co-captain


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co-captain

n
a joint captain
vb (tr)
to captain jointly
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EX-SALFORD and Oldham forward Luke Adamson has been named Rochdale Hornets co-captain, alongside halfback Danny Yates.
It's not going to be easy but we see hope to make the next round,' said Malditas co-captain Inna Palacios.
George Ford and Chris Robshaw will co-captain England in Hartley's absence, reprising the roles they played against the Barbarians in a non-cap international in May.
Before heading off to the States, co-captain Marie Roberts said: "We applied for several tournaments this year and were invited to even more.
On board will be a team of five, which includes the captain, co-captain, a videographer and two kite-surfers familiar with the equipment.
Hermiones previous exuberance at being a co-captain of the cheerleading squad turns to doubt, but staying in the sport helps her cope.
I have always seen James continuing the captaincy this season and we have also appointed Matt Mullan as co-captain.
The 5-foot-10, 165-pound senior co-captain posted a 2.
Co-captain Dima Wahbeh (Class of 2015) was named MVP of the women's league, while co-captain Tala Hammash (Class of 2014) was named all-tournament player.
US Presidents Cup co-captain Fred Couples said he has assured Woods of his inclusion in the 12-member squad for November's showdown.
Co-captain Jacqueline Coetzee said: "We are absolutely delighted to retain the title for the second year in-a-row.
The captain and co-captain for the inaugral sailing of the MV Julia on the Cork Swansea route even went to "sea school" together.