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Fulke , 1st Baron Brooke. 1554--1628, English poet, writer, politician, and diplomat: Chancellor of the Exchequer (1614--22); author of The Life of the Renowned Sir Philip Sidney (1652)
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Greville clinched the points with wins of 21-11 by Albert Billingsley and 21-12 from Jamie Broadhead but there were late efforts from the home side's debut boys, Frank Leek 21-12 and Gary Marsh 21-16.
Why does he say so little of Greville and so much about Drummond?
Westmeath 2-21 Down 1-18 WESTMEATH are into the Christy Ring semi-finals thanks to the inspired move of Paul Greville from full-back to full-forward for the second half against Down in Navan on Saturday.
I WAS very saddened to hear my old pal Greville Starkey had passed away.
The ghost of murdered Elizabethan poet, dramatist and statesman Sir Fulke Greville is said to haunt Watergate Tower and the spirit of a little girl is rumoured to wander the undercroft.
Jamie was awarded an engraved iPod by managing director of HROC Design, Greville Kartz.
Fulke Greville, writing his Life of Sidney a generation later from his own memories and presumably his notes described this last conception:
Curran then became the star (21-1) when Greville beat Copeswood from Coventry by 41.
The Greville players are continuing to make their presence felt in the Burton Winter League.
But just as extra-time seemed inevitable Westmeath bravely worked the ball forward into the howling wind, drew the free and watched Greville clip it over for the win.
Police say there was a "disturbance" involving a number of people on the corner of Emscote Road and Greville Road in Warwick at about 8.
Both debutants, Alan Gaughan and Paul Greville, are in attack.