Cecil Smith, born June 16, 1907 (there are no players born on June 15).
A native of Hounslow, Cecil had an unusual career at Brentford, making a sole appearance in each of his three seasons with the Bees.
In November 1936, the half-back signed for Rovers, but despite playing in all their remaining games that season he couldn’t prevent them being relegated from Division Two.
He was a regular performer for Rovers, who were back in Division Three (North) in 1937-38 but the following season he found himself behind Bob McFarlane and Adam Mitchell for the half-back role.
He left Rovers at the end of the 1938-39 season and seems to have drifted out of football. He died in 1990, aged 83. His Rovers record was 76 appearances and two goals.