IN the lead up to its 150th anniversary, the Queanbeyan Cricket Club is looking to track down the identity of the Bluebags outfit pictured here.
The photo was donated to the club has part of a larger collection of pictures and newspaper clippings but carries no identifying information.
It came to light as Queanbeyan ramps up preparations for its 150th anniversary celebrations to be held later this month.
Queanbeyan club secretary Ron Bates said it was possible the photo was from the Bluebags earliest days as a part of the ACT Cricket Association which it joined in 1927.
“Looking at the guy in the suit and cricketers are dressed it could be a team from the 30s but it could be even later than that,” he said. “It could be our premiership side from the 30s or it could even be a Queanbeyan representative side of some description.
“Even if it’s not a premiership side, we still want to be able to get it printed and framed for the clubhouse because it’s all a part of Queanbeyan’s history. We just need to know who it is first.”
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