Led captain

An obsequious follower or attendant.

See also: Led

References in classic literature ?
Wagg, the celebrated wit, and a led captain and trencher-man of my Lord Steyne, was caused by the ladies to charge her; and the worthy fellow, leering at his patronesses and giving them a wink, as much as to say, "Now look out for sport," one evening began an assault upon Becky, who was unsuspiciously eating her dinner.
Jean Paul Farrugia somehow kept the ball in on the left and neat team interplay led captain Schembri to take aim, fizzing a low shot narrowly across the face of goal.
Canney created the opening which led captain Comer sliding the ball low into the net after just three minutes.
Handing a debut to the Australia-raised bowler added to the uncertainty ahead of the second Test in Leeds, and led captain Michael Vaughan to admit the final XI was a confused selection.
Handing a debut to the Australia-raised bowler added to the uncertainty ahead of the match in Leeds and led captain Michael aughan to admit that the final XI was a confused selection.
By the second-last the Dickinson horses - except the struggling Ashley House - had the race to themselves, and as Bregawn led Captain John to the last, with Wayward Lad close behind and Silver Buck plugging on in fourth, from that little room by the weighing room came the yell: "Come on, my lot
Handing a debut to the Australia-raised bowler added to the uncertainty ahead of the second npower Test in Leeds, and led captain Michael Vaughan to admit the final XI was a confused selection.