Marjorie Pollard

Full name:Marjorie Anne Pollard
Born:3rd August 1899, Peterborough, Northamptonshire, England
Died:21st March 1982, Bampton, Oxfordshire, England
Other Sports:Hockey for England 1921-1933
Biography:Editor of Women's Cricket 1930-1950. Founder member of the Women's Cricket Associaition. Editor of Hockey Field magazine 1946-1970. Awarded OBE in 1965 for services to cricket.
Teams:Women's Cricket Association (Miscellaneous: 1930-1933); Cobham Ladies (Women's Miscellaneous: 1929); Women's Cricket Association (Women's Miscellaneous: 1929-1934); London and District Women (Women's Miscellaneous: 1929-1932); Berkhamsted and District Women (Women's Miscellaneous: 1929-1934); Bedford Women (Women's Miscellaneous: 1930); M Scott-Bowden's XI (Women's Miscellaneous: 1930); MA Pollard's XI (Women's Miscellaneous: 1930-1939); VMM Cox's XI (Women's Miscellaneous: 1930); Rest of England Women (Women's Miscellaneous: 1931-1939); London Women (Women's Miscellaneous: 1932); Stevenage Women (Women's Miscellaneous: 1932); England Women (Women's Miscellaneous: 1932-1936); Midlands Women (Women's Miscellaneous: 1933-1937); K Doman's Touring XI (Women's Miscellaneous: 1933); The Veterans Women (Women's Miscellaneous: 1934); Hertfordshire, Essex and Norfolk Women (Women's Miscellaneous: 1937); Midlands and North of England Women (Women's Miscellaneous: 1939)
Lists of matches and more detailed statistics
Pictures:Myrtle Maclagan with Unidentified players from Myrtle Maclagan's photo album
 Portrait of Marjorie Pollard from Myrtle Maclagan's photo album
 Marjorie Pollard and unidentified players from Myrtle Maclagan's photo album
 MA Pollard during Cricket Week August 1934
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