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Seaside Rovers, Balintore
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Seaside Rovers, Balintore

This picture was provided by Kate. Names have been provided by Jo Mackenzie. She suggests this picture was taken c.1950.

Back row l-r:David Vass from Shandwick, Roddie Mclennan (Mandy Rhind's dad), David (Tag's son), Archie MacRae, Iain MacPherson, John McAngus (Helen Fisher's brother)
Front row l-r: Johnny Vass,Frank Ross Andrew Ross (Rita's son), David Clark (Hilton,I think) , don't know the last one but think it could be Donnie Patience ,Hilton.

Kate came back with these names which agree up to the last two.What do you think?

Balintore Rovers FC (probably in the 1950s)
Back row, l-r: David Vass (Shandwick), Roddy Maclennan (Fearn), David (Skinner? Balintore), Archie Macrae (Balintore), Iain Macpherson (Balintore), John MacAngus (Balintore)
Front row, l-r: Johnny Vass (Balintore), Frank Ross (Hilton), Andrew Ross, James Robb (Shandwick), Donnie Vass (Shandwick )

Picture added on 05 July 2011
Between David Vass and goalkeeper David Skinner is Fearn bus driver Gregor Munro and not Roddie MacLennan, the rest are correct with James Robb and Donnie Vass the last two. Seaside Rovers under 18 team.
Added by William McRae on 25 June 2012
Seeking ancestors of David MacRae born 1806 in Balintore, Ross-shire, emigrated with daughter Harriett to Australia 1857. Married Elizabeth Wise 1830. Children Lucy, Robert and Harriett. Elizabeth died giving birth to Harriett.
Added by David Jones on 06 November 2014
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