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Cardus

(ˈkɑːdəs)
n
(Biography) Sir Neville. 1889–1975, British music critic and cricket writer
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The newest player to the team, Liam Cardus, didn't let his nerves get the better of him as some fantastic fingertip saves from the keeper meant he conceded just the one goal.
Steel opened the scoring on 11 minutes when excellent handling through the backs released winger Roy Cardus, who jinked his way past the home defence to score.
An extract written by Neville Cardus in Cricket: The Great Ones, which was published in 1967, summed up the attitude of many towards Trumper.
An extract from Cricket: The Great Ones, written by Neville Cardus in 1967, sums up the attitude of many towards Trumper.
This was Neville Cardus of the Manchester Guardian and I picked up his story of his discovering Charles Dickens.
Neville Cardus, the acclaimed cricket correspondent, wrote: "I count Makepeace amongst the immortals of Lancashire and Yorkshire cricket.
McCabe was so brilliant a player that legendary cricket writer Neville Cardus described one of his innings in these words: "It was cricket of felicity, power and no covetousness, strength and no brutality, assault and no battery, dazzling strokes and no rhetoric; lovely brave batsmanship, giving joy to the connoisseur.
He was described in 1960, by Neville Cardus the famous cricket writer, as the finest left-handed overseas batsmen since the Second World War, and by C B Fry as the best left-handed batsman he had seen.
And Richard Cardus, 57, former Cardiff RFC player between 1986 and 1990, and ex-England international, uploaded his make-up selfie on Friday after his daughters encouraged him to do so.
Conwy RNLI spokesman Peter Cardus said the initial report suggested the woman was up to her neck in water.
His role as principal investigator of the national Cardus Education Study of Catholic and Protestant Schools affords him special insight into this topic.