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); Rest of England Women (Women's Miscellaneous: 1931-1939); Stevenage Women (Women's Miscellaneous: 1932); Midlands Women (Women's Miscellaneous: 1933-1937); Midlands and North of England Women (Women's Miscellaneous: 1939); All teams
Lists of matches and more detailed statistics
Pictures:Portrait of Marjorie Pollard
 J Singleton and Marjorie Pollard at the WCA Cricket Week 1933
 Marjorie Pollard and Violet Straker at the WCA Cricket Week 1933

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