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I had a great tour guide as well. Did the same thing, but gave some interesting historical snippets about cricket that I never knew. I honestly didn't know that in the early days of the game batsmen were allowed to attack fielders with their bats to stop them catching the ball until I took the Lord's tour. I think it would be a good way to raise Test match attendances tbh
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Yeah I got a free Lord's tour when I was in the MCC coaching clinic a few years back.. Was genuinely interesting, although I wasn't a fan then of the stuffy attitude of the place, I am now as these guys seem to represent the last bastion of the anti-bollywoodization of cricket
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