Ian Turner

[cricketer] Ian John Turner (born 18 July 1968 in Denmead, Hampshire) is a retired English cricketer. Turner was a right-handed batsman and a slow left-arm orthodox bowler. Turner made his Hampshire first-class debut against Glamorgan in 1989 at the County Ground. The four day format of the game was where Turner was most at home. It was not...
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Ian Turner

[rower] Ian Gordon Turner (July 11, 1925 Oakland, California – October 11, 2010 Oakland, California ) was an American competition rower and Olympic champion. He won a gold medal in coxed eights at the 1948 Summer Olympics, as a member of the American team. His brother David Lindsay Dave Turner was on the same Olympic team. ...
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Ian Turner

[footballer] Ian Turner (born 17 January 1953 in Middlesbrough, England) is a former footballer, who won the FA Cup when he played for Southampton F.C. as goalkeeper in the 1976 FA Cup Final. ==Early career== Ian was one of 10 children and originally played at centre-half for his local team, South Bank. During a match against Huddersfield R...
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Ian Turner

[rugby league] Ian Turner (born in Warwick Queensland on 28 May 1970) is an Australian businessman and former rugby league player. Turner was a Brisbane Broncos scholarship player in 1991, in conjunction with Brothers RLFC, coming from Runaway Bay RLFC after Colts Group 18 Grand Final Win. He was a member Souths RLFC for most of his career....
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