The man who scored the most famous goal in the history of Berwick Rangers FC has passed away aged 75.
Sammy Reid caused a sensation by netting the only goal to knock Rangers out of the Scottish Cup 1-0 on January 28, 1967 at Shielfield Park.
The win is still regarded as one of British football's biggest upsets.
Reid had also played with Liverpool and Motherwell before moving to Berwick. He returned to Shielfield Park just last month when the club rolled out the red carpet to celebrate his 75th birthday.
He died at his home in Wishaw, Lanarkshire, on Sunday 9th November.
Carlisle United's postponed League One match away to Doncaster has been re-arranged for the evening of Tuesday 9th April.
The game at the Keepmoat Stadium had been scheduled for tonight but was called off because of a frozen pitch.
Blues boss Greg Abbott told the club's official website:
The Scottish Third Division match between Berwick Rangers and Queen's Park will go ahead as planned tonight.
The pitch at Shielfield Park passed its 2:30pm inspection and the Northumberland club has confirmed the game is on. Kick-off is scheduled for 7:45pm.
Tonight's League One match between Doncaster Rovers and Carlisle United has been postponed due to a frozen playing surface.
A pitch inspection at the Keepmoat Stadium has ruled the game was unplayable.
A pitch inspection will take place ahead of this evening's Scottish Third Division match between Berwick Rangers and Queen's Park.
The Northumberland club have said conditions are improving at Shielfield Park, and they are hopeful tonight's game can go ahead. The inspection is scheduled for 2:30pm.
A pitch inspection is due to take place at the Keepmoat Stadium at 12pm to determine whether Carlisle United's League One match with Doncaster can go ahead.
Temperatures have plummeted across the UK this week, putting the match at risk of being called off.
Berwick Rangers have posted a profit of £153,000 during the course of the last financial year. Chairman Brian Porteous said the club was now "debt free" and added that there were not many in Scotland who could boast that there were in this position.
One of the reasons for the profit was the Scottish Cup tie against Celtic which brought in a six figure sum. This helped increase the Third Division outfit's turnover from £261,000 to £470,000 in 2011. Last year Berwick recorded a loss of £3,700.
Mr Porteous told the club's annual general meeting:
"The Celtic game allowed us to clear Berwick Rangers Football Club's debt and allowed us to run this season without the use of the bank's overdraft facility, for the first time in seven years that I have been a director.
"It has been hard work and may I say still is given the costs of running a professional football team no matter which league we are in. The Celtic game after off takes was worth over £100,000 to us and it is obvious that without that money we would not have made a profit.
"It means we are now debt free and we are ahead of out five year business plan which we set when we took over. The club is moving in the right direction and we will be doing everything in our power to ensure that happens in the future as well."