Tom Rowe (cricketer)

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Thomas Christopher Rowe (born 16 October 1993 in Truro) is an English List A cricketer active since 2013 who has played for Nottinghamshire. [1]

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  1. "Tom Rowe" . ESPNcricinfo . Retrieved 2022-04-12.