ON THIS day - the 13th February - in 1692, an event occurred that was to become one of the most bloodiest and shocking in Scotland’s history.
In what came to be known as the Massacre of Glencoe - or in Scottish Gaelic Mort Ghlinne Comhann (murder of Glen Coe) - 34 men, two women and two children of the clan MacDonald were murdered in cold blood.
We kick off with West Riding County Cup action at Elland Road as Brian Caswell battles for the ball.
Bob Hazell, who was on trial with the Whites after being released by Leicester City, in action.
Andy Ritchie was on the scoresheet that day along with strike partner Keith Edwards who bagged a brace.
Keith Edwards fires towards goal in front of 13,334 at Elland Road. The Whites took the three points thanks to goals from Ian Baird and John Sheridan.