THIS week's first old photograph was sent in by Shaun Sankey of the Bolton at Home Sunday League. It is a picture of Gilnow Vets FC from 1993 â€“ the team he played for in the then Bolton Sunday League. Does it stir up any memories for you or did you play for the team? Are you in the line-up or do you recall how the team fared at the time? The second photograph is one from The Bolton News archives and was published in the November 7 edition.
WANDERERS Under-18s extended their unbeaten run to three matches with a 2-0 victory at Sheffield United on Saturday. Goals from Luca Navarro and Matty Barnes sealed the win in the U18 Professional Development League Roses clashThe Blades began on the front foot playing a direct game to get the ball forward as quickly as possible. However, the young Whites defended stoutly with Max Broughton and Ted Moulden dealing with a plethora of long balls.
THIS week’s rummage around The Bolton News picture archives has unearthed this photo of Miners Arms from January 1996. The only other information with the picture says the team played in the Bolton Sunday League First Division. Can you shed some light on that team? Do you recognise any of the players or are you in the line-up? Do you know the history of the team or how they fared that season?
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