Women's Cricket

Early 20th century women's cricket.
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an old illustration shows women dressed in dresses and hats playing croquet on the grass
How Our Nurses Keep Fit in War-Time', 1901 . British nurses playing...
an old painting with women dressed in dresses and holding canes, walking through a field
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Cricket Match Played by the Countess of Derby and Other Ladies
an old black and white photo of women in tennis uniforms posing for a group photograph
Showcasing 140 years of female cricketing history
1973 World Cup Squad for the Australian side
an old black and white photo of two women playing cricket
Showcasing 140 years of female cricketing history
Afternoon of cricket in 1930 at Black Rock, Victoria
an old black and white photo of women in tennis uniforms posing for a group photograph
Showcasing 140 years of female cricketing history
Victorian women's cricket team photographed in 1930
an old photo of two women walking with baseball bats in their hands and other people behind them
Mary Cresswell and Ora -Womens cricket 1948
Mary Cresswell and Ora -Womens cricket 1948
an old black and white photo of women in tennis uniforms posing for a group photograph
FAWKNER PARK, SOUTH YARRA, VIC. 1944-01-23. MEMBERS OF THE AUSTRALIAN WOMEN'S ARMY SERVICE OTHER ...
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an old black and white photo of people playing croquet
SPORT & LEISURE DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR
SPORT LEISURE DURING SECOND WORLD WAR (A 25396) A cricket match in progress between Wrens of HMS DIPPER, Henstridge Somerset and HMS OSPREY, Yeovilton.
two women walking across a field holding baseball bats
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189 made by England’s Betty Snowball against New Zealand. In pic: 10th June 1939 — Snowball (left), wicket-keeper for England, and T Dutton at a match at Arundel Castle in Sussex. (Photo by David Savill/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)
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Myrtle MacLagan, English women's cricketer, 1934-35 [picture]
Myrtle MacLagan, English women's cricketer, 1934-35 team
a woman holding a bat on top of a field
How England's women first ruled the cricket world
The first woman to hit a six in Test cricket, the first to step out to play on the Lord’s outfield and one of the very first women to be elected to MCC membership, Rachael Heyhoe-Flint bestrode women’s cricket for decades. She made her Test debut in 1960, became captain six years later, and remained unbeaten while leading the side. Her highest score - 179 - came in a 521 minute rearguard against Australia in 1976 in which she was determined not to lose her unbeaten record
an old photo of a woman holding a baseball bat in her hands while standing on the field
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Violet Carson Cricket. This week's Fab Photo comes from a dusty box in the loft. This is an unusual photo of Violet Carson in full cricket gear, complete with handbag, ready to batter the opposition
an old black and white photo of a man holding a baseball bat next to a woman
Lancashire Women Cricketers, under instruction, 1938
Lancashire Women Cricketers, under instruction, 1938 by mcrarchives, via Flickr
three women are walking on the beach with croquets in their hands and one is holding a baseball bat
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12th May 1934: A group of women dressed for a game of cricket on the beach. (Photo by Reg Speller/Fox Photos/Getty Images)