Watching Falmouth Town's match against the Cornish Legends on Saturday certainly brought back some great memories of players, goals and matches over the last couple of decades.

For those of you old enough, there was a BBC programme devoted to them - 101 Great Sporting Moments.

I loved that - the anticipation of which "moment" it would be, before the excitement of reliving it or indeed, seeing it for the first time.

Every sports fan can remember stand-out sporting moments. They can usually remember where they were, who they were with and how they felt, too.

Frozen in time, they can reach out and touch you in that split second when a team or individual achieves something out of the ordinary.

Here are my Top 10 Great Sporting Moments - tell us yours.

10, 2016 - Leicester City being crowned Premier League champions. Surely the most unlikely triumph of all time, given their form in the previous season, their budget compared to the big boys and the limited number and ability of their squad. The most amazing success story football will ever see.

9, 2012 - The devastation of Sergio Aguero's last minute strike in the final match of the season to beat ten-man QPR and take the Premier League title for Manchester City, pipping United on goal difference. I was at home, watching it on my own - which was probably a blessing and a curse.

8, 2005 - Andrew Flintoff's over in the Ashes at Edgbaston which dismissed Justin Langer and then Australian captain Ricky Ponting. Searing pace, swing and aggression from the big Lancastrian, which epitomised why England toppled their great rivals for the first time since 1987.

7, 1989 - Frank Bruno vs Mike Tyson. I remember the endless weeks of build-up and being genuinely frightened that Bruno would be reduced to mush by the animalistic Tyson in this heavyweight boxing match. He was eventually beaten at the end of round 5, but not before he had stunned Tyson for the first time in his career with a left hook, which once again brought the famous commentary line from Harry Carpenter: "He's hurt Tyson, come on Frank!".

6, 1988 - Great Britain hockey team's gold medal at the 1988 Olympics. I recall waking up at some unearthly hour to watch the final on my portable TV in the bedroom. I was rewarded with a 3-1 win over West Germany, which included two goals from Imran Sherwani, one from Sean Curly and the immortal line from commentator Barry Davies: "Where were the Germans.....but frankly...who cares?"

5, 1984 - Torvill & Dean's gold-medal winning Bolero. As a ten year-old boy, I had little knowledge, understanding or interest in ice-skating. But that performance, coupled with the stunning music and dramatic ending, ensured it left an indelible impression.

4, 1989 - Michael Thomas racing through to win the old Division 1 for Arsenal with the last kick of the game against Liverpool, accompanied by Brian Moore's commentary...."It's up for grabs now.....and Thomas!" Pure poetry.

3, 2003 - England beating Australia with the Jonny Wilkinson's kick in the last minute of extra time, to lift the World Cup for the first time in their history. It was a Saturday morning and I was sat at a friend's house, refraining from a celebratory beer because a) it was 9am and b) we had to play football later that day.

2, 2012 - Europe producing one of the greatest comebacks of all time to win the Ryder Cup against America, in America, at Medinah Country Club. Heroic performances from Ian Poulter, Justin Rose and Martin Kaymer, all topped off with a heartbreaking tribute from captain Jose-Maria Olazabal to his late, great friend, Seve Ballesteros.

1, 1999 - Manchester United winning the treble with two stoppage time goals against Bayern Munich in the UEFA Champions League final. I was in a bar in Newquay and for what felt like hours after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's winning goal, the air was filled with beer and cheer. Unforgettable.