I felt he had a lot of momentum and then he got bumped sidewaysUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup May 31, 2011
Archer is an important program for the armed forces of both countries and for BAE Systems' land business, as it is in a core area for us and will provide a springboard for future exportsBAE receives orders for Archer gun systems Apr 05, 2010
The purchase of additional howitzers is further endorsement of M777 as the most effective howitzer system of its kindU.S., Australia order BAE howitzers Jul 20, 2010
I knew it was going to be a tough race, and that no one was going to draw off and win it easily because they were all too goodUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Aug 02, 2010
I am looking forward to continuing to build upon the solid foundation we have in place within our organization and on our football teamFalcons' Smith gets contract extension Feb 03, 2011
Andrew Michael 'Mike' Smith (born October 1, 1967, Dewsbury, Yorkshire) is a former English cricketer.
Mike Smith was an effective swing bowler for Gloucestershire, and played a single Test for England at Headingley in 1997 against Australia. Graham Thorpe dropped Matthew Elliott at first slip while on 29, for what would have been Smith's first (and only) Test wicket. Elliot went on to make 199 and Australia won comfortably by an innings.
He was never played for England again, but remained one of the most consistent swing bowlers on the county circuit until his retirement in 2003. He is now an employment solicitor at Bevan Brittan in Bristol.