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Spencer Allen

Last mentioned in Halifax : Canada
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Spencer Allen's Biography

Spencer Allen (born 20 December 1893 – 9 October 1978) was an English amateur first-class cricketer, who played only one game for Yorkshire County Cricket Club in 1924. With the bat he scored 8 runs at an average of 4.00, with a highest score of 6. With the ball he took two wickets for 116.

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  • Hartley, Ing Named All-South

      News Source: The Benton Evening News | 2 years ago
    Dylan Hartley and Drew Ing capped their senior track seasons by advancing to the state track meet in Charleston and being named to the Southern Illinois Coaches Association All-South team...All-South team featured state champion Dan Farmer of
  • PREP T&F: Locals will represent at state meet

      News Source: The Daily Register | 2 years ago
    Charleston will be well represented by Harrisburg and Eldorado following last week's Sectionals.   Harrisburg finished fourth out of 15 teams with a team total of 48.5...Charleston will be well represented by Harrisburg and Eldorado following last
  • Legendary Pebble caddie 'The Foot' dies

      News Source: The Herald | over 2 years ago
    Herald Correspondent He's gone now, but the legend of 'The Foot' lives on in the caddie barn at Pebble Beach Golf Links. Ray Mednis, who died recently at the age of 74, first came to Pebble Beach in 1973, when he got a job as a cart man. But it was a

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