Matches (14)
IRE v AFG (2)
Women's Hundred (1)
RL Cup (6)
Men's Hundred (1)
WI v NZ (1)
ENG v SA (1)
BDESH-A in WI (1)
CWC League 2 (1)
Peter Marner receives the Man-of-the-Match award from Frank Woolley. He was the first man to receive such an award and he got it for making 121 and taking 3 for 49, Lancashire v Leicestershire, Old Trafford, Gillette Cup preliminary round, May 1,1963

Peter Marner receives the Man-of-the-Match award from Frank Woolley. He was the first man to receive such an award and he got it for making 121 and taking 3 for 49, Lancashire v Leicestershire, Old Trafford, Gillette Cup preliminary round, May 1,1963

Peter Marner receives the Man-of-the-Match award from Frank WoolleyPlayfair Cricket Monthly
His majesty King George VI attended the match between Surrey and a team of Old England on the-of the celebration of the Surrey centenary at the Oval. The King is enjoying a  laugh with Percy Fender, Maurice Tate, Patsy Hendren and Frank Woolley, The Oval, May 23, 1946
The King meets Old England players at The OvalWisden
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
Sussex on the way to victory over Kent at Maidstone in 1932.  James Langridge plays a ball from Tich Freeman, with Les Ames keeping and Frank Woolley at slip, Duleepsinjhi is the non striker
Sussex on the way to victory over Kent in 1932Wisden Cricket Monthly
Frank Woolley bats, circa 1930
Frank Woolley batsGetty Images
The England team for the 1926 Ashes: Harold Larwood, Maurice Tate, Greville Stevens, George Geary, Herbert Sutcliffe, and Patsy Hendren (standing, from left).  Bert Strudwick, Jack Hobbs, captain Percy Chapman, Wilfred Rhodes and Frank Woolley (seated, from left), fifth Test, the Ashes 1926, England vs Australia, August 14, 1926
The England team for the 1926 AshesGetty Images
Frank Woolley hits one high, 1926
Frank Woolley hits one highGetty Images
Frank Woolley, Wilfred Rhodes, Herbert Strudwick, and Albert Relf play croquet in South Africa, 1913-14
Frank Woolley, Wilfred Rhodes, Herbert Strudwick, and Albert Relf play croquet in South Africa, 1913-14The Cricketer International
Frank Woolley
Frank WoolleyThe Cricketer International
Frank Woolley is run out after taking on Lall Singh's arm to leave England wobbling on 19 for 3, England v India, Lord's, June 25, 1932
Frank Woolley is run out after taking on Lall Singh's arm ESPNcricinfo Ltd
Frank Woolley
Frank WoolleyThe Cricketer International
Frank Woolley with his wife and daughter  as he sets off on tour to New Zealand, St Pancras Station, London, September 29, 1929
Frank Woolley with his wife and daughter as he sets off on tour ESPNcricinfo Ltd
Frank Woolley plays a punchy drive, England v Australia, 3rd Test, Headingley, July 1, 1926
Frank Woolley plays a punchy driveGetty Images
Australia v England, 1924-5 England touring party left to right back row  Bryan, Tyldesley, Tate, Toone, Whysall, Chapman, Sandham front row Strudwick, Douglas, Gilligan, Hobbs, Woolley on ground Hendren, Freeman, Sutcliffe, Howell
England touring party, 1924-25Herbert Fishwick (Sydney Mail)/Unknown