Bill Voce

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Bill Voce
INTL CAREER: 1930 - 1947
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Bill Voce bowling for Nottinghamshire in 1934

Bill Voce bowling for Nottinghamshire in 1934

Bill Voce bowls to Bill Ponsford with a Bodyline field, Australia v England, 3rd Test, Adelaide, January 14, 1933
Bill Voce bowls to Bill Ponsford with a Bodyline fieldThe Cricketer International
The MCC squad for the 1932-33 tour of Australia and New Zealand. Back: George Duckworth, Tommy Mitchell, The Nawab of Pataudi, Maurice Leyland, Harold Larwood, Eddie Paynter, Bill Ferguson (scorer). Middle: Plum Warner (manager), Les Ames , Hedley Verity, Bill Voce, Bill Bowes, Freddie Brown, Maurice Tate, Dick Palairet (assistant manager). Front: Herbert Sutcliffe, Bob Wyatt, Douglas  Jardine (captain), Gubby Allen, Wally Hammond.
The MCC squad for the 1932-33 tour of Australia and New ZealandKenneth Xavier/ESPNcricinfo Ltd
Bill Voce
Bill VoceGetty Images
The Hon Freddie Calthorpe leads England onto the field. L-r Les Ames, Patsy Hendren, Andy Sandham, Wilfred Rhodes, Bob Wyatt, Calthorpe, Jack O'Connor, Ewart Astill, Nigel Haig, George Gunn, Bill Voce, West Indies v England, Barbados, January 11, 1930
The Hon Freddie Calthorpe leads England onto the fieldESPNcricinfo Ltd
Stan McCabe cuts inches wide of Bill Voce on his way to a brilliant 187 not out, Australia v England, SCG, 1st Test,  December 3, 1932
Stan McCabe cuts inches wide of Bill Voce on his way to a brilliant 187 not outThe Cricketer International
Bill Voce and Harold Larwood on board the <i>Orontes</i> travelling to Australia, September 17, 1932
Bill Voce and Harold Larwood on board the Orontes travelling to AustraliaGetty Images
The England XII for the Lord's Test of 1932 against India. Back: Eddie Paynter, Wally Hammond, Bill Voce, Bill Bowes, George Paine (12th man),  Les Ames, Percy Holmes: Front: Herbert Sutcliffe, Walter Robins,  Douglas Jardine (captain), Freddie Brown,  Frank Woolley, June 25, 1932
The England XII for the Lord's Test of 1932 against IndiaESPNcricinfo Ltd
Bill Voce poses in his bowling action, 1927
Bill Voce poses in his bowling actionPA Photos