It is 100 years since they became known Creetown FC but the club began in 1884 as Barholm Rovers. The book traces football in Creetown from its roots to the present day.
A former Creetownian once played against Pele, World Cup final goal-scorer Martin Peters once presented a trophy to a Creetown team and a former Creetown player took part in the 2016 English FA Cup final.
These and many other tales are revealed by football writer Rob Mason and life-time Creetown supporter Douglas McDavid, son of one of the club's fifties stars.
There is also a foreword from former Creetown goalie and top class referee Wullie McKnight.
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The amply illustrated book costs £5 and is available in Creetown from Wullie Lindsay Butchers, Creetown Store or Barholm Arts & Crafts and in Newton Stewart from Central Laundrette or Laura’s Gift Shop. Alternatively online at: store.creetownfc.co.uk