Answer Clue
OPENERS CORKSCREWS FOR THE BATSMEN?
OPENER FIRST OF A SERIES OF GAMES IS KEY
OPENER A COOK MAY USE A TIN ONE
INCANOPENER QUECHUAN "HELLO"?
OPENER LID LIFTER
OPENERS BEGINNING
OPENERA 1968 TO THE PRESENT, IN TENNIS
OPENER COMMENCEMENT
OPENER KITCHEN UTENSIL
OPENERS KEYS OR KEY AND BOYCOTT?
OPENERS LUMPS
OPENER FIRST OF A SERIES
OPENER THE FIRST BATSMAN
OPENER FIRST BATSMAN
OPENER KITCHEN ITEM
OPENER CAP REMOVER
OPENER APPEARANCE
OPENER FIRST MAN IN RIGHT KEY
OPENER BOTTLE-TOP REMOVER
OPENER CONVERSATION STARTER
SIGHOPENERS "ALAS" AND "AH, ME"?
OPENER KEY, E.G.
OPENER WORD AFTER CAN OR LETTER
OPENER KNOB
OPENERS KNOBS
CANNESOPENERS STARTING ACTS IN A FRENCH CITY ON THE COTE D'AZUR?
OPENER OVAL THEN LORD'S WELCOMING NEW BATSMAN INITIALLY
OPENERS APPEARANCES
OPENER FIRST BATSMAN WITH A DUCK TO WRITE BACK ABOUT
OPENER LUMP
OPENERA 1968 TO NOW, IN PRO TENNIS
OPENER CURTAIN RAISER
CANCANOPENER FIRST NUMBER OF A HIGH-KICKING SHOW?
OPENER KITCHEN GIZMO
EYEOPENERS ALARM CLOCKS AND STRONG DRINKS
OPENER FIRST PERFORMANCE
OPENER STARTER
OPENER KICKOFF
CANCANOPENER LEAD-IN TO A LIVELY DANCE?
OPENER INTRODUCTORY SECTION OF WORK DESCARTES, FOR INSTANCE, REJECTED
OPENER CORKSCREW, E.G.
CAPOPENER CORKSCREW
OPENER FIRST OF TWO BASEBALL GAMES
OPENER CEREMONY
OPENERS KITCHEN DEVICES
OPENER KITCHEN GADGET
OPENER KITCHEN TOOL
OPENER MYSTERIOUS PERON CONSUMED BY THE FIRST EVITA - THE INITIAL ONE WHO TOOK TO THE STAGE
OPENER CARD PLAYER WHO STARTS THE BIDDING
OPENER IN CRICKET, A BATSMAN WHO PLAYS THE FIRST BALL OF AN INNINGS
OPENER DOUBLEHEADER HALF
OPENER FIRST GAME OF A DOUBLE-HEADER
OPENER FIRST EVENT IN A SERIES
OPENER FIRST IN TO BAT
OPENER IT CONCLUDES THE OFFSEASON
OPENER SERIES STARTER
OPENER FIRST ACT
OPENER INITIAL EVENT
OPENERS STARTING POINTS
OPENER DOES A JOB ON CORK IN THE EARLY STAGES
CANCANOPENER FIRST NOTE AT THE MOULIN ROUGE?
OPENER KITCHEN ACCESSORY, ONE AT TOP OF ORDER?
OPENERA PROFESSIONAL TENNIS SINCE 1968
OPENERS KITCHEN UTENSILS
OPENER IT MAY PROVIDE ACCESS TO FOOD AS AN INITIAL GOAL
OPENERS FIRST BATSMEN OF AN INNINGS
OPENER KIND OF QUESTION THAT'S POSED AT THE BEGINNING OF A SEMINAR SESSION, OR THE BATSMAN WHO'S UP FIRST
OPENERS FIRST BATSMEN PROVE USEFUL IN THE KITCHEN!
OPENER FIRST BATTER IN A CRICKET MATCH
OPENERS BOTTLE OR CAN GADGETS
OPENERS JACKS OR BETTER, SAY, IN POKER
OPENERS FIRST BATSMEN
OPENERS BATSMEN 1 AND 2
OPENER BOTTLE CAP REMOVER
OPENER KITCHEN HAND TOOL
OPENERS JACKS, SAY, IN A DRAW GAME*
OPENER KITCHEN DEVICE
OPENER IT REMOVES THE TOP FOR A START
OPENERS OPENINGS
OPENERS OLD WRITERS HAVE LITTLE HESITATION IN GOING OUT TO BAT FIRST
OPENER CAN NECESSITY BEFORE PULL-TABS
EYEOPENERS SURPRISES
OPENER IT GOES WITH EYE OR CAN
OPENERS Jacks or better, in poker
OPENER INTRO
OPENER Over: look with care to settle in new batsman
OPENER Batsman's device for getting at the drink
OPENER First batsmans prone to move across end of crease
OPENER OPENING NIGHT
OPENER BACK FRENCHMAN BY RIVER - FIRST OR SECOND IN
OPENER Introductory remark when old writer meets the Queen
OPENER INITIAL BATSMAN
SEASONOPENER It's typically a sellout
OPENERS They are the first pair on pitch
OPENER REMOVER OF TIN-CAN LIDS
OPENER Used to unlock cans
OPENER Season's first game
OPENER KITCHEN GADGET FOR UNSEALING A CAN, EG
OPENER The canny type of batsman?
OPENER Nightcap's counterpart in a doubleheader
OPENER Cook perhaps might need this in kitchen
OPENER IT MAY REMOVE THE CAP OF THE FIRST BATSMAN
OPENER Garage entry device
OPENER The first in and 50:50 chance of being the first out of the game
OPENER Zipper, e.g.
OPENERA POST-1968 TENNIS
OPENER First in work Begin, losing little time
OPENER Key person in a cricket team
OPENER Key member of cricket team?
OPENERS JACKS OR BETTER, E.G.
OPENER SHOW'S FIRST NUMBER
OPENER BARTENDING TOOL
OPENER GAME ONE
OPENER Cricketer finds nothing to write about in retrospect
OPENER ACT THAT MAY WARM UP THE CROWD
OPENER First match in sports season
OPENER Candid and extremely eager batsman
LETTEROPENER Dear sir, it is a paper knife
OPENER KITCHEN TOOL, CAN ...
OPENERS Keys used for overtures?
OPENER ACT BEFORE THE HEADLINER
OPENER TIN OR TAPE CUTTER?
HOMEOPENER Tuesday, April 11th, 2017... big game at the Rogers Centre: 2 wds.
OPENER Boycott a famous example
OPENER Magic words for entry
OPENER Lead-in to the headliner
CANNYOPENER SHREWD WARM-UP ROUTINE THAT CAPTIVATES THE CROWD?
OPENER FIRST GAME IN A SERIES
OPENER BARTENDER'S GADGET
HOMEOPENER GAME ONE FOR SEASON TICKET HOLDERS ... OR, LITERALLY, WHAT EACH WORD IN THE ANSWERS TO STARRED CLUES CAN HAVE
OPENER One begins a test with need for bottle
OPENER Specialist with bat or jemmy, perhaps?
OPENER No Tutsi in pretentious first act
OPENER First section in a series
OPENER One's batting bottle is undone by this
OPENER Twin bill part
OPENERS First games of a series
CANTONOPENER First game of a Chinese double-header?
SEASONOPENER First game of the year
OPENER OLD WRITER THE QUEEN IS THE FIRST TO RECEIVE?
OPENER FOR ONE TO START OUT IN THE MIDDLE IS KEY
OPENER BATTER WHO'S FIRST TO FACE THE BOWLER
CANOPENER KITCHEN IMPLEMENT
TINOPENER KITCHEN IMPLEMENT
CANOPENER KITCHEN APPLIANCE
OPENER Kitchen-drawer item
CANOPENER KITCHEN GADGET
TINOPENER KITCHEN TOOL
OPENER "ONCE UPON A TIME...," E.G.
SEASONOPENER Game with hard-to-get tickets, often
OPENER WORD AFTER CAN OR SEASON
EYEOPENER WAKE-UP CALL
OPENER FIRST REMARK OF QUEEN TO PUBLIC
OPENER WHAT BOYCOTT WAS TO UNFOLD BEFORE THE QUEEN
OPENER OPEN SESAME
OPENER FIRST ACT IN A REVUE
EYEOPENER SURPRISING DISCLOSURE
DOOROPENER Device with an electric EYE
OPENER First in a series of events; curtain-raiser
OPENER First of series of games is key
OPENER First part of work a retired Frenchman's written
OPENER FIRST ONE IN THE POT*
OPENERS Kitchen tools, can ...
BOTTLEOPENER DEVICE FOR REMOVING CAPS AND CORKS
OPENER Unlocker
EYEOPENER REVELATION
EYEOPENER SURPRISE REVELATION
OPENER Who"s in first contribution to develop energy?
OPENER He's the first to go on strike
OPENER First game of a set
BOTTLEOPENER KITCHEN UTENSIL
TINOPENER KITCHEN UTENSIL
CANOPENER KITCHEN UTENSIL
OPENER SEE 1
EYEOPENER WAKE-UP CALL, PERHAPS
OPENER What the more candid cook will admit to using?
OPENER First batter your way into the can
OPENERA PRO TENNIS, SINCE 1968
OPENER Sportingly, he may take second place
OPENER DOORKNOB OR HANDLE, E.G.
OPENER Key exercise to cut pound?
OPENER KEY
PADLOCKOPENER KEY
OPENER Part of a concert that many people impatiently sit through
OPENER No peer can be a means of getting to the contents
OPENERS DEVICES FOR TAKING THE LIDS OFF CONTAINERS SUCH AS TINS, CANS OR BOTTLES
OPENER EARLIEST MATCH
OPENERS Do some batsmen have the key to success, at the start?
OPENERS INITIAL ACTS
OPENERS Those who bat first for corkscrews
OPENER SWISS ARMY KNIFE TOOL
OPENERS Response one second out possibly for starters
OPENERS Batsmen making duck at Lord's, a number being caught
EYEOPENER EUROPEAN BATSMAN YOU ONCE PUT IN - A REVELATION!
OPENER This key word has no peer
OPENER REGULAR SEASON STARTER
SEASONOPENER SEA
OPENERS They have no peers in poker
OPENERA TENNIS PERIOD SINCE 1968
OPENER (see 7A)What is used to reveal note and the first thing you read
CANOPENER CHEF'S GADGET
OPENER He goes in first to get a gadget from the kitchen
OPENER Batsman of the canny type?
TINOPENERS WHY ONE'S UNABLE TO TAKE DOWN IN ROWS SUCH KITCHEN EQUIPMENT
OPENERS Cricketers who remove caps?
OPENER First in batting order
OPENER One beginning to discover a writer in past poetic style
OPENERS Can ____
EYEOPENER *STARTLING DISCLOSURE
OPENERS BATSMEN GOING IN FIRST
OPENERS CORKSCREWS, ESSENTIALLY
OPENERS KITCHEN-DRAWER IMPLEMENTS
OPENERS JUST FOR ___
OPENER FIRST GAME
OPENER Less secretive about what's in the kitchen drawer?
OPENER FIRST GAME OF THE SEASON
BOTTLEOPENERS SWISS ARMY KNIVES NEEDS REPOSITORY FOR STARTERS
OPENER BATSMAN; KITCHEN UTENSIL
OPENER Main event preceder
OPENER First half of a doubleheader
OPENER FIRST GAME OF A SERIES
OPENERA TENNIS WORLD SINCE 1968
OPENER STARTING BET
TINOPENER CAN STARTER BE PRODUCED IN THE KITCHEN?
OPENERA TENNIS SINCE 1968
OPENER Cook, perhaps, poisoned person with third piece of beef, not second
OPENER Cook maybe being more honest?
LETTER OPENER DESKTOP BLADE
bottle-opener Courage shown by batsman at the start, one removing cap?
CANOPENER CAMPER'S NECESSITY
OPENER Cricketer, one taking cap off?
EYEOPENER UNEXPECTED WAKE-UP CALL?
BOTTLEOPENER ONE TAKING CAP OFF BATSMAN FOLLOWING BALLS
SEASONOPENERS MUCH-ANTICIPATED SPORTING EVENTS ... OR, WHEN SPOKEN, WHAT 20-, 28-, 35- AND 43-ACROSS HAVE?
EYEOPENER INSTRUMENT FOR REMOVING CATARACT PERHAPS IS ASTONISHING
TINOPENER NO WRITER GOT INTO A ROW FOR A UTENSIL
OPENER FIRST IN A SERIES
EYEOPENER BOMBSHELL
OPENER OLD-AGE PENSIONER FAILS TO GET ALONGSIDE FOR FIRST GAME
OPENERS CONCERTS' WARMUP ACTS
OPENER BAR TOOL
TINOPENER LIFTS THE LID OFF TROUBLED INTERN GRABBING FRANK, BRIEFLY
OPENER First to bid on peer review
EYEOPENER SHOT IN THE MORNING FOR MAKING REVELATION?
OPENERS INTROS
OPENER WORD WITH CAN OR SEASON
OPENER FIRST OF ALL
OPENER BARTENDER'S TOOL
OPENER Game one of any series
LETTEROPENER MARK NOTHING FOR WRITER IN HOSPITAL, AS THAT'S A JOB FOR SNOOP PERHAPS
OPENERS KITCHEN GADGETS
OPENER FEATURE OF SOME CORKSCREWS
BOTTLEOPENERS CORKSCREWS
OPENERS CORKSCREWS
OPENER WARMUP ACT
OPENER IT'S KEY FOR ONE OF THOSE DEALING WITH DELIVERIES EARLY ON IN THE FIELD
OPENER GAME 1 OF A SERIES
OPENER WORD AFTER "CAN" OR "LETTER"
OPENER Headliner preceder
CANOPENER *KITCHEN APPLIANCE
OPENER BATSMAN
EYEOPENER IN THE MIDDLE OF STORM, CENTRE GETS THE FIRST SCORE - IT'S ASTONISHING TO ONE OF THE VIEWERS
OPENER START OF A SERIES
OPENER PART OF A DOUBLEHEADER
EYEOPENER WATCH NEXT TO KEY, A SURPRISING SIGHT
TINOPENER WHAT COOK MAY USE WITH STARTER OF TEMPURA IN BATTER?
TINOPENER ROW ABOUT NO NAME FOR KITCHEN TOOL
EYEOPENERS EPIPHANIES, AND WHAT THE STARTS OF 17- AND 37-ACROSS AND 11- AND 28-DOWN MAY BE
EYEOPENERS EPIPHANIES
OPENER Handle, e.g.
OPENERS STARTING BIDS
EYEOPENER STARTLING REVELATION
LETTEROPENER MAKESHIFT WEAPON IN A MURDER MYSTERY
BOTTLEOPENER ONE END OF A CHURCH KEY
OPENERS BEER DRINKERS' UTENSILS
OPENER LEADING BATSMAN
TINOPENERS CAN FIRST ONES IN GET KITCHEN UTENSILS?
OPENERA PART OF MODERN TENNIS HISTORY
CANOPENER NO WRITER FROM SPAIN IN TRANSPORT FROM RING PERHAPS
EYEOPENER THE OBSERVER INTRO IS A REVELATION
OPENER CHURCH KEY, E.G.
LETTEROPENER KNIFE ONCE USED AT BREAKFAST TIME?
BOTTLEOPENER CAP REMOVER
EYEOPENER INFORMAL WORD FOR A DRINK ESPECIALLY IN THE MORNING
OPENER KEY BATSMAN
OPENER FIRST ACT OF PERON REVOLUTION INCLUDED EVITA FROM THE START
LETTEROPENER A JOB FOR A SNOOP IN 1 ACROSS AND 19 DOWN
BOTTLEOPENER COURAGE, LOCALLY, TO GET FRANK WARD A SWISS ARMY KNIFE
OPENER UTENSIL FOR COOK WITH LESS GUILE?
OPENER Kitchen-drawer device
BOTTLEOPENER OLD SODA MACHINE FEATURE
OPENER Key batsman facing new ball
OPENER Key player?
OPENER Key cricketer, first to face the bowling
CANOPENER Kitchen appliance shade short on power, having feet missing
CANOPENERS KITCHEN GADGETS, AND WHAT THE STARTS 17-, 21-, 35-, 42- AND 56-ACROSS ARE
EYEOPENER SHOCK TO THE SYSTEM, AND WHAT THE START OF EACH ANSWER TO A STARRED CLUE CAN BE
EYEOPENER LULU
CANOPENER ONE FUNCTION OF 1-/43-/76-ACROSS
OPENER FIRST GAME OF A DOUBLEHEADER
CANOPENER SPAM-REVEALING AID?
CANOPENERS GADGETS WITH SMALL ROTARY BLADES
OPENERS KEYS
EYEOPENER SOURCE OF SUDDEN UNDERSTANDING
OPENER CORKSCREW, FOR EXAMPLE
CANOPENER ITEM MADE UNNECESSARY BY A PULL TAB
CANOPENERS AIDS FOR CAMP CHEFS
OPENERS Might disc lose what's in side?
OPENERS PRELIMS
OPENERS Might be made to sneer after work and won't shut up
LETTEROPENER DEAR AS A KNIFE MAY BE?
EYEOPENERS REVELATIONS
OPENER KEY SPORTING EVENT ABOUT TO RETURN
TINOPENER CAN FRANK WARD USE THIS FOR SPILLING THE BEANS?
BOTTLEOPENER Noble treetop twisted into a corkscrew?
OPENER One first in but rarely last out!
OPENER One first in but rarely last out?
OPENER One or two perhaps at the MCC?
OPENERS CONCERT STARTERS
EYEOPENER UNEXPECTED REVELATION
eye-opener UNEXPECTED REVELATION
OPENER FIRST NUMBER
OPENER STARTING BID
OPENER One's first to take deliveries -- and usually runs
BOTTLEOPENER Old soda machine feature (2 words)
OPENERS Church keys
LETTEROPENER "Dear" (2 words)
LETTEROPENER "Dear Mom," for example (2 words)
CANOPENER A FUNCTION OF A SWISS ARMY KNIFE
CANOPENER KITCHEN AID
OPENER Cricketer's initial event
OPENERS KEYS FOR BEGINNERS
CANOPENER *TUNA EATER'S TOOL, MAYBE
CANOPENER C
SEASONOPENER S
LETTEROPENER Dear Sir or Madam, perhaps?
OPENERS SEASONS' FIRST GAMES
CANOPENERS GADGETS LARGELY REPLACED BY PULL TABS
OPENER Discloses over about a writer
LETTEROPENER Desk implement, or a hint to the starts of 17-, 22-, 36- and 55-Across
OPENERA POST-1968 TENNIS PERIOD
OPENERA CURRENT PERIOD IN PROFESSIONAL TENNIS
OPENER EXPECT TO USE THIS ON 17 ACROSS IN THE EARLY STAGES
EYEOPENER Dose of reality, say
CANOPENER COOK'S HELPER
TINOPENER Row about a lack of markers? Cook may need one
OPENER WARM-UP ACT
OPENERS See 126-Across or 62-Down
OPENER First in sports to break united resistance
EYEOPENER Shock when peeper gets key
LETTEROPENER IMPLEMENT FOR TEARING ENVELOPES
OPENER First man in
TINOPENER T?
OPENER ACT THAT WARMS UP THE CROWD
LETTEROPENER *Envelope-slitting tool (letters 6-9)
TINOPENER IN ROW, NO WRITER OFFERS PENETRATING ARTICLE FOR THE HOUSEHOLD
OPENERS Garage door gadgets
CANOPENER Gadget for removing metal lids
OPENER C in Cook?
OPENERA 1968 to now, in tennis
OPENER ONE OR TWO IN THE CRICKET TEAM?
OPENER Barkeep's gizmo
EYEOPENERS Startling revelations
OPENER Beginner in a key role
OPENER Batsman number one
OPENERS Batsmen in first
OPENER That's one who does be starting 20 across
EYEOPENER Surprising fact - like wake up call
OPENERS BAR GADGETS
OPENER Any intro
OPENER Letter tool
OPENERS SOME OPERATE REMOTELY
EYEOPENER Surprise Eeyore, wandering around enclosure
OPENER Season starter
OPENER Top batsman
SPEECHOPENER Toastmaster's first words
OPENER Instrument used to get into sealed containers
OPENER Series start
OPENER First bid
EYEOPENER Enlightenment from revolutionary Frenchman, author captivating you once
TINOPENER Can first batsman recognise kitchen appliance
OPENERS Can ___
EYEOPENER ENLIGHTENING EVENT
BOTTLEOPENER Vintage soda machine feature
EYEOPENER Watch first batsman? Quite something
OPENERS Jacks or better, usually
EYEOPENER This writer pronounced batsman to be startling phenomenon
OPENER Warm-up band
LETTEROPENER Clichéd weapon in a parlor mystery
OPENER Key - batsman
OPENER Key batsman?
CANOPENER Kitchen whirrer
OPENER Church-key, for one
OPENER Church key, e.g
OPENER Writer put inside over first act maybe
eye-opener I caught top batsman. Such a shock!
OPENER First man in is key?
OPENER Word with "letter" or "can"
BOTTLEOPENER Kitchen/bar tool
eye-opener One peer resolved to inject unknown drug: that’s unexpected
eye-opener Surprising sight (informal)
eye-opener Observer intro revelation?
OPENER One won't get close to over around his nibs
OPENER Game 1
OPENERS Cover removers in action at start of cricket match
EYEOPENER Watch batsman causing surprise
CAN OPENER One lifting lid or roof briefly upset Frenchman
TINOPENER Device for undoing cans
OPENER He begins to be less secretive
EYEOPENER Watch first man to take over - it's a surprise
OPENER Batsman Frank accompanies leading lady
OPENER First event in series
CANNYOPENERS Clever warm-up acts?
OPENER Over with writer replacing very first song?
OPENERS They'd never get close enough to see porn here
OPENER During 5 out of 6 deliveries, enclose batsman
OPENERA It began in 1968, for tennis
EYEOPENER Look at key in wonder
EYEOPENER Calm spot amid storm, beyond poetic setting for writer's sudden enlightenment
EYEOPENER 'That transatlantic dram which is poetically named an -- ' (Dickens, Our Mutual Friend)
OPENER Initial act
OPENER First batsman in door, perhaps?
bottle-opener Spirit key — might drinker need it?
OPENERS Those going in first — keys?
TINOPENER Row about excuse for not writing, perhaps -- might it get one into a can of worms?
OPENER Game one of a series
EYEOPENER Watch bat in wonder?
EYEOPENER Morning coffee, for one
OPENER Frenchman turning up after work, the first in?
CANOPENERS Jail keys?
TINOPENER What cook may need to provide popular starter on time?
EYEOPENER Watch the first man to take over — it's a surprise
TINOPENER One often turns to free food — loaf starter?
TINOPENER Device on tree with pin broken
OPENERS Writer getting terribly sore about certain batsmen
OPENER Unwrapper
CANOPENER Metal cutter is able to bat
OPENER Eye or can follower
LETTEROPENER Office snoop?
OPENER First of a doubleheader
CANNESOPENER First showing at a film festival in France?
OPENER Batsman's need for bottle?
EYEOPENER Ogle leading batsman - a stunner
OPENER Concert's first song
EYEOPENER Observe bat in wonder?
OPENERS Initial performers
OPENER One going in first to get key
OPENERA It began for tennis players in 1968
OPENER One who says 'one club,' e.g.
OPENER Number one or number two batsman
OPENERS They are useful for tinned food
TINOPENER One's turned to get fare, with negative reaction by number in row
BOTTLEOPENER Courage shown by batsman: one could get cap knocked off!
OPENER One won't help you to shut up
OPENERS Batsmen Nos 1 and 2
OPENERS They're not made to shut up
OPENERS Pre-show acts
OPENER First in a playoff series
CANOPENER Pence Nora shelled out for kitchen item
OPENER Key — one of two batsman in a side
eye-opener Surprising sight
eye-opener Revelation hitherto unforeseen?
OPENER Gadget used on a can
OPENER Oscar, member of Upper House, welcomes new cricketer
OPENER Perhaps a disc loser over about a writer
OPENER First going in to bat is key?
CANOPENERS Keys to a jail?
EYEOPENER Person who launched London tourist attraction gets a surprise
OPENER First goal in a game
EYEOPENER Surprising fact or circumstance of ocular origin
OPENER (Team's) first batsman
OPENER Tool for taking lid off a can
OPENERA Pro tennis since 1968
TINOPENER No writer should get involved in row -- one may need to work before lunch!
EYEOPENERS Pieces of surprising news
TINOPENER Can work upset Frenchman? It makes eating possible
PIPEOPENER Practice match seed always needs to clinch tournament
CANOPENER Two-wheeled tool
OPENER First batsman; utensil
OPENER Never close over about a writer
OPENER A key or a bottle top remover
OPENERS Bar or jar accessories
LETTEROPENER Knife for slitting envelopes
OPENER This disc loses, it seems
OPENER First batsman in game
EYEOPENER Glance by batsman is an unexpected revelation
OPENER Tins need one
EYEOPENER … to watch first in — a startling sight
LETTEROPENER Means of getting into correspondence
OPENER Old writer on about Sir Len Hutton?
CANOPENER Refusal to get in beater as kitchen device
INCANOPENER Quechuan 'hello'?
LETTEROPENER Device used on incoming mail
OPENER That will never get you close, ne'er after work
CANOPENER One use of a Swiss Army knife
OPENER No.1 or No.2 bat
OPENER Corkscrew, for wine
EYEOPENER Reportedly India's top batsman a revelation
OPENER First act in work by Frenchman repelled
OPENERS Jacks, sometimes
CANOPENERS Cutting-edge devices?
OPENER Expert batsman, key
OPENER SEE 26 ACROSS
tin-opener Kitchen device, metal key?
OPENERA Pro tennis designation since 1968
OPENERA Pro tennis designation since 1968
OPENER Batsman gets duck -- fellow takes name
OPENER Cap lifter
OPENER Overture made by top batsman
OPENER Key player, first to bat
OPENERS Corkscrews, e.g
OPENER He's beginning to be less reticent!
CANOPENER One's required to get some food from person who frees prisoners
BOTTLEOPENERS Tools for barkeeps
BOTTLEOPENER Device removing drink caps
OPENER Tuna access device
eye-opener Observe top batsman in revelatory experience
OPENER First goal in game is key
LETTEROPENER Paper knife
BOTTLEOPENER Possible pocket-knife attachment
CANCANOPENER Showy dance intro?
OPENER Key number one or two?
OPENERS Cricketers who need corkscrews?
LETTEROPENER ''Dear Sir or Madam'' for example (2 words)
OPENER First game in series
eye-opener Watch first batsman for revelatory experience
LETTEROPENER A job for a snoop in 19 down for Frank Ward
bottle-opener Bravery key, perhaps, in possession of drinker?
TIN OPENER Device no writer put in line
OPENER Tool you need to get in the can
OPENERROR Mistake in a major, perhaps
OPENER Leading cricketer's device for getting at drink
EYEOPENER Seems sleep could never be such a surprise
BOTTLEOPENER One takes cap off seeing nerve required in front of batsman
OPENER Starter key
EYEOPENER Surprising revelation as lids are raised
LETTEROPENER Receiver's cutting edge?
EYEOPENER Have a look at batsman - it could be a revelation
LETTEROPENER Dear (usually) device for getting information from correspondents out
EYEOPENER Regard leading batsman as a revelation
EYEOPENER A startling enlightenment!
EYEOPENER Someone coming round to a certain view? That's surprising
LETTEROPENER ''Dear Mom,'' for example (2 words)
BOTTLEOPENER Beer drinker's gadget
OPENERS Some cricketers love being at Lords about end of season
OPENER Kitchen drawer item
TINOPENER After short time at home, a single person takes hold of drill — right tool?
LETTEROPENER 'Dear Sir or Madam', perhaps?
EYEOPENER This surprises greatly - makes you look
OPENER Device for accessing contents of tins or bottles
BOTTLEOPENERS We empower top-level entries behind bars
OPENERS They're the very first to be bats
OPENER Batsman who starts innings
OPENER Start of a doubleheader
OPENER Number one (or two) out of eleven
OPENERS No peers ordered starters
EYEOPENER Getting boundaries in early, English batsman's a revelation
CANOPENER Jailer's means of access to fast food?
OPENER Bottle drinker’s need
TINOPENER One often turns to free food

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