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Brass band wearing giant Yorkshire Tea mugs on their heads serenade cricket fans ahead ahead of Ashes Test match

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Brass band wearing giant Yorkshire Tea mugs on their heads serenade cricket fans ahead ahead of Ashes Test match

Brass band wearing giant Yorkshire Tea mugs on their heads serenade cricket fans ahead ahead of Ashes Test match

A band dressed with giant tea cups on their heads serenade fans as they pile into Headingley in Leeds for the first day of the third Test between England and Australia, which starts today (August 22).

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