Lawrence George Rowe (born January 8, 1949 in Kingston, Jamaica) was a West Indian cricketer. Lawrence, also known as \"Yagga\", was an elegant right-handed batsman described by Michael Holding, his team mate, as \"the best batsman I ever saw\". It was felt that his ability was so extraordinary that Sobers believed he could have been the greatest of all West Indian batsmen. At one game Rowe hit a ball so cleanly that it followed a level trajectory like a guided missile over the boundary for six. Gideon Haigh describes the incident: Early in his innings against England at Kensington Park in March 1974, he received a bouncer from Bob Willis. He smashed it flat into the stand at square leg; it travelled most of the way at head height.  He made his debut for Jamaica in 1968-69. He then made history on his Test match debut v New Zealand at Kingston 1972 scoring 214 and 100 not out,
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