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Today is the birthday (1848) of William Gilbert “W. G.” Grace, MRCS, LRCP, an English amateur cricketer who was important in the development of the sport ...
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Victorian photograph of Dr W G Grace playing cricket by Messrs Hawkins & Co of Brighton 1897
WG Grace photographed in 1899
WILLIAM (W.G.) GRACE (1848-1915) English amateur cricketer about 1895 -
A young W. G. Grace poses with his bat // Via
WILLIAM GILBERT (W.G.) GRACE (1848-1915) English amateur cricketer in 1897
Grace: "When you win the toss – bat. If you are in doubt, think about it, then bat. If you have very big doubts, consult a colleague – then bat.
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W.G.GRACE (1848-1915) English cricketer about 1890 in the cap colours of
Cricketer WG Grace bowling, circa 1902.
A total of 54,211 runs from 870 first-class matches spanning 1865 to 1908 – the runs came at an average of 39.45 with 124 centuries and 251 half-centuries, ...
The legendary W. G. Grace, who played Test cricket until he was aged 50.
Spy cartoon & autograph of W. G. Grace, "Cricket" [with] autograph.
England cricket team 1891
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WG Grace on his 66th birthday
W. G. Grace Victorian Cricketer - Stock Image
Dr W.G.Grace: cricket's first superstar.
Cricket's first celebrity: the fearsome, magnificently bearded WG Grace. Would he recognise life as we live it these days? © Print Collector/Getty Images
WG Grace: his career as a first-class cricketer spanned almost 50 years
W G Grace, picture, image, illustration
A giant among “amateurs”: W G Grace in action, circa 1902
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The English cricketer WG Grace, pictured at Gravesend in 1913, playing for Eltham:
List of first-class cricket centuries by W. G. Grace
Impressive beard: Grace was believed to have cultivated his facial topiary for health reasons after
Gloucestershire County Cricket Club in 1880 shortly before Fred Grace's untimely death. W. G. Grace is seated front left centre.
WG Grace: a Victorian hero and a cricketing pragmatist © PA Photos
WG Grace, the subject of a new novella. Photograph: Hulton/Getty Images
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The England team for Grace's final Test in 1899 // Via
signed painting of W.G Grace standing in front of wicketts holding bat 1890 - Stock Image
Illustration print by S T Dadd of Dr W G Grace playing cricket for England against Australia 1896
Dr. W.G. Grace at the Wicket, 1898
A vintage chromolithograph featuring the 19th century amateur cricketer Dr W G Grace, of Gloucestershire and
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Arriving at the wicket, Grace would scrutinise the pitch, survey the field and,
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A turn-of-the-century cigarette card featuring Grace.
An 1877 illustration of Grace by Leslie Ward emphasises his trademark beard and MCC cap
Grace (left) with former Australian Test captain Billy Murdoch when both played for London County.
A ferociously aggressive player: Grace in action, c1890 (Hulton
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circa 1897 WG Grace demonstrating the 'cut' stroke Dr William Gilbert Grace 18481915 perhaps
Stance of a Victorian cricketer
... W.G.Grace with team in 1884
WG Grace was an amateur cricketer who perhaps earned more than most professionals © Getty Images
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The Ashes, picture, image, illustration. W G Grace playing cricket ...
Grace reached his peak in the 1870s when he was averaging between 60 and 70 runs a game. This might not seem like a lot in the modern game, but back then ...
Grace's face was used commercially – he was instantly recognisable in 19th-century England.
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Sport Cricket Circa 1900 Walter Troup Gloucestershire He took over as Gloucestershire captain when WG Grace
W.G. Grace, by W.T. Wilson, 1887: Grace is beginning to show signs of
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WG Grace (left) and Don Bradman, both circa 1909 © Getty Images
Ernie Jones (second from right, back row), with the Australian team that
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Sri Lanka defeating Australia at the 1996 World Cup cricket matches.
Martha Grace was the first woman to find a mention in Wisden, in 1915.
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The final day of the third Test against South Africa, July 31