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Cricket used to be an Australian community sport and the cricket pitch in the Reserve on which the two princes had played a match with the locals in 1881 was much used until the 1960s

Enjoying a game of cricket on the Reserve cricket pitch, 1930s. This was the same cricket pitch on which Prince George, heir to the British throne, and his brother Prince Albert enjoyed a game of cricket on in 1881. Cox/Morgan
The shelter shed on the cricket pitch. Lee Jones
The shelter shed stood until October 1998 when it collapsed. It was not replaced. Stan Hiskins
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