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00646 Collection

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Background image00646 Collection: Yorkshires Arnie Sidebottom seen here on the attack against Leicestershire at Acklam

Yorkshires Arnie Sidebottom seen here on the attack against Leicestershire at Acklam Park 5th July 1986

Background image00646 Collection: Arnie Sidebottom in action for Yorkshire against Northants during the County Cricket

Arnie Sidebottom in action for Yorkshire against Northants during the County Cricket match at Acklam Park. 31st May 1987

Background image00646 Collection: Lovely weather for ducks - and not the cricketing kind! Taking shelter from

Lovely weather for ducks - and not the cricketing kind! Taking shelter from the rain at Acklam Park (from left to right) Arnie Sidebottom and Phil Carrick (Yorkshire), Tim Robinson (Nottinghamshire)

Background image00646 Collection: David Bairstow Yorkshire wicketkeeper seen here during the match against Leicestershire

David Bairstow Yorkshire wicketkeeper seen here during the match against Leicestershire at Acklam Park 5th July 1986

Background image00646 Collection: A year after the last county championship match was played at Acklam Park Yorkshire

A year after the last county championship match was played at Acklam Park Yorkshire Seconds face Worcestershire Seconds. Our Picture Shows: Yorkshires Ryan Robinson playing with a straight bat

Background image00646 Collection: A damp Acklam Park where Yorkshire were suppose to play their Britannic Assurance County

A damp Acklam Park where Yorkshire were suppose to play their Britannic Assurance County Championship match against Sussex

Background image00646 Collection: Action from the Britannic Assurance County Championship match at Acklam Park between

Action from the Britannic Assurance County Championship match at Acklam Park between Yorkshire and Hampshire. 1st June 1985

Background image00646 Collection: The covers come off at Acklam Park prior to Yorkshire

The covers come off at Acklam Park prior to Yorkshires County Championship match against Leicestershire 5th July 1986

Background image00646 Collection: Gotcha! Jimmy Love, left, grasps his safe pair of hands together to catch Somerset

Gotcha! Jimmy Love, left, grasps his safe pair of hands together to catch Somerset batsman Julian Wyatt for 17 in the match against Yorkshire at Acklam Park 4th June 1984

Background image00646 Collection: Yorkshire Cricket Team seen here warming up before their County Championship match

Yorkshire Cricket Team seen here warming up before their County Championship match against Leicestershire at Acklam Park. 5th July 1986

Background image00646 Collection: Yorkshire fielders Martyn Moxon, Kevin Sharp and Phillip Carrick seen here during

Yorkshire fielders Martyn Moxon, Kevin Sharp and Phillip Carrick seen here during the match against Leicestershire at Acklam Park 5th July 1986

Background image00646 Collection: Phil Carrick Yorkshire skipper along with Sussex captain Paul Parker help with clearing

Phil Carrick Yorkshire skipper along with Sussex captain Paul Parker help with clearing the water from the pitch for their County Championship match at Acklam Park. 8th July 1989

Background image00646 Collection: Howzat! Wayne Larkins, the Northants opener is unmoved by an unsuccessful appeal foe a

Howzat! Wayne Larkins, the Northants opener is unmoved by an unsuccessful appeal foe a catch by Yorkshire wicketkeeper David Bairstow and Bill Athey at Acklam Park. 19th June 1982

Background image00646 Collection: Over and Out. Yorkshire wicketkeeper Steven Rhodes dives to take a spectacular catch in

Over and Out. Yorkshire wicketkeeper Steven Rhodes dives to take a spectacular catch in front of first slip Geoff Boycott to remove Somersets stand-in skipper Peter Roebuck at Acklam Park

Background image00646 Collection: Hamshires Gordon Greenidge excutes a perfect reverse sweep that delighted the fans

Hamshires Gordon Greenidge excutes a perfect reverse sweep that delighted the fans at Acklam Park during Yorkshires County Championship match against Hampshire 2nd June 1985

Background image00646 Collection: A year after the last county championship match was played at Acklam Park Yorkshire

A year after the last county championship match was played at Acklam Park Yorkshire Seconds face Worcestershire Seconds. Our Picture Shows

Background image00646 Collection: Action from the Britannic Assurance County Championship match at Acklam Park between

Action from the Britannic Assurance County Championship match at Acklam Park between Yorkshire and Hampshire. 1st June 1985

Background image00646 Collection: A damp Acklam Park where Yorkshire were suppose to play their Britannic Assurance County

A damp Acklam Park where Yorkshire were suppose to play their Britannic Assurance County Championship match against Sussex

Background image00646 Collection: Action from the Britannic Assurance County Championship match at Acklam Park between

Action from the Britannic Assurance County Championship match at Acklam Park between Yorkshire and Hampshire. 1st June 1985

Background image00646 Collection: A damp Acklam Park where Yorkshire were suppose to play their Britannic Assurance County

A damp Acklam Park where Yorkshire were suppose to play their Britannic Assurance County Championship match against Sussex

Background image00646 Collection: Yorkshire fielders Martyn Moxon, Kevin Sharp and Phillip Carrick seen here during

Yorkshire fielders Martyn Moxon, Kevin Sharp and Phillip Carrick seen here during the match against Leicestershire at Acklam Park 5th July 1986


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Why Choose Us?

We are a leading provider of Art Prints and Photo Gifts since 2003, working in partnership with a range of Sporting Clubs, Charities, Museums and Picture Libraries. A large share of profits from any of their images will go directly towards supporting that charity or club. Our archive of images is carefully curated to bring you a wide range of subjects, including landscapes, wildlife, architecture, and more. We ship from our partner labs in the UK, USA, EU (Netherlands) and Australia.
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Is wall art ready to hang?

For quick and easy installation all wall art, including framed prints, canvas prints and metal prints are supplied with a ready to hang solution on the back. Generally, saw tooth hangers are applied as they allow wall art to hang flush against the wall. The serrated edge of the hanger prevents the frame from shifting or tilting when hung.
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Are the photo prints fade resistant?

Yes, we use archival quality photo paper photographic paper for vivid reproduction Prints are an accurate representations of the original artwork, which is preserved for artistic character and authenticity. We guarantee they match previews shown on our web site