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Cricket Pavilion, Church Lane

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Cricket Pavilion, Church Lane
1909. View of the cricket pavilion situated in the north-east corner of the cricket ground in Church Lane. This was the original pavilion, now demolished. It was painted in the traditional colours of green and white. The ground was laid out by Job Barber. He is recorded as a gardener of Barley Hill in White's Directory of 1891. The cricket club was originally called the 'Club for Garforth Gentlemen'. It amalgamated with Garforth Colliery Team and then became known as Garforth Cricket Club. These spectators are seated in front of the pavilion for F.P. Fawcett's cricket match held in the August of 1909.

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