This years dinner was another nostalgic and memorable night with 11 further Scottish Football Legends inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Some of football's greatest ex players travelled from afar to enjoy this unforgettable and entertaining evening
- Alan Morton (1893 – 1971) Position: Outside left. Clubs: Queen’s Park, Rangers.
- Alex McLeish (1959 - ) Position: Central defender. Clubs: Aberdeen.
- Bobby Lennox (1943 - ) Position: Outside left / Forward. Clubs: Celtic.
- Alex James (1901 – 1953) Position: Inside forward. Clubs: Raith Rovers, Preston North End, Arsenal.
- Charles Campbell (Circa 1850s – 1927) Position: Half back. Clubs: Queen’s Park.
- George Young (1922 – 1997) Position: Central defender / Right back. Clubs: Rangers.
- Jim McLean (1937 - ) Position: Manager. Clubs: Dundee United.
- Joe Jordan (1951 - ) Position: Striker. Clubs: Leeds United, Manchester United, AC Milan, Verona.
- John White (1937 – 1964) Position: Midfielder. Clubs: Alloa Athletic, Falkirk, Tottenham Hotspur.
- Lawrie Reilly (1928 - ) Position: Centre forward. Clubs: Hibernian.
- Willie Waddell (1921 – 1992) Position: Winger. Clubs: Rangers.
arguably one of Scotland's finest players was inducted into the Hall of Fame. Joe will perhaps be best remembered for his crucial headed goal against Czechoslovakia in 1973 which helped Scotland book a place at the 1974 World Cup Finals. He also enjoyed a highly successful career at club level playing for Leeds United, Manchester United and AC Milan.
Gordon McQueen another great Scottish footballer and Alan Halliday of Coca-Cola presented Joe Jordan with his award.
Another inductee on the night was Bobby Lennox.
Bobby was a member of the famous Lisbon Lion side of 1967. With Celtic, Lennox was a mainstay during the club's nine in a row era. Bobby was capped 10 times for Scotland and scored one of the goals in the famous 3-1 victory over England in 1967.
Old Celtic team mate Danny McGrain and BT Scotland's Phil Boyle presented a very proud Bobby Lennox.
HIbernian Legend Lawrie Reilly
was inducted into the Hall of Fame for his significant contribution to Scottish football. The spearhead of Hibernian's Famous Five line, Lawrie Reilly helped the Easter Road club win the League Championship in 1947, 1951 and 1952. He was a star and key player for Scotland and scored 23 goals which was very impressive considering the amount of games he played in. He became known as 'Last Minute Lawrie'.
Fellow Hibernian Legend Pat Stanton presented Lawrie with his award.