Larry Doyle ( Dolphin) ex Edenville won Junior cap 1927 and Senior in 1930s later to play for St james Gate 

Larry continued his involement in football with St Josephs Glasthule for many years

Fred Horlecher (Bohemians) International in 1930s  was an all  round sportsman playing Water Polo and Cricket, His family had butcher shops in Dun Laoghaire & Blackrock for many years

Peter Farrell with Bud Aherne and Arther Fitzsimons

ALAN KELLY Born in Sarsfield Street Sallynoggin, but  moved as a young child to Bray played all his schoolboys football in Bray with Culahann Rovers before signing for Bray Wanderers, moved to Drumcondra  and then Preston North End 

Alan became one of the best ever Irish goalkeepers  

Joe Kendrick ( Everton ) v Italy 1927

Joe played with Brooklyn and was selected for the Irish Free State team at the 1924  Paris Olympics the first internationals played by the new state, after which he signed for Everton but never gained a first team place ,returned to Dublin in 1928  to play for Shelbourne and Dolphin.

Joe Kendrick (Everton)  

Benny Henderson ( Drumcondra ) although born in Sandymount, Benny could be considered a Boro' man because he married a girl from Glasthule and lived in the area and worked in Findlaters shop in the town  for many years .

Benny was responsible for arranging the Workman's Club V Drumcondra, St Vincent de Paul  annual charity matches in the 1950s in Congress Park

 PHIL KELLY Born in Dalkey  but moved as a child  to the British Midlands where he signed for Wolves, this photo shows Phil with Irish Team  V Chechoslovacia 1962

Alan Campbell (Santander) capped in 1986/87 ex St Josephs Boys and Shamrock Rovers 

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