THIS week the County Times has delved back into Mid Wales’ footballing history to find another treasure trove from the past.

Pictured (clockwise) is the successful Llanidloes Town Football Club squad from 1932.

The Daffodils were among the most successful clubs in the region during the 1930s, winning the Mid Wales League in 1932 while also winning the Montgomeryshire Cup and ending runners-up in the Welsh Amateur Cup the following season.

Carno Football Club’s Spar Mid Wales League title winning squad of 2000 is pictured with the trophy.

Dolwen Football Club are pictured holding the Llanidloes Hospital Cup in 1938.

The club is not recorded to have competed in any league but were regular finalists in the annual hospital cup competition.

Next up is the Waterloo and Guilsfield United Football Club from 1951 which existed until 1953.

Pictured (back, from left) are Reg Owen, Doug Evans, Don Wainwright, Charlie Dorricott, Don Griffiths, Jack Webster (front) Glyn Lewis, Doug Pritchard, Harold Pryce, Baldwin Richards, Bernie Pritchard and Elwyn Jones.

Llandinam Football Club’s final line-up is pictured from 1966.

The village club were pioneers of the game in the early 20th century and founding members of the Montgomeryshire League in 1904 when the club ended bottom and folded.

The club reformed in 1956 and competed for a decade before folding in the mid 1960s.

Berriew Football Club are pictured during the 1960s.

The Rhiewsiders enjoyed a golden decade, winning the Montgomeryshire League in 1961 and the Mid Wales League in 1965.