IN the latest edition of our look back through the archives, here are five cricket teams from years gone.

Do you recognise yourself or anyone you know in any of these great pictures?

First up, captain of the Alne Cricket Club, Paul Hughes holds up the Pilmoor Evening League Trophy, which the club had won for the first time in sixteen years. They also did it in great style by being unbeaten in all their games.

The rest of the team are (back from left): Raper, John Morrison, Graham Inchboard, Neal Jackson, Terry Fletcher. Front: Bob Driffield, Clark, Dickie Wade and Derek Sissons.


York Press:

APPLETON ROEBUCK YOUTH CLUB CRICKET LINE-UP 1977: From the left: Andrew Curtiss, Stuart Mitchell, Matthew Green, John Dale (captain), Steve Smith, Timothy Nicholls, Peter Lazenby, Malcolm Smith and Roy Tanner. In the foreground, Andrew Pearcy and Robert Taylor.

York Press:

ALNE CRICKET CLUB 1980: Cricketers past and present met at Alne to honour a man who formed the club 33 years ago. Mr Norman Whiteley, founder, former captain, and president. Picture shows Mrs Molly Whiteley, widow of Mr Norman Whiteley with players and officials after the unveiling ceremony.

York Press:

APPLETON ROEBUCK YOUTH CLUB CRICKET TEAM 1977: From left, Andrew Curtiss, Roy Tanner, John Dale (captain), Malcolm Smith, Andrew Pearcy, Timothy Nichols, Peter Lazenby, Matthew Green, Stuart Mitchell, Steve Smith, Robert Taylor.

York Press:

AMPLEFORTH CC 1986: Pictured the Ampleforth cricket team who were preparing for a busy season with practice sessions in St Alban’s Centre, Ampleforth College.

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