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Jack Malone

Jack’s backstory to come soon.

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Women at Cherbourg Aboriginal Settlement 1934

Aunty Doris Murray (far left) (on truck, second from left) Theo Combo, Jack Malone and Jim Stanley (wearing cap)   → View item

Barambah Cricket Team 1930

The sports’ teams and their success are a great source of pride for the players and the people alike. From 1922, Barambah cricketers compete against local teams in social matches. In 1929, the Barambah Cricket Team join the Kilkivan-Murgon District Cricket Association. Their success is immedeiate. From 1933 to 1937, the Cherbourg cricket team is undefeated in the Murgon district competition. The team contains many gifted players, Frank Fisher, Jack Daylight, Eddie Gilbert and Stanley Alberts and   → View item

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