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From the Sussex Express, 16th July 1915



The members of the Glynde Lady Gardeners Stoolball Club visited Haywards Heath on Saturday, and engaged the local pupil teachers in an interesting stoolball encounter, the visitors winning easily. The scores were as follows:-

Haywards Heath Pupil Teachers:

Ivy Green, c Kerr, b More,5
L Langridge, b Firm,19
M Abbott, c More, b Elphick,10
J Court, c Davidson, b More,12
D Wood, b Firmin,5
E Martin, b More,20
D Martin, c and b More,7
E Holland, c and b Elphick,0
K Charman, b Firmin,7
D Jarrett, c Elphick, b More,0
W Payne, not out,3

Glynde Lady Gardeners:
G Firmin, c Langridge, b Green,14
M Elphick, c Court, b Wood,65
F Parke, not out,53
M More, c Court, b Langridge,12
G Davidson, b Martin,2
S Swann, b Holland,26
R Montgomery, c Court, b Green,4
M Churcher, not out,5

S Phillips, M Kerr and G Jones did not bat.

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