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Caricature of Martin Hawke, Baron Hawke. first published in Vanity Fair on 24 September 1892 with the caption "Yorkshire Cricket".

Do female cricketers care about how they look on the field? Back in 1934, when the Women's Cricket Association (WCA) was trying to decide on an official England uniform for their first tour of Australia and New Zealand, a special committee was chosen to select a suitable playing outfit.They settled on white blouses, white divided skirts (or culottes, as you might know them),white knee-length socks. skirts should be no shorter than four inches from the ground when kneeling.

England Women's Cricket team uniform, Note the culottes and the jumper.

Masai-krijgers spelen zo cricket.

A batsman in the Maasai Warriors cricket team is pictured during pratice at a cricket grounds in Mombasa, South East Kenya.

Aboriginal cricket: The first Australian tour of England, 1868Zellanach or Johnny Cuzens

The first Australian cricket tour of England

Aboriginal cricket: The first Australian tour of England, or Johnny Cuzens

12th May 1934: A group of women dressed for a game of cricket on the beach. (Photo by Reg Speller/Fox Photos/Getty Images) Real Cricket on the Beach....its no tennis balls and bikinis!

Vintage Street Cricket

May A group of women dressed for a game of cricket on the beach. (Photo by Reg Speller/Fox Photos/Getty Images) Real Cricket on the Beach.its no tennis balls and bikinis!

Don Bradman as a teenager.

Bradman with his first bat, pictured in 1926 after making a district record 300 runs.

Funny Cricket Bat Uses

Funny Cricket Bat Uses

Find out some other uses for cricket bats including a cricket bat bench and a cricket bat guitar. Number 3 is something that all of us have used a cricket bat for.

Cricket Tea interval, Lewes, East Sussex.  A woman serves tea during the tea interval at a cricket match at thet Whitsun fair near Lewes in 1959.

A woman serves tea during the tea interval at a cricket match at the Whitsun fair near Lewes in

Reginald Herbert Spooner was one of the leading cricketers of what was known as the "Golden Age" of English Cricket before World War One.

Reginald Herbert Spooner was one of the leading cricketers of what was known as the "Golden Age" of English Cricket before World War One.

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themaninthegreenshirt: “ Tennis lessons at Kalamazoo College ”

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