1946 English cricket season

1946 English cricket season

The 1949 English cricket season saw the 1949 County Championship being shared for the first time since the official competition began in.
The 1965 English cricket season was the first season since the 1912 Triangular Tournament in which England played Test series against two touring sides.
The 1946 cricket season was the in England since the earliest known definite reference to cricket in January 1597 and the 47th in which the County. The pace bowlers were Butler and Gladwin, supported by spinners Jack Walsh and Doug Wright. Help About Wikipedia Community portal Recent changes Contact page. Other notable fixtures played include the University MatchGentlemen v Players twice and North v South three matches. Help About Wikipedia Community portal Recent changes Contact page. Players who made their final first-class appearances during the season included Herbert SutcliffeLearie Constantine and Jack Iddon. Despite 1946 English cricket season and rationing, the country was still in post-war euphoria and there was great enthusiasm for sporting events. 1946 English cricket season Cricket - MCC V W Australia (1946)