Kippax may refer to:

  • Kippax, West Yorkshire, village in England
  • Alan Kippax, Australian cricketer
  • Kippax Centre, Australian Capital Territory, a suburban centre in Canberra, Australia
  • Kippax Uniting Church and Community Centre.
  • The Kippax a stand at Manchester City's Football Club's Maine Road stadium

Other articles related to "kippax":

Benjamin Pickard - Early Life and Family
... Pickard was born in Kippax near Wakefield in Yorkshire the son of a collier ... a reputation as a studious boy and attended Kippax Grammar School ... In 1864 he married Hannah Elizabeth Freeman of Kippax and they had four sons and four daughters ...
Kippax, West Yorkshire - Location Grid
... Garforth Swillington Ledsham Kippax, West Yorkshire Allerton Bywater. ...
Christopher Kippax
... Christopher Kippax (born May 3, 1969) was an English cricketer ... Kippax made a single one-day appearance for the team, in the Cheltenham Gloucester Trophy in September 2002 ... Kippax scored 5 runs in the only List A innings in which he batted ...
Peter Kippax
... Peter John Kippax (born 15 October 1940, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England) was an English first-class cricketer who played for Yorkshire, Durham and Northumberland ... Kippax played three times in his debut season of 1961, against Sussex, Leicestershire and Kent and once in 1962 against the touring Pakistani team ... and Don Wilson, and had little room for Kippax's leg spinners ...
Alan Kippax - International Career - Legacy
... On the team's return from England, Kippax handed the NSW captaincy to Test teammate Bert Oldfield, and ended his first-class career with four Sheffield Shield matches for the ... This gave Kippax a total of 32 centuries for NSW, a record tally, subsequently beaten only by Michael Bevan ... In addition to his 12,792 first-class runs, Kippax scored over 7,000 runs at an average of 53 for his grade club Waverley ...