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Notts V. Yorks., Glos., Derby., Leics., 1933
Amateur film of play during four 1933 county championship matches at Trent Bridge
Amateur film 1933 9 mins Silent
This amateur footage of play in progress during county championship matches at Trent Bridge in 1933 offers some good quality pictures of players and play, though some shots are sadly out of focus. The scoreboard shots provide some Nottinghamshire highlights. The first is from the match against Yorkshire: 206 for 6 marks half centuries for Bill Voce and Harold Larwood. The other two are from the first innings against Derbyshire: 350 for four marks Carr's century and 406 for 4 was a 50 for Gunn.
The majority of the footage appears to come from the Yorkshire and Derbyshire matches, identifiable from the statistics on the scoreboards.
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