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Examples of "leaney"
William Leaney was an English cricketer. He was a wicket-keeper who played for Kent. Leaney was born in Hawkhurst.
Aaron Leaney is a Canadian saxophonist and composer.
Leaney made a single first-class appearance, in 1815, against England. Batting as a tailender, Leaney scored two runs in the first innings and two in the second in which he batted.
Gary Evans, Anders Hansen, Søren Hansen, Trevor Immelman, Stephen Leaney, Carl Pettersson
Bradley Dredge, Anders Hansen (6), Stephen Leaney, José María Olazábal (11)
Stephen John Leaney (born 10 March 1969) is a professional golfer from Australia.
Fredrik Jacobson (16,17), Stephen Leaney (16,17), Kenny Perry (14,16,17), Nick Price (14,16,17), Justin Rose
Warren Bennett, John Bickerton, Paul Casey, Marc Farry, Ricardo González, Stephen Leaney, Jean-François Remésy, Jamie Spence
Melanie Nocher, Andrew Bree, Ryan Harrison, Conor Leaney, Bethany Carson, Michael Dawson, Chelsey Wilson, Clare Dawson, Sycerika McMahon, Laurence McGivern.
His projects include co-leading the reeds and drum duo, Aaron Leaney/Chris Dadge, and leading his trio, Aaron Leaney Three. Their first self-titled independent record was released in January 2008 which was heavily influenced by the music and jazz concepts of John Coltrane and Ornette Coleman.
John Leaney (christened 20 May 1790) was an English cricketer who played for Kent. He was born in Hawkhurst.
J. Leaney was a South African cricket umpire. He stood in one Test match, South Africa vs. England, in 1892.
Leaney has represented his country several times as an amateur and a professional and was a member of the International Team at the 2003 Presidents Cup.
Edwin Leaney (3 June 1860 – 1 September 1904) was an English cricketer. He played six first-class matches for Kent in 1892.
Leaney made two first-class appearances for Kent, both against Sussex. His debut, in 1825, in which he batted as an opener, saw him score one run in the first innings and finish not out in the second innings.
Kulacz qualified for the 2011 Open Championship in dramatic fashion by taking the third and final spot in the Australasia International Qualifier in a playoff against Stephen Leaney at Kingston Heath Golf Club, Melbourne, Australia.
Chris Leaney is an Australian character actor who has been in various stage productions but is best known for his portrayal of Ross Hampton, the copy boy in the TV1 television sitcom "Stupid, Stupid Man".
The Hans Hass Award was founded in 2002 by Leslie Leaney from Historical Diving Society in United States. It is awarded in Recognition of Contribution Made to the Advancement of Our Knowledge of the Ocean.
He graduated from Humber College in Toronto, Ontario, where he studied with Pat LaBarbera. He co-leads The Aaron Leaney & Chris Dadge Duo, which concentrates on developing free form melodic and textural improvisations; following a long tradition developed by artists such as Don Cherry & Ed Blackwell, Anthony Braxton & Max Roach, Evan Parker & Paul Lytton, Peter Brötzmann & Han Bennik, and John Coltrane & Rashied Ali.
In 1935 four new directors including Fred Leaney and Michael Pohl joined the original directors and an extra £17,000 investment followed which allowed the track to turn to be converted into a stadium. Extra stands and kennels were constructed by the new company called Romford Stadium Ltd who then turned their attention to the recently purchased Dagenham Greyhound Stadium.