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Andrew Stuart Colquhoun

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Andrew in Aberdeen   |    Young MCC team, 2005   |    AC's profile, Lords site  |    Batting saves the match   |    Debut at the Lord's ground   |    Movie of AC bowling   |   
Young MCC in Bangladesh   |    Young MCC at Esher   |    AC Local paper report   |    Herts debut at Long Marston   |   
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Andrew in Aberdeen

On the way home at the end of first term, 13 December 2007

Train has wireless connection and video Skype shows train pulling out of Aberdeen station at 09.52

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After three years at Lords (and a year at a crammer) Andrew went to Aberdeen University in September 2007.

Click here for some pictures in Aberdeen,October 2007

King's College Quadrangle

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 MCC Young Cricketers, 2005
Young MCC team 2005
 Ian Young   Nadif Chowdury  Kevin O'Brien  Andrew Colquhoun   Simon Roberts   Mohammed Ullah   Kyle Hodnett
Gary Wilson   Sean O'Brien   Jonathan Hughes   William Gidman

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Andrew's batting saves the day

Andrew is a fast bowler, but this time his batting saved the match.
(Watford Observer, 24th June 2005)

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First game at Lord's Cricket Ground: MCC Young Cricketers versus MCC.

4 May 2005. Debut on the hallowed turf. Young MCC won, by 213 to 180.

Andrew's (on right) wicket came early.

Campbell, caught Hughes, bowled Colquhoun,
for 5 runs

Summary at the fall of the first wicket.

The famous Lord's pavilion (DC not allowed in -no tie!)

View from the pavilion: the media centre.

Andrew's energetic bowling

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To download an mpg move (5.4 megabytes) of Andrew bowling in Young MCC versus Esher (16th April 2005), click here. The Young MCC team won by 10 wickets.

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MCC Young Cricketers 8-a-side in Bangladesh, February 2005

Report in Prothom Alo

(Bengali newspaper, Dhaka, Bangladesh, February, 2005)

Yesterday in the cricket carnival there were six matches in Dhaka. Nineteen cricketers took part of whom one, above, is an MCC Young Cricketer.

Bangladesh Sports Institute, Dhaka

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MCC Young Cricketers vs Esher (17 April 2004) (age 19)

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Andrew's write up in local paper just before leaving for Australia

page 14

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County debut for Hertfordshire, August 2003 (see below)

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Andrew (4th from right) gets middle stump (last ball of County match, below)

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Watford Observer, 31 October 2003

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Andrew Colquhoun (age 15) in action

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