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Terence Bowes

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Role  Cricketer
Name  Terence Bowes
1971-1974  Rhodesia

Full name  Terence Russell Crosby Bowes
Born  17 August 1951 (age 64) (1951-08-17) Bulawayo, Southern Rhodesia

Batting style  Right-handed batsman
Bowling style  Right-arm fast-medium

Terence "Terry" Bowes (born 17 August 1951) is a former Rhodesian sportsman who represented his country in both cricket and rugby union during the 1970s.

Bowes, a flyhalf, was first capped for Rhodesia in 1970. A former Hamilton High School student, he played at club level for Old Miltonians. Off the field he worked for a Bulawayo steel company.

As a right-arm fast-medium bowler, Bowes was a good enough cricketer to appear in four first-class cricket matches for Rhodesia. Three of those were in the 1971/72 Currie Cup season and the other in 1974/75. His best performances came on debut, against Eastern Province, when he took 3-38 in the first innings, including the wickets of both openers.

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