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STRONG TEAM FOR SOUTH AT CRICKET
South Melbourne cricketers, who have been working in the gymnasium for several months, gave a warm welcome this week to WO Pat Fei
rero, who was a POW in Germany j
for some time. He expects to rejoin ]
the club. The team should be strong j this year. Ian Johnson and Ian I Lee, former state captains; Laurie Nash, former Test player; and the Fitzmaurice brothers are likely to return, but Cornelius, captain, has announced his retirement. He in- tends to concentrate on golf, and, already on a fairly low mark, won the Albert Park shield last week. The first practice will be at St Kevin's oval next Sunday.
North Melbourne began practice on Saturday. White, Deveney, Now- land, and Gent are expected to re- sume, and much is expected from Chadwick, of Yarraville, who is only
Because the ground is needed for football on Tuesday and Thursday, Collingwood have arranged to prac- tise today and on Wednesday.