THERE have been more suggestions for Accrington's "Hall of Fame" which Ray Clark is hoping to introduce into the town to recognise the sporting greats past and present.
Ray is hoping it will be set up in Hyndburn Sports Centre and the names have been forthcoming over the past few weeks.
More Accrington Stanley players has been put forward.
One is one-time Red and ex-Burnley player Chris Grimshaw who made 362 appearances for the Reds.
Another is Jack Bray, from Oswaldtwistle, who played pre-war for Manchester City and England and was later manager of Watford.
George Bray was also from Oswaldtwistle and he played for Burnley for around 50 years as player and trainer. He played in the 1947 FA Cup final.
Dick Webster, another from Oswaldtwistle, played football pre-war and post war for Stanley and Sheffield United.
And Stan Lynn was born in Bolton but played for Stanley, Aston Villa and Birmingham, He has a FA Cup winners medal, a league cup winners medal with 446 league appearances and 64 goals. He was recognised as the finest uncapped right full-back in the country.
In other sports, other names have been suggested. Swimmer Stephen Poulter represented Great Britain at two consecutive Olympics - 1980 Moscow and 1984 Los Angeles. He made the final in the butterfly on both occasions.
Another is equestrain Geoffrey Billington who represented Great Britain on numerous occasions,particularly the 1996 Sydney Olympics.
And javelin thrower Pamela Brindle, now Whittaker is another athlete who represented Great Britain. All three are former pupils of St Christopher's High School.
There is also Rishton netballer Marion Lofthouse who is a former England captain and Northern Ireland coach.
Eddie Paynter, from Clayton, played cricket for Enfield, Lancashire and England. He also played in the Australian Body-Line series.
And there are two names in cycling. Clayton's Alan Ramsbottom was a British International and rode for French professional teams. Among his achievements were finishing 16th in the 1964 Tour-De-France. He has a Great Harwood road named after him.
And Accrington Grammar School pupil Harry Hill was a British Cycling international and won a bronze medal in the 1936 Berlin Olympic Games. He turned pro but the war ended his career. He is now 89.
Another Ivan Smith is another name mentioned. In 1945, Ivan joined the Accrington and District Referees' Society, and went on officiate at local level. But he was also a Football League Referee for 13 years and officiated at matches in Sweden, Austria, Italy, Holland, France, Turkey and the USA.
In 1995 was awarded a gold medal from the FA for his services to football and was also made a life member of the Accrington Referees' Association.
Anyone who has anymore names to add e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or write to Hall of Fame, Accrington Observer, 103 Blackburn Road, Accrington.