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Sir Leonard Hutton - diagram Sir Leonard Hutton

Relief: Sir Leonard Hutton - diagram


One set of stumps is labelled "Pavilion end".

We assume that if one added all the digits together the total would be 364 runs (the record innings that Hutton set in 1938), but we're not checking. This graphic representation of an innings is known as a Fergie Wagon Wheel.

We know of one other public memorial based on the graphic representation of a game: the Plough Lane Landmark.

Site: Sir Leonard Hutton (3 memorials)

SE11, Kennington Oval, John Edrich Gate

We'd guess that the diagram plaque was created soon after the record-breaking innings and had been on display elsewhere until it was moved here to complement the brick sculpture.

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This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Sir Leonard Hutton - diagram

Information Subjects commemorated

Sir Leonard Hutton

Cricketer. Born Yorkshire. Played as an opening batsman for Yorkshire 1934-55...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Sir Leonard Hutton - diagram

Information Also at this site

Sir Leonard Hutton - brick sculpture

Unveiled by Hutton's widow.

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Sir Leonard Hutton - plaque

The "save the Oval" campaign was not, as we first thought, made necessary by ...

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