A WONDERFUL tribute to former Warrington Wolves forward Alastair Brindle has been posted on YouTube.

Family pictures along with others from his rugby league career have been lovingly put to music for all to see.

Alastair, a member of the Warrington Players' Association Hall of Fame, died on September 15, aged 82.

The former prop made 281 appearances over 12 years for his hometown club, with whom he spent his entire playing career.

He joined Warrington from the Blackburne Arms amateur team, based at the pub on Orford Green.

His Wire debut came aged 18 at St Helens in September, 1957, when a flu epidemic had claimed many of the first-team regulars.

He helped Warrington win the Lancashire Cup in 1959 and was also a member of the Warrington team who finished second in the league in the 1960-61 season and reached the Championship Final against Leeds at Odsal.

Alastair was awarded a Testimonial season in 1967-68.

He made his final appearance for Warrington against Wigan at Wilderspool in April, 1969.