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Harris and another St Helen’s landmark: Andrew Hignell

The St Helen’s ground in Swansea holds a very special place in the memories of Glamorgan supporters as it was at the ground overlooking Swansea Bay that the Welsh county defeated the Australians on consecutive tours in 1964 and 1968. … Continue reading

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Fight to preserve Swansea festival is stepped up

Glamorgan head for their annual visit to Swansea this week with festival organisers warning about the uncertain future of first-class cricket at the ground where Sir Garfield Sobers hit his six sixes in 1968. The St Helen’s Balconiers, who have … Continue reading

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