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Don Mosey      

Full name Donald Mosey

Born October 4, 1924, Keighley, Yorkshire

Died August 11, 1999, Morecambe, Lancashire (aged 74 years 311 days)

Nickname The Alderman

Education Keighley Boys' Grammar School

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Don Mosey provided the unequivocal voice of bluff Northern realism on the BBC's long-running and much-loved radio cricket commentary programme, Test Match Special - as an anchor of commonsense to the flights of fancy indulged in by his colleagues.

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Durham v Yorkshire at Chester-le-Street - Jun 28-Jul 1
Yorkshire won by an innings and 47 runs
Middlesex v Hampshire at Lord's - Jun 28-Jul 1
Middlesex won by 9 wickets
Warwickshire v Sussex at Birmingham - Jun 28-Jul 1
Match drawn
Lancashire v Northants at Manchester - Jun 29-Jul 2
Northants 438 & 283/9d Lancashire 308 & 19/0 (6 ov, target 414)
Notts v Worcs at Nottingham - Jun 29-Jul 2
Notts 240 & 366 Worcs 283 & 13/0 (5 ov, target 324)
Varsity Match: Cambridge U v Oxford Uni at Cambridge - Jun 30-Jul 3
Oxford Uni 156 & 160/1 (37 ov) Cambridge U 346
Essex v Australians at Chelmsford - Jul 1-4
Australians 440/6 (89.4 ov)
South Group: Surrey v Gloucs at The Oval - Jul 1
Gloucs 154/5 Surrey 57/2 (6.4/20 ov)
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