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Cardus

(ˈkɑːdəs)
n
(Biography) Sir Neville. 1889–1975, British music critic and cricket writer
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Ashville Youth recorded a 6-3 victory over AFC Bebington Athletic as Tom Cardus fired a treble, Joel Addey netted a double and Chris Brizell added a single with Jack Taylor, Kyle McCann and Nat Hannon hitting the replies.
The Cardus family of Binley Woods is one of at least 10,000 nationwide who have swopped the classroom for the kitchen.
Previous leaders AFC Liverpool went down 4-1 versus Ashville Youth (Tom Cardus 3 & Mike Duffy) and sharing the spoils were Manor Youth (Jacob Cotgrave 2) and Victoria Colts (Matty Leech & Victor Oyesola) in a 2-2 draw.
Prop Joe Cardus, lock Keith Mahon and backrow man Paea Liku did well for Brighton in an encouraging display.
In the second game Rangers won 5-0 with a hat-trick from Lucy Gent and goals from Sophie Cardus and Chloe Martin.
Dubbed by Neville Cardus as 'the Australian in excelsis', Miller was a dashing batsman, a fearsome bowler and an instinctive fieldsman who played 55 Test matches as one of the most charismatic cricketers of his generation.
Cardus wrote the foreword, and Arlott's review said 'It is quite remarkably readable.
Rachel Gunnel and Sophie Cardus also played their part as Rangers earned a draw - and they now go into their first ever league game away to Brompton with great confidence.
H is delicacy of touch, epitomised in his perfectly timed leg glances, gained the admiration of purists, including the great Neville Cardus, who judged him to be "immaculate, calm and old-headed".
A chill wind of antagonism blew from him on the sunniest day,' wrote Sir Neville Cardus.
Pictured are Ashleigh Martin, Sophie Cardus, Shannon Caine, Amy Younger, Rachel Gunnell, Abbie Ralphs, Eloise Ross, Charlotte Watson and Emily Ralphs.