Swinfen Reg Image 1 Queen’s Park Rangers 1940

Swinfen Reg Image 1 Queen’s Park Rangers 1940


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Battersea, London born right back Reg Swinfen began his football career with Civil Service in 1935 and joined Third Division (South) Queen’s Park Rangers in March 1936, making his debut as an inside right against Clapton Orient in September 1936, scoring a hat-trick against Newport County in March 1937 in a 6-2 win at Loftus Road in one of only 7 appearances in his debut season. He made only 3 appearances in 1937-38, but played 22 games, scoring twice in 1938-39, with him playing centre forward in four of those appearances. He played both sides of the Second World War for Rangers, but made only 5 appearances after the War before joining Yeovil Town in 1947 after 7 goals in 39 appearances. He joined Tonbridge in 1948 and Crawley Town in 1949, where he finished his career.

NB In the photograph he challenges Arsenal goalkeeper George Marks, almost certainly during a wartime league fixture.

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