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The History of The Ali Club Shirt

Maiden Tour - Captain Ali made to put Tour shirt on at Breakfast and a tradition is started.  

2nd Tour - Captain Bazza made to wear Red Shirt with black writing and hat in reversed colours!


3rd Tour - Just when you thought the shirt colours couldn't get any worse, Captain Victor goes canary. First Tour Abroad - Remember Captain Vincent, dummy extraordinaire in the Welsh countryside?

First Overseas Tour -  Capitain Davide's shirt colour was appropriate for the collective hangovers somewhere in France. 6th Tour - Captain Cluett took us back to where it all began, contrasting navy collars and cuffs introduced against red body. 7th Tour - Captain Pete wears first Tour Shirt with logo designed in-house by Gazza, which proved to be the way forward. 8th & 9th Tours - Name and Year of Tour dropped but Corporate Identity adopted for Captain Mick in 2003 and Captain Kevin in 2004.

10th & 11th Tours - Commerative Shirt with design recognising our establishment, worn first by Captain Saint in 2005 and then Captain Pete in 2006. 12th & 13th Tours - Captain Bazza takes us on our first mystery tour to Belgium in 2007 followed by Captain Careless Kev to Thorpeness in 2008. 14th & 15th Tours - It's 3rd time back to our routes, this time with Captain Nick in 2009, all in baby blue then onto Woburn with Captain KO III in 2010.  16th & 17th Tours - So back to Woburn in 2011 for a 2nd visit with Captain Gazza in virginal white then off to Glorious Goodwood with Captain Saint in 2012


18th & 19th Tours - sees a record 4th visit to the New Forest in 2013 with Captain Swinging Andy in Blue or is it Purple and then on to Newbury in 2014 with Captain Metal Mickey

20th Anniversary & 21st Coming of Age Tours - Red shirts for our trip to Belek, Turkey in 2015 with Captain OJ and then in 2016 to East Sussex National with Captain Swinging Board   22nd Tour - to Dale Hill with Captain James and then 23rd Tour to New Forest V with Captain Kev where it has been decided to carry over the red shirts for a third year

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