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Picnic vandals leave historic Ilford cricket club’s wicket like a ‘bombsite’
Evening Standard
Players at the historic London cricket club where former England captain Nasser Hussain began his career were left horrified after vandal picnickers turned the wicket into a “bombsite”. Tartan blankets strewn with takeaway boxes, paper plates, drinks


Evening Standard

Picnic vandals leave historic Ilford cricket club's wicket like a 'bombsite'
Evening Standard
Players at the historic London cricket club where former England captain Nasser Hussain began his career were left horrified after vandal picnickers turned the wicket into a “bombsite”. Tartan blankets strewn with takeaway boxes, paper plates, drinks

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