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Title: ... p104 - Edouard Ponsinet by From Hull in Print

p104 - Edouard Ponsinet by From Hull in Print


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1951 Battle of the Boulevard.


The Battle of the Boulevard in 1951 when Other Nationalities won a glorious 17-14 victory over France in their prime, was described as a veritable blood bath. Legendary Aussie forward Arthur Clues knew nothing about it. Marseille policeman Edouard Ponsinet knocked him out to settle an old score while the ball was still in the air from the kick-off.

Flagged out: Boulevard action in front of the original Threepenny Stand

Appears in the following pages ....P104_Edouard PONSINET, P105_Elie BROUSSE
Date of posting ... 03-May-2004
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