Australians Open Their Tour 1934

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    Full title reads: "AUSTRALIANS OPEN THEIR TOUR - Worcester, first County to entertain the visitors from down under."


    Start of the first game Australian cricketers are playing since their arrival to Britain. Australians are playing against Worcester. The two captains Walters and Woodfull toss the coin. The cricketers coming out on the field.

    Various shots of the cricket match and crowds.

    Natural sound only - very poor, one can hardly hear it.

    Note: Soundtrack for this item is missing and there is no information on score in paperwork.

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    01:24:20:00 / 01:25:59:00
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