Kemp Hadyn Image 1 Notts County 1924

Kemp Hadyn Image 1 Notts County 1924


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Mosborough, Yorkshire born left half Haydn Kemp began his football career with New Bolsover Wesleyans in 1912 and before the First World War he also played for Staveley West End and Anston United. After the War he played for Bolsover Colliery and Bolsover Town before joining Chesterfield Municipal in 1919, where he won the Midland League Championship in 1919-20, from where he was signed by newly relegated Second Division club Notts County in 1920, making his Football League debut at Barnsley that September. Initially a fringe player, he became a regular from November 1921, and helped Notts County win the Second Division Championship in 1923, and he was ever present in their first season back in the top flight, although they were once again relegated in 1926.

Kemp enjoyed 11 seasons at Notts County, scoring 6 times in 312 matches, and his last two seasons also involved relegation and promotion drama as Notts County suffered relegation from the Second Division in 1930 but won the Third Division (North) Championship in 1931, with Kemp playing in two thirds of their matches. He joined Thames Association in the summer of 1931 but had only a season at the London club before they lost their League status after finishing bottom of the Third Division (South), Kemp having scored twice in 28 matches. He returned to the East Midlands and played for Midland League clubs Grantham in 1932 and Heanor Town in 1933 before his eventual retirement.


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