At another event earlier in the week, a night of Belfast Celtic nostalgia was enjoyed by all as part of the West Belfast Festival on Wednesday evening, 2nd August.
Hosted by the West Club on the Falls Road, the 'Heroes in Hoops' night revived colourful memories of the great team as stories and anecdotes were recalled by former players and supporters.
Centre stage on the night was the Bill McKavanagh slide show which was well-received by the appreciative audience.
Local author Barry Flynn then regaled the fans with a in-depth talk on the infamous clash with Linfield on Boxing Day 1948, which was made even more significant given the presence of Belfast Celtic Society President Jimmy Jones.
The great names and games were recalled by former player Jimmy Donnelly in what was a witty and insightful presentation, and the night was rounded off with an impassioned tribute to the club by Charlie Tully Junior.
Speaking afterwards, Barry Flynn said that it was "vitally important" to keep the name of the club alive on the streets of West Belfast and beyond."