Left, football legends from left to right back: Frank Clark, Jim
Scott, Willie Johnston, John McNamee, Colin Stein.
GOOD OLD DAYS: Billingham Rugby Union Club 1971-1972, pictured back row from left, Malcolm Bee, Ron Jackson, Dave Young Derek Bousfeld, Nobby Clark, Jim
Beatie, Keith Watkins and Alan Munkley and front row left to right, John Archer, Ken Mitchell, Ken Clark, Dave Ousby, Jack Goodfellow and Jim Short and the club, above, in the 1970-71 season
The Plymouth boss has four former SPL players in his squad - Chris Clark, Jim
Paterson, David McNamee and Steven MacLean.
Players who attended last night's reunion dinner, in the order they were introduced, were: Alan Warboys, Steve Derrett, John Parsons, Barrie Jones, Derek Showers, Richie Morgan, Jimmy McInch, Peter King, Brian Clark, Jim
Eadie, Dave Carver, Don Murray, Leighton Phillips, Gary Bell, Mel Sutton, Ian Gibson, Bobby Woodruff, Nigel Rees, Brian Clark, George Johnston, Roger Gibbins and Carl Dale.
That's why I'm looking to a bunch of average hitters to give the Big Two all the trouble they want, in particular Tim Clark, Jim
Furyk, Mark Hensby, Fred Funk and Billy Mayfair.
NBB said additional governing board members include Jim Boushka, John Campbell, Bob Clark, Jim
Conway, Gene Gebolys, Michael Langenhorst, Bob Metz, Jeff Nelson, Richard Prascher, Ed Ulch and David Womack.
DaDa FEST 2002 - Merseyside's disability and deaf arts festival - swings into action on Saturday at the Arts Centre, Myrtle Street, Liverpool, with an exciting line-up of The Nasty Girls, Laurence Clark, Jim
Bennet, Claire Lewis and Ramesh Meyyappan.
The Veterans Committee will include Ann Clark, Jim
Dougherty, Ann Hoyt, and M.
AL (12) - Larry Barnett, Gary Cederstrom, Al Clark, Jim
Joyce, Chuck Meriwether, Dave Phillips, Mike Reilly, Rick Reed, Rocky Roe, Dale Scott, Tim Tschida, Larry Young.
Articles were written by the Democrat's own star football coverage team, including Schoffel, Corey Clark, Jim
Lamar, Jim Henry and Natalie Pierre-Maliqi.
On Thursday Bob Moncur, David Craig, Frank Clark, Jim
Iley, Gordon Marshall, Ron McGarry, and Willie Penman, who were led to victory under manager Joe Harvey, will take centre stage.
Fortunately we have been given all the names, who are, along the back row from left to right: Malcolm Bee, Ron Jackson, Dave Young Derek Bousfeld, Nobby Clark, Jim
Beatie, Keith Watkins and Alan Munkley.