Azed Competition No. 1200  Azed Slip  |  ◀  1194  |  1203  ▶  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
1200 May 1995Nine letter word (C and T latent) Letters Latent25


AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstN. C. DexterHutton-follower in Oval’s delirious!VOL(C)ANIS(T); anag.; see Vulcanist in C.; ref. L. Hutton’s record-breaking innings of 364 at the Oval in 1938
SecondT. J. MooreySo Imran gets hitched – influence of white lady or LSD?NAR(C)O(T)ISM; anag.; ref. Imran Khan’s recent marriage to Goldsmith heiress
ThirdC. A. ClarkeRay upset about gripe – Atherton’s position no longer tenable(C)AP(T)AINRY; pain in anag.; ref. R. Illingworth, England team manager
VHCC. J. BroughamPossibly Atherton should bag 500 against West Indies – who can stop his pull shots?MID-WI(C)KE(T); D + WI in Mike
VHCR. M. S. CorkHe might put energy into a haymaker(C)RICKE(T)ER; E in ricker, & lit.
VHCD. B. CrossI deceive Lara, happed by a Chinaman(C)HARLA(T)AN; anag. in Han
VHCE. CrossI run one out, one who’s scored 100(C)EN(T)URION; anag.
VHCR. A. EnglandIn early, bats with resolution(C)ER(T)AINLY; anag.
VHCC. J. FeetenbyLancashire’s middle orders dismissed in Battle of Roses? Yorks ones would be pleased!SELE(CT)ORS; L, e in anag.
VHCH. FreemanGet measure of Lara and Bishop? That is tricky(C)ALIBRA(T)E; anag. incl. B, i.e.
VHCC. R. GumbrellThe leading part in England’s lies on IllySELE(CT)ION; anag. incl. E, & lit.; ref. R. Illingworth, nicknamed Illy
VHCA. J. GuyHelp for spinners made 500 out of the question: the game’s over!(C)HECKMA(T)E; heck + ma(D)e
VHCE. M. HolroydBatting a very long time, changing ends – cricket can be restricted hereINSE(CT)ARY; in + years changing ends
VHCR. Hope-JonesPlayer puts energy into a haymaker(C)RICKE(T)ER; e in ricker
VHCC. HopkinsAtherton’s role at the crease is to take apart one commonly spoken of as fast(C)AP(T)AINCY; in in a pacy
VHCMrs D. B. JenkinsonOne visually challenged in faint light plays on gamelyNY(CT)ALOPS; anag.
VHCR. E. KimmonsBat carefully? A single’s no good – swiping is the answerPO(C)KE(T)ING; poke I ng
VHCJ. PearceOutwit veteran Sobers with one that turns(C)ROSSBI(T)E; anag. incl. I
VHCMrs V. M. RileyWide and one’s given out?BROAD(C)AS(T); broad a’s
VHCR. RoganBat’s one not out: then comes pitcher on a length …NO(CT)URNAL; n.o. + urn + a l
VHCD. A. SimmonsW. G.’s achievement – opener at the forefront of EnglandDO(CT)ORATE; door at E; ref. Dr W. G. Grace
VHCD. H. TompsettUnhappy choice as night-watchman – plays on googlyNY(CT)ALOPS; anag.
VHCR. J. WhaleFlat green playing surface? Lara’d be rampant!(C)ARD-(T)ABLE; anag.
VHCG. H. WillettIn dominant style England’s openers regain the initiative(C)EN(T)RALLY; En + rally
VHCS. WoodsIt’s festival time – I smash runs all over the place(C)HRIS(T)MAS; anag. incl. r

HCs in competition 1200 awarded to:

W. AndersonM. CutterL. K. MaltbyB. Solomons
F. D. H. AtkinsonD. J. Dare-PlumptonD. F. ManleyR. Stocks
A. BarkerDr I. S. FletcherH. MargolisP. L. Stone
M. BarleyE. ForbesH. W. MassinghamR. C. Teuton
I. BarrR. P. C. FormanJ. R. C. MichieC. Watson
M. J. BathM. FreemanE. MillerMs S. Whittall
R. C. BellN. C. GoddardG. PerryM. A. L. Willey
Mrs K. BissettH. J. GodwinA. E. RenwickD. Williamson
J. M. BrownP. F. HendersonG. RobinsonW. Woodruff
B. BurtonS. HewittC. RobsonA. J. Young
D. A. CampbellA. HodgsonM. SandersonDr E. Young
I. CarrL. M. KeetW. J. M. ScotlandR. F. Zobel
G. P. ConwayJ. P. LesterJ. M. Sharman 
K. W. CrawfordR. K. LumsdonN. E. Sharp 
P. CrozierW. F. MainT. Shaw