Are you in these cricket photos from the 1970s to 2000s?

A centenary presentation to Felixstowe Cricket Club in August 1970

A centenary presentation to Felixstowe Cricket Club in August 1970 - Credit: Archant

Can you spot yourself, friends or family in any of these cricket photos from over the years?

If you have played cricket locally or went along to a match to support a family member, our gallery is likely to bring back memories.

Bury St Edmunds Cricket Club Youth Awards Night in October 1986

Bury St Edmunds Cricket Club Youth Awards Night in October 1986 - Credit: Archant

The photos of team line-ups, presentations and fundraisers date from the 1970s right through to the 2000s.

And they demonstrate how both cricket gear and hairstyles have changed over the years.

An Ipswich Caribbean Club cricket presentation in February 1980

An Ipswich Caribbean Club cricket presentation in February 1980 - Credit: Archant

One of the most unusual photos featured here shows members of Stansfield Cricket Club with cakes from a recipe book launched in 1999.

A home-made cakes recipe book for Stansfield Cricket Club in May 1999

A home-made cakes recipe book for Stansfield Cricket Club in May 1999 - Credit: Archant

If you would like to see more old sporting line-ups and action photos, ranging from swimming to hockey, darts and football, visit the  Suffolk Sporting Memories group on Facebook.

Northgate School Cricket Club in July 1980

Northgate School Cricket Club in July 1980 - Credit: Archant

To order copies of photos, visit our website or call Diane Townsend on 01603 772449. 

Young cricketers at the Victory Ground in Bury St Edmunds who received a Sportsmatch cheque in 2006

Young cricketers at the Victory Ground in Bury St Edmunds who received a Sportsmatch cheque for grassroots cricket at the club in 2006 - Credit: Andy Abbott/Archant

Needham Market Cricket Club awards evening in October 1984

Needham Market Cricket Club awards evening in October 1984 - Credit: Archant



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