Front: Steve Marshall, John
Davies, John Williams (manager), Keith Wilkes, Jimmy M
CARDIFF: Marshall, John
, Caulker, Turner, Theophile-Catherine, Medel, Whittingham, Gunnarsson, Mutch, Noone, Campbell.
REMEMBER WHEN Frank Clark, Dave Elliott, Gordon Marshall, John
McNamee and Jim Iley
Honors: Dylas Agis, Emily Anderson, Rashelle Bellarosa, Victoria Boisvert, Elisabeth Boulanger, Eric Browne, Timothy Burdsall, Kurtis Burke, Joc Caldwell, Carolyn Crepeau, Gabriela Dande, Arielle Davison, Justin Dion, Catherine Elsier, Benjamin Gabriel, Sai Gatram, Amrit Judge, Nathan Kapurch, Amy Leazes, Grace Lee, Sarah Lennon, Kevin Leonard, Shari Liu, Ashley Marshall, John
Mathers, Connor McCarrick, Sean McCormack, Meredith Mikkola, Matthew Mulvey, Jillian Petit, Jillian Pieciak, Jennifer Pogorzelski, Maria Proulx, Rebecca Quist, Allison Read, Daniel Rotation, Melissa Rynning, Kevin Samar, Eric Schott, David Taylor, Samantha Toscano, Kimberly Ty, Nicholas Upright, Aubrey Waddell and Dennis Wright.
Charlie Hackers is measured up for his ensemble by barbershop singers (from left) Wilf Pattison, John Ockenden, John Marshall, John
Powell and Jack Tutley.
Frances Sutherland, Andrew Argyle, Rebecca Avery, Andrew Sparrow Tony Milner, Basil Sawczuk, Richard Moxon Keith Marshall, John
Overton, Helen Lord, Peter Causton, Peter Cox.
Michelle, Kalem, Marshall, John
, Maddison, Demi and Calvin xxx.
Front: Dale Sutch, Geoff Bennett, Paul Marshall, John
Cardiff's first-choice back five in early matches this season looks certain to be David Marshall, John
Brayford, Caulker, Ben Turner and Andrew Taylor.
John Messenger and Thomas Stephens notched for the Sports Centre, the Albert's tally made up of strikes from Craig Culyer, Chris Hunt, Scott Marshall, John
Amos, Gavin Hemsley and Richard Craven.
Andrea Broadaway, Heather Marshall, John
Cowley, Gary Roberts, Martin Bowen, Reg Barnett, Ralph Bayliss, Simon Rodgers and Mark Ashley aim to raise more than pounds 500.
SHOP STARS: Somerfield employees, from left, Vicky Marshall, John
Denton, Helen Warmsley, Stephen Willoughby, Caroline O'Brien and Terri Marshall, who have raised thousands of pounds for Macmillan Cancer Support