World Wide Robins

Dedicated to the people who carry the Harwood flag far and wide

 
Some of the Blackburn & Darwen Robins on the Clayton End at Stanley.   Ian 'Ravanelli'
Some of the Blackburn & Darwen Robins on the Clayton End at Stanley.
From the left: Billy 'The Kid' Hughes, Phil 'The Drommmer' O'Dell, Jimmy 'Mad Dog' Hughes and John 'The Editor' Fenton.
  Ian 'Ravanelli' spreads the 'word' far and wide around the country and you can't get much further than Lands End.
     
Billy 'The Kid' and Jimmy 'Mad Dog' Hughes with their Dad   Ex-Amateur football legend Frank Fenton with ex-Blackburn Rovers, Great Harwood and England legend Ronnie Clayton
Billy 'The Kid' and Jimmy 'Mad Dog' Hughes with their Dad Ian and two 'Harwood Groupies' in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.   At the home of football, the 'real' Theatre of Dreams, the Showground. Ex-Amateur football legend Frank Fenton with ex-Blackburn Rovers, Great Harwood and England legend Ronnie Clayton in the boardroom at Wood Street before a derby game with Darwen.
     
Blackburn and Darwen Robins continue to fly the flag all over the world   Don 'Fitz' Fitzgerald from Carshalton
We will follow the Robins over land and sea-and Bradford! We may not have a football team but the Blackburn and Darwen Robins continue to fly the flag all over the world. Here Billy (off picture), Dave and Jimmy on the pitch at a recent Bradford Park Avenue-Boston game.   Great Harwood Town supporter Don 'Fitz' Fitzgerald from Carshalton shows his colours in Milford Sound, New Zealand.
     
James & William AKA Jimmy 'Mad-Dog' and Billy 'The-Kid'   Billy 'The Kid' Hughes and John Fenton flying the flag for Harwood at Boston United
James & William AKA Jimmy 'Mad-Dog' and Billy 'The-Kid' at the Melbourne Cricket Ground down under.   Billy 'The Kid' Hughes and John Fenton flying the flag for Harwood at Boston United. The Pilgrims extracted revenge for Cammell Laird's 7-0 thrashing of the Robins a few years ago.
     
 
Surrey Robins' Chairman Don Fitzgerald teaching the Aussies about 'real' futty.   Fitz gets around more than the Beach Boys and here he is at a Haka Party in Rotorua New Zealand with the Maori Branch of the GHTFC Supporters Club. Fitz is the good looking one in the middle!
 
 
Those arms are getting tired but he's keeping the colours flying at the famous Sydney Bridge.
 
Mr Sparks from India
     
   
'In this country, head-hunting a manager means trying to prise him from his current club but in Borneo it means trying to prise his head from his shoulders!. Once this group of natives found out I was a Great Harwood Town supporter, they were more than happy to join our world wide fan club.
   
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

 

 

   
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