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Cardus

Sir Neville. 1889--1975, British music critic and cricket writer
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The affection and admiration he inspired in and outside the game of cricket is best evidenced by two men who recognised that cricket is only a part of life, Neville Cardus and John Arlott.
But the great cricket writer Neville Cardus provided the answer to those who argued he squandered his talents when he wrote:
Two goals apiece for Joel Adey and Callum Smith added to a Tom Cardus effort put Ashville Colts in to round three of the Cheshire U17 Youth Cup as they beat Manor Club 5-3 after extra-time as Cammell Laird Youth went out 2-0 to AC Hoylake JFC (Tom Jones, Ste Housley) in the Wirral Youth U18 Cup.
Beej Turnbull struck the post for Middleton, allowing Taylor Cardus to prod home the rebound for 5-2.
In 1937 when the MCC celebrated its 150th anniversary, Neville Cardus praised the antiquity of Lord's.
In the Cheshire Sunday Youth Cup second round, Ashville Colts hit Runcorn Panthers for six without reply, Joel Campbell hitting a hat-trick with singles from Tom Cardus, Bradley Farrington and Callum Smith.
Richard then turned provider, setting up team-mate Taylor Cardus to tap home for 5-0.
Perhaps these reproduced words of Neville Cardus, prior to the the 1956 Australian tour of England, reveal a great deal about the thoughts and minds of selectors who, all too often lack the patience they seek in their players.
In the second half, Middleton took the game to Brompton and equalised after a powerful Craig Abbott shot was parried to Taylor Cardus, who slotted home for 1-1.
A James Anderson through ball fell to Taylor Cardus who powerfully shot home to take a 2-1 lead into the break.
Ryan Maloney and Roy Cardus are among those looking to stake a claim, particularly with Nathan Mapletoft and Alan Richardson having switched to West Cheshire League side St Werburghs.