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Fenwick: George

1910-1913 (Leeds City Player Details)

Outside Left

Born: Durham: 1892

Debut: v Leicester Fosse (h): 08-02-1913

Height & Weight: Unknown

Fenwick started with Shildon Athletic and was signed by Leeds City in January 1913. He quickly made his first team debut as the Outside Left deputy for the popular Fred Croot. City won that game by 5-1 and Fenwick was one of the scorers. He retained his left wing spot for the next five games. After the euphoria of the fine victory over Leicester Fosse the team were brought down to earth in a 6-0 drubbing at the hands of Stockport County but quickly recovered to new heights with a 5-1 home victory over Preston North End, which saw Fenwick’s name once more amongst the scorers as he scored twice. There was then a 2-2 draw at Burnley and a 1-0 home win over Hull City. Fred Croot then recovered from injury and Fenwick never played for City again. After such success it must have come as a surprise to Fenwick when he was not retained by City at the end of the season and he drifted out of professional football.

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