FORMER Spurs hero Paul Stewart will be the latest ex-player to appear at a South Dorset Spurs’ legends evening tomorrow (7pm).

Taking place at Greenhill Bowling Club in Weymouth, Stewart will address fans as guest speaker.

Stewart, 53, scored 28 goals in 131 appearances for Tottenham and is best-known for scoring the equalising goal in the 1991 FA Cup final, when his 55th-minute strike cancelled out Stuart Pearce’s opener.

Stewart was widely held to be the man-of-the-match in the blue riband event and also represented England three times.

On the night, a raffle, including items such as signed shirts and photographs, will also take place.

The ‘Legends’ events commenced when the South Dorset Spurs (SDS) supporters attended a ‘Legends’ evening at Exeter Football Club where they met ex-Spurs captain Steve Perryman and other former players.

Spurs fan David Ralph is a member of Greenhill Bowling Club and is very active in its running.

Ralph contacted Steve Perryman to be SDS guest speaker last year.

Through Perryman, Ralph has successfully arranged events with Micky Hazard, ex-manager Keith Berkenshaw and Ray Clements.

Monies have been raised for various charities including Mosaic (children’s bereavement), prostate cancer, Revitalize, Save, Musgrove Hospital and others.

Tickets cost £20 each.