Wilson, Lewis

Wilson, (Lewis Robert) “Hack”

(1900–48) baseball player; born in Elwood City, Pa. During his 12-year career as an outfielder (1923–34), mostly with the Chicago Cubs, he hit 56 home runs and batted in the major league record 190 runs in 1930. Small for a slugger (5'6"), he led his league in home runs four times. He was elected to baseball's Hall of Fame in 1979.
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Keith Fenton had most of his six fish on a bloodworm nymph, while Martin Wilson, Lewis Sawkins and Phil Rowe all returned five.
A hat-trick from Ryan Wedderburn plus further strikes from Myles Wilson, Lewis Rutherford and James Wilson gave the Berwick side the victory with Richard Brown (2), Danny Donohoe and Lee Hume scoring for Shilbottle.
An own goal after only seven minutes opened the floodgates, and further goals coming from Andrew Minter, Dean Wilson, Lewis Minter and a brace from Lewis Reeve to give them a 6-1 victory, with Neil McGuire hitting a late consolation.
Bulkington (from): Jason Ryan (captain), Neil Simmerson, Craig Noon, Manbir Johal, Adrian Hall, Warrick Laverick, Eddie Wilson, Lewis Gibbs, Darren Carvell, Chris Nicholds.
Above (l-r): Gordon Wilson, Lewis Wood, Barry O'Neill and Mark Christie, all of Carbon Financial Partners, at the recent Bill McLaren Foundation Voice of Rugby Dinner which was held at Prestonfield House, Edinburgh.
The Cardinal Heenan Squad includes: Michael Hall, Kane Steel, Sean Wilson, Lewis Reilly (Capt), Kevin Cringle, Jack Bennett, Tom Grivosti, Callum Lucy, Shernick Grove, Luke Carroll-Burgess, Daniel Kyffin, Joe Wright, Miko Virtanen, Louis Gouthwaite-Schumacher,Jordan Lait, Craig Wilson, Steven Naisby, Peter Moore.
Shane Geraghty, David Barnes, David Wilson, Lewis Moody and Steve Thompson are also promoted to the 32-man squad.
Che Wilson, Lewis Hunt and Richie Foran are long-term injury victims and will not feature again this season.
Jared Wilson, Lewis Green and Darren Campion, members of Blues FA Youth Cup quarter-final side, have been offered their first professional contracts.
They beat Keighley 24-8 with a hat trick from Andy Cuthill and one each from Jack Wilson, Lewis Churm and Coby Ettienne.
Division Two action saw Penny Lane (Paul O'Hare (3), Ged McEvoy, Ian Wilson, Lewis Johnson and Seb Langley) thump Windmill 7-0 to stay in pole position on goal difference.
It was desperate bad fortune on the resilient visitors who had seemed destined for at least a point - Irishman Ingham making a string of fine stops from Kelvin Wilson, Lewis McMahan (twice) and Andy White either side of the break.