Chappell


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Chappell

Greg(ory Stephen). born 1948, Australian cricketer: first Australian to score over 7000 test runs
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Mr Chappell denied inflicting grievous bodily harm when he gave evidence in his own defence saying he may have inadvertently made contact with Mr Lewis during a confrontation between the two but did not intend to hurt him.
The painting depicts Chappell at the MCG during his captain's innings of 114 versus England in February 1980, Australia won that Test".
Chappell, 52, bought the chain for PS1 from Sir Philip Green in 2015.
Chappell, of Dorset, was re-sentenced at Hove Crown Court yesterday after losing an appeal against his conviction earlier this year.
Organised by The Chappell Foundation (TCF), the event will be called 'Sports Stars Sleepout' and aim to raise funds for the cause.
Chappell, director of Retail Acquisitions, which bought BHS for PS1 from billionaire Sir Philip Green in 2015, was prosecuted by the Pensions Regulator.
Chappell earned a place on a United States team for the first time last season, contributing to their 19-11 crushing of the Internationals in New Jersey, and the resulting confidence boost may be the reason for a much faster than usual start to a new year.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has confirmed it served a so-called determination notice on Mr Chappell last month, formally notifying him that it is seeking money owed - expected to be in the region of PS10 million.
Chappell was an 'important member' of a group which launched thousands of DDoS (distributed denial of service) attacks.
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Four tries were scored in the first half by Underbank through left wing Courtney Allette, front rower Luke Roberts and a brace from Nathan Chappell, plus five Chappell goals.
FORMER BHS owner Dominic Chappell's family business has been placed into liquidation, paving the way for administrators to seek PS6 million owed to the collapsed retailer.