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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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"Chris Cowdrey was excellent again as host and Ian Irving was a lot of fun.
The Death of Hook, the music theatre piece composed by Peter Cowdrey to the words of librettist Hamish Robinson was integrated into the wider programme - the French connection - through Kate's realisation of the links from JM Barrie to Debussy, nursery rhymes, fairies and Pierrot.
Cowdrey, however, was blown away, like most others, in a tornado of 100mph fast bowling.
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It's difficult to imagine how it feels to face such a lightning-fast ball careering its way like a missile towards your head, especially in the pre-protective helmet era, yet, as Murtagh points out, Colin Cowdrey, a man with 114 Test caps, more than 7,000 Test runs and 100 first-class centuries to his credit "knew how to survive and flourish against the very fastest."
Cowdrey had Trego, for 57, Ryan Davies and Jamie Overton all caught in the deep while Coles accounted for Michael Leask to a catch.
Bowling: Coles 9-2-53-3; Claydon 9.4-0-82-1; Thomas 8-0-64-2; Stevens 10-0-38-1; Tredwell 9-0-55-0; Cowdrey 4-0-26-0.
John Cowdrey, who admitted his involvement in the offences, was jailed for five years six months by a judge who said he was satisfied he had been deeply involved.
Cowdrey, a running back and safety, scored three touchdowns and surpassed the 1,000-yard rushing mark for the season.
Herries, widow of former England cricket captain Lord Cowdrey, who died in 2000, 15 years after their wedding, enjoyed her first Group 1 winner with Sheriff's Star, but almost did not train the horse.
"It meant to me that I'd have the chance to get the ball more and do more to help my team win,'' said Cowdrey, who has started on both sides of the ball since he was a 145-pound sophomore.
Fabian Cowdrey's bright stay for 28 ended when his attempted paddle skied to the wicketkeeper, leaving Sam Billings to press the run-rate accelerator with a brisk 48-ball half-century which included five fours and a six.