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Dick Horsfall batting. Right-hand batsman
Barry Knight bowling. England all-rounder
Charles Green. Right-hand batsman, captain 1883-8. As chairman 1883-1912, he played a vital role in Essex's move to Leyton and achievement of first-class status.
Doug Insole. Club captain, chairman and president
Bill Greensmith batting. Leg-break and googly bowler and right-hand batsman
Doug Insole. England right-hand batsman, Essex captain 1950-60
Singing group at Leyton, 1932. Below, Roy Sheffield. L to R, Tom Wade, Victor Evans, Cecil Boswell, Stan Nichols. Conductor is Jim Cutmore, a professional music hall entertainer as well as a cricketer.
Lee Irvine batting. South African left-hand batsman.
Slip cordon, 1934. L to R, Stan Nichols, John Stephenson, Tom Wade, Laurie Eastman, Jim Cutmore. Judging by how deep they are standing, the bowler is probably Hopper Read or Ken Farnes.
John Le Fleming (Kent)
Consorting with the enemy. Hopper Read, Tich Freeman (Kent), Stan Nichols, Frank Woolley (Kent) at Ilford, 1935
As captain, Tom Pearce (left) did much to break down the barriers between amateurs and professionals. Here he shares a joke with the professional Jim Cutmore
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