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Definition of Fen cricket

Fen cricket
Fen cricket Fen" crick`et (Zo["o]l.) The mole cricket. [Prov. Eng.]

Meaning of Fen cricket from wikipedia

- Fenner's is Cambridge University Cricket Club's ground. Fenner's has hosted first-cl**** cricket since 1848. The ground was established on a former cherry...
- Fenner Kimball, American politician Francis Fenner (1811–1896), English cricketer and founder of Cambridge University's cricket ground Frank Fenner (1914–2010)...
- List A cricket in 1972 and 1974 only. It has not pla**** top-level Twenty20 cricket. With some 1,200 members, home matches are pla**** at Fenner's. The...
- ed. W. E. Lunt (Oxford, 1926) p.528 "Fen Ditton Cricket Club". FDCC. Retrieved 29 July 2012. Historic England. "Fen Ditton (1428633)". National Heritage...
- Fen skating is a traditional form of ice skating in the Fenland of England. The Fens of East Anglia, with their easily flooded meadows, form an ideal skating...
- pla**** first-cl**** cricket for Combined Services and Kent County Cricket Club and was secretary of the county club in later life. Fenner was born in Linton...
- Cambridge University and MCC at Fenner's on 12 and 13 May, Cambridge winning by 6 wickets. When the ****ociation of Cricket Statisticians and Historians (ACS)...
- his 54 first-cl**** appearances from 1829 until 1856. He established Fenner's cricket ground in 1848 on land which he had leased. The ground is still used...
- a cricketing context is generally understood to refer to the annual fixture between Oxford University Cricket Club and Cambridge University Cricket Club...
- and Baston Fen which is on the margin of the much bigger Deeping Fen. Until the nineteenth century, the heart of Deeping Fen was a common fen on which all...
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