We enjoyed a lovely sunny day yesterday to help celebrate the induction of the latest three members into our Hall Of Fame.
ROY OSBORNE is one of the club's most prolific goalscorers and played in the 1963 Amateur Cup Final. He later became first team manager and had two terms as caretaker as well as serving on the board of directors.
CRAIG DUNDAS is something of a cult hero at The Lane, with almost a hundred goals to his name in over 400 appearances and a battling style that thrills supporters and can strike fear into the opposition.
PAUL DOSWELL has been the architect of the club's rise from the Ryman League to the National League, winning two league championships and taking us to the 5th Round of the FA Cup this season, as well as driving the ground improvement plans and championing the 3G pitch.
All three are deserving recipients of this honour to stand alongside the other members of the Hall of Fame who have contributed so much to the history of this club.