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Cambridge blue

n
1. (Colours)
a. a lightish blue colour
b. (as adjective): a Cambridge-blue scarf.
2. (General Sporting Terms) a person who has been awarded a blue from Cambridge University
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Harry (real name Henry Morgan) Bowcott won eight caps for Wales from 1929 to 1933; gained Cambridge Blues in 1927 and 1928; was a GB tourist to New Zealand and Australia in 1930, playing in all five Tests and later being WRU president, selector and assistant manager to Argentina in 1968.
Injury to Joe Rokocoko has provided the chance for Ranger, a backline breaker who was started at centre by Blues coach Pat Lam during the Super 14, and whose rugby pedigree was first noticed with his blockbusting running on the wing for the Cambridge Blues from Kauriland.
Gethin, 63, won two Cambridge blues and played for both Neath and Cardiff.
Male singers will be joined on stage by their female counterparts as well as award-winning quartet Cambridge Blues and the Yamaha international organ player Chiho Sunamoto.
It was a case of the Cambridge Blues at Underhill as this particular crew were sunk by a stunning late header from Linroy Primus.
Victory meant he repeated last years success, when his Cambridge Blues outfit beat Leander by five seconds.
The book gives an impression that you took everything in your stride, succeeding at cricket, music, Cambridge blues and so on.

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