CARMARTHEN WANDERERS RFC
Extract from the Carmarthen Journal 5th August 1927 – “Above we reproduce a photograph of the Carmarthen Wanderers, a team which played at the Football Tournament held at Pembroke Dock on Good Friday 1893, when they carried off the prize. The players, nine in number, are seen wearing the medals which they gained on that occasion. Mr. D. G. Jones, Little Water Street acted as reserve, the others present being supporters.
Standing: DAVID DAVIES (Carpenter, Waterloo Tce.), HAYDN WILLIAMS (Wine merchant, King Street), GEO JOHNSON (son of the late Mr Johnson, theatrical proprietor), JOHN LEWIS (a former bank clerk in the town),
Seated: DAVID J. JONES (Little Water St), JAMES DAVIES (Water St), FRED MORGAN (Brother of Mr Edwin Morgan – dentist), HARRY LEWIS (Butcher, Waterloo Terrace), ARTHUR PRICE (Son of the late Workhouse Master), DAVID THOMAS (3, Towy View), D. H. R. THOMAS (Brother of Dr. Rowley Thomas).
In Front: GWILYM DAVIES (Abergwili), WILLIAM WILLIAMS (Orchard St, at one time employed at the Town Clerk’s Office in Hall St).
Supplied by Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru / The National Library of Wales