Born Arthur Leslie Twohy 1908 Hackney, London, son of Police Constable Henry Patrick Twohy and Ethel Pooley.
Busman for London General Omnibus Co.
Member of the Plaistow United Swimming Club.
His father, Harry Twohy, who reached the rank of Inspector, was a well-known amateur boxer as a young man and ran the Metropolitan Police boxing club.
Twohy’s 1930 attempt slated for 22 August 1930 from Dover. The costs paid for by The L.G.O.C. Sports Association. Trained at Leigh-on-Sea. Trainer was Walter Brickett. No attempt recorded
Mentioned in April 1931 as intending to try again in August 1931 but no attempt recorded
Died Greenwich 1969
Dover Gold Cup aspirants – Northern Daily Mail 23/6/1930
Dover Gold Cup aspirants – Zitenfeld twins, Agnes Nicks, Eva Coleman, E.H. Temme, Connie Gilhead, Miss Burgh, Mr Twohy and Mrs Weidman