Winner of the 1984 Harrogate and District Union of Golf Clubs President’s Prize, and runner up in 1981, 1982, and 1983.
Captain of Oakdale Golf Club in 1998.
Snowboarding trip to Borovets, Bulgaria, with Nicole in 2010.
I’m still rubbish at video editing and didn’t have much to work with, so this is crap.
Didn’t shoot much, but here it is.
This is Steven’s superb video of our cycling trip from Saigon to Hanoi.
From 2009. Took Dad to Normandy to see the D-Day sites. Didn’t shoot much video, but here it is.
Clive Todd played for Harrogate Town in the late 1950s.
But at last Town worked themselves into the game and Todd scored an absolute blinder of a goal, only to turn around and see the linesman’s flag upraised for “offside”. The way he danced in to hammer the ball past Harrod was good to see.
After 19 minutes Town scored their second and there was no luck about this. Buck slid a long pass to Todd and this skilful winger slipped past Spavin and Willey before pulling a neat pass back to Nolan. The inside-left swept the ball home left-footed and on the run, from about 15 yards.
Town should have gone ahead when Todd, who shared the forward line honours with Hutton, blasted the ball goalwards. It struck the underside of the bar and bounced down in the goal and out again. Town players appealed calmly for the goal.
It was Town’s day and deservedly. Wallace, Hutton and Todd were outstanding in a team which definitely bore a promotion look.
The match was a particular triumph for Dave Nolan and Clive Todd, the pair injured in a collision in that game.
Todd, showing remarkable propensity for being in the right place at the right time, netted three.
After 24 minutes Monk parried a Nolan cross but Todd was on hand to apply the finishing touch.
Monk brought off a good save, damaging his shoulder in the process, and the ball came to Todd who again polished off the move.
Rawmarsh fought to the end, Monk once firing straight at Taylor who alone stood between him and goal, but Todd stressed the Harrogate side’s superiority with another goal after Nolan had pushed on a cross from Cooper.
Cooper cross, left-back Chadwick fisted the ball out. Todd took the resultant penalty and slammed the ball past Raestict.
Hutton flicked the ball on to Todd, who, running in, crashed it home with a great left-footed drive.
Soon after Todd slipped a good ball to Cooper who in turn provided Hutton and the inside man beat centre-half Broughton and beat the keepr with a ground shot.
And within another four minutes Wallace slipped a ground shot home after clever combined work with Newton and Todd.
The goal rush continued. Taylor, Newton and Todd were prominent in a fine passing move and Taylor rammed another fine shot home in the 23rd minute.
This was all promotion-style football all right, and on the half hour Todd made it a nap hand after fast and accurate passing form Cooper, Hutton and Wallace.
Taylor now made great saves from Cooper, Hutton and Newton in turn, but could not prevent Todd from scoring a seventh goal three minutes before the interval after Reynard, Hutton, Cooper and Newton had carved holes in the Retford side’s defence with another fine passing move.
Even so three successive shots from Cooper just flashed past the upright; a first-time drive from Todd was punched over the bar; and a ground shot from Cooper was saved just by the post.