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ONCE A YEAR 1970s BRITISH FOLKLORE

Hurling the Silver Ball. St Columb, Cornwall, England 1974. <br />
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Played annually on Shrove Tuesday. At St Columb hurling is played by two teams comprising of of Townsmen and Countrymen.<br />
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David Juszczak wins a Town ball after 1 hr 5 minutes play.
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Hurling the Silver Ball. St Columb, Cornwall.
Hurling the Silver Ball. St Columb, Cornwall, England 1974.

Played annually on Shrove Tuesday. At St Columb hurling is played by two teams comprising of of Townsmen and Countrymen.

David Juszczak wins a Town ball after 1 hr 5 minutes play.

Filename: Huring the Silver Ball St Columb Cornwall. SHROVE TUESDAY TRADITIONAL BALL GAME ENGLAND 1970S .jpg
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From gallery: ONCE A YEAR 1970s BRITISH FOLKLORE
Source: Homer Sykes
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