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Trinidad and Tobago

targets. Would *ANY* admin please take notice? This is the 2nd consecutive day of vandalism. --Ragib (User:Ragib) 6 July 2005 22:28 (UTC) ::I am looking - as vandals go this really isn't "severe". I warned them again - if they vandalise another article I will block them. Guettarda (User:Guettarda) 6 July 2005 22:36 (UTC) Outside the Tests, O'Neill performed strongly in three matches against regional teams, scoring centuries in each of them. He scored 125, 125, and 101 in his only


Wales

magazine ''Crossbow.'' Smith was educated at Stamford School and St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, where he read geography. He was President of Vincent's Club (List of Presidents of Vincent's Club) in 1956. While at university in 1951-55 he played in the summer for Leicestershire County Cricket Club, the county of his birth. Smith came to prominence playing for Oxford University (Oxford University Cricket Club), scoring centuries in three consecutive Varsity matches against Cambridge


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