Inverleith Legends on parade before their fixture against the club’s current first team at Peffermill. Picture by Nigel Duncan Media

One of Edinburgh’s leading field hockey clubs has celebrated their 100th birthday in style.

Inverleith held a two-day festival at their current home ground at Peffermill.

The event included mixed teams, veteran sides (one of the players, Ali Philip, will be 79 in a few weeks time), legends, including Olympian Stephen Dick, and the current first team featuring club stalwart Derek Salmond, a former Scottish international.

And they also hosted a birthday bash at Murrayfield, the home of the club for many years.

Alan Wall, one of the organisers, said that it had been a fantastic two days capped off by the recent promotion of the men’s team back to the top flight of Scottish hockey.