Chris Owen, John Sparrow, Peter Fletcher, John White, John
Hall, Nick Hall, John Appleby and cox Simon Street are looking forward to a reunion which has been 54 years in the making.
"We've lost seven starters in fellas like Paddy Keenan, Shane Lennon, Andy McDonnell, Brian White, John
O'Brien, Mick Fanning - fellas of that calibre.
Besides his parents, he leaves his maternal grandmother Denise Czubek, his paternal grandparents, Eric and Wendy Sanden; his paternal great-grandparents, Ron and Charline Crocker, Carol and Allan Dunn, and Dan and Barbara Sanden; his paternal great-great grandfather Albert Carlson Sr.; aunts and uncles, Karen Czubek, Benjamin Sanden, Nathan Sanden,Cheryl White, John
Czubek and Joseph Czubek; and a cousin, Ava Sanden.
TALENTED SQUAD: Scala Snooker A, looking to enter the record books (L-R) Kieron Semmens, Adam Chorley, Damien Gauchwin, James Burgin, Kevin Gauchwin, Andy White, John
O''Brien, Paul Semmens
Michels Corp.; Elizabeth White, daughter of Martin White, John
Deere Construction and Forestry Div.; Mackenzie Wigal, daughter of Lee Wigal, Leslie Equipment Co.; Sebrina Yan, daughter of Thomas Yan, Associated Pipe Line Contractors Inc.; and Ameena Zaman, daughter of Khalid Zaman, Gulf Interstate Engineering.
They've also got a full strength squad again after luring players like Brian White, John
O'Brien, Brian Donnelly and Colm Judge back into action.
With a four-part mass by William Byrd at its centre, there are also works by Robert White, John
Taverner, Christopher Tye, Walter Lambe and Thomas Tallis.
County match: Away (at Leyland and Farington Club, Yorks names second) - Lee Heaton v Robbie Fitzpatrick , Stewart Kenyon v Scott Fisher, Neil Helm v Nathan Webster, Chris Singleton v Mark Hughes, Derek Ainsworth v James Hanson, Lyndon Carr v Keiren Smith, David Kay v Ian Booth, Ashleigh Woof v Nicky White, John
Hodson v Liam Griffin, Simon Coupe v Chris Mordue, Mark Chester v James Wilcox, James Ball v James Davison.
Eight professional singers and dancers from the UK will perform a 40-minute show at the Festival Square with Glee-style versions of Michael Jackson's Black or White, John
Lennon's Imagine, Queen's Somebody to Love and Katy Perry's Firework.
Scott Buist returns for Brechin while Michael White, John
Ovenstone, Scott Durie and Paul McQuade miss out for the Fifers.
He moved quickly to deny the changes - which see long-time bowling coach Steve Oldham, former England all-rounder Craig White, John
Blain and Kevin Sharp leave the club - were not a "kneejerk reaction" and that they are long overdue.
Moxon insists the changes - which see long-time bowling coach Steve Oldham, former England all-rounder Craig White, John
Blain and Kevin Sharp leave the club - are not a "kneejerk reaction" and that they are long overdue.