Cricket Teams – 1908 onwards

East View Cricket Team 1908

Title Cricket Teams
Date 1908
Location Yeadon
Photo ID B348
Comment A team of young cricketers who were: Back Row Left to Right: Hanley, C Marshall, S Walker, S Drake, R A Hudson, Seated Row Left to Right: F Braithwaite, A Shackleton, H Mercer, Only 2 names given for the 3 boys in front: F Lupton, and W Luty.
East View Cricket Team 1909

B349 – East View Cricket Team, 1909.

East View Cricket Team – 1909

A team of young cricketers, named as:
Back Row Left to Right: Noaks, Walter Slater, Clarence Braithwaite, Stanley, Stanley, Clifford Jackson.
Seated Row Left to Right: John Kirkbright, Harry Hudson, Alfred Darnborough.
Front: Fenwick, Cyril Waddington.

Cricket Team c1910

T440 – Cricket Team, c1910.

Cricket Team – c1910

The cricket team are posing with a trophy outside the pavilion.

Wesleyan Chapel Cricket Team c1910

F475 – Wesleyan Cricket Team, c1910.

Wesleyan Chapel Cricket Team – c1910

A Wesleyan Chapel cricket team with a cup and medals.

St. Andrew's Church Cricket Team c1910

E538 – St. Andrew’s Church Cricket Team, c1910.

St. Andrew’s Church Cricket Team – c1910

The cricket team.

St. Andrew's Church Cricket Team c1910

E540 – St. Andrew’s Church Cricket Team, c1910.

St. Andrew’s Church Cricket Team – c1910

The cricket team.

Charity Cricket Match 1923

F078 – Charity Cricket Match, 1923.

Charity Cricket Match – 1923

A charity cricket match held at the White Swan ground, the players wore fancy dress and are seen here in their costumes.

Charity Cricket Match 1923

F079 – East View Cricket Team, 1923.

East View Cricket Team – 1923

Man in fancy dress who had been taking part in a charity cricket match at the White Swan ground.

Wesleyan Chapel Cricket Team 1924

B347 – Wesleyan Cricket Team, 1924.

Wesleyan Cricket Team – 1924

Wesleyan Cricket Team outside the rear of the Chapel on Chapel Hill.
A few of the men are named:
First left on the back row is Herbert Brown, 3rd left is Ernest Jackson.
On the next row 2nd from left is Willie Waite, last right is John Thomson Bell.
He was born in Batley in 1895 and enjoyed a career in First Class cricket as a batsman, playing for Yorkshire 1921-1923 then Glamorgan.
His career spanned the years 1921-1923, he died in 1974 in Guiseley.

Cricket Team 1937

G383 – Cricket Team, 1937.

Cricket Team – 1937

The Yeadon team played Ilkley at Guiseley for the Waddilove Trophy, the match was tied.
Standing from left to right are:
E Towers, H Stott, J Gooder, W Cousins, J R Stansfield and A Sample.
Front from left to right:
J Luty, Ernest Waddilove, donor of the trophy, J T Bell, G Hardcastle, Captain, L H Towers and A Booth.

Cricket Team 1940

PU085 – Cricket Team, 1940.

Cricket Team – 1940

The team are pictured outside the pavilion at the White Swan ground, they were the League winners for that season.
The names given are: Back row Left to right, ?, ?, Clifford Stebbings, Edward Lennon, ? Lennon, Dennis Mitchell, Alec Quarmby, Dennis Lockwood, ? ,?
Front row Left to right: ?, John Illingworth, Alan Maud, Trevor Wynn, George Crompton, Alfred Driver, Denis Bateson (Age 14), ?

Other names not attributed to a person are:
Alan Leach, ? Hudson, Alan Kirkbright, John Illingworth, ? Luty.

Donated by George Bateson.

George Crompton’s daughter Liz Pinder also donated the same photo.

Aredale & Wharfedale Cricket Team 1950

T71 – Airedale & Wharfedale Cricket Team, 1950.

Airedale & Wharfedale Cricket Team – 1950

This team were the winners of the Yorkshire Schools Cricket Competition, On the back row left to right  Kitson, Hickson, Robertson,  Fell, Wood and Glover.
Front row left to right Jenkinson, Turner, Tankard,  Cooper, Geddes.

Cricket Team c1975

E263 – Cricket Team, c1975.

Cricket Team – c1975

Back row from left to right: Gary Kellet, Denis Bateson, David Norris, Stan Ellis, Brian Redfearn and John Morris.
Front left to right: Les Wood, Graham Jones, Steve Chapman, Captain. Glen Rhodes and Tony Moorhouse.

White Swan Gricket Ground 1980

JH056 – White Swan Ground, 1980.

White Swan Cricket Ground – 1980

Looking across the cricket ground, on the left is the White Swan public house, in the centre is the original cricket pavilion which burnt down.

Image digitally transferred from a 35 mm slide by John Hobson.

Consolidated by Linda Plonka. 07 February 2022.
Last updated: 07 February 2022.

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