Plaque

Lord's cricket ground

Erection date: 2006

Inscription

Thomas Lord laid out his original cricket ground on this site in 1787. The M.C.C. Was founded here in the same year.

unveiled by Andrew Strauss.

Site: Lord's cricket ground - Dorset Square (2 memorials)

NW1, Dorset Square

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Lord's cricket ground

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Thomas Lord

Professional cricketer. He laid out the first Lord's cricket ground in Dorset...

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Lord's cricket ground

Thomas Lord laid out his original cricket ground in Dorset Square in 1787. It...

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Lord's cricket ground

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Andrew Strauss

Left-handed cricketer. Has played for Middlesex County Cricket Club and has ...

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Marylebone Cricket Club

Marylebone Cricket Club

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