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St Jude's Institute Football Club

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Boys' football club, based at the St Jude's Institute, a mission hall founded by the Reverend Stanley Bolt, vicar of the local church. The club merged with the Christ Church Rangers, to form the Queen's Park Rangers club.

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St Jude's Institute Football Club

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