Memories from the Museum

This section of the website has been inspired by visits to the Museum at the headquarters of Glamorgan Cricket, plus feedback from visitors after looking at the wonderful objects and photographs in the Museum’s collection  and showcased on these pages.

There are also articles written by several of the volunteers who assist at the Museum and have researched the fascinating history associated with the objects and photographs in the collection, thereby helping others to enjoy their visits besides conserving the long and proud history of cricket throughout Wales.

A family enjoy cricket on the beach at Tenby during September 1914. Photo Credit – CC4 Museum of Welsh Cricket.

Click on the highlighted text in red below to read these memories and other stories about various aspects of cricket and the people who have played the game in Wales:

Can you help with this photo? Glamorgan Hunt 1927?

The Mackintosh and Jack Brain turn out for Bonvilston, May 1904

Cardiff Alpha CC – The Boys from Canton.

Constance captains Glamorgan.

Haydn Davies: 500 not out.

The Welsh Cygnets at Llandudno, 1927. Photo Credit – CC4 Museum of Welsh Cricket.
Swansea after Glamorgan’s victory over the 1968 Australians. Photo Credit: Glamorgan Cricket Archives.

If you would like to share your memories, please contact museum@glamorgancricket.co.uk or ring 02920 419383.