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Background imageRelated Images Collection: Douglas Jardine - Surrey C. C. C

Douglas Jardine - Surrey C. C. C
Cricket - 1925 season - Surrey C.C.C. team group Douglas Jardine wearing his Harlequin cap

Background imageRelated Images 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 imageRelated Images Collection: Peter Lever - Lancashire C. C. C

Peter Lever - Lancashire C. C. C
Cricket - 1963 County Championship - Lancashire vs. Yorkshire Lancashires Peter Lever at Bramall Lane, Sheffield. He made 268 first-class appearances for the county between 1960 and 1976

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Billy Wedlock - Bristol City

Billy Wedlock - Bristol City
Football - 1914 / 1915 season - Bristol City photocall Billy Wedlock poses in cricket kit. He won 26 England caps between 1907 and 1914

Background imageRelated Images Collection: John Snow - England

John Snow - England
Cricket - 1973 season - England vs. The Rest Englands John Snow. Test Trial 30/05/1973

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Harold Larwood

Harold Larwood
Cricket - 1930 season Harold Larwood of Nottinghamshire and England. He is best known for his part in the Bodyline controversy during the 1932/33 Ashes Tour in Australia

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Watching cricket a064195

Watching cricket a064195
KEW GREEN, London. View of two standing boys and a seated man watching a game of cricket on Kew Green. Photographed by John Gay. Date range: Jan 1962 - May 1964

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Ian Botham plays for Durham 1992

Ian Botham plays for Durham 1992
Ian Botham smashes a four off Allott in Durham's first inning as a major county

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Trent Bridge 35013_041

Trent Bridge 35013_041
Trent Bridge Cricket Ground, Nottinghamshire, 2021

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The Cricketer

The Cricketer. People You See, from Teddy Bear magazine, 1964. Date: 1964

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Test stars in Hull - Geoff Boycott and Phil Sharpe go out to open Yorkshire

Test stars in Hull - Geoff Boycott and Phil Sharpe go out to open Yorkshires innings at Fenner s. Boycott (70) was Yorkshires top scorer in their winning total of 184 for four

Background imageRelated Images Collection: 1974 British GP

1974 British GP
BRANDS HATCH, UNITED KINGDOM - JULY 20: Team photo for the annual charity cricket match. Back row (L to R): Ken Tyrrell, John Watson, Guy Edwards, Mike Hailwood, James Hunt, Graham Hill

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Sea Wolf Missile Firing

Sea Wolf Missile Firing
A Sea Wolf surface to air missile leaves the launcher onboard Type 23 frigate HMS Montrose during an exercise. Seawolf is the shield of Britains frigate fleet against air attack

Background imageRelated Images Collection: John Devey, footballer and cricketer

John Devey, footballer and cricketer
John Henry George Jack Devey (1866-1940), footballer for West Bromwich Albion, Mitchells St George s, Aston Villa and England, and a first-class cricketer for Warwickshire. 1890s

Background imageRelated Images Collection: James F Byrne, rugby player and cricketer

James F Byrne, rugby player and cricketer
James Frederick Byrne (1871-1954), rugby player for England and the British and Irish Lions, and first-class cricketer for Warwickshire (captain). 1890s

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Good Luck card with two cricket bats, a ball and a wicket

Good Luck card with two cricket bats, a ball and a wicket. Date: circa 1890s

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Cricket. Not Out. Batsman completes a quick single. Date: 1904

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Ordnance Survey map: Totley, 1876

Ordnance Survey map: Totley, 1876
Scale: 25 inches to 1 mile.Original at Sheffield Local Studies Library: Derbyshire sheet XI.15.Includes: Old Hay Brook, Grove House, Crown Inn, Hillfoot, Totley Bents, Cricket Inn, recreation ground

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Aerial view of sports venues in Melbourne illuminated at night

Aerial view of sports venues in Melbourne illuminated at night
Elevated view of the Rod laver Arena, Melbourne Cricket ground and aMI park in Melbourne illuminated at night

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Cricket - West Indies vs. Pakistan T20 match

Cricket - West Indies vs. Pakistan T20 match
Pakistans Ahmed Shehzad leaps in the air as he fields a ball during the third of four-T20I-match between West Indies and Pakistan at the Queens Park Oval in Port of Spain, Trinidad, on April 1, 2017

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Sunset at Adelaide Oval Prior to Redevelopment, South Australia

Sunset at Adelaide Oval Prior to Redevelopment, South Australia
Adelaide Oval is a stadium in Adelaide, South Australia, located in the parklands between the city centre and North Adelaide

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Oblong-Winged Katydid -Amblycorypha oblongifolia-, green morph, male, Tambopata Nature Reserve

Oblong-Winged Katydid -Amblycorypha oblongifolia-, green morph, male, Tambopata Nature Reserve, Madre de Dios Region, Peru

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Wimborne Minster - The Grammar School

Wimborne Minster - The Grammar School - schoolboys playing cricket in the yard Date: circa 1907

Background imageRelated Images Collection: W Mervyn Wallace batting against Sussex in 1949s C Griffith is keeping wicket

W Mervyn Wallace batting against Sussex in 1949s C Griffith is keeping wicket

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Ranji gives his house at Staines, Jamnagar as a hospital The Prince of Wales Hospital

Ranji gives his house at Staines, Jamnagar as a hospital The Prince of Wales Hospital. Ranjitsinhji Vibhaji, Maharaja Jam Sahib of Nawanagar GCSI

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Ranji gives his house at Staines, Jamnagar as a hospital The Prince of Wales

Ranji gives his house at Staines, Jamnagar as a hospital The Prince of Wales Hospital. Ranjitsinhji Vibhaji, Maharaja Jam Sahib of Nawanagar GCSI

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Surrey Boy Bowler, Busy at the Oval cricket ground in London Ronald Lowe the 16

Surrey Boy Bowler, Busy at the Oval cricket ground in London Ronald Lowe the 16 year old member of the Mitcham Cricket Club who has joined the Surrey ground staff

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Lurgashall Fete - July 1940

Lurgashall Fete - July 1940
Children performing in the foreground, game of cricket in the background viewed by crowd of spectators. Garland Collection West Sussex Record Office Ref. No. Garland N19551

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Somerset lst Yorks 3w

Somerset lst Yorks 3w
Cricket - 1984 County Championship - Somerset lost Yorkshire 3 wickets Ian Botham bats for Somerset, at the County Ground, Taunton. 30/04/1984

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Herbert Strudwick - Surrey C. C. C

Herbert Strudwick - Surrey C. C. C
Cricket - 1914 County Championship - Warwickshire beat Surrey by 80 runs Surreys Herbert Strudwick. He played 28 tests for England 1909 between 1926. 27/08/1914

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Donald Knight - Surrey C. C. C

Donald Knight - Surrey C. C. C
Cricket - 1914 County Championship - Warwickshire beat Surrey by 80 runs Surreys Donald Knight. He played 2 tests for England, both in the 1921 Ashes. 27/08/1914

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Bill Hitch - Surrey C. C. C

Bill Hitch - Surrey C. C. C
Cricket - 1914 County Championship - Warwickshire beat Surrey by 80 runs Surreys Bill Hitch. He played 7 tests for England 1912 between 1921. 27/08/1914

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Worcestershire C. C. C. - 1914

Worcestershire C. C. C. - 1914
Cricket - 1914 season - Worcestershire County Cricket team group Back (left to right): Lane, J Brown (Umpire), Frank Chester, Christopher Collier, Fred Bowley, John Alexander Cuffe, Ernest Bale

Background imageRelated Images 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 imageRelated Images Collection: 1st ODI - Eng lst WI 104 runs

1st ODI - Eng lst WI 104 runs
Cricket - 1984 West Indies Tour of England - First One Day International (ODI) at Old Trafford Englands Graeme Fowler (Lancashire) bats in the Texaco Trophy match. 31/05/1984

Background imageRelated Images 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 imageRelated Images 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 imageRelated Images 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 imageRelated Images Collection: Bob Barber & Jack Dyson - Lancashire C. C. C

Bob Barber & Jack Dyson - Lancashire C. C. C
Cricket - 1957 season Bob Barber, left, and Jack Dyson walk out to bat for Lancashire. Barber was a leg-spinning all-rounder who made 155 first-class appearances for the county between 1954 and 1962

Background imageRelated Images 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 imageRelated Images 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 imageRelated Images Collection: Neil Fairbrother - Lancashire C. C. C

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

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Ken Grieves - Lancashire C. C. C

Ken Grieves - Lancashire C. C. C
Cricket - 1964 season Lancashires Ken Grieves. He made 452 first-class appearances for the county between 1949 and 1964, scoring 20802 runs with 26 centuries, and a county record 555 catches

Background imageRelated Images 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 imageRelated Images Collection: Ken Higgs - Lancashire C. C. C

Ken Higgs - Lancashire C. C. C
Cricket - 1964 season Lancashires Kenneth Higgs. He made 306 first-class appearances for Lancashire between 1958 and 1969, taking 1033 wickets. He played 15 tests for England

Background imageRelated Images 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 imageRelated Images Collection: Smith, Clayton, Kelly, Goodwin - Lancashire C. C. C

Smith, Clayton, Kelly, Goodwin - Lancashire C. C. C
Cricket - 1956 season - Lancashire County Cricket Club photocall Left to right: Sidney Smith, Geoffrey Clayton (wicket-keeper), Edward Kelly and Freddie Goodwin

Background imageRelated Images 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



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