CRICKET club members of all ages came together to compete in an under-15 tournament with a difference recently.

Teams were made up of Brockhampton Under-15 teams from the past 30 years.

Despite Brockhampton having a history of junior cricket dating back to the 1970's, it was in the early 90's that the under-15 and subsequent age groups were formed and peaked for the first time in 1991 going all the way to reach the national final.

Ady Watts coordinator of the tournament said: “Events like this are an excellent opportunity for players from the past 30 years to get together – some of whom had not been in touch for as many years.

"Our club has always been a great sporting community where junior players have a huge roll to play – coached by senior club members and given the opportunity to play competitive and social cricket at all levels.

"We will be staging one every year. Giving former players the opportunity to play at The Parks again, meet other club members and take a trip down memory lane was a true success.

"The present Under-15’s very much enjoyed the experience of playing against the more ‘mature’ players, many of which had played and still are playing first team cricket for the club."