The Game Of Knur And Spell Has A Long History Going Back Many Hundreds Of Years Quite Possibly Even Back To The Viking Invasions But It Had Its Heyday In The 1920 And 1930s As Thousands Of People From The East Lancashire West Yorkshire Border Towns Flocked To Cheer On And Bet On The Big Name Players Of The Day After The Second World War, The Game Died A Death In Lancashire But Was Revived In The Late 1950s By A Handful Of Die Hard Enthusiasts From Colne This Led To A Resurgence Of The Ancient Game Which, In Turn, Brought With It Corporate Sponsorship, World Championships, TV Coverage, Fiery Fred Trueman And A Whole Lot This Is The Story Of The Post War Rise And Demise Of Knur And Spell In Lancashire Told Through The Eyes And Reflections Of Twice World Champions Stuart Greenfield One Of The Colne Giants.
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- Colne Giants
- Paul Breeze
- 04 June 2018 Paul Breeze