Sowter


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Sow´ter


n.1.See Souter.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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In reply, Sussex too lost a couple of early wickets but handy contributions from thereon ensured that they didn't face much trouble in overhauling the relatively low target, despite Nathan Sowter's triple burst.
Billy Root played with urgency from the outset, with an array of attacking strokes against leg-spinner Nathan Sowter, but he was undone on the drive, as he found Steven Finn at mid- off.
Middlesex have threatening spinners in Mujeeb Ur Rahman and Nathan Sowter, and Simpson pulled off two stumpings in the Blast last season.
With five fours in his 22, Hogan was caught on the long-off boundary by George Scott, off the bowling of Nathan Sowter, leaving De Lange undefeated on 45 off 28 balls, that included five fours and three sixes.
CHATSWORTH HOUSE, Bakewell, Derbyshire There are a few cascades and waterfalls at Chatsworth, including the Trought Waterfall, Sowter Stone Waterfall and The Aquaduct.
Nathan Sowter made the breakthrough, bowling Croft as he attempted an ugly slog over cow corner, but that success apart the competition's leading wicket-taker in the group stages was strangely subdued.
Middlesex made an early breakthrough when David Lloyd, having hit Toby Roland-Jones for two boundaries, attempted another and was caught by Nathan Sowter at backward point.
Leg-spinner Nathan Sowter picked up three for 50 as Somerset were bowled out for 246 and leave them on four wins alongside Middlesex and Sussex.
Just five balls in the Ireland international had Phil Salt brilliantly caught on the deepsquare leg boundary by Nathan Sowter without a run on the board.
They are Nicole Axon, Fatima Baig, Florence Banister, Benjamin Blatch-Hanlon, Jonathon Booth, Isabelle Cernis, Rebecca Coates, Alex Howarth, Anna Jackson-Smith, Kerry McFarlane, Lucy Melville, Patrick Sowter, Claire Turner and Vanessa Saleh.
Funding for the publication came from the legacies of the late Margaret Sowter (1918-2016) and farmer Willie More from Mains of Boquhan, who died in 2010.