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In last week’s Down Memory Lane, the Courier looked back at the first photograph of Campbeltown Pupils Amateur Football Club, ahead of the group’s 100th anniversary.
Founded in 1919 as Campbeltown Grammar School Former Pupils Association, the club is the longest surviving and most successful football organisation in Kintyre, and has had several national and international stars as players.
This week, we take a look at some more moments from the McFadyen-sponsored club, which has the Feathers Inn as its hospitality sponsor.
A team in 1968, a decade after the club started up again after the Second World War. NO_c03pupils01_1968
The Pupils team which won the Rothman Shield in 1971/72. NO_c03pupils03_1971-72
Pupils win Oban Sevens circa 1980. NO_c03pupils04_1980
Pupils league and cup winners in 1972/73. NO_c03pupils05_1972-73
SAFL seventh division champions in 1977/78. NO_c03pupils06_
The club’s badge includes 1999, the year of its inception. NO_c03pupils07_badge