Dixie Hollins High School Class Of 1983 Yearbook

The annual included a biography of the selections. Until 1981 a player was only chosen once (like the Wisden Cricketers of the Year ) but in that year Viv Richards was chosen for the second time and from 1983 the selection was made solely on merit.

Kennett has several departments, including English, Mathematics, Foreign Languages, Science, and Arts. The school also has a Career-Tech department, which includes several shops and classrooms fitted with technology.

This division provides electric wire and cable products that underpin stable energy supply. They include copper wire rods from which various types of electric wires and cables are made, power cables that are indispensable for the supply of high-voltage electricity, and trolley wires for railways.

Robert Gwynn. Robert Malcolm Gwynn (26 April 1877 in Ramelton, County Donegal, Ireland – 25 June 1962 in Dublin) was an Irish cricketer. A right-handed batsman and right-arm slow bowler, he played once for the Ireland cricket team in 1901 and also played four first-class matches for Dublin University in 1895.

On 26 November 1914, he was promoted a temporary captain in the 5th Battalion the KOSB. He married Margaret Lindsay, daughter of Sir Alexander Jardine, 8th Baronet, and in 1924 succeeded to his father’s title and was known as Sir Douglas Dixie, 12th Baronet.

The Statistical Yearbook published in 1983 by the Babrak Karmal government claimed a total population of 15.96 million for 1981–82. Some suggest that between 600,000 and 2 million Afghans were killed during the various 1979–2001 wars, majority of them during the Soviet war in the 1980s.

Frank Hollins. Frank Hubert Hollins (31 October 1877 – 31 January 1963) was an English cricketer active from 1898 to 1927 who played for Lancashire. He was born in Bowness-on-Windermere and died in Paddington.