All Our Yesterdays - Part 3: March 1991

ALL OUR YESTERDAYS

30 Years ago in March 1991


As the build-up to the 1991 season continued there was great anticipation at Broad Oak as they opened their new £300,000+ clubhouse for the first time. An opening ceremony conducted by Huddersfield comedian Ceddie Beaumont was performed when he unveiled a commemorative wall plaque.


Things weren't so good at Brighouse as they withdrew their team from the Subscription Cup. Twice Yorkshire Cup winners and twice runners-up in the last 5 years they cannot raise a full team for the 1991 season so have had to withdraw. The Brighouse team has been a major player in the Subscription for the last 4 years finishing runners-up to Longwood the previous year and past Champions in 1988.


Earlier in the month at The Griffin, Tony Wilson had won the Stones Cup (picture below) after coming from 16-22 down to eventually beat Paul Sigsworth 31-24 and take the pre-1900 trophy and £250 cash prize.

COMING NEXT: Part 4: April 1991 - Griffin Champion of Champions and the youngest ever county senior team bowler

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