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Featured Lancashire County Cricket Club Print

Cyril Washbrook & Winston Place - Lancashire C.C.C

Cricket - 1947 season
Cyril Washbrook, right, walks out to bat with Winston Place for Lancashire.
Washbrook made 500 first-class appearances for the county between 1933 and 1959, scoring 27863 runs with 58 centuries. In 1954 he was appointed Lancashire's first-ever professional captain. He played 37 tests for England.
Place played 298 first-class matches for the county between 1937 and 1955, scoring 14605 runs with 34 centuries. He played three tests for England against the West Indies in 1948

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Featured Lancashire County Cricket Club Print

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, 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.
Dyson made 150 first-class appearances for the county between 1954 and 1962, scoring 4433 runs and taking 161 wickets. He also played football for Manchester City, and scored in the 1956 FA Cup Final victory over Birmingham City

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Featured Lancashire County Cricket Club Print

Tyldesley Brothers - Lancashire C.C.C

Cricket - 1913 season
Lancashire's Tyldesley brothers.
Left to right: James 'Jas' (J.D.) Tyldesley, Ernest (G.E.) Tyldesley, Johnny (J.T.) Tyldesley, William (W.K.) Tyldesley.
Ernest and Johnny were brothers, as were James and William. However the two families were not related, with the former pair coming from Worsley, and the latter from Westhoughton. James and William had two other brothers who also played first-class cricket for Lancashire, Harry and Dick

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