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Calais, France

Calais Jungle Cricket

Look out England. The ‘Calais Jungle cricket X1’ playing on the wasteland next to the Jungle camp on Tuesday evening before the rain and bad light caused the hardiest of players to retire back to their homes for shelter.

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Look out England. The 'Calais Jungle cricket X1' playing on the wasteland next to the Jungle camp on Tuesday evening before the rain and bad light caused the hardiest of players to retire back to their homes for shelter - PICTURE BY JOHN McLELLAN - 28.6.16
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That's better. The 'Calais Jungle cricket X1' - plus twelfth man, pose on the wasteland next to the Jungle camp on Tuesday evening before the rain and bad light stopped play - PICTURE BY JOHN McLELLAN - 28.6.16
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Look out England. The 'Calais Jungle cricket X1' playing on the wasteland next to the Jungle camp on Tuesday evening before the rain and bad light caused the hardiest of players to retire back to their homes for shelter - PICTURE BY JOHN McLELLAN - 28.6.16
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Look out England. The 'Calais Jungle cricket X1' playing on the wasteland next to the Jungle camp on Tuesday evening before the rain and bad light caused the hardiest of players to retire back to their homes for shelter - PICTURE BY JOHN McLELLAN - 28.6.16
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Look out England. Fast bowler Mohamed Mustafa, 24, from Kabul, Afghanistan, who has been in the Jungle for five months, said: ‘Cricket keeps us fit. I used to play a lot in Afghanistan. The 'Calais Jungle cricket X1' played on the wasteland next to the Jungle camp on Tuesday evening before the rain and bad light caused the hardiest of players to retire back to their homes for shelter - PICTURE BY JOHN McLELLAN - 28.6.16
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Look out England. The 'Calais Jungle cricket X1' playing on the wasteland next to the Jungle camp on Tuesday evening before the rain and bad light caused the hardiest of players to retire back to their homes for shelter - PICTURE BY JOHN McLELLAN - 28.6.16
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Look out England. The 'Calais Jungle cricket X1' playing on the wasteland next to the Jungle camp on Tuesday evening before the rain and bad light caused the hardiest of players to retire back to their homes for shelter - PICTURE BY JOHN McLELLAN - 28.6.16
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Look out England. Bowler migrant Hamid Safi, 20, from Afghanistan’s Kapisa for the 'Calais Jungle cricket X1' playing on the wasteland next to the Jungle camp on Tuesday evening before the rain and bad light caused the hardiest of players to retire back to their homes for shelter - PICTURE BY JOHN McLELLAN - 28.6.16
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Look out England. The 'Calais Jungle cricket X1' playing on the wasteland next to the Jungle camp on Tuesday evening before the rain and bad light caused the hardiest of players to retire back to their homes for shelter - PICTURE BY JOHN McLELLAN - 28.6.16
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Look out England. Bowler migrant Hamid Safi, 20, from Afghanistan’s Kapisa for the 'Calais Jungle cricket X1' playing on the wasteland next to the Jungle camp on Tuesday evening before the rain and bad light caused the hardiest of players to retire back to their homes for shelter - PICTURE BY JOHN McLELLAN - 28.6.16
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