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Conductor, F. W. Locker
Bernard Dudley (tenor)


Conductor: F. W. Locker
Tenor: Bernard Dudley


including Weather Forecast


The Warwickshire County Finals
Coventry v. Aston
A commentary by Harry Walker from the Priory Street Baths,
A water-polo team consists of seven players. Only the goalkeeper is allowed to use both hands at once and to stand when playing the ball. Seven minutes' actual play in each direction makes a match ; time for tricks, penalties, and stoppages not being reckoned. The goalkeeper may not go outside the four-yard line, and the two-yard line represents the offside area.
Coventry have held the Warwickshire County Championship since 1926, have won the Midland District Championship six times, and were Club Champions in 1933. They have two international players, Roy Baker and Arthur Wood. Aston have been Birmingham and District Champions twelve times and have held the Midland district title four times since the war. They too have an international in ' Baby ' Hill.


Commentary By: Harry Walker
Unknown: Roy Baker
Unknown: Arthur Wood.


including Weather Forecast

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