Kingston On Thames from 1908-1909 season.

Kingston started out as the more successful of the teams when the club split at the end of 1907-1908 season and Old Kingstonians were formed. Kingston On Thames won the West Surrey League and Surrey Senior Shield in the first season after that split. They were largely comprised of the "A" Team (reserves) of Kingston On Thames from 1907-1908.

Back Row (L-R); Alf Emms (Assistant secretary), F. Eaves, J. Knight, Freddy French, Fred Rowe, G. Birch, Charles Lilley, George Moorman, J. Burton, B. Stubbs, J. Smith (trainer).

Middle Row (L-R): Alfred North (Secretary), L. Welsh, Billy Steer, Harry Mansey, Harry Crick (Vice Captain), Tom Rutherford Seed (Linesman and former player).

Front Row: (L-R): Arthur Strutt, Danny Emms.

Picture Copyright from Surrey Comet of 15th May 1909 and used with permission.

Old Kingstonians from 1913-1914 season.

Old Kingstonians ended up by far the more successful team by the outbreak of the 1st World War. From 1910 Kingston failed to win any trophies whereas Old Kingstonian had three league titles to their name. In 1913-1914 they won the Southern Suburban League (including the divisional final), the Surrey Senior Cup and Surrey Charity Shield.

Back Row Standing (L-R): T. Wiggins (Secretary), Tom Vinson (Trainer), J. Lincoln, E. Tickner, Freddie Little, David Judd (President), H. Gibson, Pat Sheehy, Frankie Franklin, G. Duffield.
Front Row Seated (L-R): Harry Mansey, Jack Cock, Ernie Palmer, Harry Thayers, Bert Daniells.

Mansey had switched teams and appears in both photos.

Picture Copyright from Surrey Comet of 9th May 1914 and used with permission.