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Born: 07 September 1920
Came from: Astor Institute Went to: St Austell
First game: 17 May 1947 Last game: 21 April 1958
Appearances: 441 (441/0) Goals: 2
Pat Jones was born in Plymouth in 1920, but didn't make his Argyle debut until 1947 due to World War II, having previously turned out for Plymouth United and Astor Institute. A diminutive player, he made the Argyle left-back position his own for a twelve-year period, at one time playing an incredible 279 consecutive league games. An ever-present during the 1952 Division Three (South) title winning season, Jones retired in 1958 and moved into non-league football with St Austell.
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APPEARANCE DETAILS [reselect competitions]
The details below reflect appearances in all first-team competitions.
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