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    This is a duplicate of item 108.17 - check for best quality.

    Headingley Cricket Ground, Leeds, England.

    GV. England team walking out to wicket (first 7' super titles). LV. Australian openers Hassett and Arthur Morris walking out from pavilion for start of Australian 2nd Innings. GV. Massed crowd. LV. Alec Bedser to A. L. Hassett. One run. CU. Hutton crouching. CU. Tony Lock (Surrey & England) bowling. LV. Hassett cuts through slips starts to run. SV. Crowd applauding. CU. Lock to Hassett (Don't see Hassett). LV. Hassett walking away from wicket after playing on to stumps. TV. Crowd. CU. A. R. Morris batting. TV. Crowd.

    CU. Jim Laker bowling. SV. Arthur R. Morris walking out after being stumped by Godfrey Evans (Kent & England). SV. Crowd applauding. CU. Graham Hole at wicket. No stroke. GV. Alec Bedser (Surrey & England) to Hole. One run. CU. Neil Harvey at wicket. No stroke. SV. Harvey strikes one run. Evans attempts to stump Hole. SV. Crowd applauding. SV. Harvey strikes, runs. GV. Massed crowd. SV. Bedser bowling to Harvey. Out. BV. Bedser's 100th Wicket against Aussie's. Harvey starts running to Pavilion.

    SV. Hole slashes out to boundary, is caught by Tom Graveney ( Graveney not seen). SV. Crowd applauding furiously. GV. Play. Last two batsmen Davidson and De Courcy scoring final run. GV. Score board changing from 146 to 147 for 4. GV. Zoom out, players entering Pavilion through crowd.

    Selected originals exist for this item - see other records.

    (Mute Orig.Neg.) (Uncut Neg."F") (Uncut Neg."G")

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    Time in/Out:
    01:29:40:00 / 01:31:40:00
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    Sport & Leisure
    Surrey CC
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    0:01 0:02 0:03 0:04

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