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England - 1981 Ashes Series Featured Cricket Print

England - 1981 Ashes Series

Cricket - 1981 Australia Tour of England - England training before Second Ashes Test at Lords
The England team group, with captain Ian Botham.
Back (l-r): Mike Gatting, Bob Woolmer, Peter Wiley, Graham Dilley, John Emburey, Graham Gooch, David Gower.
Front: Bob Taylor, Bob Willis, Ian Botham (captain), Geoffrey Boycott, Mike Hendrick (12th man).
Botham recorded a pair as England drew the game to remain 1-0 down in the series, and he resigned the captaincy before the Third Test. With Mike Brearley installed as captain, Botham put in a series of brilliant performances as England won the Ashes 3-1. He scored 399 runs and took 34 wickets, and was named Man of the Series

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Wally Hammond (Gloucestershire & England) Featured Cricket Print

Wally Hammond (Gloucestershire & England)

Walter Wally Hammond (Gloucestershire and England cricketer) 1929.
Played 85 tests for England over a 20 year period. Considered by many to be England's greatest ever batsman, his test average of 58.45 is the second highest of any Englishman.
His 10 catches in a match in 1928 still stands as a record as does his 78 catches in the same season.
Credit : Colorsport

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