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West Indies Cricket Team - 1957 Tour - Signatures Featured Related Images Image

West Indies Cricket Team - 1957 Tour - Signatures

The West Indies Cricket Team - Tour of England 1957. Featured are the brilliant (Sir) Garfield (Gary) Sobers, Frank Worrell, Everton Weekes, (Sir) Wesley Winfield Hall and Sonny Ramadhin. The signatures of all the players can be found on the reverse (see 10644613). Date: 1957

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Don Bradman Going out to Bat for the Last Time, Melbourne Cr Featured Related Images Image

Don Bradman Going out to Bat for the Last Time, Melbourne Cr

Photograph of Don Bradman going out to bat, during his last first-class cricket match; a game between Bradman's XI and L. Hassett's XI, held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, December 1948. Bradman, characteristically, scored a century. In a career of over 20 years, Don Bradman scored 27, 984 first-class runs at an average of 95.5 for New South Wales and South Australia. His test batting average of 99.94 in 80 innings is unlikely ever to be equalled

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Worcester in 1948 RAF_541_143_rp_3015

RAF Vertical aerial photograph of Worcester taken on August 24, 1948. The River Severn runs from bottom (north) to top (south) with the Cathedral top left and Worcester racecourse at Pitchcroft also on the left bank. On the right bank can be seen the County Cricket Ground at New Road, the suburb of St Johns and a variety of wartime buildings including the site of what later became the University of Worcester

© source: Historic England Archive