| The following pages
have been transcribed from 'One Hundred Not Out' which was originally
compiled by Barry Dolphin and Lawrence Bennett and published by
the Warwickshire Publishing Company during the club's centenary
Further pages and illustrations will be added as information becomes
available. Any material you may have, particularly original photographs,
anecdotes, press cuttings etc, etc will be most gratefully accepted
and published on this site if suitable. Please contact either
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Between the 1870's and 1900 there were a
number of cricket teams in existence around Pelsall, these being
White Rose, Red Rose, Weslyans, White Star and Pelsall Unity,
to name just a few. All of these teams eventually faded away.
There was one team however, which was always
considered to be the premier club of Pelsall, and from which
our present club originates.
The name of this team was Pelsall Albion
Cricket Club, later to become:
Pelsall Cricket & Sports Club.