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Penny
2017-05-15 15:18:44 UTC
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I heard the repeat of Sunday's TA in the car this afternoon.

The cricket team were playing away at Darrington, weren't they? Adam told
his mother Darrington provide a good spread. So why had Harrington told Rex
to pick up the tea bags* from the pavilion on the way to the match? Surely
they don't have to take their own tea bags to away matches.

*hm, or am I deafer than I thought and it was team bags... and if so, what
does that mean, don't players provide their own kit?
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Mike
2017-05-15 15:20:29 UTC
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I heard the repeat of Sunday's TA in the car this afternoon.
The cricket team were playing away at Darrington, weren't they? Adam told
his mother Darrington provide a good spread. So why had Harrington told Rex
to pick up the tea bags* from the pavilion on the way to the match? Surely
they don't have to take their own tea bags to away matches.
*hm, or am I deafer than I thought and it was team bags... and if so, what
does that mean, don't players provide their own kit?
You have me stumped....
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krw
2017-05-15 15:37:04 UTC
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I heard the repeat of Sunday's TA in the car this afternoon.
The cricket team were playing away at Darrington, weren't they? Adam told
his mother Darrington provide a good spread. So why had Harrington told Rex
to pick up the tea bags* from the pavilion on the way to the match? Surely
they don't have to take their own tea bags to away matches.
*hm, or am I deafer than I thought and it was team bags... and if so, what
does that mean, don't players provide their own kit?
You have me stumped....
Team bags would have bats, balls, possibly other team equipment - gloves?
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Steve Hague
2017-05-15 16:57:11 UTC
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I heard the repeat of Sunday's TA in the car this afternoon.
The cricket team were playing away at Darrington, weren't they? Adam told
his mother Darrington provide a good spread. So why had Harrington told Rex
to pick up the tea bags* from the pavilion on the way to the match? Surely
they don't have to take their own tea bags to away matches.
*hm, or am I deafer than I thought and it was team bags... and if so, what
does that mean, don't players provide their own kit?
You have me stumped....
Team bags would have bats, balls, possibly other team equipment - gloves?
Pads and boxes too in my experience.
Steve
Btms
2017-05-15 19:33:38 UTC
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I heard the repeat of Sunday's TA in the car this afternoon.
The cricket team were playing away at Darrington, weren't they? Adam told
his mother Darrington provide a good spread. So why had Harrington told Rex
to pick up the tea bags* from the pavilion on the way to the match? Surely
they don't have to take their own tea bags to away matches.
*hm, or am I deafer than I thought and it was team bags... and if so, what
does that mean, don't players provide their own kit?
You have me stumped....
Team bags would have bats, balls, possibly other team equipment - gloves?
Pads and boxes too in my experience.
Steve
They share boxes! Who knew!
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J. P. Gilliver (John)
2017-05-15 20:13:05 UTC
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*hm, or am I deafer than I thought and it was team bags... and if so, what
does that mean, don't players provide their own kit?
You have me stumped....
Team bags would have bats, balls, possibly other team equipment - gloves?
Pads and boxes too in my experience.
Steve
They share boxes! Who knew!
With the exception of the Royal Box, of course.
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Fenny
2017-05-15 20:26:31 UTC
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Team bags would have bats, balls, possibly other team equipment - gloves?
Surely everyone has their own bats and gloves. I have known the
sharing of boxes, though! Why would the team leave their kit at the
pavillion? Surely it's up to each player to turn up with their own
kit?
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Peter Percival
2017-05-15 21:13:59 UTC
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Team bags would have bats, balls, possibly other team equipment - gloves?
Surely everyone has their own bats and gloves. I have known the
sharing of boxes
I once shared a box with the 7th earl of Harewood.
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, though! Why would the team leave their kit at the
pavillion? Surely it's up to each player to turn up with their own
kit?
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krw
2017-05-15 22:32:15 UTC
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I once shared a box with the 7th earl of Harewood.
Chocolates? Cigars? Wine?
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Vicky
2017-05-16 08:15:02 UTC
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I once shared a box with the 7th earl of Harewood.
Chocolates? Cigars? Wine?
Opera? Theatre?
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Nick Odell
2017-05-16 08:45:50 UTC
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I once shared a box with the 7th earl of Harewood.
Chocolates? Cigars? Wine?
Opera? Theatre?
Cricket?

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2017-05-16 09:56:50 UTC
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I once shared a box with the 7th earl of Harewood.
Chocolates? Cigars? Wine?
Opera? Theatre?
Cricket?
<giggle>
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Mike
2017-05-16 10:06:30 UTC
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I once shared a box with the 7th earl of Harewood.
Chocolates? Cigars? Wine?
Opera? Theatre?
Schrodinger's Cat too?
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Peter Percival
2017-05-16 16:33:34 UTC
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I once shared a box with the 7th earl of Harewood.
Chocolates? Cigars? Wine?
Royal Opera House!

I think George was more of a footie fan than a cricket fan.
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Do, as a concession to my poor wits, Lord Darlington, just explain
to me what you really mean.
I think I had better not, Duchess. Nowadays to be intelligible is
to be found out. -- Oscar Wilde, Lady Windermere's Fan
Chris McMillan
2017-05-15 17:48:28 UTC
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Post by Penny
I heard the repeat of Sunday's TA in the car this afternoon.
The cricket team were playing away at Darrington, weren't they? Adam told
his mother Darrington provide a good spread. So why had Harrington told Rex
to pick up the tea bags* from the pavilion on the way to the match? Surely
they don't have to take their own tea bags to away matches.
*hm, or am I deafer than I thought and it was team bags... and if so, what
does that mean, don't players provide their own kit?
I heard it as team bags.

But I know nothing about cricket 'housekeeping'

Sincerely Chris
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