History of Warwickshire Police Sports Club in photos

Back Row:(L TO R) Insp Mackie, Mr Stanley, Assistant Chief Constable PC Gregory, DC McGill, PC Cripps, PC Excell, PC Hughes, PC Storer, Mr Jarvis (referee), Sgt Dyas (Secretary) Lt Col. G.C.White, Chief Constable. Front Row: PC Turner, PC Fretwell, PC Hunt, PC Price and Captain PC Bower
Back Row:(L TO R) Insp Mackie, Mr Stanley, Assistant Chief Constable PC Gregory, DC McGill, PC Cripps, PC Excell, PC Hughes, PC Storer, Mr Jarvis (referee), Sgt Dyas (Secretary) Lt Col. G.C.White, Chief Constable.
Front Row: PC Turner, PC Fretwell, PC Hunt, PC Price and Captain PC Bower

 

COUNTY TEAM 1961 – 62 Back Row:(L to R) Bill Homans, Alan Fields, Albert Peachy, George Forsyth. Middle Row: Stan Moreton, Frank Hextall, Jim Brown, Derek Gowling, Dave Matthews, John Arden. Front Row: Bill Leitch, George Turner, Brian Bailey, Lyn Attwood, Ken Parkes
COUNTY TEAM 1961 – 62
Back Row:(L to R) Bill Homans, Alan Fields, Albert Peachy, George Forsyth.
Middle Row: Stan Moreton, Frank Hextall, Jim Brown, Derek Gowling, Dave Matthews, John Arden.
Front Row: Bill Leitch, George Turner, Brian Bailey, Lyn Attwood, Ken Parkes

 

SPORTS DAY, TUG OF WAR – 1964
SPORTS DAY, TUG OF WAR – 1964

 

LYN ATTWOOD (CAPTAIN) RECEIVING WARWICK HOSPITAL CUP FROM GEORGE CURTIS – COVENTRY CITY CAPTAIN AND LATER MANAGER – 1964-65 Left to right: George Curtis, Chris Heap, Lyn Attwood, Bob Baker, Dave Matthews, Ivor Milbourne, Derek Humber, Bill Hewitt, George Turner, Derek McDonald, Robin Warwood.
LYN ATTWOOD (CAPTAIN) RECEIVING WARWICK HOSPITAL CUP FROM GEORGE CURTIS –
COVENTRY CITY CAPTAIN AND LATER MANAGER – 1964-65
Left to right: George Curtis, Chris Heap, Lyn Attwood, Bob Baker, Dave Matthews, Ivor Milbourne,
Derek Humber, Bill Hewitt, George Turner, Derek McDonald, Robin Warwood.

 

INSP LES BARNETT – GOLD MEDAL WINNER AT 400 METRES – 1977
INSP LES BARNETT – GOLD MEDAL WINNER AT 400 METRES – 1977

 

PC PETER BARNES CROSSES THE LINE TO WIN THE POLICE ATHLETICS ASSOCIATION TEN MILE ROAD RACE AT HENDON, BECOMING THE FIRST OFFICER TO RETAIN THE TITLE – 1987
PC PETER BARNES CROSSES THE LINE TO WIN THE POLICE ATHLETICS
ASSOCIATION TEN MILE ROAD RACE AT HENDON, BECOMING THE FIRST
OFFICER TO RETAIN THE TITLE – 1987

 

THE WARWICKSHIRE TEAM WINNING THE SNOWDON 7 FOR THE FOURTH TIME IN A ROW. PICTURED WITH THE TROPHY (L TO R) ARE PC TERRY PALLISER, SUPT JOHN LEACH, INSP PETE GUILLAUME AND PC CHRIS EDMOND – 1989
THE WARWICKSHIRE TEAM WINNING THE SNOWDON 7 FOR THE FOURTH TIME IN A ROW. PICTURED WITH THE TROPHY (L TO R) ARE PC TERRY PALLISER, SUPT JOHN LEACH, INSP PETE GUILLAUME AND PC CHRIS EDMOND – 1989

 

SGT JOHN TIMMIS WHO WON BOTH THE ‘SKEET’ AND ‘SPORTING GUN’ TITLES AT THE POLICE REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP. HE WAS ALSO ONE OF THREE WARWICKSHIRE OFFICERS WHO GAINED SELECTION FOR THE ENGLISH TEAM IN THE HOME INTERNATIONAL EVENT – 1989 Photo courtesy of Heart of England Newspapers.
SGT JOHN TIMMIS WHO WON BOTH THE ‘SKEET’ AND ‘SPORTING GUN’ TITLES AT
THE POLICE REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP. HE WAS ALSO ONE OF THREE
WARWICKSHIRE OFFICERS WHO GAINED SELECTION FOR THE ENGLISH TEAM IN
THE HOME INTERNATIONAL EVENT – 1989
Photo courtesy of Heart of England Newspapers.