Cowdrey


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Cowdrey

(ˈkaʊdrɪ)
n
(Biography) (Michael) Colin, Baron. 1932–2000, English cricketer. He played for Kent and in 114 Test matches (captaining England 27 times)
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Former Kent and England captain Chris Cowdrey returned for a second year as master of ceremonies, with guests also entertained by top comedian Ian Irving and live music well into the evening from The Dirty Rockin Scoundrels.
The theatrical performance inspired by the writings of JM Barrie featured music by Debussy, Poulenc and Peter Cowdrey and was devised, designed and directed by Kate Durran, the founder and musical director of the Moffat Community and Children's choirs.
The late Lord Cowdrey was born in Bangalore, India.
Summary: Lord's (London) [UK] Aug 7 (ANI): International Cricket Council (ICC) chief David Richardson, while delivering MCC Spirit of Cricket Cowdrey Lecture on Monday here, stated that things like ball-tampering, verbal abuse and on-field confrontations are dangerous and threatening for cricket and warned players to stop such behaviour.
A great cricketer of more recent vintage, Colin Cowdrey, used the reputation he had carefully established for fair play to serve him when it suited his purpose.
ON THIS DAY: 1932: The late Lord Cowdrey was born in Bangalore, India.
When Colin Cowdrey of Kent was called in to play on an Aussie tour at the age of 41, his first words on the field of play to Jeff Thomson, his potential slayer by short fast bowling, were: "Good morning.
Ventura, CA, August 16, 2017 --(PR.com)-- The preeminent law firm Beach Cowdrey Jenkins, LLP, has promoted three of its attorneys to the position of partner.
Gentleman and Player - The Story of Colin Cowdrey, Cricket's Most Elegant and Charming Batsman by Andrew Murtagh (Sportsbookofthemonth.com price: PS18.99) ACCORDING to former county cricketer and author Andrew Murtagh, a batsman has around 0.4 of a second to react to a bowler's extra-fast delivery, ie one that exceeds 90mph.
It was the introduction of Fabian Cowdrey, the left-arm spinner, that changed the match.
THE MCC has announced Brendon McCullum will deliver this year's Spirit of Cricket Cowdrey Lecture at Lord's.
He was eventually caught on the long-on boundary by Dean Cosker off Michael Hogan in the final over, with the Australian then dismissing Fabian Cowdrey in a similar manner before Matt Coles avoided the hat-trick.