Larwood

Larwood

(ˈlɑːwʊd)
n
(Biography) Harold. 1904–95, English cricketer. An outstanding fast bowler, he played 21 times for England between 1926 and 1933
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Australian captain Bill Woodfull was struck a painful blow above the heart by Larwood while England were using a normal field setting and Jardine then upset the already-agitated crowd by switching almost immediately to a leg-theory field.
They had an argument when she accused him of propositioning her best friend, Ffion Larwood, he claimed.
Chappell said Flintoff should be brought to target Ponting in the manner England captain Douglas Jardine used Harold Larwood to try get Don Bradman out during the infamous Bodyline series of 1932-33, The Courier Mail reports.
A SIGNED cricket bat which belonged to former Nottinghamshire and England fast bowler Harold Larwood is expected to fetch pounds 2,000 to pounds 3,000 at auction next month.
Captain Douglas Jardine had instructed his fast bowlers Harold Larwood and Bill Voce to deliver short balls directly at the Australian batsmen's bodies.
Ffion Larwood, 18, told Cardiff Crown Court how Daryl Gronow, 19, quarrelled with his former girlfriend Deborah Butler before he allegedly ran the group down, killing 19-year-old Craig Hopkins.
The mighty Greg Davies of The Inbetweeners fame is back for another half-hour of comedy, along with Justin Edwards, Pippa Evans, Humphrey Ker, Marek Larwood and Laura Solon.
Among the performers taking up the challenge and showing they really can think on their feet are Greg Davies, Justin Edwards, Pippa Evans, David Armand, Marek Larwood, Laura Solon, Humphrey Ker and Tom Parry.
They will be remembered as the least popular tourists since Douglas Jardine, Harold Larwood and the Bodyline boys were chased out of Australia in the 1930s.
But Harold Larwood and Bill Voce played a big part in this victory.
The white caravan was taken from Larwood Court, Green Croft, Anfield Plain, between Sunday and yesterday.