Group portrait of members of the AIF Cricket Eleven, which toured the United Kingdom from May to ...

Accession Number D00685
Collection type Photograph
Object type Black & white - Glass original half plate negative
Maker Unknown
Place made United Kingdom: England, Greater London, London
Date made May 1919
Conflict Period 1910-1919
First World War, 1914-1918

Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain

Public Domain Mark This item is in the Public Domain


Group portrait of members of the AIF Cricket Eleven, which toured the United Kingdom from May to September 1919, at Lords Ground. Identified from left to right, back row: 20098 Staff Sergeant Samuel Charles Winning, Dental Service, AIF Headquarters from Paddington, NSW; 14721 Sergeant Hampden Stanley Bray Love, Australian Army Service Corps from Drummoyne, NSW; 30710 Gunner (Gnr) John Tinline Murray, 103rd Howitzer Battery from Eastwood, South Australia; 33853 Gnr Eric Alister Bull, 26th Battery, Australian Field Artillery from Mosman, NSW; Lieutenant (Lt) Jack Morrison Gregory, 4th Divisional Artillery from Chatswood, NSW; Captain (Capt) Edward James Long, Deputy Assistant Provost Marshal, Weymouth, from Sydney, NSW; and 9197 Corporal William Albert Stanley Oldfield, 15th Field Ambulance from Glebe Point, NSW.
Second row: Capt Cyril Talbot Docker, General List from Homebush, NSW; Captain Clarence Everard Pellew, 27th Battalion from North Adelaide, South Australia; 7166 Lance Corporal Henry Leslie Collins, 10th Australian Army Service Corps from Darlinghurst, NSW; Capt Carl Bleakley Willis, Dental Corps from Malvern Victoria; 4233 Sergeant Alexaner Lampard, 10th Australian Army Service Corps from Edenhope, Victoria; and Capt William Leo Trenerry, MC, 17th Battalion from Manilla, NSW.
Front row: 32013 Gunner John Morris Taylor, 101st Howitzer Battery from Stanmore, NSW; and 3099 Warrant Officer William Stuart Stirling, AIF Headquarters Records Section from College Park, South Australia. They are wearing the official team blazer with the AIF rising sun emblem on the pocket.