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Cec Cooper
Cecil Wilfred Cooper (1925–1981) was a professional rugby league footballer and coach of the 1950s. A New South Wales representative centre, he captained and later coached the Canterbury-Bankstown club of the New South Wales Rugby Football League.[1] He is the brother of Australian international Lionel Cooper and fellow Canterbury-Bankstown player Reg Cooper. In 1953, when captain of his club, Cec Cooper suffered a fractured spine.[2] References[edit]^ Cec Cooper at thebulldogs.com.au ^ " Cec Cooper has fractured spine". The Sydney Morning Herald. Australia. 1953-04-09. p. 7. Retrieved 2010-09-07. This Australian rugby league football biography is a stub
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Cecil Cooper (bishop)
Alfred Cecil Cooper was the fourth Bishop in Korea
Bishop in Korea
from 1931[1] until 1954.[2] Born in 1882[3] and educated at Bradfield College
Bradfield College
and Christ's College, Cambridge,[4] he was ordained in 1907. After a curacy at St Oswald's, West Hartlepool[5] he spent the rest of his active ministry in Korea.[6] Bishop during a turbulent period in the country’s history, the most dramatic event of his episcopate was the forced march to the very top of the country during the Korean war.[7] During his capture, 1951–1953, his assistant bishop, Arthur Chadwell, was acting bishop diocesan. Retiring in 1954, he died a decade later on 17 December 1964.[8] References[edit]^ The Times, Saturday, Aug 01, 1931; pg. 14; Issue 45890; col E New Bishop Of Korea ^ The Times, Monday, Mar 14, 1955; pg
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Rugby League
7 September 1895, Yorkshire
Yorkshire
Northern England. (Post schism)Registered players 600,000 (Total)Clubs 5,000CharacteristicsContact Full contactTeam members ThirteenMixed gender SingleType Team sport, OutdoorEquipment Rugby League ballVenue Rugby league
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New South Wales Rugby League Team
The New South Wales
New South Wales
rugby league team has represented the Australian state of New South Wales
New South Wales
in rugby league football since the sport's beginnings there in 1907. Also known as the Blues due to their sky blue jerseys, the team competes in the annual State of Origin series against neighbouring team, the Queensland rugby league team. This annual event is a series of three games competing for the State of Origin shield. As of 2018, the team is coached by Brad Fittler
Brad Fittler
and captained by Boyd Cordner. Prior to 1980 when the "state-of-origin" selection criteria were introduced, the New South Wales
New South Wales
team, in addition to playing annually against Queensland, played matches against foreign touring sides and occasionally toured overseas themselves
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New South Wales Rugby Football League
Football
Football
is a family of team sports that involve, to varying degrees, kicking a ball with a foot to score a goal. Unqualified, the word football is understood to refer to whichever form of football is the most popular in the regional context in which the word appears. Sports commonly called football in certain places include: association football (known as soccer in some countries); gridiron football (specifically American football
American football
or Canadian football); Australian rules football; rugby football (either rugby league or rugby union); and Gaelic football.[1][2] These different variations of football are known as football codes. Various forms of football can be identified in history, often as popular peasant games
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The Sydney Morning Herald
The Sydney
Sydney
Morning Herald (SMH) is a daily compact newspaper published by Fairfax Media
Fairfax Media
in Sydney, Australia. Founded in 1831 as the Sydney Herald, the SMH is the oldest continuously published newspaper in Australia and a national online news brand.[1] The newspaper is published six days a week. It is available nationally except in the Northern Territory
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992 album by Vesta Williams "Special" (Garb
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Cecil Cooper
Cecil Celester Cooper (born December 20, 1949), nicknamed "Coop", is a former first baseman in Major League Baseball
Major League Baseball
and the former manager of the Houston Astros.[1] From 1971 through 1987, Cooper played for the Boston Red Sox
Boston Red Sox
(1971–76) and Milwaukee Brewers
Milwaukee Brewers
(1977–87). He batted and threw left-handed, and attended Prairie View A&M University in Prairie View, Texas.Contents1 Playing career 2 Managerial record 3 See also 4 References 5 External linksPlaying career[edit] In a 17-season career, Cooper posted a .298 batting average with 241 home runs and 1125 runs batted in in 1896 games. He was No. 17 with the Boston Red Sox, and No. 15 with the Milwaukee Brewers. Cooper was selected by the Boston Red Sox
Boston Red Sox
in the 1968 draft and made his Major League debut with the Red Sox in 1972
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Lionel Cooper (rugby League)
Lionel William Cooper (1923–1987) was an Australian professional rugby league footballer of the 1940s and 1950s.[2] A state and international representative winger, he played in Sydney for the Eastern Suburbs club and in England for Huddersfield.Contents1 Australian career 2 British career 3 Family 4 References4.1 Bibliography 4.2 Footnotes5 External linksAustralian career[edit] After being spotted playing Australian Rules Football in a services team in Darwin by Ray Stehr in 1941, Cooper joined the Eastern Suburbs club. Stehr invited Cooper to trial with the Roosters following World War II. A powerful winger, Cooper played in just 6 matches before gaining selection for New South Wales. Later that year Cooper was a member of Eastern Suburbs' 8th premiership-winning team. In 1946 Cooper represented Sydney, New South Wales and Australia; he played in all three tests against the Great Britain Lions that year at home
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Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs
The Canterbury-Bankstown
Canterbury-Bankstown
Bulldogs are an Australian professional rugby league football club based in Belmore, a suburb in the Canterbury-Bankstown
Canterbury-Bankstown
region of Sydney. They compete in the National Rugby League (NRL) premiership, as well as New South Wales
New South Wales
Rugby League junior competitions. The club was admitted to the New South Wales
New South Wales
Rugby Football League premiership, predecessor of the current NRL competition, in 1935
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Cec Cooper
Cecil Wilfred Cooper (1925–1981) was a professional rugby league footballer and coach of the 1950s. A New South Wales representative centre, he captained and later coached the Canterbury-Bankstown club of the New South Wales Rugby Football League.[1] He is the brother of Australian international Lionel Cooper and fellow Canterbury-Bankstown player Reg Cooper. In 1953, when captain of his club, Cec Cooper suffered a fractured spine.[2] References[edit]^ Cec Cooper at thebulldogs.com.au ^ " Cec Cooper has fractured spine". The Sydney Morning Herald. Australia. 1953-04-09. p. 7. Retrieved 2010-09-07. This Australian rugby league football biography is a stub
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