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Lancashire C.C.C. - 1927 County Champions Featured Lancashire County Cricket Club Image

Lancashire C.C.C. - 1927 County Champions

Cricket - 1927 season - Lancashire County Cricket Club team group
Winners of the 1927 County Championship.
Back row (left to right): George Duckworth, Charlie Hallows, Frank Sibbles, John Jack Iddon, Frank Watson, Malcolm Taylor, Eddie Paynter.
Front: Edgar Ted McDonald, Peter Eckersley, Major Leonard Green (captain), Ernest Tyldesley, Richard Dick Tyldesley

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Archie MacClaren - Lancashire C.C.C Featured Lancashire County Cricket Club Image

Archie MacClaren - Lancashire C.C.C

Cricket - 1896 season
Lancashire's AC Archie MacClaren.
He made 306 appearances for the county between 1890 and 1914, and was club captain from 1894-1896 and 1899-1907. He scored 15716 runs with 30 centuries. His 424 against Somerset in 1895 remains the record highest individual score for Lancashire, and was the record score in first-class history for almost thirty years until it was broken by Don Bradman. He played 35 tests for England and led the side on 22 occasions

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Lancs bt Surrey 10wkts Featured Lancashire County Cricket Club Image

Lancs bt Surrey 10wkts

Cricket - 1959 County Championship - Lancashire beat Surrey by 10 wickets
Peter Loader bowls for Surrey, with Lancashire's Bob Barber, left, at Old Trafford. Barber scored a century in the game.
Loader took over 1000 wickets in a first-class career for Surrey between 1951 and 1963. He played 13 tests for England.
Barber was a leg-spinning all-rounder who made 155 first-class appearances for Lancashire between 1954 and 1962, and as an amateur was captain in 1960 and 1961. He played 28 tests for England. He had played for Cambridge University and would finish his career at Warwickshire.
20/06/1959

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