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Lancashire C.C.C. - 1919 Featured 6 Dec 2013 Print

Lancashire C.C.C. - 1919

Cricket - 1919 season - Lancashire County Cricket Club team group
Back (left to right): W. Gillow, John Bullough, G.E. Ernest Tyldesley, J.D. James Tyldesley, Charlie Hallows, Harry Dean, Harold Harry Makepeace.
Front: Alfred Pewtress, Robert Boddington (in harlequin cap as previously Oxford University), Myles Kenyon (captain), John Hollins, J.T. Johnny Tyldesley.
Ground: H. Rylance (secretary)

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Peter Marner & Ken Grieves - Lancashire C.C.C Featured 6 Dec 2013 Print

Peter Marner & Ken Grieves - Lancashire C.C.C

Cricket - 1954 season - Glamorgan vs. Lancashire
Peter Marner, left, and Ken Grieves walk out to bat for Lancashire.
Marner made his first-class debut for Lancashire in 1952, aged 16 years and five months, making him the youngest person to ever play for the county. He is also the first person to win a limited-overs Man of the Match award, when Lancashire played its first Gillette Cup match against Leicestershire in 1963.
Grieves made 452 first-class appearances for the county between 1949 and 1964, scoring 20802 runs with 26 centuries, and a county record 555 catches. He was Lancashire captain in 1963 and 1964. He also played football as a goalkeeper for Wigan Athletic, Bury, Bolton and Stockport County

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Harry Makepeace & Nigel Howard - Lancashire C.C.C Featured 6 Dec 2013 Print

Harry Makepeace & Nigel Howard - Lancashire C.C.C

Cricket - 1947 season
Lancashire's Harold Harry Makepeace, left, and Nigel Howard.
Makepeace played 487 first-class games for Lancashire between 1906 and 1930, scoring 25207 runs and making 42 centuries. He played four tests for England during the 1920/1 Ashes series. He is one of only twelve England Double Internationals for cricket/football (alongside his Lancashire and Everton teammate Jack Sharp). He won the FA Cup with Everton alongside Sharp, and gained four England football caps.
Howard captained Lancashire between 1949 and 1953, and led England in four tests on the 1951/2 Tour of India, the last amateur to do so

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