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Updated: 24-03-2021
Carlisle mourns much-respected coach who left a legacy

Carlisle cricket club is in mourning for an Edenside stalwart who died earlier this week. Bob Maxwell was 89 and died at home on Monday night with his family at his side. Secretary Mark Davidson said: “The contribution Bob made at ...

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