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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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Cowdrey, however, was blown away, like most others, in a tornado of 100mph fast bowling.
He practiced civil litigation and appellate law at firms in Los Angeles and Santa Barbara before joining Beach Cowdrey Jenkins, where he heads the firm's law and motion department, handling critical motions, writs, and appeals.
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.
4-0-82-1; Thomas 8-0-64-2; Stevens 10-0-38-1; Tredwell 9-0-55-0; Cowdrey 4-0-26-0.
He also said that Cowdrey had been "deeply involved in drugs and ancillary offences because of his drug addiction and his inherent inability to resist the demands of others.
Cowdrey, a running back and safety, scored three touchdowns and surpassed the 1,000-yard rushing mark for the season.
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.
Four balls later, Haggett had Collingwood held by Key at short mid-on and Gordon Muchall soon followed when his lofted cover drive sailed to Cowdrey.
London: Ian Botham will deliver the 2014 Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) Spirit of Cricket Cowdrey Lecture at Lord's on September 3, it was announced Friday.
Ann Marie and Calvin Cowdrey of Harrisburg; Steven Skarda and Lori Smyth of Corvallis; Thomas Skarda of Arroyo Grande, Calif.
Just days short of his 42nd birthday, former England skipper Colin Cowdrey was more than three years into Colin Cowdrey
London, Aug 4 ( ANI ): England batting star Kevin Pietersen has overtaken England legends Wally Hammond, Geoffrey Boycott and Colin Cowdrey in the list of most Test hundreds by an Englishman with 23 tons.