THIS week's delve into the photographic archives at The Bolton News has unearthed this picture of the Bolton Boys Federation Under-14s team from October 1988.

The information accompanying the photograph says the team were setting off on a long footballing weekend to Guernsey but there are no other details.

Do you remember that team or were you a part of it?

Did you go to Guernsey or recognise any face on the picture?

Email with any recollections.

TODAY’S second picture was featured in the sporting nostalgia section a month ago, and is of the Bolton Under-15s team from May, 1995.

Several readers have already been in touch in recent weeks, including goalkeeper Tendai Chiswala, and Dave Price is the latest to share his memories.

He said: "The team manager was Nigel Hamilton of Hayward School who went on to be Greater Manchester County SFA Under-16 manager and also worked for Bolton Wanderers with their schoolboy sides and producing first team scouting reports.

"When he retired from teaching, he went on to work full-time for some years at Fulham FC.

"I thank Tendai – who went to the same school as my daughter and son – for reminding me of some of the boys' names.

"It was quite a strong squad which included Peter Morrison (St Joseph’s Horwich) and Paul Jolley and Paul Wheatcroft (both Bolton School) who all played for Greater Manchester County SFA.

"Jolley and Wheatcroft also played for the ESFA North West in an international trial match versus the North at Radcliffe Borough. I think Michael Carrick played for the North in that match.

"Wheatcroft went on to be selected for England Schoolboys, playing at the old Wembley Stadium where he was presented with his international cap.

"He was part of the squad that featured in the ITV series 'World at their Feet' with Alan Smith (Leeds, Man Utd and England) juggling a can in a back street in the opening credits.

"Sadly, Smith didn’t play for the England Schoolboys team that year due to a broken leg that ended his season.

"I seem to recall that u15 Wheatcroft scored 100 per cent in a school Russian exam – who said footballers had all their brains in their feet?

"Morrison went on to play for Bolton Wanderers and Scunthorpe before a horrific injury ended his career too early, while Wheatcroft joined Manchester United and Lee Pryers also joined Bolton Wanderers and played as a pro before passing away far too young.

"Michael Adams, on the front row, is the older brother of Nicky Adams currently at Bury FC – he also went on to play for Bolton Boys before his career in pro football."