Episode 9 of an amazing new series featuring a Warrington family's previously unpublished cine film footage of Wire matches and special moments in the 1960s and 1970s

THIS is Cecil and Mike Waller's rare cine film footage of Brian Bevan - but not playing rugby league!

Here, the Warrington Wolves legend and world record try scorer makes an appearance for his former club in a charity football match at his old haunt Wilderspool Stadium in what we believe to be is 1971.

The great Bev's contributions are highlighted in the video, while we've also picked out that the youngest member of England's 1966 World Cup winning side Alan Ball, who switched from Everton to Arsenal that year, as the matchday referee.

Ball's father, Alan Ball Senior, is seen playing for the opposition team in red and black and would have been the 46-year-old manager of Preston North End at the time.

One of his teammates in this match is the now disgraced former broadcaster and presenter, Stuart Hall.

Is there anybody else you recognise?

We believe the footage to be 1971 because of the views of Wilderspool Stadium.

The new leisure centre is in the process of being built while the roof of the old south stand being replaced has already been added to the new-look Railway End.

Cecil Waller and his son Mike filmed numerous Wire matches and special moments during the 1960s and 1970s and you can look back at earlier episodes in this series by following the trail HERE