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Background imageRelated Images Collection: Lords Pavilion PLA01_03_0513

Lords Pavilion PLA01_03_0513
Lords Cricket Ground, The Pavilion, St John's Wood, City of Westminster, Greater London. The pavilion at Lord's Cricket Ground

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Ben Hollioake

Ben Hollioake England & Surrey CCC England V Australia The Oval, London, England 21 June 2001 Date: 21 June 2001

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Ajay Jadeja

Ajay Jadeja India 29 May 1999 Date: 29 May 1999

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Old Trafford Cricket Ground

Old Trafford Cricket Ground England V Australia 3rd Npower Test Old Trafford Manchester, England 12 August 2005 Date: 12 August 2005

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Graham Gooch

Graham Gooch Essex CCC 11 May 1992 Date: 11 May 1992

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Cricket bowling poses (litho)

Cricket bowling poses (litho)
7201194 Cricket bowling poses (litho) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Cricket bowling poses)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Cricket field, Bournville, Birmingham (chromolitho)

Cricket field, Bournville, Birmingham (chromolitho)
7172124 Cricket field, Bournville, Birmingham (chromolitho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Cricket field, Bournville, Birmingham)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Afternoon near Sevenoaks, Kent, c. 1845 (oil on canvas)

Afternoon near Sevenoaks, Kent, c. 1845 (oil on canvas)
474167 Afternoon near Sevenoaks, Kent, c.1845 (oil on canvas) by Holmes, Basil (fl.1844-50); 50.8x68.8 cm; Private Collection; Photo eChristies Images; British, out of copyright

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Cricketing; Lord Cricket Ground, St Johns Wood; Match of the Gentlemen and Players (engraving)

Cricketing; Lord Cricket Ground, St Johns Wood; Match of the Gentlemen and Players (engraving)
602852 Cricketing; Lord Cricket Ground, St Johns Wood; Match of the Gentlemen and Players (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Middlesex Cricket Team, 1898

Middlesex Cricket Team, 1898. 1898

Background imageRelated Images Collection: West Indies cricket team summer tour of England. England batsman Brian Close shows

West Indies cricket team summer tour of England. England batsman Brian Close shows off the handy work of West Indies fast bowler Wes Hall after the second test match at Lords. June 1963

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Indian cricket player, batsman Farokh Engineer April 1969

Indian cricket player, batsman Farokh Engineer April 1969. Seven star cricketers took the field on a piece of waste ground in a back entry in Salford to play a test match between England

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Australian cricketers in Egypt. Jack Ryder and Sam Everett. 10th April 1926

Australian cricketers in Egypt. Jack Ryder and Sam Everett. 10th April 1926

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Australian cricketer Keith Miller

Australian cricketer Keith Miller

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Dennis Lillee Australian test cricket player runs up and bowls in the nets at Lords

Dennis Lillee Australian test cricket player runs up and bowls in the nets at Lords Cricket Ground

Background imageRelated Images Collection: England cricketer Mike Gatting returns home from West Indies after being caught in

England cricketer Mike Gatting returns home from West Indies after being caught in the face by a 90mph delivery from Malcolm Marshall. 24th February 1986

Background imageRelated Images Collection: New Cricket bat. Ted Jolly 62. The new 'Revolutionary'

New Cricket bat. Ted Jolly 62. The new "Revolutionary"
New Cricket bat. Ted Jolly 62. The new " Revolutionary" cricket bat in production at the Gray-Nicholis factory in Robertsbridge, Sussex. April 1975

Background imageRelated Images Collection: New Cricket bat. Ted Jolly 62. The new 'Revolutionary'

New Cricket bat. Ted Jolly 62. The new "Revolutionary"
New Cricket bat. Ted Jolly 62. The new " Revolutionary" cricket bat in production at the Gray-Nicholis factory in Robertsbridge, Sussex. April 1975

Background imageRelated Images Collection: New Cricket bat. Ted Jolly 62. The new 'Revolutionary'

New Cricket bat. Ted Jolly 62. The new "Revolutionary"
New Cricket bat. Ted Jolly 62. The new " Revolutionary" cricket bat in production at the Gray-Nicholis factory in Robertsbridge, Sussex. April 1975

Background imageRelated Images Collection: New Cricket bat. Ted Jolly 62. The new 'Revolutionary'

New Cricket bat. Ted Jolly 62. The new "Revolutionary"
New Cricket bat. Ted Jolly 62. The new " Revolutionary" cricket bat in production at the Gray-Nicholis factory in Robertsbridge, Sussex. April 1975

Background imageRelated Images Collection: New Cricket bat. Ted Jolly 62. The new 'Revolutionary'

New Cricket bat. Ted Jolly 62. The new "Revolutionary"
New Cricket bat. Ted Jolly 62. The new " Revolutionary" cricket bat in production at the Gray-Nicholis factory in Robertsbridge, Sussex. April 1975 75-1953

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Tameside OL6 6 Map

Tameside OL6 6 Map
Postcode Sector Map of Tameside OL6 6

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Alfred Mynn, 1852, (1947). Creator: John Corbett Anderson

Alfred Mynn, 1852, (1947). Creator: John Corbett Anderson
Alfred Mynn, 1852, (1947). Portrait of English cricketer Alfred Mynn (1807-1861). From " English Cricket", by Neville Cardus. [Collins, London, 1947]

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Cricket Match Between Nottingham and Leicester, c. 1829, (1947). Creator: Unknown

Cricket Match Between Nottingham and Leicester, c. 1829, (1947). Creator: Unknown
Cricket Match Between Nottingham and Leicester, c.1829, (1947). Teams from Nottingham and Leicester competing. In the foreground is a refreshment stall

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Trunk Before Wicket

Trunk Before Wicket
1st September 1936: Three Powers elephants astound the holidaymakers at Skegness with a very professional game of cricket. (Photo by Reg Speller/Fox Photos/Getty Images)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: County Cricket Match in 1939 - a wicket for Gover of Surrey

County Cricket Match in 1939 - a wicket for Gover of Surrey
County Cricket Match at the Oval in 1939 - a wicket has just fallen, caught behind. The bowler appears to be the Surrey player Alf Gover. Date: 1939

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Sugg Sports and Radio, High Street, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, 1960

Sugg Sports and Radio, High Street, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, 1960. The High Street branch of Sugg Sports in Scunthorpe, showing some electrical goods and adverts to either rent or buy

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Dr WG Grace, English cricketer, playing for London County Cricket Club, c1899. Artist: WA Rouch

Dr WG Grace, English cricketer, playing for London County Cricket Club, c1899. Artist: WA Rouch
Dr WG Grace, English cricketer, playing for London County Cricket Club, c1899. Regarded as possibly the greatest cricketer of all time

Background imageRelated Images Collection: A memento of James Southertons benefit cricket match, 19th century (1912)

A memento of James Southertons benefit cricket match, 19th century (1912). James Southerton (1827-1880) was an English cricket international

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Queens Park Oval, Port of Spain, Trinidad, 1912

Queens Park Oval, Port of Spain, Trinidad, 1912. From Imperial Cricket, edited by P F Warner and published by The London and Counties Press Association Ltd (London, 1912)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Cricket Ground

Cricket Ground
A huge crowd of spectators on the pitch at the final test match between England and Australia at the Oval, London, with the famous gasometer in the background

Background imageRelated Images Collection: G O Smith, footballer and cricketer

G O Smith, footballer and cricketer
Gilbert Oswald Smith (1872-1943), amateur footballer who played for Oxford University and the Corinthians, and was captain for England. He played first-class cricket for Oxford University and Surrey

Background imageRelated Images Collection: H B Daft, English footballer and cricketer

H B Daft, English footballer and cricketer
Harry Butler Daft (1866-1945), English footballer with the Corinthians, Notts County, Nottingham Forest, Newark and England, also a first-class cricketer with Nottinghamshire. 1890s

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Kentish Cricket Match

Kentish Cricket Match
Cricket on the Village Green, at Bearstead, Kent, a popular event on a summers day. Date: 1950s

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Jack Hobbs by Smithson Broadhead

Jack Hobbs by Smithson Broadhead
Jack Hobbs (Sir John Berry Hobbs), English cricketer (1882-1963), in a painting by W. Smithson Broadhead, specially done for The Illustrated Sporting & Dramatic News in 1925

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Cricket match at Winchester Eton v Winchester Colleges

Cricket match at Winchester Eton v Winchester Colleges
A Cricket match is being held at Winchester between Eton and Winchester College, many spectators gather around to watch the match. Date: 1864

Background imageRelated Images Collection: A cricket match at The New Cricket-Ground, Manchester

A cricket match at The New Cricket-Ground, Manchester
A cricket match being played at The New Cricket-Ground Manchester infront of dozensof spectators. Date: 1857

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Painesdale Cricket Club, Michigan, USA

Painesdale Cricket Club, Michigan, USA - played in the Copper (Houghton) County league - founded in 1906. The teams were made up of local miners, formerly Cornish tin miners

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Ascent of Mr. R. Orton in the Princess Alexandra balloon

Ascent of Mr. R. Orton in the Princess Alexandra balloon
Poster advertising the ascent of Mr. R. Orton in the Princess Alexandra balloon and his Monster Giant, Middlesex County Cricket Ground - Monday August 12th 1867. Date: 1867

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Crabble Cricket ground, Dover

Crabble Cricket ground, Dover
A view of the Crabble Cricket Ground in Dover, during Festival week in 1936, with Kent playing Yorkshire Date: August 1936

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The First Commemoration at the University of Durham: the Cricket Match: Old Harrovians

The First Commemoration at the University of Durham: the Cricket Match: Old Harrovians; Varsity Won by Six Runs; Garden Party in the Castle Grounds; the Procession of Boats on the Wear; 1889, Uk

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Cricket At Lord s

Cricket At Lord s
18th June 1846: A single wicket match at Lords Cricket ground in St Johns Wood, London. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: All India cricket team play first match against English side at Pelsham Rye

All India cricket team play first match against English side at Pelsham Rye. The all India cricket team which is touring England this season played their first match in this country when they met Mr

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Oxford University Cricket Club Practice Left is M Patten and right is B H Lyon

Oxford University Cricket Club Practice Left is M Patten and right is B H Lyon. 30 April 1923

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Lymington Cricket Week Lady Rosemary Bootle-Wilbraham

Lymington Cricket Week Lady Rosemary Bootle-Wilbraham

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Cricket Bat Making at John Wisdens Centre the oldest bat in existence ( 1750 )

Cricket Bat Making at John Wisdens Centre the oldest bat in existence ( 1750 ), on either side two 1920 bats, left king Edwards bat another old bat is seen on the right 23 March 1920

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The South African cricket team at practice at Kennington oval. P A M Hands ( Western

The South African cricket team at practice at Kennington oval. P A M Hands ( Western Province ) considered to be a Test Match batsman in style and temperament. 23 April 1924

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Crickett at Cardiff, Surrey versus Glamorgan Surrey Team Jack Hobbs, Andy Sandham

Crickett at Cardiff, Surrey versus Glamorgan Surrey Team Jack Hobbs, Andy Sandham, Andy Ducat, Tom Shepherd, Bobby Abel, Percy Fender ( Captain ) sitting ), Bill Hitch, Alan Peach, Caryl Thain



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