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Carew

Thomas. ?1595--?1639, English Cavalier poet
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Carew had calculated they could lose the match but still claim the championship if they denied their opponents any batting or bowling bonus points.
Coughlan had won the 11-and-under title and was giving away a lot in height and strength to Carew, who has been the top player in his Canadian age group for several years.
Sung to the tune of Que Sera Sera, it went: "John Carew, Carew.
The Potters' season may effectively have ended with their FA Cup Final defeat, but Carew still has plenty to play for as he aims to persuade Tony Pulis to keep him.
Carew scored one and was convinced he had another as the Potters came from behind to snatch victory in the third minute of added time.
Houllier and Carew were involved in a public spat before and after the weekend clash with Fulham at Craven Cottage.
Carew accused Houllier in an interview in his native country of being disrespectful after being challenged to prove he deserved a new contract.
THE fight for the title took a twist when Cresselly climbed above Carew and into top place in the table following a six-wicket win at Neyland in Division One of the Antur Insurance Pembrokeshire County League.
The programme of events begins tomorrow with Birds, Bugs and Beach Games, which takes place from 10am to noon in the North Gare (Blue Lagoon) car park, off the Tees road A178, south of Seaton Carew.
Aston Villa favourite Carew, 30, has just 15 months left on his deal and been warned his future will stay on the back burner until the summer.
ASTON Villa remain on course for a second Wembley final after hat-trick hero John Carew inspired a second-half fightback against Reading in yesterday's FA Cup quarter-final at the Madejski Stadium.
Rod Carew and Major League Baseball All-Star Games are forever inextricably linked.