Hampshire Cricket History


Holidays in the War
August 24, 2012, 7:30 am
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In 1942 the Government tried to find ways to entertain people who could not pack their bags and take off to the seaside. With the news from Leicester and the weather forecast for Cardiff I hope this might cheer you up. It includes Hampshire’s John Arnold, Arthur Holt and Lloyd Budd plus Jack Treherne whose son Roger is still on Hampshire’s committee. John Arlott once described Jack as perhaps the best local bowler never to play first-class cricket for Hampshire although he did play for the 2nd XI.


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Holt and Budd are transposed in the caption 😉

Comment by Jezzah

Yes indeed – it’s rather feint but if you click on the photo to enlarge it you can just see the arrows above the names, switching them around

Comment by pompeypop




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