The latest cap presentation has been made to the family of former Rovers player Len Pickard, who scored once in four league games for the club after making a goalscoring debut for the club against Shrewsbury Town on 25th August 1951.

That game, by the way, ended in a 3-3 draw and Len became the 304th player to represent the club in the Football League.

Len, who began his career with hometown club Barnstaple Town, spent a short time with Bristol City after leaving Rovers before making 76 league appearances for Bradford Park Avenue.

Len later played for Bath City and Barnstaple Town before a stint as player manager of Bideford.

He passed away, at the age of 86, in March 2011 and his cap was accepted by his grandson, Tim, who has sent us this photo of his sons, Louis and Francis (holding the cap).

Tim also sent in some of the memorabilia collected by Len and that will be kept by the Bristol Rovers History Group and shown to supporters at their seasonal displays at the Memorial Stadium.