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|Full name||Anthony Kellow|
|Date of birth||1 May 1952|
|Place of birth||Falmouth, Cornwall, UK|
|Date of death||20 February 2011(aged 58)|
|Place of death||Truro, Cornwall, UK|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
He was born in Budock Water, a village near Falmouth, and on leaving school he found employment in Falmouth Docks as an electrician, later turning out for the Falmouth Docks football side. At the age of seventeen he played in the South Western Football League for Penzance AFC, helping them win the Cornwall Senior Cup in 1973. He then moved to his home-town side Falmouth Town, before moving back to play for Penzance in 1974/75, winning a South Western League championship medal. In 1975 he returned to Falmouth Town.
A centre-forward, his professional career began when he signed for Exeter City from Falmouth Town in 1976, for a fee of £12,000. Tony won the Football Leagues "Golden Boot" in 1980/81 for being the highest goal scorer in all four divisions. He was sold to Blackpool, in November 1978, for £125,000, which was Blackpool's record outlay at the time.
Kellow died on 20 February 2011, in Truro's Treliske Hospital, of kidney failure, after being found unconscious at his Budock Water (Nr. Falmouth) home. He was 58 years old. His funeral service was held at St Budock Parish Church on 28 February 2011, and his body was then cremated at Truro's Penmount Crematorium. A memorial stone in honour of Tony stands close to the Trelowarren Arms pub in Budock Water and a shrine to him is inside the pub where he was a very popular figure.
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