A Drama in One Act by CHARLES BATEMAN
Presented by THE MICROGNOMES
There are twenty minutes to play in the Association Football Cup Match between Blackington City and Trowtown Rovers. The City has scored once, and the crowd of 60,000 has been worked up to a tremendous pitch of excitement. Tim and Joe. professional cracksmen, are amongst the spectators in the enclosure in front of the Grand Stand.
A Police Sergeant:
A Police Constable:
The Club Secretary:
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