Everton's latest Supporters' Club visit took place in Dublin at the weekend.
Everton officials and Club legends crossed the Irish Sea to continue the series of events where Blues fans meet their heroes and have their questions about the Club answered.
This time it was the turn of the Irish Toffees.
Travelling to Dublin were legends Graeme Sharp and Ian Snodin, academy manager Ray Hall, head of media and communications Mark Rowan and media and publications manager Darren Griffiths.
First Darren conducted a Q&A with Sharpy, Ray and Mark, where a wide range of topics were covered, including ticketing, mascots, Everton's record of youth development and memories of the 1980s.
Then Snods took centre stage as he recalled his favourite memories as an Everton player.
There was plenty of time for autographs and photos afterwards before proceedings at The Red Cow hotel came to a close.