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Pease Pottage cricket team
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Pease Pottage cricket team

A very early photograph of Pease Pottage cricket team shows the players with their smart close-fitting caps, somewhat different to the baggy variety favoured by the Australians.
From the left, back row:- Daniel Bateup, M. Longmire, E. Singer, George Spray (Black Swan), Mr Bainbridge, Jack Goddard, W. Thorn (The Grapes), Harry Ray.
Middle row:- F. Beckley, A. Anderson, Charles “Songy” Songhurst, George Tester.
Front row:- E. Singer, Ernest “Sammy” Gates, Charles “Chadder” Gates.
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Picture added on 08 February 2014 at 15:17
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