The funeral of goal-scoring legend Jim Patterson takes place in Dumfries today.
The former player for Queen of The South joined the Dumfries side in 1949 and scored 251 goals in 14 seasons at Palmerston Park, including six goals in one game against Cowdenbeath.
He was one of the first players to be inducted into the Doonhamers' Hall of Fame.
His final appearance for the club was in 1963.
His funeral service will take place at 12pm at Jardine`s Chapel of Rest and then at the High Cemetery in Dumfries.
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