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Updated: 25-11-2020
Tributes after death of popular veteran cricketer

A popular former west Cumbrian cricketer has died after a short illness. Alan Parker, who played for both Whitehaven and Egremont in the North Lancashire and Cumberland Senior Leagues, was 72. Whitehaven-born, he was educated at St. Begh’s be...

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