It was an event in the "Squash Grand Prix", a social event where the squash players played squash against each other, and then did a sort of
pub quiz in the café bar.
They'd kindly invited Ilkley Harriers to take part: the Ilkley Harriers raced each other around Middleton, then joined in the pub quiz.
The squash players were very good at the quiz. Every week, they thrashed the Harriers in the quiz.
One week, Steve B, a Harrier, offered to do the photo-sheet part of the quiz, "name the famous face" with some 50 faces on an A4 sheet for each team to guess.
The squash players struggled. And the Harriers romped home to their first ever win. The squash players had done creditably well recognising the
faces of runners like Brendan Foster, Roger Bannister, and Ingrid Kristiansen. But they had struggled with such local worthies as Mike Baldwin, Bob Hamilton,
and Bernie Connor (all local runners!)