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Born: 15 March 1910
1. Came from: Tavistock Went to: Clapton Orient
1. First game: 28 April 1930 Last game: 26 December 1932
2. Came from: Exeter City Went to: Exeter City
2. First game: 27 January 1940 Last game: 08 June 1940
Appearances: 10 (10/0) Goals: 3
Fellowes started his career in non-league football with Tavistock Town before coming to the attention of Argyle in 1929. Although he spent four full years at Argyle, he only made appearances in the seasons at each end of that period: two in 1929-30 but then not adding another three until 1932-33. He left for Clapton Orient in 1933, where he played 78 times and scored his debut league goal, followed by the short distance north to Luton Town, where he clocked up over a century of appearances in a two-year spell, before returning to the South West with Exeter City in 1938. Records show an eight year association with City, during which he played 56 times, but he did add a further five appearances to his Argyle total in 1939-40 – almost a decade after his first – in the War League whilst still registered as a League player with The Grecians. Leaving St James Park in 1946, he completed his career back where it had all began, with Tavistock Town.
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From Neil Kaufman in Johannesburg on 26/11/2015 ...
Dated: 26th November 2015.
Hi, Neil Kaufman here historian to Leyton Orient. I was wondering if you have the date of death of a former Orient and Plymouth player named Billy Fellowes, I have seen died in Plymouth during November 1987, but no actual date.
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Hope you enjoyed the 1-1 on Tuesday!
APPEARANCE DETAILS [reselect competitions]
The details below reflect appearances in all first-team competitions.
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