Paramedics from the South Central Ambulance Service pronounced the man dead. dead on the stage.
The site is located next to a mixed secondary school, community center and hockey club.
“Keep Stella Cool”
Tribute was left on site for payment tribute Mr Simes, who was reportedly dog lover himself.
One tribute read: “Wig, mine brother From another mother, will miss you very much. Love you, fly high, keep Stella cool.”
“Remembering the warmest memories of growing up together. It won’t be the same round here with out you. Keep on pompous, a lot of love,” read another.
Mr Simes brother Martin visited the park, where flowers and messages were placed on the field as a shrine.
AT tribute to his brother, who was known almost universally by the nickname “Wiggie”, Martin said: past thirty hours were quite shocking and very hard to really understand what happened and why.
“Thanks for all messages and tributes for my brother. Very touching to see flowers and messages left on the field.
“It’s crazy to think of all the memories that I had playing football on this field and my laughter in school just I wiped myself out of the situation that happened.
He added: “The facts are that he was out walking dog something he loved to do, and, sadly, he died doing what he loved.
“I don’t overly religious but I believe you are going to a better place and no doubt he will up there already walk your dogs.
“Back with your kids AJ and Roxy and in loving hands of Mom and Nan.
Martin said people rushed to help his brother after attack. He said: “In people These were on scene from start should be very proud of how they reacted to the situation.
“They tried their best in very bad the situation is not one should must pass.”