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    John Garghan Follow Bronze Cricket Club - Birmingham Warwickshire Cricket League Division 1 BRONZE 134 all out defeated FOUR OAKS SAINTS 116 all out by 18 runs The Bronze club history is very interesting www.bronzecc.moon...

    Leigh Gazzard Follow 1-11-2014-Cranbrook-Hordern-Oval A magnificent day for Cricket at Cranbrook School, 1-11-2014

    Holme Sweet Holme Cricket at Woodhead Road, Holmbridge, in the Holme Valley. Holmbridge's second XI are taking on Penistone first XI in the semi-finals of the Allsop Cup. Holmbridge Cricket Club has played at this ground since 1886, 18 years after forming.

    The National Archives UK Follow Business as usual Description: National Archives (then Public Record Office) staff play cricket outside Chancery Lane offices in London during the Blitz. Date: World War Two

    Photo by Andrew Gallon Fiery Fred The bronze sculpture at Canal Basin, Skipton, of former Yorkshire and England pace bowler Fred Trueman. Fred, the first bowler to take 300 Test wickets.The sculpture, by Graham Ibbeson,

    Description: Playtime at Trench Town Comprehensive School, Kingston, Jamaica. Date: 1965 Our Catalogue Reference: INF 10/147 This image is from the collections of The National Archives UK

    Game of Cricket on Bradman Oval | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

    The strange affair of the Indian gentleman He came a long way to turn out for, and have a few beers with, the most wildly non-competitive cricket team in 'the Blighty' Will you travel 5000 miles just to play a game in this setting?

    An early evening session at the Castlerigg Stone Circle in Keswick, with the rocks acting as fielders 'I don't think anyone was too keen to see that. We wanted to do something unique.' He added: 'We've played cricket before on top of a mountain in the snow on Boxing Day. 'So we thought as a continuation of that we'd try to find some different places - and the most extreme places - we could in our locality.

    A young boy uses a dead branch for a bat in Sangla in Himachal, India. Beauty. These are the ones that catch my fancy!

    BAMBURGH, ENGLAND - JULY 13: Cricketers from Bamburgh Castle Cricket Club play at the foot of Bamburgh Castle on July 13, 2008 in Bamburgh, England. (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)

    The 2014 Helpful Holidays vs Gidleigh Park Cricket Match. As many of you will know, some of us at Helpful Holidays are keen cricketers and we have an annual charity match with the fine folk at Gidleigh Park. We all aim to entertain the crowds and raise as much money as we can for our charity of the year, the Marine Conservation Society.

    Venkat Madhav is a software professional in an MNC. He plays cricket with friends. They have an open area near their residential apartments good enough for playing competitive cricket.In order to occupy the ground, they have to wake up as early as 5 AM in the morning and rush to occupy the playing field. What a lovely 'painting'

    Niyantha Shekar: My friends and I were in the village of Tosh in Himachal Pradesh when we saw a kid, bat in hand, throw a ball up onto a corrugated metal roof and then slam the ball back up when it rolled down. "Can we join you?" I asked. "Cricket!" shouted the boy in joy, and then yelled for his brother to come out and play.

    World's First Underground Cricket Match

    Cricket, Addison Place, North Kensington, 1957 Roger Mayne

    Cricket - World War Two - Lord's. ATS Girls

    Abbas BANGLADESH. Dhaka. Children play cricket by the monument commemorating Bengali intellectuals who were massacred by Pakistani militia on December 14, 1971, two days before the surrender of the Pakistani forces to the Indian army, making official the secession of Bangladesh.

    Peter Marlow GB. Berkshire. Eton College. The largest public school in England. Founded in 1440 by Henry VI on the opposite side of the river Thames from Windsor Castle. Attended by the Princes William and Harry. A game of cricket.

    Waseem Ahmed: A nice looking check drive lights up a game of cricket at the high-altitude Rakaposhi base camp in the Hunza valley, Gilgit, Pakistan

    A young boy sends the cricket ball flying as the sun sets in the west in Kandahar in 2002. Despite neighbouring some of the titans of international cricket, Afghanistan does not have a long tradition of its own in the sport. But now cricket, long neglected and viewed as a foreign import in Afghanistan, is gaining in popularity and helping unite the country

    Beautiful Games: intricately etched cricket bats – in pictures Prefab77 is a Newcastle-based art collective with a particularly keen sense of heritage. Inspired by a love of all things quintessentially English and lamentation at the fading of old institutions, their work frequently fuses punk iconography with patriotic themes. In this instance, a range of vintage cricket bats have been intricately defaced using a process of laser-etching

    Cricketers from village teams Threlkeld and Caldbeck take part in the world's first underground cricket match inside Honister Slate Mine on December 5, 2013 in Keswick, England.

    Although many today would rather play football, for a long time cricket was one of the most popular sports among children. Here, a group of children play a match in the Scotswood area of Newcastle in 1970.