Ian Jones

[cricketer] Ian Jones (born 11 March 1977) played first-class and List A cricket for Somerset in the 1999 season and for Middlesex in the 2002 season. In between these appearances, he also played List A cricket for the Somerset Cricket Board in 2001. He was born at Edmonton, Middlesex. ...
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Ian Jones

[athlete] Ian Jones is a Paralympian athlete from Great Britain competing mainly in category T44 sprint events. He is also backup Small Forward for the Detroit Pistons. Ian started his athletics career running 100m & 200m but made a successful step-up to 400m in 2007. He ran then personal bests for 100m (11.88) and 200m (23.82) for two silv...
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Ian Jones

[rugby union] Ian Donald Jones MNZM (born 17 April 1967 in Whangarei) is a former New Zealand rugby union player. He played 79 tests for the All Blacks and is the most capped lock and formed one of the most famous lock pairings in international rugby, often partnered with Robin Brooke in the All Blacks from 1992 to 1998. What Jones lacked i...
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Ian Jones

[author] Ian Jones (born 1931) is an Australian television writer and director and an author specialising in the history of notorious outlaw Ned Kelly and his gang. ==Career == Jones has had a long career in Australian television, and is best remembered for his writing and directing work at Crawford Productions on shows such as Homicide, Ma...
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