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First XI - Summer 1938

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Photo provided by Brian Reynolds


Back Row
Harry Chapman Pincher - 2 - F. A. Mellors - W. H. (Bill) Adams - 5 - Morgan

Front Row
Alan Robertson - H. T. Muskett - Peter U. Rumjahn, Captain - J. R. Edwards, Headmaster
I. R. Stewart, Vice Captain - K. Hughes - E. J. Rumjahn

Peter and Ted Rumjahn are wearing caps bearing the date 1936.

 

Additional information from Frank Holland provided by Peter Rumjahn's daughter, Jan.

 
Letters refering to the publication of the photo in
Chapman Pincer's book - Pastoral Symphony


Hilary Robertson writes:

"My Father Alan Robertson was at the Institute until 1938. There are more details about him on Wikipedia. The correction I would like, please, relates to the photo of the cricket team circa 1937 to 1939: I have a very similar one of the team but with the umpire (white coat and trilby, possibly a master?) rather than the headmaster. There are signatures on it, none of which contradict the photo on the site, except that the boy on the far left of the front row is my father, Alan Robertson, and not Bill Thomas as shown. In addition, given that he went to Cambridge in the autumn of 1938, I believe that the team cannot date from as late as 1939. (Later on, in letters home which I have just been reading, he talks of playing for the Liobians team.)"

(The 1937 Green Book credits A. Robertson, I.R. Stewart, P.U. Rumjahn, E.J. Rumjahn and F.A. Mellors with full colours, so this almost certainly is the 1938 season. Robertson and Stewart have half-colours in the 1936 Green Book and are not listed in 1938. Fred.)


Back Row
Morgan - 2 - 3 - K. Hughes - W. H. (Bill) Adams - George Wass

Front Row
Alan Robertson - I. R. Stewart - Peter U. Rumjahn - E. J. (Ted) Rumjahn - H. T. Muskett - F. A. Mellors


Alan Robertson's Full Colours Cricket Cap

Photos provided by Hilary Robertson

Second XI, 1939

Photo provided by James Varey

Names unknown but seated first on left is James' brother, Miles Philip Varey.

First XI, 1947

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Photo provided by Neville Hunter

1958

 

Alan Cadell, Gordon Wilkinson, Dave Gornall
Dave Hemes, R. Bivon, Ian (Titch) Taylor

Photo provided by Dave Hemes

First XI, 1959

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Back Row
Edwin Wass - Phil Jones - Ian Ferguson - Doug Whittaker, Secretary - Alan Donaldson - Barry Tuddenham - Fred Brierley


Front Row
Pete Bevan - Pete Sissons - Ken Chambers - Derek Burnham, Captain - Ian McDermott - Colin Byrne - Dave Barron

1960

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Photo provided by Ken Chambers (L.I. 1953 - 1961)


Back Row
Fred Brierley - Barry Tuddenham - Neil Egerton? - Geoffrey Mordaunt - Tony Archer - Paddy Radcliffe - Edwin Wass


Front Row
Colin Byrne - Pip (DJ) Newton - Dave Barron - Ken Chambers - Alan Donaldson - Pete Sissons - Ian Ferguson

1961

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Photo provided by Ken Chambers (L.I. 1953 - 1961)


Back Row
Fred Brierley - Tony Archer - Pete Duncan - Geoffrey Mordaunt - 5 - David? (Taffy) Hughes) - Edwin Wass


Front Row
Barry Tuddenham - Pip (DJ) Newton - Paddy Radcliffe - Ken Chambers - Alan Donaldson - Ian Ferguson - Pete Sissons

1963

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Photo and names provided by Jim Devine (L.I. 1958 - 1963)


Back Row
Edwin Wass - Dave Spedding - Jim Devine - Jim Kewley - Neil Robertson - Mike Cooper - Ross(?) Gavin


Front Row
Bobby Kendall - Tony Archer - Ian Ferguson - Dave (Taffy) Hughes - Sandy Bradbrook - David Gray

Staff XI, 19xx

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Photo provided by Wally Owen

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Half Colours

Half colours were awarded at the end of the season. To be awarded half colours, you had to have played for the first team for the majority of the season's fixtures.

Full Colours

Full colours were only awarded after consistently good performance as judged by the captain and the relevant master in charge.