Carol Valentine

Full name:Carol Mary Valentine
Born:26th November 1906, Blackheath, Kent, England
Died: January 1992, Kendal, Westmorland, England
Bowling:Right-arm medium pace
Relations:Brother: BH Valentine
Teams:England Women (Women's Test: 1934/35); England Women (Women's two innings: 1934/35); Women's Cricket Association (Miscellaneous: 1930-1933); Cobham Ladies (Women's Miscellaneous: 1929); Women's Cricket Association (Women's Miscellaneous: 1929-1934); London and District Women (Women's Miscellaneous: 1929-1932); The Cuckoos (Women's Miscellaneous: 1930-1931); South Women (Women's Miscellaneous: 1930-1934); Berkhamsted and District Women (Women's Miscellaneous: 1930-1931); London Women (Women's Miscellaneous: 1932); EM Child's XI (Women's Miscellaneous: 1932); Women's Cricket Association Ramblers (Women's Miscellaneous: 1933); K Doman's Touring XI (Women's Miscellaneous: 1933); England Women (Women's Miscellaneous: 1933-1934/35); EA Snowball's XI (Women's Miscellaneous: 1933); Midlands Women (Women's Miscellaneous: 1934); The Rest (Women's Miscellaneous: 1934); England Women Australia Touring Team (Women's Miscellaneous: 1934); ME Maclagan's XI (Women's Miscellaneous: 1935)
Lists of matches and more detailed statistics
Pictures:CM Valentine during Cricket Week August 1934
 CM Valentine at the entertainment evening during Cricket Week August 1934
 Isabel Nowell-Smith, Carol Valentine, Lewis and E Langhorne during the WCA Cricket Week 1933
 M Valentine, Carol Valentine and Isabel Nowell-Smith at the WCA Cricket Week 1933
 List of all pictures

Women's Test Career Batting and Fielding (1934/35)
England Women110000.00000
Women's Test Career Bowling (1934/35)
England Women301911-99.000030.001.80





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