THE Beechwood Football Club's 90th reunion may be over, but sales of the club's commemorative booklet are still selling strongly.
Reunion chairman and veteran Shamrocks supporter, Eric Waldron, said the reunion was held on Saturday culminating in the clash between arch rival Long Flat Dragons.
The event drew well over 100 supporters to the Beechwood Sporting Complex, Waldron said.
"The Beechwood Football Club held a very successful 90th year reunion on the weekend with over 120 ex-players and supporters in attendance," Waldron said.
"The organising committee would like to thank the Wauchope Gazette for their extensive coverage over the past three months and for spending a big part of Saturday taking photographs.
"It's very much appreciated.
"Also, to Jeremy Kearns, your efforts went beyond the expected and we thank you for that. To Paul Jones, the reunion booklet is a wonderful publication and your contribution was, as always, outstanding."
Copies of the booklet are available from the Beechwood Post Office or M&S Offset.
Waldron said the club's attention would now turn to the next reunion - 'which will be a big one' - when the club celebrates its centenary year.
"We look forward to seeing you then."
Meanwhile Hastings League president, Geoff Connor, was full of praise for the event.
"These kinds of days give former players and committee people the chance to get together," he said.
"It is something to look forward to at the end of your career.
"Of course, these events require some organisation and it is a credit to the Shamrocks supporters for making this day such a great success.
"These are the days that keep the league alive," he said.
"It's what the younger players look forward to after they retire.
"Getting together to tell some good old stories."
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