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Sportsmen's Evening

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
A visit to Eltham Baths to see a new game.

Head Tennis: Charlton Athletic v. Arsenal
Charlton Athletic: Chris Duffy, Billy Shreeve, Sam Bartram, Harold Phipps
Arsenal: To be selected from Leslie Compton, Reg Lewis, Ronnie Rooke, Doug Lishman, Don Roper, Ian McPherson
Referee: Jimmy Trotter

Badminton: Tommy Wingfield v. Warwick Shute
A challenge match by the two English International players.

During the interval Leslie Welch, the Memory Man, answers questions.

Contributors

Player (Head Tennis - Charlton): Chris Duffy
Player (Head Tennis - Charlton): Billy Shreeve
Player (Head Tennis - Charlton): Sam Bartram
Player (Head Tennis - Charlton): Harold Phipps
Player (Head Tennis - Arsenal): Leslie Compton
Player (Head Tennis - Arsenal): Reg Lewis
Player (Head Tennis - Arsenal): Ronnie Rooke
Player (Head Tennis - Arsenal): Doug Lishman
Player (Head Tennis - Arsenal): Don Roper
Player (Head Tennis - Arsenal): Ian McPherson
Referee (Head Tennis): Jimmy Trotter
Player (Badminton): Tommy Wingfield
Player (Badminton): Warwick Shute
Memory Man: Leslie Welch
Commentary: Michael Henderson
Commentary: Peter Lloyd






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