THIS week's delve into the picture archives at The Bolton News has unearthed this photograph of Little Hulton FC from May 1982.

The information accompanying the picture says the team met Eagley Viscom in the final of the Hospital Cup at Burnden Park the previous weekend, losing to a last-minute strike.

Do you remember that team or recognise anyone in the line-up?

Did you attend that final or have any memories of the game?

Email with any recollections.

THE second picture features a Bolton Boys team from October 1988 and was published in last week's sporting nostalgia section.

Reader, and former town team coach, Dave Price, got in touch and said: "More great memories!

"The 1-0 win at Burnden Park versus Sefton was a great result for the town team.

"Sefton were one of the top teams in the North West and fancied to go a long way in the ESFA Trophy.

"Having won 10-1 in the first round (David Flitcroft and Andy Noone both getting hat-tricks) we went on to beat Wolverhampton SFA away, reaching the last 16.

"Flitcroft (Turton) was captain and is now manager at Mansfield following a career with Preston North End, Bury and Rochdale, while Noone was featured a few weeks ago in his Thornleigh School team that won the Bolton Wanderers Cup, also played at Burnden Park.

"Both boys were in the Greater Manchester County squad, as Northern Counties champions (won in a final also played at Burnden Park) that won the National Inter County title early the following season at Manchester City's Maine Road.

"Bolton Wanderers were superb supporters of schools’ football at that time, thanks mainly to club secretary Des McBain.

"Also in the squad, scorer against Sefton, Jeremy Lord, went on to sign for Cardiff City, goalkeeper Carlo Nash (Hayward) went on to a career with Manchester City, Everton and Crystal Palace and worked as a model, and Danny Collier (Harper Green) was a centre-half who played as a pro with Crewe and Wolves and was also a child TV star, appearing in the Children’s BBC production of Gruey that year.

"The squad as a whole were a great bunch of lads and did the town proud."