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Carew

Thomas. ?1595--?1639, English Cavalier poet
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Carew, 41, was described as "trusted" and "highly involved" in an illicit crime cartel.
Carew had calculated they could lose the match but still claim the championship if they denied their opponents any batting or bowling bonus points.
Carew (below), whose day job involves working with people with disabilities in Dublin, fancied a few old favourites at Deauville, Goodwood and the Curragh and could not split Kerry or Mayo in the All-Ireland Football Championship semi-final on Sunday afternoon so placed the two bets with those results in mind with Boylesports.
Sung to the tune of Que Sera Sera, it went: "John Carew, Carew.
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.
ASTON VILLA boss Gerard Houllier will hold talks with striker John Carew today after being on the receiving end of a weekend outburst from the Norway international.
West Wales round-up 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.
BIRMINGHAM will monitor John Carew's summer contract talks and be ready with a bid if they collapse.
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.
ASTON Villa boss Martin O'Neill saluted match-winner John Carew despite his controversial goal celebration against Stoke City.