|11 February 1863
Dalton, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
|12 December 1935 72) (aged
Blackburn, Lancashire, England
|Domestic team information
Source:CricketArchive,12 September 2012
Thomas Lancaster (11 February 1863 –12 December 1935) was an English cricketer who played first-class cricket for Lancashire from 1894 to 1899.
The Red Rose of Lancaster was the heraldic badge adopted by the royal House of Lancaster in the 14th century. In modern times it symbolises the county of Lancashire. The exact species or cultivar which it represents is thought to be Rosa gallica officinalis.
Lancaster Park,also known as Jade Stadium and AMI Stadium for sponsorship reasons,was a sports stadium in Waltham,a suburb of Christchurch in New Zealand. The stadium was closed permanently due to damage sustained in the February 2011 earthquake and subsequently demolished in 2019. It was reopened in 2022.
Lancaster Royal Grammar School (LRGS) is a selective grammar school for boys aged 11–18 in Lancaster,Lancashire,England. Old students belong to The Old Lancastrians. The school's sixth form opened to girls in 2019. LRGS is also in the United Kingdom's thirty oldest schools.
Lancaster City Football Club is an English semi-professional non-League football club based in the northern city of Lancaster,Lancashire. They currently compete in the Northern Premier League Premier Division,the seventh tier of English football,and play at Giant Axe. They are full members of the Lancashire County Football Association.
Frederick Theodore Badcock was a New Zealand first-class and Test cricketer. Perhaps the best all-rounder in New Zealand in the inter-war period,he played seven Test matches for New Zealand between 1930 and 1933,including New Zealand's inaugural Test in 1930. He was the first players capped by New Zealand.
An English team raised by the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) toured New Zealand between December 1906 and March 1907. The tour comprised two first-class matches against New Zealand,two each against the four main provincial teams –Auckland,Canterbury,Otago and Wellington –and one against Hawke's Bay. There were also five minor matches against teams from country areas.
Lancaster Cricket Club is an English cricket club sited near the River Lune in Lancaster. The club compete in the Northern League,with the 1st team being allocated a named professional for each season. Previous professionals include South African international wicket-keeper,Mark Boucher,Durham spinner Gareth Breese and West Indies international Laurie Williams.
The Northern Premier Cricket League is a cricket league in the North West of England and was designated as an ECB Premier League in 2000. Prior to that date it was known as the Northern Cricket League.
Unity is a rural village in the East Coast district of the Demerara-Mahaica region of Guyana. The village is notable for being the birthplace of both Shivnarine Chanderpaul,former captain of the West Indies cricket team and Bharrat Jagdeo,former president of Guyana. Colin Croft is also from the area.
This article describes the history of New Zealand cricket from the 1918–19 season until 1945.
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Torrisholme is a suburb of Morecambe,Lancashire,on the North West coast of England. In the 2001 census,the Torrisholme Ward had a population of 6,758 living in 3,118 households,decreasing marginally to 6,755 at the 2011 Census.
Lancaster may refer to:
Central Lancaster High School (CLHS) is a coeducational secondary school and sixth form located in Lancaster,England. Located on Crag Road on the Ridge area in east Lancaster. In recent years,the school has been performing well below average. Only 26% students obtained a grade 5 or above in English and Maths in 2017,compared to the English national average of 43% and the local authority average of 44%.
Hagley Oval is a cricket ground in Hagley Park in the central city of Christchurch,New Zealand. The first recorded match on the ground was in 1867,when Canterbury cricket team hosted Otago cricket team. Canterbury used the ground infrequently from then through until the 1920s,but hardly stopped during World War I.
Lune Road Ground is a cricket ground in Lancaster,Lancashire. The ground is situated on the bank of the River Lune. The first recorded match on the ground was in 1907,when the Lancashire Second XI played Durham in the Minor Counties Championship.
The Australia national cricket team toured New Zealand from February to April 1914 and played eight first-class matches including two against the New Zealand national team. New Zealand at this time had not been elevated to Test status. The tour was organized and captained by Arthur Sims,who had previously represented New Zealand. The tour is notable for the fact that it featured Victor Trumper's final appearance in a first-class match before his death at age 37 in 1915.
An International XI cricket team toured several countries from February to April 1962 and played a total of eight first-class matches,these taking place in Kenya,Northern Rhodesia,Southern Rhodesia,East Pakistan,New Zealand,India and Pakistan. The International XI was captained by Richie Benaud and included Everton Weekes,Tom Graveney,Bob Simpson and Sonny Ramadhin.
The Australian cricket team toured New Zealand in November 1896,playing five matches. They were returning from their 1896 tour of England.