Harry Storer and his public house

November 22, 1902
Holloway could not bring their best team to Matlock for their match on Saturday in the second round of the Derbyshire Cup competition. Harry Storer, the erstwhile Liverpool player, who is eligible to play for Holloway, felt obliged to decline a place in the team, as it was Wakes week at Holloway, and he is a licensee of a public house there.
(Source: Derbyshire Times: November 22: 1902)


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