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Cowdrey

(Michael) Colin, Baron. 1932--2000, English cricketer. He played for Kent and in 114 Test matches (captaining England 27 times)
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But Cowdrey, 50, said: "When there is big money at stake in a Twenty20 game, like the Stanford challenge, how far will the players go to become instant millionaires?
Mr Cowdrey is thought to have been using a road roller to flatten tarmac in Meadow Rise, Brynna, when the accident happened.
With English cricket in turmoil, the selectors turned to the middle son of Colin Cowdrey, hoping to recapture the glories of days gone by.
They heard guest speakers Cliff Morgan, Chris Cowdrey and Ian Robertson.
And now the deeds of Rhodes, May and Cowdrey, Trueman, Botham and Gough at Warwickshire's ground can be instantly recalled.
Spread exchange Spreadfair has been running Ashes mar-kets since February, and according to spokesman Graham Cowdrey, their series index has gone up and down with every good and bad performance but is now roughly where it was when the put the market up.
Tremlett could follow the likes of Ryan Sidebottom, Mark Butcher, Alec Stewart and Chris Cowdrey whose fathers all played for England - into the Test arena against Australia this summer.
Mark Butcher, Chris Cowdrey, John Edrich, Tom Graveney, Donald Carr and Ken Cranston all did the job once, and none came out a winner.
Graham Cowdrey, head of PR for Cantor Spreadfair, says thanks CANTOR SPREADFAIR were privileged to be a sponsor at Fontwell Park's ABBA night on Friday, April 29.
Former Prime Minister John Major yesterday paid tribute to cricket legend Lord Cowdrey of Tonbridge at a thanksgiving service.
Cantor spokesman Graham Cowdrey said: ``We're delighted to have an agreement in place with the BHB for us to proceed with the horseracing side of the business.
When Chris Cowdrey heard the name in the TalkSport commentary box, he immediately remembered backing it three weeks earlier on the strong recommendation of part-owner Andy Lloyd, the former Warwickshire captain.