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R.P. Willows

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R.P.Willows (Ro) (born 16th April 1958) was a professional cricketer from Shoreham-by-Sea. He also represented his home town football club Shoreham F.C. and Brighton-Hove-Cricket-Club[1]

Willows spent his early years in Whitley Bay Tyne and Wear and made his professional debut verses Surrey County Cricket Club making 25 runs scoring 232 runs with 6 catches during the title winning Second XI and Warwick Pool teams topping the batting averages.[2]

Willows was a right handed batsman also staff players during the 1974 season future international cricketers Roland Butcher, Phil Edmonds,Larry Gomes,Mike Gatting,Rodney Ontong, Norman Featherstone,John Emburey, Ian Gould, he represented Sussex C.C.C and coached professionally at St Bedes School and Newlands Manor School, Seaford prior to retiring in 1999.[citation needed]

Willows is uncle to Gregory Willows selected to represent England Young Cricketers and Gloustershire County Cricket Club and[3]brother to Alan Willows Sussex County Cricket Club[citation needed][4]

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