By Audlem Webteam - 30th June 2012 7:03am
...from sixty years ago
The surviving members of the Cox Bank Methodist Youth Alliance who were part of a succssful football team in the 1950s were reunited at the Shroppie Fly on Wednesday.
The top photo shows them as they are now — the trick is to match them against the young footballers in the other photographs.
With the euphoria following the recollections of great matches from the fifties, there was a suggestion that a challenge match be played against the newly formed Audlem FC — after discussion it was agreed to limit the game to two minutes each way with an hour's break at half time for recovery.
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