cogger


Related to cogger: old codger

cogger

(ˈkɒɡə)
n
a deceiver

cogger

(ˈkɒɡə)
n
(Mining & Quarrying) a person who uses cogs to build up supports
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Ashbrooke Belford House miss David Baxter and John Cogger at home to Cleator Moor Celtic.
After groping her and a struggle inside the payment booth at the Boldmere Gate fair, in Sutton Park, Sidney Cogger slammed the brakes on the ride sending her two-year-old son "flying to the ground".
Hebburn had Inkster and Cogger to thank for their counters, Henderson replying in style for the battling Saints.
Turnbridge WMC A 1 Berry Brow Lib B 3: C Langford (16) 47 S Cogger (22) 81, L Carr (7) 70 L O'Brien (31) 50, D Crines (owes 5) 22 E Crookes (33) 60, J Almond (owes 17) 59 M Howes (21) 61.
Belford House have Lee Harrison available and hope that John Cogger will be able to make a comeback after being sidelined for a month.
Neil Cogger made a fine run down the left before rolling the ball to Ian Brown who scored from 10 yards with ease.
In the rst game of the nal, refereed by Syd Cogger at PPG Canalside, James Watson (-4) played John Senior (+23) and was giving away a 27 points start.
John Cogger was first to equalise and Craig Bulmer struck the Wearsiders' second.
Michael Conner nabbed four goals and John Cogger two with Paul Robertson, Kenny Taylor, Ian Swales and David Scott also on the scoresheet.
After the interval, Williams twice denied Neil Cogger but it was his counterpart at the opposite end who pulled off two brilliant saves to deny Gary Redgate and Paul Olner the chance to pull Atherstone back into contention.
Tomorrow night it's snooker's threeplayer Team Knockout final, when Hillhouse & Birkby take on Deighton WMC and the referee is Syd Cogger.