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Cricket team, Sandon

Cross-dressing cricketers at Sandon Cricket Ground during a men v. ladies match. The group includes a number of Sandon Estate workers. Left to right: 'Bossy' Walker (schoolmaster), Mr Farr (gardener), ...

Cricket team, Shugborough

Thomas Francis, 3rd Earl of Lichfield (centre front) with a cricket eleven in Shugborough Park. On the right of the back row is legendary Indian batsman Maharaja Kumar Shri Ranjitsinhji ('Ranji' or 'Smith'), ...

Cricket Team, Stafford Grammar School,

Back Row: C. Smith, R. Hall, W. Robinson, P. Bridgwood, C. Woodger, ? Broadbent, J. Parker Middle Row: W. Corfield, E.O. Powell, B. Norton, R. Lambert, ?, Front Row: G. Taylor, S. Webb, C. Aspin. E.O. ...

Cricket team, Stone

A cricket team pictured on the sports fields at the Lotus Ltd. shoe factory, Oulton Road, Stone.

Cricket teams, King Edward VI Grammar School, Stafford

Cricketers at the annual match between King Edward VIth School, Stafford, and the Old Edwardians, taken at the school's Newport Road ground. The match was abandoned because of rain. Old Edwardians, ...

Cricketers at Bass Meadows, Burton-on-Trent

Bass Meadows was so called because Bass owned the land in the area, using it to provide sporting facilities for their employees. This photograph of 55 men and a dog includes John Baker, who worked in ...

Cricketers, Common Plot, Stone

This postcard shows a group of men on the Common Plot, Stone, some of whom are wearing cricket whites and spikes. This group appears to include convalescing soldiers as one man is in Army uniform and ...

Denstone College Cricket XI

The winners of Junior Dorm Cricket Cup, 1908. Denstone College was begun in 1868 and opened in 1873 as St. Chad's College with 46 boys. It was designed by William Slater and R.C. Carpenter in a Gothic ...

Denstone College, 'Little Side' Rugby XV

'Little Side', winners of the Denstone College Rugby shield, 1908. Denstone College was begun in 1868 and opened in 1873 as St. Chad's College with 46 boys. It was designed by William Slater and R.C. ...

Dismantling the cricket pavilion, Yarlet

Oulton Cricket Club members dismantling the cricket pavilion at Yarlet School. The pavilion was being moved to the Club's new ground at Oulton Heath. From left to right: unknown, Des Robinson, P. ...

Dorman’s Cricket Club, Stafford

Dorman's "A" XI cricket team, Stafford Back row (left to right): L. Randles (umpire), F. Watwood, J. Bowen, B. A. Wilford, A. Crombie, W. Whitworth, K. C. Wilkes and A. C. Thresh (Secretary). Front ...

Eccleshall Police Cricket Team

A Sentinel photograph.

English Electric Cricket Team, Stafford

Many local companies encouraged their workers to participate in sports and social activities. Front row, fourth from left is John Rigby, a that time working in the Test Department at English Electric The ...

Fancy dress cricket teams, Rugeley

Cricketers in fancy dress, possibly at Rugeley Cricket Club, Staffordshire.

Fishing on the weir, Burton upon Trent

Lantern slide view of boys fishing on the weir on the River Trent. Beyond can be seen a cricket match taking place on the meadows, with Stapenhill church tower far right. Copyright Burton Library

George V's Silver Jubilee celebrations, Stone

'Eleven of the best' cricket team float, pictured on the Common Plot, Stone. The procession was one of the main events in Stone's celebrations for the Silver Jubilee of King George V.

Granville Secondary Modern School Cricket Team, Stone

Staffordshire Schools Cup winners, 1956. Back row (left to right): Mr. Roscoe (Headmaster), Ian Taylor, Tony Glover, Brian Cann, John Morris, Jerrard Iverill, Brian Howard, Mr. Lee (Sports teacher). Front ...

Hanford Cricket Club Pavilion, Stoke on Trent

Hanford Cricket Club were formed in 1892 and moved to their current ground on Church Lane, close to the Hanford Roundabout, in the 1930s. The Club joined the North Staffordshire & South Cheshire League ...