Two Bowlers For Speedier Cricket 1963

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    Brondsbury / Brondesbury Cricket Club, London.

    Two bowlers bowling from opposite ends to speed up cricket match at Brondsbury, London.

    Various shots of the originator of the game, Ted Jackson, briefing his cricket team and leads them onto the field. Various shots during play showing two bowlers bowling from one end at a time. This is a new idea introduced to speed up cricket. The first man bowls and as soon as the ball has been played and returned to the bowler, the other one starts his run and bowls. Shot at various camera speeds. Various shots of scoreboard moving round fairly fast. Various shots of the people watching the cricket, some shake their heads at the style of cricket.

    (Orig. Neg.)

    Date found in the old record - 18/07/1963.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
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    01:23:02:00 / 01:28:42:00
    UN 3772 D
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    UN 3772 D
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