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Cricket Collection: Lancashire County Cricket Club

Lancashire County Cricket Club Collection
117 items

Background imageCricket Collection: Shane Warne

Shane Warne
Cricket Shane Warne (Aus). England v Australia 1993 1st test @ Old Trafford. 03 - 07/06/1993 Credit : Colorsport

Background imageCricket Collection: Ian Botham - 1981 Ashes

Ian Botham - 1981 Ashes
Cricket - 1981 Ashes, 4th Test - England vs. Australia Englands Ian Botham bowls on the final day of the match at Edgbaston

Background imageCricket Collection: Sachin Tendulkar at the 2011 World Cup

Sachin Tendulkar at the 2011 World Cup
Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar plays a shot against Pakistan during the ICC Cricket World Cup - 2nd Semi-Final India vs Pakistan Played at Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali

Background imageCricket Collection: Kapil Dev is presented with the cricket World Cup in 1983

Kapil Dev is presented with the cricket World Cup in 1983
Cricket - 1983 Prudential Cricket World Cup Final - India vs. West Indies (25/06/1983) Indian captain Kapil Dev collects the trophy on the Lords balcony. India had won the game by 43 runs

Background imageCricket Collection: Sachin Tendulkar at the 2011 World Cup

Sachin Tendulkar at the 2011 World Cup
Cricket - ICC World Cup 2011 - India vs. England Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar celebrates his century against England at the Chinnasummy Cricket Stadium in Bangalore

Background imageCricket Collection: Lancashire C. C. C. - 1914

Lancashire C. C. C. - 1914
Cricket - 1914 season - Lancashire County Cricket Club team group Back (left to right): Jack Sharp, Lawrence Cook, Ernest (G.E.) Tyldesley, James Jas (J.D.) Tyldesley, William Huddleston

Background imageCricket Collection: William Tyldesley - Lancashire C. C. C

William Tyldesley - Lancashire C. C. C
Cricket - 1914 season Lancashires William (W.K.) Tyldesley. He played 87 first-class games for Lancashire between 1908 and 1914

Background imageCricket Collection: Lancashire C. C. C. - 1927 County Champions

Lancashire C. C. C. - 1927 County Champions
Cricket - 1927 season - Lancashire County Cricket Club team group Winners of the 1927 County Championship. Back row (left to right): George Duckworth, Charlie Hallows, Frank Sibbles, John Jack Iddon

Background imageCricket Collection: Lancashire C. C. C. - 1921

Lancashire C. C. C. - 1921
Cricket - 1921 season - Lancashire County Cricket Club team group Back (left to right): Lawrence Cook, Walker Ellis, Richard Dick Tyldesley, Jack Sharp, Cecil Ciss Parkin, Harry Tyldesley

Background imageCricket Collection: David Boon

David Boon
Cricket - Australian cricket team in England in 1989 - 2nd ODI, England vs. Australia Australias David Boon batting at Trent Bridge

Background imageCricket Collection: CWC75: NZ bt Ind 4wkts

CWC75: NZ bt Ind 4wkts
Cricket - 1975 Prudential World Cup - Group A: New Zealand bt India by 4 wickets Indias wicket-keeper Farokh Engineer at Old Trafford, playing in his final ODI

Background imageCricket Collection: Jas Tyldesley - Lancashire C. C. C

Jas Tyldesley - Lancashire C. C. C
Cricket - 1914 season Lancashires James Jas (J.D.) Tyldesley. Tyldesley, a fast bowler, played 116 games for the county between 1910 and 1922

Background imageCricket Collection: Lancashire C. C. C. - 1913

Lancashire C. C. C. - 1913
Cricket - 1913 season - Lancashire County Cricket Club team group Back (left to right): James Heap, Ernest (G.E.) Tyldesley, Ralph Whitehead, William Bill Huddleston, Benjamin Blomley

Background imageCricket Collection: Indias Mohammad Azharuddin on the way to scoring 179 against England in the 2nd Test at Old

Indias Mohammad Azharuddin on the way to scoring 179 against England in the 2nd Test at Old Trafford in 1990
Cricket - 1990 India Tour of England - Second Test Mohammad Azharuddin on the way to scoring 179 in Indias first innings at Old Trafford. The match was drawn

Background imageCricket Collection: Rohan Kanhai - West Indies

Rohan Kanhai - West Indies
Cricket - 1973 West Indies Tour of England - Second Test, Match Drawn West Indies captain Rohan Kanhai bats at Edgbaston, with bowler Tony Greig and wicketkeeper Alan Knott. 09-14/08/1973

Background imageCricket Collection: Paul Allott - England

Paul Allott - England
Cricket Paul Allott (Lancashire) bowls for England. He made 205 first-class appearances for Lancashire between 1978 and 1991, taking 549 wickets, and played 13 tests for England

Background imageCricket Collection: 1989 Ashes: 4th Test

1989 Ashes: 4th Test
Cricket - 1989 Ashes Series - Fourth Test, England vs. Australia Englands Ian Botham jokes with a female streaker at Old Trafford

Background imageCricket Collection: Clive Lloyd - West Indies

Clive Lloyd - West Indies
Cricket - 1984 West Indies Tour of England - First One Day International Clive Lloyd of the West Indies at Old Trafford. 31/05/1984

Background imageCricket Collection: Vijay Merchant - 1946 All-India Tour of England

Vijay Merchant - 1946 All-India Tour of England
Cricket - 1946 All-India Tour of England - Worcestershire beat India 16 runs Vijay Merchant at the County Ground, New Road, Worcester, on 4th May 1946

Background imageCricket Collection: Nawab of Pataudi Snr - 1946 All-India captain

Nawab of Pataudi Snr - 1946 All-India captain
Cricket - 1946 All-India Tour of England - Worcestershire bt India 16r All India captain Nawab of Pataudi Snr. Ifitikhar Ali Khan (sometimes known as I.A.K)

Background imageCricket Collection: The Rajkumar of Vizianagram - 1936 All-India captain

The Rajkumar of Vizianagram - 1936 All-India captain
Cricket - 1936 All-India Tour of England The Rajkumar of Vizianagram (aka Vizzy ), Vijay Ananda Gajapathi Raju, captain of the 1936 All India Tour of England

Background imageCricket Collection: K. S. Duleepsinhji - Sussex

K. S. Duleepsinhji - Sussex
Cricket - 1930 season Duleepsinhji (also known as as Kumar Shri Duleepsinhji, K. S. Duleepsinhji or Duleep) of Sussex. He played for Cambridge University, Sussex and England

Background imageCricket Collection: England - 1981 Ashes Series

England - 1981 Ashes Series
Cricket - 1981 Australia Tour of England - England training before Second Ashes Test at Lords The England team group, with captain Ian Botham

Background imageCricket Collection: Harry Howell - Warwickshire C. C. C

Harry Howell - Warwickshire C. C. C
Cricket - 1913 season Warwickshires Henry Harry Howell. He played for Warwickshire between 1913 and 1928, and played 5 tests for England between 1920 and 1924

Background imageCricket Collection: George Fender - Surrey C. C. C

George Fender - Surrey C. C. C
Cricket - 1914 County Championship - Warwickshire beat Surrey by 80 runs Surreys George Fender. He played 13 tests for England 1920 between 1929. 27/08/1914

Background imageCricket Collection: Surrey C. C. C. - 1955

Surrey C. C. C. - 1955
Cricket - 1955 County Championship - Leicestershire lost to Surrey by 7 wickets The Surrey team group before the game at Grace Road, Leicester, on 21/05/1955

Background imageCricket Collection: Len Hopwood - Lancashire C. C. C

Len Hopwood - Lancashire C. C. C
Cricket - 1928 season Lancashires John Len Hopwood. The all-rounder made 397 first-class appearances for the county between 1923 and 1939, scoring 15519 runs, with 27 centuries

Background imageCricket Collection: James Heap - Lancashire C. C. C

James Heap - Lancashire C. C. C
Cricket - 1914 season Lancashires James Heap. The slow left-armer played 211 first-class games for the county between 1903 and 1921 and took over 400 wickets

Background imageCricket Collection: 1995 B&H Final: Lancs bt Kent

1995 B&H Final: Lancs bt Kent
Michael Atherton (Lancashire) Lancashire 15/07/1995 Credit : Colorsport

Background imageCricket Collection: B&H Cup Final: Lancs bt Kent 35r

B&H Cup Final: Lancs bt Kent 35r
Cricket - 1995 Benson & Hedges Cup Final - Lancashire bt Kent by 35 runs Lancashire players, left to right, Graham Lloyd, Mike Watkinson, Michael Atherton, and Neil Fairbrother at Lords. 15/07/1995

Background imageCricket Collection: Mike Atherton - Lancashire C. C. C

Mike Atherton - Lancashire C. C. C
Cricket - 1993 AXA Equity and Law Sunday League - Middlesex vs. Lancashire Lancashires Mike Atherton takes part in fielding practice at Lords. 12/09/1993

Background imageCricket Collection: B&H SF: Lancs bt Worcs 2wkts

B&H SF: Lancs bt Worcs 2wkts
Cricket - 1995 Benson & Hedges Cup - Semi-Final: Lancashire beat Worcestershire by 2 wickets Lancashire wicket-keeper Warren Hegg whips off the bails at County Ground, New Road, Worcester. 13/06/1995

Background imageCricket Collection: Middlesex lst Lancs 6wkts

Middlesex lst Lancs 6wkts
Cricket - 1991 County Championship - Middlesex lost to Lancashire by 6 wickets Neil Fairbrother bats for Lancashire at Uxbridge. 20/07/1991

Background imageCricket Collection: Neil Fairbrother - Lancashire C. C. C

Neil Fairbrother - Lancashire C. C. C
Cricket - 1987 season - Lancashire photocall Neil Fairbrother

Background imageCricket Collection: Brian Statham - Lancashire C. C. C

Brian Statham - Lancashire C. C. C
Cricket - 1964 season Lancashires Brian George Statham. The fast bowler made 430 appearances for the county between 1950 and 1968, and is their leading first-class wicket-taker with 1816

Background imageCricket Collection: Harry Pilling & Kevin Tebay - Lancashire C. C. C

Harry Pilling & Kevin Tebay - Lancashire C. C. C
Cricket - 1963 County Championship - Yorkshire bt Lancashire by innings and 110 runs Lancashires Harry Pilling, left, and Kevin Tebay at Bramall Lane, Sheffield

Background imageCricket Collection: Jack Ikin & Cyril Washbrook - Lancashire C. C. C

Jack Ikin & Cyril Washbrook - Lancashire C. C. C
Cricket - 1953 season Jack Ikin, left, and Cyril Washbrook walk out to bat for Lancashire. Ikin made 288 first-class appearances for the county between 1939 and 1957, scoring 14327 runs

Background imageCricket Collection: Lancashire C. C. C. - 1950 County Champions (shared)

Lancashire C. C. C. - 1950 County Champions (shared)
Cricket - 1950 season - Lancashire Country Cricket Club team group 1950 County Championship winners (shared with Surrey). Back (left to right): Alfred Barlow, James Geoffrey Lomax, Peter Greenwood

Background imageCricket Collection: Gordon Hodgson - Lancashire C. C. C

Gordon Hodgson - Lancashire C. C. C
Football - 1931 season Lancashires Gordon Hodgson. The South African-born fast bowler played for the county between 1928 and 1932

Background imageCricket Collection: Frank Watson - Lancashire C. C. C

Frank Watson - Lancashire C. C. C
Cricket - 1928 season Lancashires Frank Watson. He made 456 first-class appearances for the county between 1920 and 1937, scoring 22833 runs with 49 centuries, and took 402 wickets

Background imageCricket Collection: Lancashire C. C. C. - 1928 County Champions

Lancashire C. C. C. - 1928 County Champions
Cricket - 1928 season - Lancashire County Cricket Club team group Winner of the 1928 County Championship Back (left to right): John Len Hopwood, Frank Watson, John Jack Iddon, Richard Dick Tyldesley

Background imageCricket Collection: George Duckworth - Lancashire C. C. C

George Duckworth - Lancashire C. C. C
Cricket - 1924 season Lancashires George Duckworth. The wicket-keeper made 424 first-class appearances for the county between 1923 and 1938, and his 925 dismissals are a Lancashire record

Background imageCricket Collection: Roy Tattersall - Lancashire C. C. C

Roy Tattersall - Lancashire C. C. C
Cricket - 1947 season Lancashire off-spinner Roy Tattersall bowls in the nets. He made 277 first-class appearances for the county, taking 1168 wickets, and played 16 tests for England

Background imageCricket Collection: Roy Tattersall & Edward Highton - Lancashire C. C. C

Roy Tattersall & Edward Highton - Lancashire C. C. C
Cricket - 1947 season Lancashires Roy Tattersall, left, and Edward Highton. Tattersall made 277 first-class appearances for the county, taking 1168 wickets, and played 16 tests for England

Background imageCricket Collection: Peter Marner & Ken Grieves - Lancashire C. C. C

Peter Marner & Ken Grieves - Lancashire C. C. C
Cricket - 1954 season - Glamorgan vs. Lancashire Peter Marner, left, and Ken Grieves walk out to bat for Lancashire. Marner made his first-class debut for Lancashire in 1952

Background imageCricket Collection: Malcolm Hilton - Lancashire C. C. C

Malcolm Hilton - Lancashire C. C. C
Cricket - 1947 season Lancashire slow left-armer Malcolm Hilton bowls in the nets. He made 241 first-class appearances for the county between 1946 and 1961, taking 926 wickets

Background imageCricket Collection: Frank Hayes - Lancashire C. C. C

Frank Hayes - Lancashire C. C. C
Cricket - 1975 season Frank Hayes bats for Lancashire in June 1975. He played 228 first-class games for the county between 1970 and 1984, scoring 10899 runs



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