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Pease Pottage cricket team 1929
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Pease Pottage cricket team 1929

The Pease Pottage cricket team includes some family names which will be familiar to many people living in the parish today.
From the left, back row: Harry Ray (Umpire), Fred Streeter, Fred Bailey, Charles Songhurst, Bert Hygate, Mick Mitchell, Joe Ray.
Front row: Harry Bourne, Doug Rice, Guy (Gerry) Ray, Alec Begby, Nelson Cook.
I don’t know what sort of growth hormone Fred Bailey used on his hair, but he could have made a fortune if he had marketed it to those amongst us who are follicly challenged.
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Picture added on 07 June 2014 at 20:48
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