaforth Fellowship Football Team
Bootle J.O.C. League 1950's
 
One of the top teams in the J.O.C. winning the league many times, also major trophys
With Thanks to Flo Heath wife of Chick for the photograph

Thanks also to Dave Ellison for sending the photograph and information
The late "Chick" Heath seated 1st left on the front row was the youngest player to play for Everton (15yrs of age) the match was against Stoke City, May 20th 1945, Everton won 3-2 and finished runners-up in the wartime league.

Chick was also a youth International 1946/47 for the N.A.B.C. he was chosen from Litherland Boys Club, he won two caps for England. In December 1946 and January, April 1947 he played for Liverpool County Football Association.

Seated also on the front row is "Chicks" two brothers, Jake Heath (4th from left) and the late Eddie Heath at the end. Johnny Driscoll (standing at the end of the second row) was the Trainer. Bill Charlton (centre of row) the Goalkeeper.

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