|First-class span||1922 - 1925|
DAY, SYDNEY ERNEST, who died on July 7, aged 86, played from 1922 to 1925 for Kent, of which county he was President in 1954. He was a brother of S. H. and A. P. Day. Educated at Malvern, he did not find a place in the XI. A capital Association footballer, he played at outside-right for Old Malvernians and the Corinthians.
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