I found an old newspaper article written by a Mr Bob Russell in the 1970's. He mentions the club being in residence at Breakheart Lane in the year that we lost 4-1 at Everton. He said in his article that the club were due to play away at Gray Thurrock in the Southern League and at home to Basingstoke in the Hants League at Easter. Only three amateur players turned up for the trip to Gray Thurrock and he mentions that soon after this that the Breakheart Lane ground was sold off to pay a club debt which effectively was the end of Poole FC. Some time after this episode, some of the old Poole stalwarts arranged a meeting to be held in the stockrooms of the late Ald W. Sticklands premises in Wimborne Road. The late Ald C.Stokes offered to let us have a piece of land at the back of his shop at the Old Farm, by Oakdale schools.This was accepted and a committee was formed. Hope this helps.
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Thank you very much WelshDolphin. in fact not only the football ground but the old ancestral home. Denby Lodge was on Fernside Rd(demolished) and i grew up in Denby Cot(Demolished) on what was then Lester Rd. Most of the the post war homes in the vicinity were built By Clifford Brewer the original promoter of Poole Pirates. The bikes were serviced in the Old Barn and great names such as Joe Bowkiss,Charlie Haydon were seen in the area. The Barn was converted to flats and AFAIK still extant on Brailswood rd (#32?) I see SL foootball is due to resume(we hope) on December 2nd which will be a day early birthday present for the Expat!! Stay well everyone