Can you help us identify sporting past of Gloucester teams?
PHOTOGRAPHS of the sporting past in Gloucester have been uncovered in the archives.
These pictures were snapped by Citizen photographers in the 1960s and 1970s and were kept and handed over to Gloucester Archives, in Alvin Street.
And although they were printed at some point in the paper, there were no records kept alongside them to say which teams they were, where they played or why the picture was being taken.
Can you help us identify the teams?
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Snapped in September 1964, this cricket team, was based in Gloucester, although the team's sub-division is unknown.
Donning V-necks and moustaches, they were one of many teams that have come together in the county to participate in a local sports social gathering.
Keeping to the classic kit, their woollen pullover identifies them as Gloucestershire players.
Are you one of the players holding a drink?
Steering away from cricket, the young men, in white collars are a secondary school rugby team photographed on September 7, 1964, although the school remains a mystery to us.
The slicked back hair is a mark of the 60s, as is the rugby ball held by the captain which has been marked with the words 'match'.
Can you tell us which team they are?
Also taken in 1964 was this photograph of yet another Gloucester-based rugby team.
Although they haven't been identified, the railway in the background may be an indication of where the grounds are.
With a mix of sportswear, it is years apart from Gloucestershire school rugby teams today which have a team logo and one team shirt.
Do you recognise any faces?
Moving forward to the 1970s, the man in action, below right, poised with a golf club is one of the Pitch and Putt Golf Course's team. Golfing enthusiasts met here to socialise and enjoy their sport together in the mornings.
Today's Gloucestershire golf courses require golfing shoes but this was not the case in the 70s.
Note how varied the footwear is - some smart casual shoes, others trainers.
Were you part of the club?