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West Bromwich Albion F.C. wartime guest players

                                               

West Ham United F.C. wartime guest players

                                               

Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. wartime guest players

                                               

Wrexham F.C. wartime guest players

                                               

York City F.C. wartime guest players

                                               

Navy and Army War Fund Shield

The War Fund Shield was a Scottish football competition that was contested twice in the spring of 1915 and then again in the spring of 1918. The aim of these competitions was to raise money for the footballers and their families who fought in Wor ...

                                               

North Eastern Football League (Scotland)

The North Eastern League was a regional Scottish football competition held during the Second World War, due to the suspension of the Scottish Football League. Held between 1941 and 1945, the competition was played in two stages each season, with ...

                                               

North Eastern Football League Cup

The North Eastern League Cup was a regional Scottish football competition held during the Second World War, due to the suspension of Scottish Football League. Held between 1941 and 1945, the competition was played in two stages each season, mirro ...

                                               

Southern Football League (Scotland)

The Southern Football League was a Scottish regional football competition held during World War II, due to the suspension of the Scottish Football League. Held between 1940 and 1946, the competition was played as a single division until the intro ...

                                               

Southern League Cup (Scotland)

The Southern League Cup was a regional Scottish football competition held during the Second World War, due to the suspension of national competitions. Held between 1940 and 1946, the competition all teams from the Southern League and was played a ...

                                               

Scottish Football League wartime guest players by club

                                               

Southern Football League (Scotland)

                                               

Southern League Cup (Scotland)

                                               

Wartime seasons in Scottish football

                                               

Junior League World Series (South Region)

The Junior League World Series Southeast and Southwest regions - formerly the South Region, until 2002 - are two of the six United States regions that currently send teams to the World Series in Taylor, Michigan. Together, the regions participati ...

                                               

Junior League World Series 1982-1999 (Puerto Rico Region)

                                               

Texas–Oklahoma–Louisiana League

                                               

Atlantic League records

On Tuesday, September 13, 2006, the Long Island Ducks and the Camden Riversharks played an 18-inning ballgame that set the league record for the longest game in Atlantic League history. After the Ducks tied the score at five in the eighth inning, ...

                                               

College womens basketball seasons in the United States

                                               

ABA All-Time Team

The ABA All-Time Team were chosen in 1997 on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the founding of the American Basketball Association. It comprised the 30 best and most influential players of the ABA during its ten years and nine full regular ...

                                               

American Basketball Association coaches

                                               

American Basketball Association draft picks

                                               

American Basketball Association teams

                                               

National Basketball League (United States) awards

                                               

National Basketball League (United States) coaches

                                               

National Basketball League (United States) navigational boxes

                                               

National Basketball League (United States) seasons

                                               

National Basketball League (United States) teams

                                               

List of Chicago Stags players

                                               

List of Indianapolis Olympians players

                                               

List of St. Louis Bombers players

                                               

List of Washington Capitols players

The following is a list of players of the now-defunct Washington Capitols professional basketball team. Hook Dillon Bones McKinney Buddy OGrady Matt Zunic Dick Schulz Irv Rothenberg Sidney Hertzberg Edward Bartels Earl Lloyd Ken Keller Fred Scola ...

                                               

International Boxing Federation champions

                                               

International Boxing Organization champions

                                               

World Boxing Association champions

                                               

World Boxing Council champions

                                               

World Boxing Organization champions

                                               

History of Australian cricket from 1876–77 to 1890

An England cricket team toured Australia and New Zealand in the winter of 1876–77 and, in March 1877, took part with Australia in the first two matches to be designated as Tests.

                                               

History of Australian cricket from 1890–91 to 1900

This article describes the history of Australian cricket from the 1890–91 season until 1900. As in England, cricket in Australia from about 1890 until the First World War has been recalled as a Golden Age. The 1890s saw the emergence of great Aus ...

                                               

History of Australian cricket to 1876

This is an article that describes the history of Australian cricket from its known beginnings until the eve of the first-ever Test matches between Australia and England, which took place in the 1876–77 season.

                                               

Intercolonial cricket in Australia

Intercolonial cricket matches were the first-class cricket matches played between the various colonies of Australia prior to federation in 1901. After federation, they became known as Interstate matches. By the 1880s regular intercolonials were b ...

                                               

New Norcia Cricket Team

The New Norcia Cricket Team was a team of indigenous Australian cricketers captained by a pastoralist, who played in Western Australia between about 1879 and 1906. The team was established by the Abbot of the New Norcia missionary settlement, Ros ...

                                               

History of Australian cricket from 1900–01 to 1918

This article describes the history of Australian cricket from the 1900–01 season until 1918. Notable Australian players during this period include Joe Darling, Monty Noble, Victor Trumper, Clem Hill, Hugh Trumble, Warwick Armstrong, Charlie Macar ...

                                               

History of Australian cricket from 1918–19 to 1930

This article describes the history of Australian cricket from the 1918–19 season until 1930. Notable Australian players during this period include Warwick Armstrong, Charlie Macartney, Warren Bardsley, Jack Gregory, Ted McDonald, Arthur Mailey, J ...

                                               

History of Australian cricket from 1930–31 to 1945

This article describes the history of Australian cricket from the 1930–31 season until 1945. Notable Australian players during this period include Don Bradman, Bert Oldfield, Bill OReilly, Bill Woodfull, Bill Ponsford and Stan McCabe.

                                               

History of Australian cricket from 1945–46 to 1960

This article describes the history of Australian cricket from the 1945–46 season until 1960. Notable Australian players during this period include Don Bradman, Arthur Morris, Ray Lindwall, Keith Miller, Neil Harvey, Alan Davidson and Richie Benaud.

                                               

History of Australian cricket from 1960–61 to 1970

This article describes the history of Australian cricket from the 1960–61 season until 1970. Notable Australian players early in this period included Neil Harvey, Alan Davidson and Richie Benaud, but all three retired after the 1962–3 series agai ...

                                               

History of Australian cricket from 1970–71 to 1985

This article is part of a series on the history of Australian cricket; it covers the period from the 1970–71 season until 1985. Notable Australian players during this period include brothers Ian and Greg Chappell, Jeff Thomson, Dennis Lillee, Rod ...

                                               

History of Australian cricket from 1985–86 to 2000

This article describes the history of Australian cricket from the 1985–86 season until 2000. This was a period in which Australian cricket recovered from the disruption caused by World Series Cricket to create arguably the strongest Test team in ...

                                               

World Series Cricket

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