Norman Yardley

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Norman Yardley
INTL CAREER: 1938 - 1950
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Fred Trueman and Bob Appleyard receive their county caps from Norman Yardley, Leeds, 1951

Fred Trueman and Bob Appleyard receive their county caps from Norman Yardley, Leeds, 1951

Fred Trueman and Bob Appleyard receive their county caps from Norman YardleyThe Cricketer International
The England XI for the second Test against Australia, Lord's, June 1948
The England XI for the second Test against Australia in 1948The Cricketer International
Norman Yardley
Norman YardleyGetty Images
Len Hutton and Norman Yardley, July 12, 1946
Len Hutton and Norman YardleyGetty Images
Norman Yardley and Hedley Verity in a charity game Ireland in September 1941. It was Verity's last match and he took 8 for 55
Norman Yardley and Hedley Verity in Ireland in 1941ESPNcricinfo Ltd
Norman Yardley batting
Norman Yardley battingThe Cricketer International
Norman Yardley gets a massage from Billy Heyhurst, Old Trafford, 1947
Norman Yardley gets a massage from Billy HeyhurstGetty Images
Len Hutton and Norman Yardley pictured in their Yorkshire blazers, July 12, 1946
Len Hutton and Norman Yardley pictured in their Yorkshire blazers in 1946Hulton Archive/Getty Images
The MCC team which toured South Africa unbeaten in 1938-39: Back row - Bill  Edrich, Doug Wright, Eddie Paynter, WH Ferguson (scorer); middle row - 	Len  Wilkinson, Hedley Verity, Hugh Bartlett, Tom Goddard, Reggie Perks, Len Hutton, Paul Gibb; front - CR Ridgway (SA manager), Ken Farnes, NormanYardley, Wally Hammond (captain), Les Ames, Bryan Valentine, AJ Holmes (manager)
The MCC team which toured South Africa unbeaten in 1938-39Wisden Cricket Monthly