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County cricket in 100 objects

The Hove deckchairs

It was telling that when the Brighton paper, The Argus, announced an £8m redevelopment of Hove, home of Sussex County Cricket Club, in 2009, they immediately reassured their readers: “Enjoying cricket from the comfort of a deckchair will remain a pleasure.”

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