Sorry about the confusion in the first post,but thanks to everyone who managed to unearth all the detailsLoved reading that programme.
I'd almost forgotten about the Raleigh Restaurant in Waltons and the Hinton Lake shop in the High Street.
Interesting too that St Lukes had been playing Association Football since 1866 - just three years after the first set of rules were written.
Thanks to dontpassback for the original post which, after a few entertaining missteps, let to unearthing this little treasure.
As Alan Pinkney is in the back row for the team photo I'll have to keep guessing as to what colour his other knee was.
Great spot DPB - and to think that you were around 10 when the game took place, indelibly burned in your memory !Sorry about the confusion in the first post,but thanks to everyone who managed to unearth all the details
In today's parlance, he provided the assist for Alan BanksThink Pinkney, although still a student, was in the team that played Man U in 68.
He sure did - I wuzz there !In today's parlance, he provided the assist for Alan Banks