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Weekes and who
Among those who were detained there were Oilfields Workers ' Trade Union president George Weekes, National Joint Action Committee leader Geddes Granger, Apoesho Mutope, Winston Suite and Clive Nunez.
Weekes was one of the " Three Ws ", along with Clyde Walcott and Frank Worrell, noted as outstanding batsmen from Barbados who all made their Test debut in 1948 against England.
Described by The Times as lightly bow-legged, with a wonderful eye, wrists the envy of any batsman, and feet always the right place to play a shot, Richie Benaud stated that many Australians who saw Weekes in action said he was the closest batsman in style to the pre-World War II Donald Bradman.
Weekes had a Test batting average of nearly 97. 92 in innings immediately after those in which he scored a hundred, the second highest ( after Vijay Hazare ) for those who had scored five Test centuries.
He took only one wicket but brilliantly ran out Everton Weekes who had scored hundreds in his five previous innings, and had reached 90 here.
Chowdhury sent the throw to wicket keeper Probir Sen who ran Weekes out.

Weekes and had
He was omitted from team for both the Second and Third Test but then recalled for the Fourth Test at Queen's Park Oval which was drawn ; Trueman again struggled and had a return of 1 – 131 in the first innings as West Indies amassed 681 – 8 declared, all of the famous " Three Ws " scoring centuries: Everton Weekes 206, Frank Worrell 167 and Clyde Walcott 124.
Shortly afterwards, Company Sergeant Major Weekes reported that both platoons had pulled back to a safe distance and that all the wounded had been recovered.
Dr Claire Hazel Weekes ( 1903 – 1990 ) was an Australian general practitioner and health writer ; she also had an early career as a research scientist working in the field of comparative reproduction.
The West Indies had a strong batting line up during his prime with Frank Worrell, Clyde Walcott and Everton Weekes dominating the middle order.
By the end of the series, which also included a century against Ceylon, at that time a non-Test cricketing nation, and a half century against Pakistan in a match not classed as a Test match, Weekes had a Test batting average of 82. 46 and had passed 1, 000 Test runs in his twelfth innings, one fewer than Donald Bradman.
By the end of the series, Weekes had scored 1, 410 Test runs at 74. 21 and had enhanced his reputation as one of the finest slip fielders in world cricket, taking 11 catches in the series.
Leading cricket commentator Alan McGilvray later wrote " I remain convinced to this day the bumpers hurled at Weekes had a definite influence on charging up West Indian competitiveness in future series.
In the First Test at Sabina Park, Kingston, with Australia requiring just 20 runs in their second innings to win the Test, Weekes opened the bowling and had Arthur Morris caught by Glendon Gibbs.
The Australians were surprised at the level of racism evident throughout the West Indies at the time, and were embarrassed to find that Weekes, Worrall and Walcott had not been invited to a cocktail party at the home of a white West Indian player.
Reporting on the final day of the 1957 Lords Test where Weekes had made a rearguard 90 as the West Indies slumped to an innings defeat, The Timess cricket correspondent wrote " It had been a day to quicken one's feeling for cricket, glowing with freshness and impulse and friendliness, and it had belong to Weekes.
Weekes also had success with the ball, taking at least fifty wickets in all but one season at Bacup, including 80 wickets in 1956.
He also played up for the crowds ; batting in a match against Rawtenstall Cricket Club, Weekes waited until a ball had passed him before taking his left hand off his bat and hitting the ball around his back through square leg for four.
Weekes had a classic batting style, possessed a variety of shots on both sides of the wicket, and is considered one of the hardest hitters in cricket history.
The Islanders had obtained the fifth overall pick used to acquire Torres from the Tampa Bay Lightning, in exchange for goaltender Kevin Weekes and defensive prospect Kristian Kudra.

Weekes and with
Led by Geddes Granger, the National Joint Action Committee joined up with trade unionists led by George Weekes of the Oilfields Workers ' Trade Union and Basdeo Panday, then a young trade union lawyer and activist.
The film was written by Gillian Wadds and Produced and Directed by Rob Weekes, with Original Music by Johnny Young.
Weekes remained tough, but the offense was suspect ; center Josef Vasicek led the team with a mere 19 goals and 26 assists for 45 points.
Notable bands include Fictionist, Kid Theodore, Imagine Dragons, King Niko, Goodnight Annabelle, and The Brobecks, whose frontman Dallon Weekes now performs with Panic!
He was sent with Dave Gagner, Mike Brown, Kevin Weekes and a first-round selection in the 2000 draft ( Nathan Smith ) in exchange for Pavel Bure, Bret Hedican, Brad Ference and a third-round selection in the 2000 draft ( Robert Fried ).
Bure held out well into the 1998 – 99 season until he was traded on January 17, 1999, to the Florida Panthers, with Bret Hedican, Brad Ference, and Vancouver's third-round choice in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft ( Robert Fried ) for Ed Jovanovski, Dave Gagner, Mike Brown, Kevin Weekes, and Florida's first-round choice in the 2000 draft ( Nathan Smith ).
Eventually, she developed a self-help pack consisting of a book and cassette, with Claire Weekes guiding patients through a program.
Claire Weekes described her own battle with nervous illness in her final book where she explained how she began suffering when she was 26 years old as she was misdiagnosed with TB for which she became introverted and worried.
Gagner, along with Ed Jovanovski, Mike Brown, Kevin Weekes and Florida's 1st round choice ( Nathan Smith ) in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft were dealt to Vancouver in exchange for superstar Pavel Bure, Bret Hedican, Brad Ference and Vancouver's 3rd round choice ( Robert Fried ) 2000 NHL Entry Draft.
With this score, Pietersen moved ahead of Everton Weekes and Viv Richards to be the batsman with the second-highest run-total out of his first 25 Tests ( behind Don Bradman ).
Stephen Maharaj formed the Workers and Farmers Party ( together with Weekes, James and a young Basdeo Panday ), Simbhoonath Capildeo resigned from the DLP and joined the Liberal Party and Lionel Seukaran became an Independent.
Johnston started the series steadily with match figures of 3 / 90 in the First Test, removing vice-captain Jeff Stollmeyer and leading batsmen Frank Worrell and Everton Weekes as Australia scraped home by three wickets.
Hedican established himself in the Canucks blueline and after five seasons was later traded to the Florida Panthers by Vancouver with Pavel Bure, Brad Ference and Vancouver's 3rd round choice ( Robert Fried ) in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft for Ed Jovanovski, Dave Gagner, Mike Brown, Kevin Weekes and Florida's first round choice ( Nathan Smith ) in the 2000 Entry Draft, on January 17, 1999.
The series ended with a controversial battle between Lindwall and Weekes on the final day of the Fifth Test in Sydney.
This was coupled with a growing militancy by the Trade Union movement, led by George Weekes of the Oilfields Workers ' Trade Union, Clive Nunez of the Transport and Industrial Workers Union and Basdeo Panday, then a young trade union lawyer and activist.
Definition of Sound was a London-based dance-music group, consisting of Kevin Clark and Don Weekes, working with musicians Rex Brough ( aka The Red King ) and latterly, Mike Spencer.
In the absence of his father, Weekes and his sister were raised by his mother Lenore and an aunt, whom Weekes credits with his successful upbringing.
In his first two first-class seasons Weekes was only a moderate success with the bat, averaging 16. 62 by the end of the 1945 / 46 season but began to find form in 1946 / 47, when, batting at number four, his maiden first-class century, 126 against British Guiana at Bourda, Georgetown, and averaged 67. 57 for the season.
The 1947 / 48 season included a tour by MCC and Weekes impressed West Indian selectors with an unbeaten 118 against the tourists prior to the first Test in Bridgetown.

Weekes and Black
In the 1960s and 1970s, under the leadership of George Weekes, the union grew into a potent political force, playing a role in the Black Power movement in 1970 and playing a role in the foundation of the United Labour Front. The Oilfields Workers ' Trade Union ( OWTU ), widely recognized as the strongest and most militant trade union in Trinidad and Tobago and the Anglophone Caribbean, was born out of the General Strike which started on June 19, 1937 in the oilfields of south Trinidad.

Weekes and was
Although Weekes was not on Queen Victoria's original list of sculptors, being selected to work on the project only after John Gibson declined to participate, his group occupies the preferable south side of the finished monument.
On March 19, 2003, Irbe was recalled to the Carolina Hurricanes after goalie Kevin Weekes was placed on the IR due to season-ending hand surgery.
CSM Weekes was standing over them like a guardian, screaming at some of his men to cover the further end of the path and a small crest.
George Salmon was almost certainly born in Dublin, to Michael Salmon and Helen Weekes ( the daughter of the Reverend Edward Weekes ), but he spent his boyhood in Cork City, Ireland, where his father Micheal was a linen merchant, here he attended Hamblin and Porter's School before going to Trinity College in 1833.
It was created by Executive Producer Michael Shrimpton, producer / director Robbie Weekes and record producer and music journalist Ian " Molly " Meldrum.
He was an OHL teammate of future NHLers Kirk Maltby, Scott Walker, Kevin Weekes and Jamie Storr.
Walcott was a member of the " three W's ", the other two being Everton Weekes and Frank Worrell: all were very successful batsmen from Barbados, born within a short distance of each other in Bridgetown, Barbados in a period of 18 months from August 1924 to January 1926 ; all made their Test cricket debut against England in 1948.
Firth was a leading child actor by mid-1970, starring in The Flaxton Boys as Archie Weekes and the Here Come the Double Deckers series, which featured child actors in the leading roles.
Byers Hall was built in 1903 and was designed by Hiss and Weekes architects in the modified French Renaissance Style.
In the 1970s Dr. Weekes was a regular guest on the British national TV programme Pebble Mill at One, which introduced people to her techniques.
Claire Weekes began her career as a research scientist, receiving her D Sc in 1930 from the University of Sydney ; she was the first woman to attain that degree from the university.

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