World War 1 - Football - Blyth Spartans Munition Girls - Munitionette Cup Winners 1918

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    In 1918, the Munitionettes Cup knock-out competition was held and it attracted 30 teams. Blyth Spartans were the winners, beating Bolckow-Vaughan of Middlesbrough at Ayresome Park in front of a crowd of 22,000, with Bella Reay scoring a hat-trick. Back Row: Hannah Weir, Lizzie James, Nellie Fairless Centre Row: Agnes Sample, Martha O'Brien, Bella Metcalfe Front Row: Dollie Allan, Annie Allan, Bella Reay, Ada Reed(?), Jennie Morgan (photograph courtesy of Yvonne Crawford) In 1921 the Football Association banned women’s football at their grounds.
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    Diego Sideburns
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    Resource type: Image
    Added by: Pat Thomson
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