Hob­son’s Choice: cricket mem­o­ries

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Uk&World Update -

I TURN my at­ten­tion to­wards cricket again to­day with this shot of a Peter­bor­ough team.

It looks like two of the lads on the front row are padded up ready to open the in­nings. I won­der how many runs they scored?

Do you know which team, or school, they were from? The badge of the player in the mid­dle may give you a clue.

Or per­haps it’s the two team coaches stand­ing at the back who give it away. Do you recog­nise ei­ther of them?

As al­ways, any in­for­ma­tion you have please send it in to me us­ing the con­tacts be­low.

In South Africa, the re­peal of the Pop­u­la­tion Reg­is­tra­tion Act of 1950 of­fi­cially ended apart


Ital­ian banker Roberto Calvi, who was known as ‘God’s banker’ due to his close ties with the Vat­i­can, was found hang­ing un­der Black­fri­ars Bridge in London. Charles Macin­tosh patented the wa­ter­proof cloth he was to use to make rain­coats.

The Bat­tle of Bunker Hill, the sec­ond ma­jor clash of the Amer­i­can War of In­de­pen­dence, was fought just north of Bos­ton, Mas­sachusetts. Hitch­cock’s Black­mail was pre­miered in

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