A pub sign and some deer

Last updated : 09 August 2012 By Tony Scholes

The two grounds in question are Droylsden, from the Blue Square North in England, and Fort William, who play in the Highland League in Scotland, and it won't take much working out which of the two grounds attracted the deer.

Droylsden's ground is named Butchers Arms and the feature includes the pub sign which now resides in the car park just outside the ground, but at Fort William, one photograph sent into us by message board user PACMANclaret shows two deer making the pitch their own.

The latest additions to the GROUND PHOTOS feature, which can be found in the Clarets Extra2 drop down menu, takes the total number of photographs to 1,460 from 399 different grounds.

Please EMAIL any ground photographs you might have taken that you would like to see included.