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Background imageRelated Images Collection: Galle - Sri Lanka

Galle - Sri Lanka
Galle, viewed from the harbour, Sri Lanka. A famous Test cricket ground, Galle was devastated by the Tsunami of 2004. The cricket ground is alongside the Portuguese Fort, rebuilt in the 17th century

Background imageRelated Images Collection: European mole cricket. Europe

European mole cricket. Europe
PPG-1525 European MOLE CRICKET - close-up of head Europe Gryllotalpa Gryllotalpa Or.: Europe occidentale Pascal Goetgheluck Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Cricket Match 1743

Cricket Match 1743
A cricket match at the Artillery Ground, London. The 18th century bat was a longer, heavier, curved version and just one two-stump wicket was used

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Liverpool Cricket and Sports Club PLA01_02_020

Liverpool Cricket and Sports Club PLA01_02_020
Liverpool Cricket and Sports Club, Aigburth Road, Aigburth, Liverpool. The cricket pavilion of Liverpool Cricket and Sports Club at Aigburth Cricket Ground, seen from the east

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Trent Bridge 34076_001

Trent Bridge 34076_001
Trent Bridge Cricket Ground, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, 2018

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Yorkshire, The Champion County Cricket Team 1919

Yorkshire, The Champion County Cricket Team 1919
The champion county cricket team of the 1919 season. Date: 1919

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Sourav Ganguly - Indian cricketer

Sourav Ganguly - Indian cricketer Date: 1990s - 2000s

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Jack Russell - England cricketer

Jack Russell - England cricketer Date: 1980s - 1990s

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The Australian Cricket Team 1890

The Australian Cricket Team 1890. 1890

Background imageRelated Images Collection: West Indies cricket tour of England 1957, Our picture shows, Warwickshire v West Indies

West Indies cricket tour of England 1957, Our picture shows, Warwickshire v West Indies, 3 day match (7th, 8th, 9th August 1957) at Edgbaston, Birmingham, Roy Gilchrist

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Brian Eno holding receiving his award at The Oval Pop Festival, Oval Cricket Ground

Brian Eno holding receiving his award at The Oval Pop Festival, Oval Cricket Ground, South London. The festival was sponsored by Music Magazine Melody Maker Picture taken 30th September 1972

Background imageRelated Images Collection: County Championship 1967. Kent v. Warwickshire at Crabble Athletic Ground, Dover

County Championship 1967. Kent v. Warwickshire at Crabble Athletic Ground, Dover. Colin Cowdrey goes into bat. 30th August 1967

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Cricket match being played in Top Hats at Richmond, Surrey. c. 1908

Cricket match being played in Top Hats at Richmond, Surrey. c. 1908
Cricket match being played in Top Hats at Richmond, Surrey. c.1908

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Australian cricketer Graham McKenzie. Local Caption watsccan - 27 / 07 / 2010

Australian cricketer Graham McKenzie. Local Caption watsccan - 27 / 07 / 2010
Australian cricketer Graham McKenzie. watsccan - - 27/07/2010

Background imageRelated Images Collection: West Indies v England at Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados, Mar 13-18

West Indies v England at Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados, Mar 13-18, 1981 Clive Lloyd, Graham Dilley and Chris Balderstone preparing for the game. The Wisden Trophy, 3rd Test

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The Oval gasometer gets a coat of paint 1964

The Oval gasometer gets a coat of paint 1964
The Oval gasometer gets a coat of paint during the England v Australia 5th Test Match at the Oval 1964

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Cricket match, Trewinnard Court pitch, Truro Cathedral School, Truro, Cornwall. 5th June 1915

Cricket match, Trewinnard Court pitch, Truro Cathedral School, Truro, Cornwall. 5th June 1915
General view of a cricket match at the Trewinnard Court pitch between Truro Cathedral School 1st Eleven and Truro High School for Girls. Photographer: Arthur William Jordan

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Lords and Gentlemen of Surrey and Kent Playing Cricket at Knole Park, Kent, 1775, 1947

Lords and Gentlemen of Surrey and Kent Playing Cricket at Knole Park, Kent, 1775, 1947
Lords and Gentlemen of Surrey and Kent Playing Cricket at Knole Park, Kent, 1775, (1947). Cricket match in the grounds of a stately home near Sevenoaks

Background imageRelated Images Collection: People Watching a Game at the Germantown Cricket Club in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

People Watching a Game at the Germantown Cricket Club in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Crowd of people watching a cricket match at Germantown Cricket Club in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Vintage etching circa late 19th century

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Cricket - Batsman

Cricket - Batsman
Vintage engraving showing a batsman playing a square leg hit during a cricket match, 1888

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Cricket

Cricket
6th March 1926: Young boys playing cricket in a London street. (Photo by Central Press/Getty Images)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Outdoor games. Cricket

Outdoor games. Cricket
Young Edwardian boy with a cricket bat. Date: circa 1903

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Northamptonshire CCC Cricket Team

Northamptonshire CCC Cricket Team
Group photo, Northamptonshire CCC Cricket Team. Date: circa 1936

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Annual Eton v Harrow cricket match at Lords

Annual Eton v Harrow cricket match at Lords
Scene during the annual Eton v Harrow cricket match at Lords Cricket Ground in NW London, 13 July 1934. Showing people strolling about during the lunch interval

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Denis Compton and Patsy Hendren at The Oval, London

Denis Compton and Patsy Hendren at The Oval, London
Denis Compton (1918-1997) and Patsy Hendren (1889-1962) at The Oval, London, coming out to bat in a match between Surrey and Middlesex, 1st innings, Monday 10 August 1936. Date: 1936

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Plan of Carbrook Recreation Ground, 1897

Plan of Carbrook Recreation Ground, 1897
Image from Sheffield City Council, General Purposes and Parks Committee - Plans and Description of Parks and Recreation Grounds (Local Studies Library 352.7 SQ)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: SUDAN: CRICKET, 1899. Peace in the Soudan: the first cricket match ever played at Khartoum

SUDAN: CRICKET, 1899. Peace in the Soudan: the first cricket match ever played at Khartoum. Illustration, 1899

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Cricket Bats

Cricket Bats
circa 1890: An illustration of a variety of types of old cricket bats. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The West Indies Cricket Team - Tour of England 1957

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

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Douglas V P Wright bowling for England against New Zealand at the Oval in 1949. B

Douglas V P Wright bowling for England against New Zealand at the Oval in 1949. B Sutcliffe is the batsman and Js Lee the Umpire at the bowler end

Background imageRelated Images Collection: A cricket wedding. L H W Troughton, the manager of Kent County Cricket Club

A cricket wedding. L H W Troughton, the manager of Kent County Cricket Club, and Miss Henderson were married at Canterbury Cathedral. Bride and Bridegroom. 26 October 1925

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Eiulf Peter Buster Nupen South African bowler who took most wickets against the

Eiulf Peter Buster Nupen South African bowler who took most wickets against the
Eiulf Peter " Buster" Nupen South African bowler who took most wickets against the MCC in the first test match against the MCC 25 January 1923

Background imageRelated Images Collection: London Mayor of London ( Sir Rowland Blades M. P ) Plays cricket at the new sports

London Mayor of London ( Sir Rowland Blades M. P ) Plays cricket at the new sports ground opened by him at Kingston Thames 25 May 1927

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Nawab of Pataudi Snr. - Worcestershire C. C. C

Nawab of Pataudi Snr. - Worcestershire C. C. C
Cricket - 1933 season The Nawab of Pataudi Snr. Ifitikhar Ali Khan (sometimes known as I.A.K. Pataudi), of Worcestershire C.C.C

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Tom Hayward - Surrey C. C. C

Tom Hayward - Surrey C. C. C
Cricket - 1914 County Championship - Warwickshire beat Surrey by 80 runs Surrey captain Tom Hayward. He played 35 tests for England 1895 between 1909. 27/08/1914

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Eddie Paynter - Lancashire C. C. C

Eddie Paynter - Lancashire C. C. C
Cricket - 1933 season Lancashires Eddie Paynter. He made 293 first-class appearances for the county between 1926 and 1945, scoring 16555 runs and 36 centuries

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Lancashire C. C. C. - 1932

Lancashire C. C. C. - 1932
Cricket - 1932 season - Lancashire County Cricket Club team group Back (left to right): William Horrocks, Frank Booth, John Len Hopwood, Gordon Hodgson, John Jack Iddon, Frank Sibbles, Eddie Paynter

Background imageRelated Images 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 imageRelated Images Collection: Alan Wilkins at the 1975 Middlesex Sevens

Alan Wilkins at the 1975 Middlesex Sevens
Rugby Union - 1975 Middlesex Sevens - Richmond vs. Louborough Colleges Alan Wilkins on the ball for Loughnorough at Twickenham

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Devon Malcolm celebrates a wicket at the Oval in 1994

Devon Malcolm celebrates a wicket at the Oval in 1994
Cricket - 1994 South Africa Tour to England - Third Test England fast bowler Devon Malcolm celebrates a wicket on the way to taking 9-57 in South Africas second innings at the Oval

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Why We Lost by William Heath Robinson

Why We Lost by William Heath Robinson
Some of the things that made cricket so difficult for Englishmen in Australia. Please note: Credit must appear as Courtesy of the estate of Mrs J.C.Robinson/Pollinger Ltd/ILN/Mary Evans Date: 1921

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Sydney Barnes - Staffordshire C. C. C

Sydney Barnes - Staffordshire C. C. C
Cricket - 1933 season - Staffordshire County Cricket Club Team Group Sydney F. Barnes

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Warwickshire C. C. C 1952 - T. Pritchards Benefit

Warwickshire C. C. C 1952 - T. Pritchards Benefit
Cricket - Warwickshire county cricket club - T. Pritchards Benefit Back Row (left to Right): R. Hitchcock, G. Austin (Scorer), Don Taylor, R. Weeks, A. Townsend, F. Gardner, R. Spooner, J. Smith, P

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Goodwood Estate, West Sussex, England 12th - 15th September 2013 Cricket World Copyright

Goodwood Estate, West Sussex, England 12th - 15th September 2013 Cricket World Copyright: Jeff Bloxham/LAT Photographic ref: Digital Image DSC_3123

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The County Ground Stadium - Swindon Town FC

The County Ground Stadium - Swindon Town FC
The County Ground (currently known as the Energy Check County Ground for sponsorship purposes) is a stadium located near the town centre of Swindon, Wiltshire, England

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Feethams Stadium - Darlington FC

Feethams Stadium - Darlington FC
Feethams is a cricket and former football grounds in Darlington, England. The cricket ground has hosted Durham CCC matches. The football ground was the home of Darlington F.C

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Dismal Desmond

Dismal Desmond was designed by Richard Ellett and was one of the most successful toys of the 1920's. He was the mascot of the England Cricket Team that year

Background imageRelated Images Collection: 1974 British Grand Prix

1974 British Grand Prix. Brands Hatch, Great Britain. 20th July 1974. Rd 10. Ronnie Peterson smashes a four at the annual charity cricket match before the British Grand Prix, whilst wicket keeper



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