I wasn't presented with the Yorkshire first team cap. I played their first two years in the Sheffield Shield - the Packer era, when a lot of the sides were missing their top players - and the three years prior to that. One-Day Cup talking points: Notts and Hampshire cruise into semi-finals. Hampshire rings the bell at the Lord's Test featuring Pakistan in I got my 2nd XI cap when I was 19, and as a consequence Yorkshire paid me in the winter: eight pound a month, which, on top of my printing wages, was fantastic. All my life I've hated it. Published: 23 Apr We fell out.
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First XI. Find out a bit more about the Lancashire First Team players here. Academy. Find out about the stars of the future of Lancashire Cricket. Tom Bailey, a graduate of Lancashire's Academy and Scholarship programmes Bolton-born Matt Parkinson has played age-group cricket for Lancashire since.
This is a list in alphabetical order of cricketers who have played for Lancashire County Cricket Club in top-class matches since the club was founded in
I'm just a figurehead, upholding a tradition. He used to have me in fits, the stories he told.
In some respects county cricket was a lot better in the '60s than it is now. But my kids were being abused at school. Published: 30 Jul Donald Carr, who was MCC's assistant secretary at the time, a terrific bloke, he used to always tell me it was the worst innings he'd ever seen at Lord's.
It was an awful, boring
Video: Lancashire cricket player profiles soccer Lancashire players take part in Kukri Schools cricket sessions
By about one-third of all the cricket clubs in Bolton, Lancashire, were their own city soccer league.4 Far from the urban crowds, rural folk played on the. He was a competent cricketer and played for the Lancashire Second XI. Charles Wreford Brown He is also credited with having given us the word 'soccer'.
We fell out. I hate being called Jack or Jacky. But those two seasons [ and ] were the worst two years of my cricketing life.
Jack Bond Cricketer who took Lancashire to glorious success The Independent
It was a very tough series. There were some terrific rows, but they were cricket rows. But afterwards, he'd buy them a drink - well, he wouldn't buy them one, but he'd have one with them". It's debatable.