The last game of summer

Brookes, Tim
September 1993
Yankee;Sep93, Vol. 57 Issue 9, p144
Narrates Allenholm Farms' Pam and Ray Allen's sponsorship of a cricket game to make Jamaican migrant apple workers feel at home. Cricket team in South Hero, Vermont; Description of the game.


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