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Can anyone identify any of these people? Dates! Please get in touch!

This is a very beautiful image of the pitch with a big match in progress.
This is a very beautiful image of the pitch with a big match in progress.
Is this the team that played in the match above? Don Impey thinks that this picture was taken about 1948 and these people are (L to R, back to Front): Dick Oakley (Ivy's husband), Bill Fleckney (Doreen's husband), Cecil "Knocker" Brown, Alf Goodwin (umpire), John Oakley (he lived in the house behind Berrystead), Pat Barr, Rex Jeffs; Ted Jarvis (the butcher), Ben Oakley (brother to Dick), Michael Anstey (he had the coal merchants in Woburn Sands), Ken Cousins, Frank Fleet (captain and father of Ann), Tom Brazier (in jacket).
Is this the team that played in the match above?
Don Impey thinks that this picture was taken about 1948 and these people are (L to R, back to Front): Dick Oakley (Ivy’s husband), Bill Fleckney (Doreen’s husband), Cecil “Knocker” Brown, Alf Goodwin (umpire), John Oakley (he lived in the house behind Berrystead), Pat Barr, Rex Jeffs; Ted Jarvis (the butcher), Ben Oakley (brother to Dick), Michael Anstey (he had the coal merchants in Woburn Sands), Ken Cousins, Frank Fleet (captain and father of Ann), Tom Brazier (in jacket).
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Don Impey thinks these people are (L to R, back to front): John Oakley (in jacket), Dick Oakley, ?,?, Jim Smith (secretary, lived at Holly Hedges), Bert Oakley, Mick Ryan; "Knocker" Brown, Ted Jarvis (the butcher), Tom Norris, Ben Oakley, Mick Anstey, Pat Barr.
Don Impey thinks these people are (L to R, back to front): John Oakley (in jacket), Dick Oakley, ?,?, Jim Smith (secretary, lived at Holly Hedges), Bert Oakley, Mick Ryan; “Knocker” Brown, Ted Jarvis (the butcher), Tom Norris, Ben Oakley, Mick Anstey, Pat Barr.

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