Most famous for becoming the first female host of the BBC Radio 1 breakfast show and less recently for her presenting of 90s kids show Live and Kicking.The daughter of children's TV presenter Johnny Ball, Zoë Ball grew up in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire
Was a former first-class cricketer who played three matches for Somerset County Cricket Club in 1914. He was a left-handed batsman who also played eight Minor Counties Cricket Championship matches for Devon between 1909 and 1912. Ball frequently opened the batting for Devon during his eight matches, and it was while doing this that he made his top-score for the county, making 78 against Surrey Second XI. In 1932, having moved to Canada, Ball played in four matches against the touring Australians, playing a match each for Cowichan and Vancouver, before representing British Columbia in two matches. In the last of the four matches, Donald Bradman made 171 for the tourists, surpassing the British Columbia first-innings total on his own.
Was an English cricketer who played for Gloucestershire. He was born in Clifton, Bristol and died in Tonbridge, Kent. Ball made three first-class appearances for Gloucestershire between the 1880 and 1881 season, but failed to score a single run in the three innings in which he batted.
Is an English former cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and right-arm off-break bowler. He spent his 19 year career at Gloucestershire. Ball made his first-class debut in 1988 and continued to bowl a trademark floating off-break for several years, and in 1996 was offered his first county cap. Ball was at the forefront of Gloucestershire's rise to the top of the English game, in a county which at the time was producing few top-quality players. Ball replaced Robert Croft when the latter revealed he was uncomfortable about going on the 2001-02 tour to India, but the selectors handed starts to Richard Dawson and Ashley Giles over Ball on tour. Ball was involved with the Professional Cricketers' Association, initially as a player's representative before rising to the rank of chairman at the end of his career.