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The Perfect Pitch 17h
JS Lawncare with another of barrowcricketclub in the Northern Premier League.
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The Perfect Pitch 17h
Nathan Patrick with the wicket produced at Didcot CC in Oxfordshire for the ECB Deaf XI vs Southern Oxfordshire Amateurs (SOA) Quality work from Curator Ed Martlew.
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The Perfect Pitch Jun 21
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The Perfect Pitch Jun 22
Peter Clifford with a first day wicket at Ayr Scotland plenty of grass and played well for 3 days. NSW Emu Colts v Scotland high performance squad.
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The Perfect Pitch Jun 21
@_amanbhaduriya_ with a ground in Uttar Pradesh, India. Made from black clay from an old lake.
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The Perfect Pitch Jun 21
Curator Simon Chudleigh with Fred's Pass looking in good nick. Big turn around from a couple years ago, looks like they're getting the formula right.
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Alex Wild Mar 14
Happiness is a specimen loan returned with everything neatly ordered and identified.
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FUMIGRAPHIK Apr 24
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The Perfect Pitch Jun 18
What's your favourite press? The second or third set of rolling is a real good one where you can see if the wicket is taking shape and will come up how you like.
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The Perfect Pitch Jun 21
Here’s a couple morw of the Durham School deck posted the other day. Taken yesterday. It was the second day hosting Ivanhoe in a . Thanks Barry Boustead
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The Perfect Pitch Jun 21
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Charlotte Grobler May 7
Sometimes it’s all spreadsheets and schedules, other times it’s picking out goose quills for re-created rooms
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Marina Loew May 15
Today I: - Finish installing an exhibit - Get artwork to jurors for next exhibit - Finalize everything for a conference I'm in charge of tomorrow - Have an opening reception - Start my next semester ...wish me luck.
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FUMIGRAPHIK Apr 25
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Matilda Vaughan Dec 5
The delight yesterday in watching a visitor point out all the tiny details they had first admired as a child of 7. This model ship, now in storage, was once the object they always wanted to see when visiting the museum in the late 1950s & 1960s
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Kirsty Archer-T Dec 21
Today, as an early Christmas present to yours truly, I allowed myself the rare opportunity to work on the uncatalogued material still bursting out of trunks and cases in the attics. And the stories pour out like rain. 😍
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Austin Bell Dec 7
your exhibit makes sense
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Kelli Cadenas Jan 7
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The Perfect Pitch Jun 20
Wicket looking a treat for this weekend. Got it wrong regarding Darwin playing PINT at the ground. Darwin take on Southern Districts in C grade. Good times still
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cole Dec 3
The first thing to do when someone randomly asks you to identify an object— whether it’s a bone, rock, portrait, etc— is just lick it. Just get a big good lick in there & look back at them seriously & they’ll never ask you to identify anything ever again
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