Querl

Related to Querl: Querimonious
v. t.1.To twirl; to turn or wind round; to coil; as, to querl a cord, thread, or rope.
n.1.A coil; a twirl; as, the qwerl of hair on the fore leg of a blooded horse.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Notable catches were a 33.39kg vundu by Mike Querl, which was released alive and a 4.15kg Cornish jack by Clive Oxden-Willows.
But Unicorns seamer Glen Querl bowled Riki Wessels and Alex Hales after Ali Brown was caught in the third over off Neil Saker as the hosts struggled to 17 for three.
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Aniket Desai and experienced campaigner Manna settled down quickly and steered the score past the 100-run mark before Glenn Querl picked up two wickets in one over.
Gale made 17 in an opening stand of 23 with Lyth, but the skipper was trapped in front by Warren Lee before Jaques edged Glen Querl to New having made just three.
MCC Twenty20 team: Sourav Ganguly (captain), Aiden Blizzard, Brian Lara, Ian Harvey, Mohammad Nabi, Tyron Henderson, Chris Harris, John Simpson (wk), Glenn Querl, Chaminda Vaas, Hamid Hassan.
The pair put on 145 for the third wicket, with Walters impressing with an 84-ball innings until he found Querl's hands off the bowling of Thornely.
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Maharoof cracked four fours and a straight six off the medium pace of Glen Querl to boost Lancashire.
The Ahmedabad team is filled with big names, including Shahzaib Hasan, Yasir Hameed and Aizaz Cheema, who have all played for Pakistan; the former West Indies allrounder Ryan Hinds; two Zimbabweans in Charles Coventry - who held the record for the highest individual score in ODIs not that long ago - and Glenn Querl; Afghanistan's Gulbadin Naib; and the UAE batsman Shaiman Anwar.
Glenn Querl starred with ball and bat as the Unicorns pulled off their first win of the season, beating Kent by four wickets with an over to spare at Canterbury.
Chris Woakes did the damage with an opening burst of four for two in five overs and then at 45 for seven it looked 'game over.' Glen Querl (44, 27 balls) and No.11 Paul Hindmarch (50, 49 in a tenth-wicket stand of 73) lifted the Unicorns to 185 and, considering the Bears' frail batting in the previous two games, their supporters were taking nothing for granted.