Some articles on county cricket club, cricket club, cricket, club, county cricket:
... This is a list of the men who have captained Kent County Cricket Club in at least one Twenty20 fixture since the creation of the Twenty20 format in 2003 ... Kent County Cricket Club have played all of their fixtures in this format in the Twenty20 Cup, a competition they won in 2007 ...
... Name Cricket club/team Cricket Football club/team Football C ... Alcock Marylebone Cricket Club England national football team Wanderers F.C ... (amateur) Claude Ashton Cambridge University Cricket Club Essex County Cricket Club England national football team Corinthian F.C ...
... (1835) Richard Daft, cricketer for Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club ... former cricketer for Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club and Oxford University Cricket Club ... (1947) Peter Plummer, former cricketer for Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club ...
... Name Cricket club Ref Rugby team Test Caps Ref Billy Bancroft South Wales cricket team / West of England cricket team Wales national rugby union team 33 Jack Bancroft Glamorgan County Cricket ...
... English first class and List A cricketer who played First class cricket for Hampshire County Cricket Club and Essex County Cricket Club ... His highest score in First class cricket of 35 came when playing for Essex in the match against Northamptonshire County Cricket Club ... His best bowling in First class cricket of 7/47 came when playing for Essex in the match against Lancashire County Cricket Club ...
Famous quotes containing the words club, county and/or cricket:
“Mi advise tu them who are about tu begin, in arnest, the jurney ov life, is tu take their harte in one hand and a club in the other.”
—Josh Billings [Henry Wheeler Shaw] (18181885)
“Jack: A politician, huh?
Editor: Oh, county treasurer or something like that.
Jack: Whats so special about him?
Editor: They say hes an honest man.”
—Robert Rossen (19081966)
“All cries are thin and terse;
The field has droned the summers final mass;
A cricket like a dwindled hearse
Crawls from the dry grass.”
—Richard Wilbur (b. 1921)