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Choose from 66 pictures in our 00354 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Memory Lane Prints.


Allan Watkins, was one of Glamorgan's greatest cricketers Featured 00354 Image

Allan Watkins, was one of Glamorgan's greatest cricketers

Allan Watkins, was one of Glamorgan's greatest cricketers. He played in 15 Test matches and twice accomplished the "double" of 1, 000 runs and 100 wickets in a season. *ALLAN Watkins was the first Glamorgan cricketer to score a Test hundred for England and the first to appear in an Ashes Test. An energetic all-rounder, Watkins, who has died aged 89, enjoyed a remarkable cricket career recording 15 Test caps and 407 county appearances during which he scored 17, 419 runs, took 774 wickets and 390 catches. The Usk-born player appeared in the final Test of the 1948 Ashes series which will be remembered for being Don Bradmans final Test appearance for Australia following a string of outstanding performances in Championship cricket.
7th, June, 1954

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Rose Reilly from Ayrshire, plays her football in Italy, and has recently been voted ' Featured 00354 Image

Rose Reilly from Ayrshire, plays her football in Italy, and has recently been voted '

Rose Reilly from Ayrshire, plays her football in Italy, and has recently been voted Footballer of the Year.
Rose Reilly MBE (born 2 January 1955), whose married name is Rose Peralta, is a Scottish former women's association football player, who represented both the Scottish women's football team and Italian women's football team.
Brought up in Stewarton in East Ayrshire, Scotland, Reilly began her footballing career at age seven with local boys club Stewarton United and at one point attracted the interest of scouts from Glasgow side Celtic. She made her debut for the women's side Stewarton Thistle Ladies in 1965 against the Johnston Red & White Rockets. In 1972 she moved to Westthorn Utd where she won the treble of Scottish Cup, League Cup and the first League championship.
In 1974 Reilly moved to France to play football for Reims. After a six-month spell with Reims, Reilly was bought by A.C.F. Milan and played for the women's professional team for four years in Italy.
Despite having played ten times for her native Scotland and having no formal links to Italy prior to her move to A.C.F. Milan, Reilly was selected for the Italian women's national team and was voted the best player in the Italian team which won the Mundialito in 1984, an unofficial precursor to the women's world cup. It was reported that team captain Reilly scored in the 3-1 final win over West Germany in the northern Italian town of Caorle.
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Pictured 12th January 1984

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England v Wales, International match at Slough Stadium, 17th March 1974 Featured 00354 Image

England v Wales, International match at Slough Stadium, 17th March 1974

England v Wales, International match at Slough Stadium, 17th March 1974.
Final score:
England 5-0 Wales
Picture shows The English team. Not id'd individually, but the team comprised of Sue Buckett, Margaret Miks, Morag Kirkland, Wendy Owen, Sheila Parker (c), Janet Bagguley, Paddy McGroarty, Sue Lopez, Pat Firth, Lynda Hale, Pat Davies (substitute: Julia Manning; unused: Lesley Stirling, Jeannie Allott).
Picture taken 17th Match 1974

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