Hobson’s Choice: cricket memories
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?
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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