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Kersley Appou Kersley Appou (born April 24, 1970) is a footballer who currently plays for US Beau-Bassin Rose-Hill in the Mauritian Premier League as a forward. He has also represented Mauritius internationally with Club M, scoring 10 goals. That is the most goals scored in Mauritius national team history. On 13 April 2014, at the age of 43 years and 354 days, Appou became the oldest African to play international football eclipsing the record set by Cameroonian legend Roger Milla at the 1994 FIFA World Cup.
Tom Kersley Tom Kersley (9 February 1879 – 4 December 1927) was an English cricketer. Kersley's batting style is unknown, though it is known he was a fast-medium bowler, but it is not known with which arm he bowled with. He was born at Norbiton, Surrey.
Leo Kersley Leo Kersley (30 May 1920 – 3 July 2012) was a British dancer and teacher. Kersley was a founding member of the Sadler's Wells Theatre Ballet and was influential in classical ballet in the Netherlands.
Tom Kersley Kersley made his first-class debut for Surrey against Nottinghamshire at Trent Bridge in the 1899 County Championship. He made two further first-class appearances for Surrey in 1899, against Cambridge University and Warwickshire. In his three matches, he took a total of 7 wickets at an average of 20.71, with best figures of 3/36. With the bat, he scored a total of 23 runs at a batting average of 7.66, with a highest score of 15 not out,
Kersley Levrai Kersley Levrai (born June 21, 1981) is a Mauritian football player who currently plays for AS de Vacoas-Phoenix in the Mauritian Premier League and for the Mauritius national football team as a defender. He is featured on the Mauritian national team in the official 2010 FIFA World Cup video game.
George Kersley, Sr. Kersley was born in Medstead, Hampshire in England on 19 January 1817 and was baptised on 17 February 1817 at St Andrew's Church. He was the son of George Kersley of Farringdon and Elizabeth Knight of Headley (daughter of Daniel Knight and Martha Upsdale). His mother Elizabeth Knight (born 1796 Headley) was a relative of the famous novelist Jane Austen whose brother Edward Austen Knight was adopted by the Knight family. Jane Austen would often visit his parents on her walks to Farringdon and Alton. His father George Kersley (born 1790 Farringdon) was the fourth son of John Kersley (b.1755) a gentleman of Farringdon, and Olive Lee Yalden. Kersley (b.1817) grew up at the Kersley Manor House in Farringdon (where his grandparents John (1755-1849) and Olive Kersley ( Yalden, 1757-1840) lived) and his father's farm in Medstead.
George Kersley, Sr. In 1875 Kersley took out the first pastoral leases in the Dumbleyung district. His wife Eliza died at Nookering on 1 March 1881. Kersley built himself a homestead at Nunegin in Dumbleyung and he built another homestead called "Wheatfield" for his daughter Elizabeth and her husband Henry Bartram who had been secretly engaged for 10 years but finally married in 1883. In 1886 Bartram and his family moved to the "Wheatfield" homestead on the edge of Lake Dumbleyung. Kersley and his son George Kersley, Jr were leading graziers or farmers of the Dumbleyung district. Kersley, Jr. married Margaret, a daughter of the Catholic Cronin family from "Bunkin". Kersley died in Dumbleyung in 1906.
Jean-Kersley Gardenne Jean-Kersley Gardenne (born 16 February 1972) is a retired Mauritian pole vaulter.
George Kersley, Sr. At this time Kersley was one of the leading settlers of the Beverley (near York) district.
Jean-Kersley Gardenne His personal best jump is 5.50 metres, achieved in June 1996 in Dreux. This is the Mauritian record. He did however have a better indoor mark with 5.60 metres, achieved in January 1998 in Liévin.