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DEATH IN THE CRICKET FIELD.

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DEATH IN THE CRICKET FIELD. On Monday an inquest was held at Dulwich, by Mr. Wyatt, coroner, on the body of George Little- field, an inspector in the service ot the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, who met with his death while playing in a cricket match at Dulwich on Saturday afternoon. a Frank Littlefield said deceased was his brother, and lived at 5, Stanner-street, Battersea. He was 35 years of age. He was playing in a match in the Plough fields on Saturday afternoon, keeping wicket, and in the interval between one batsman going out and another coming in, be was walking about the field, and suddenly fell on his face. A doctor was immediately sent for. Deceased had been under treatment for heart disease for three weeks. Dr. Lamson said be was called and saw the deceased in the field where he fell. He found the heart still fluttering, and used every effort to restore its action, but failed. There was no marks upon the body, and although he had not made a post-mortem examination, he had no doubt that death had resulted from a sudden cessation of the heart's aotion, caused immediately by over. excitement. The jury found a verdict in accordance with the medical evidence.

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