William Cunningham on trial at Exeter City


August 26, 1925
The final practice match of the Exeter City teams take place at St. James’ Park, Exeter, this evening when two new players will be on view. William Cunningham, a left half from Mid-Rhondda (who was a understudy at Liverpool to Bromilow, and Barrow, having played 39 games in season 1923-24, weighs 11st. 7lbs. and stands 5ft. 7½in.

A Scottish centre forward with a big reputation is John Quinn, who was with Motherwell in 1923-24, and was exchanged for Cringan, the Third Lanark centre half. He participated in Lanark’s trial match two weeks ago, and scored four out of five. He stands 5ft. 8 ins. and weighs 11st. 7lb. Both men are at Exeter on a month trial.
(Exeter and Plymouth Gazette: August 26, 1925)

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