IN PICTURES: Down memory lane with Kildress Angling Club

Take a walk down memory lane as we look through the archives of the Mid Ulster Mail.

Thursday, 26th November 2020, 5:35 am
Kildress Angling Club committee member James Brown presents the Challenge Cup to Kingsbridge member Johnny Ferguson.mm49-367sr

This week we look back to 2010 and the annual dinner of Kildress Angling Club in the Royal Hotel.

Do you recognise anyone?

William McLaughlin who was awarded the Kildress Angling Club Youth Perpetual Cup for the Heaviest Fish and the Braeside Perpetual Cup for the Heaviest Bag pictured with his father Sammy.mm49-366sr
Kildress Angling Club member James McLaughlin who received the JK Back & Son Perpetual Cup for the heaviest total from Noel Morton (Club Secretary) and Richard Graham (Club Treasurer).mm49-365sr
William McLaughlin who was awarded the Kildress Angling Club Junior Angler of the year award from Noel Morton club secretary.mm49-363sr
A great night was had by Richard and Paula Graham at the Kildress Angling Club annual end of year presentation dinner.mm49-362sr
A smile for the camera from Noel and Denise Morton at the Kildress Angling Club presentation dinner held in the Royal Hotel last Friday night.mm49-361sr
In attendance at the Kildress Angling Club presentation dinner were Bertie and Joyce Espie and Joan and Rodney Hunter.mm49-360sr
Captured at the Kildress Angling Club annual end of year presentation dinner held in the Royal Hotel were Ruth and Raymond Black.mm49-359sr
All smiles from Lesley and Isobel at the Kildress Angling Club presentation dinner held in the Royal Hotel last Friday night.mm49-358sr
Enjoying the Kildress Angling Club annual end of year presentation dinner were James and Margaret Brown.mm49-357sr