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By LEARIE CONSTANTINE

... By LEARIE CONSTANTINE to), was a serious blow to the Tourists. !'row then on, until the last pair met at tho wickets, it was not difficult to that a draw suited them admirably. The policy which changed Cameron's wonderful attacking qualities into purely ...

Published: Sunday 21 July 1935
Newspaper: Reynolds's Newspaper
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 126 | Page: 23 | Tags: none

LEARIE CONSTANTINE

... LEARIE CONSTANTINE Learie N. Constantine. the West Indies cricketer. who Is at present professional to the Windhill (Bradford League) club Is to retire from the game at the end of the Beason. Rival boxing promoters, Mike Jacobs and the Tournament of ...

Published: Thursday 29 July 1948
Newspaper: Leicester Evening Mail
County: Leicestershire, England
Type: | Words: 86 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

Learie Constantine

... Learie Constantine Learie Constantine, West Indian Test cricketer, author, broadcaster, and welfare worker. is to take up a new career at 50. Constantine. who is now visiting friends at Stocktonon-Tees. County Durham. learned yesterday that ...

Published: Saturday 30 October 1954
Newspaper: Edinburgh Evening News
County: Midlothian, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 57 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

(By Learie Constantine)

... (By Learie Constantine) beat Middlesex by an LL gie . of 469 for five was thus fully tified. The bowling honours shared by Mankad, Hazare Banerjee. cK is,, R ii 9- 10l U if Ags and 263 runs. Caught a wet wicket, the county were ttled out for 124 in the ...

By LEARIE CONSTANTINE

... By LEARIE CONSTANTINE for 86, Crompton being easily defeated. Rochdale lost at Middleton, where there was some strange cricket. E. Hay 78 and Preston 46 put on 102 for the first wicket, but the whole side was eventually out for 157. Rochdalo in their ...

Published: Sunday 11 August 1935
Newspaper: Reynolds's Newspaper
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 228 | Page: 23 | Tags: none

By LEARIE CONSTANTINE

... By LEARIE CONSTANTINE been Invited to tour ' Australia with the England team, and Jardlne asked them and Arthur Carr to have meal with him and to discuss tho plans attack in the coming campaign. At that time, bowling fast for catches with six or seven ...

Published: Sunday 24 June 1945
Newspaper: The People
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 221 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

By Learie Constantine

... By Learie Constantine try's cricket but for its capacity to revive and play tvprical West Indies Cricket—blazing the scores, scorching the bowling and with fieldsmen scurring here and there to save runs, recalling Francis Thompson's beautiful and enchanting ...

by .. . LEARIE CONSTANTINE

... by .. . LEARIE CONSTANTINE people, and (as I believe) its happy future. I am going home because I want to take some part, however little, in shaping that future. I HAVE a house and a few acres in Trinidad; my wife has gone over to get it ready; my daughter ...

Published: Saturday 27 November 1954
Newspaper: Daily Mirror
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 337 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

LEARIE CONSTANTINE

... LEARIE CONSTANTINE Answers Your Questions wicket, and that treasure treasures, a butterfly-stained willow of perfect weight and balance. It hard say which wa best innings, for it Is so true that the onlooker sees most of the game. But I know the one I ...

Published: Sunday 02 September 1945
Newspaper: The People
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 575 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

By LEARIE CONSTANTINE

... By LEARIE CONSTANTINE cricketers, including myself, that 'rest cricket of to-day is not a game, but a battle from beginning to end. In that r'espect Mitchell's innings will live, not for its brilliance, for it was anything but that, but for its determination ...

Published: Sunday 04 August 1935
Newspaper: Reynolds's Newspaper
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 89 | Page: 23 | Tags: none

By LEARIE CONSTANTINE

... By LEARIE CONSTANTINE even if ’•ough-tongued Their Jeers exasperated their own men into losing their wickets just as often as it happened to us. To return Don. gave him some lovely bait balls, and ho looked at them, and then he began to smack at them- ...

Published: Sunday 08 July 1945
Newspaper: The People
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 624 | Page: 6 | Tags: none