This week’s trip down memory lane is a must for all cricket fans. As the cricket season gets underway, take a look at these nostalgic gems from yesteryear.

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Despite warnings that the stand was unsafe, spectators took the risk to watch Yorkshire played Northants at Bradford's park Avenue in 1977

Cricket spectators at Bradford's park Avenue ground banned from using the back of the football stand because it was unsafe in 1977

Manningham Mill's Velvet Warehouse cricket team August 1921

Manningham Mills with the Priestley Cup in 1977

Mr. W. A. Foster, president of the Bradford Cricket League, opening the new dressing rooms and pavilion at Eccleshill Cricket Club in 1960

Sir Leonard Hutton's favourite ground Bradford Park Avenue in 1973

The anxious crowd watches Undercliffe beat Bingley by six wickets during the Priestley Cup final in 1974

Undercliffe Cricket Club made sure of winning at least one trophy with their under 14 side who had won the Bradford Junior League's Under 14 cup in 1971

Yorkshire captain Ronnie Burnett, Johnny Wardle and Vic Wilson take the field at the two-day Yorkshire County trial match at Park Avenue, in 1958

A sad scene at the home of cricket, Bradford Park Avenue as groundsman Roy Whyatt returns for one last act of devotion in 1986