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Charterhouse is a hard and true pitch which favours batsmen, and it is no surprise the schools has produced many first-class cricketers, none more famous than Peter May. The pitch itself is located against the imposing backdrop of school and chapel at one end and surrounded by woods on two other sides, with the pavilion, slightly adrift on the far square boundary. It played host to one John Player League match in 1972.

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Robin Smith presents Bob Noble Director of Sports and scorer at Charterhouse School
Charterhouse XI v Robin Smith's Hampshire XI
© Robin Smith
Two former Hampshire players, John Holder and Bob Herman umpire the match
Charterhouse XI v Robin Smith's Hampshire XI
© Robin Smith
Deputy Head master Richard Gilliat and Cricket coach Richard Lewis, two former Hampshire players visit the match
Charterhouse XI v Robin Smith's Hampshire XI
© Robin Smith
James Hamblin, Charterhouse captain for the day and former pupil batting against Hampshire XI (spot the pink cap!)
Charterhouse XI v Robin Smith's Hampshire XI
© Robin Smith
 
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