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Quick View of ImageBeach cricket at Aldinga Beach, S. Aust., 1948.
Beach cricket at Aldinga Beach, S. Aust., January 1948. Boat harbour in the background.
Quick View of ImageCarew Reynell of Reynella, S. Aust., playing cricket. Undated photograph.
Carew Reynell of Reynella, S. Aust., playing cricket. Undated photograph.
Quick View of ImageCarew Reynell playing cricket, Reynella, S. Aust., circa 1895.
Carew Reynell playing cricket, Reynella, S. Aust., circa 1895.
Quick View of ImageClarendon cricketers, Clarendon, S. Aust., circa 1900.
Clarendon cricketers, Clarendon, S. Aust., circa 1900. Back row: second left - Joe Poller; fourth left - Henry Mitchell. Front row: Herb Shipway; Ted Mitchell; Jack Mitchell. Other cricketers unknown. The Clarendon Cricket Club had been established by 1864, their original ground being where the school was built, and then in a location where the weir was built, eventually finding their home on seven acres on the banks of the Onkaparinga River. From the South Australian Weekly Chronicle 18 May 1867: "On Saturday last a cricket match took place on the Clarendon cricket ground between the Clarendon and Morphett Vale Cricket Clubs. The weather was all that could be desired, and during the day several ladies graced the plain with their presence. The play was in some instances superior. The bowling of Peck and Chase, the wicket-keeping of Clark, and the long-stopping of Morphett were much admired. Through the kindness of Mr S Davis I am provided with the scores, which I forward, showing the runs as 84 in one innings, and the Morphett Vale 67 in two innings".
Quick View of ImageClarendon cricketers, Clarendon, S. Aust., circa 1900.
Clarendon cricketers, Clarendon, S. Aust., circa 1900. The Clarendon Cricket Club had been established by 1864, their original ground being where the school was built, and then in a location where the weir was built, eventually finding their home on seven acres on the banks of the Onkaparinga River. From the South Australian Weekly Chronicle 18 May 1867: "On Saturday last a cricket match took place on the Clarendon cricket ground between the Clarendon and Morphett Vale Cricket Clubs. The weather was all that could be desired, and during the day several ladies graced the plain with their presence. The play was in some instances superior. The bowling of Peck and Chase, the wicket-keeping of Clark, and the long-stopping of Morphett were much admired. Through the kindness of Mr S Davis I am provided with the scores, which I forward, showing the runs as 84 in one innings, and the Morphett Vale 67 in two innings".
Quick View of ImageCricketers, B Grade Premiers, 1946-1947 season, Reynella, S. Aust., 1947.
Cricketers, B Grade Premiers, 1946-1947 season, Reynella, S. Aust., 1947. Back row, left to right: Ralph Green, Arthur Tickle, Max Powell, Michael O'Sullivan, Dud Nicolle, Roy Paddick. Front row: Tom Padget, Ross Cox, Jack Mitchell, Viv Slinger, Keith Wiltshire.
Quick View of ImageMembers of the McLaren Vale Cricket Club, McLaren Vale, S. Aust., 1919.
Members of the McLaren Vale Cricket Club, McLaren Vale, S. Aust., 1919. (Might be McLaren Flat Cricket Club).
Quick View of ImageMembers of the Noarlunga Cricket Club at Adelaide Oval, S. Aust., 1902.
Members of the Noarlunga Cricket Club at Adelaide Oval, S. Aust., 1902.
Quick View of ImageMorphett Vale Cricket Club Centenary celebrations, Morphett Vale, S. Aust., 1949.
Morphett Vale Cricket Club Centenary celebrations, Morphett Vale, S. Aust., 1949. L to R: ??, Jack O'Sullivan, ??, Mr Pocock?, ??, Frank Higgins, Mr Shergood, ??.
Quick View of ImageMorphett Vale Cricket Club Centenary celebrations, Morphett Vale, S. Aust., 1949.
Morphett Vale Cricket Club Centenary celebrations, Morphett Vale, S. Aust., 1949.

   
 
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