A unique event staged by the Club to meet with players from all ages.
The famous Sunday team with names too numerous to mention - and don't zoom into the picture Chris is holding
David Pointer chats to one of our main and longstanding Sponsors, Kevin Cunningham of Cunninghams Auto
Stanley Youngman (current Deputy Chairman), David Thacker, and Dennis Beckett
Steve Griffiths, former Chairman and local referee, discusses the offside rule with a bemused Vic Harwin
Tony Hook, Stan Youngman, Trevor Shurmer, Chris Carter, Graham Halliwell, Gordon Jermy, Pat Bridges, Dennis Beckett, Mark MacRae, Tony Seaman
Mel and John Howard with Fred English
Gordon Jermy speaks to Howard Evans
Terry Howard and Vic Harwin
Zeph Eastell (he hasn't changed since the 70's) and Graham Halliwell (neither has he) talk about who was the better player....Page or Franklin?
Tim Clarke remembers with Steven Bygrave, Rory English, Fred English, Martin Wicks, Roger Townshend
Tim chats with Jim Edgar with other faces Paul Craske and Pat Bridges in the background
Ian Wilson returns to share memories with Clarkey from the previous run of "exciting years"
Wayne Johnson, another Hempnall favourite
Zeph Eastell discusses one of MacRaes great saves
Former top Hempnall defender Steve Beckett remembers the old days
Even after several pints, Clarkey proves his versatility by managing to get us all in focus
Rory English, Phil Austin and son (former Club mascot on many occasions, apparently) and Rod Canwell
All of the BRF remember the strike against City Reserves in the semi-final of the Senior Cup. It was on video, does anyone have a copy we can pass on to Neil as his has corrupted and he can't prove it to his family!
Packed hall with everybody enjoying the banter
Steve Beckett, Darren Austin, Phil Austin and Charlie McDonald
Great to see Steve Cooper back, with Bernard "Iky" Youngs, Stan Youngman, Dennis Beckett, Steve Cooper, and Danny Brown
Matt Oakley (A team manager) with Ben Ling, Stu Mattos and James Daniels meet the former greats of the Club!
Clarkey discusses the plight of Ipswich Town FC with Micky Jones and (with his back to us) Stuart Siddell
Not looking a day over 40, Russ Munton displays an even longer beard than we remember, but Dave Sillett hasn't changed
The great past player and team Manager, Steve with (nearly as good) son Simon and football widow amused at the antics of slightly inebriated Mr. Austin
Chris shows his dubious picture to Tony Seaman who is clearly impressed by what he is seeing, though Pagey isn't so sure. Geoff Miles, David Pointer amused at the streaker
Teetotal first team players Cuds, Browne and Halliwell enjoy a diet lemonade
Numerous guests in shot
It's true, David Ball was a first team player!
Nigel Mills and Lawrence DeCoteau pose with the legendary poser Nick Page,
Mark Whitmore (now playing for another team not to be mentioned) and Marty Fuller (club coach) discuss their former back four partnership - it wasn't bad at all!
The speedy Aidy Preston, who gave up footy for boxing, discusses the art of defence with the classy former back four player Peter Fell
After having a cheap night behind the bar, Frankie celebrates winning first prize in the raffle
After losing her place in the First Team, Anne Oakley demands a place in Chris Austin's new Sunday side
Some great old names, Tony Hook, Rodney Downing, Gordon Jermy, John Warne, Bernie Youngs, Mick Talbot
Group shot - too many names to mention - But you know who you are.
Group with Delfy, the Storeys and Bruce Rumsby
Cuds amuses Steve Barnes and former club keeper Matt Ducker when discussing the art of goalkeeping, but in line with previous events, it was sufficient to make Browney sick
James Samuel, Chris Carter, Peter Fell and Steve Griffiths enjoy a pint or two, reminiscing about who was the slowest - Pete, marginally you I would say.
It was great to see former club President, Jim Rodger and continuing supporter Lawrence Chapman attend
Chris Carter (super striker, that's how he remembers it) and Tony Seaman (and wife) reminisce
Chris Austin cosies up to old friends Gordon Jermy and Graham Brighton whilst Iky looks on confused