LocalNewsSports UPDATE: West Indies take early wicket in final test! by: – April 23, 2012 Tweet Share Share 32 Views no discussions Sharing is caring! Share Shane Shillingford. Photo credit: Windies CricketElecting to bat first on a pitch which looked to offer some assistance to the opening bowlers, Australia closed out the morning session on 69 for the loss of 1 wicket.The decision to bat first appeared to be a wrong one when opener Ed Cowan, went first ball in the second over, LBW to Ravi Rampaul, with the score on 1. However vice captain Shane Watson and opener, Warner withstood some pretty accurate bowling by both Rampaul and Kemar Roach, and then by Captain Sammy taking their side to lunch with no further loss of wickets.Warner was however dropped in the slips by West Indies Captain, Sammy, from the bowling of Rampaul, a mistake that may well prove costly to the West Indies.Dominican born, Shane Shillingford, whose introduction into the bowling attack was greeted with thunderous applause, bowled 4 overs accurately from the off spin.At the lunch interval, Australia are (69 for 1) with David Warner on (28) and Shane Watson on (30 ), Rampaul being the only successful bowler having taken 1 wicket for (22 ) runs in (9) overs with 4 maidens.The West Indies team members are:Darren Sammy (captain), Adrian Barath, Carlton Baugh Jr, Kraigg Brathwait, Dre Bravo, Shivnarine Chanderpaul, Narsing Deonarine, Ravi Rampaul comes in for Fidel Edwards, Assad Fadadin, Kieran Powell, Kemar Roach and Shane Shillingford- the first Dominican to play test cricket on home ground.The Australia team members are:Michael Clark (captain), Shane Watson (vice-captain), Ed Cowan, Peter Forrest, Ryan Harris (man of the Match in Barbados will play, he was rested in Trinidad), Ben Hilfenhaus, Mike Hssey, Nathan Lyon, Pater Nevill, James Pattinson, Ricky Pontin, Peter Siddle, Mitchel Starc (1st game of season), Matther Wade and David Warner.Australia won the first test, the second ended in a tie and the Windies are determined to win the final to level the series.[nggallery id=161]Dominica Vibes News
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Napoli president, Aurelio De Laurentiis, has urged fans to be ‘patient’ with Victor Osimhen, hit back at kit design complaints, former coaches, the Government, and UEFA. The patron attended the first pre-season training session on Monday, in which striker Osimhen scored his opening goal. “The fans ought to be patient with him because Osimhen hasn’t played in seven months and still needs to get to know Italian football,” De Laurentiis told Radio Kiss Kiss. Promoted Content8 Things To Expect If An Asteroid Hits Our Planet7 Theories About The Death Of Our Universe7 Mind-Boggling Facts About Black Holes13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hoot6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DroneThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love WithBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeMeet The World’s Most Striking Animals Here7 Facts About Black Holes That Will Blow Your Mind20 Facts That’ll Change Your Perception Of “The Big Bang Theory”10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do10 Awesome TV Series That Got Cancelled Way Too Soon Napoli are so far the only Serie A team to have fans attending pre-season training, thanks to ticket sales and social distancing to keep COVID-19 at bay. read also:Osimhen to make Napoli debut in pre-season friendly on Friday “I hope that we can open the stadiums up very soon too because playing behind closed doors is an own goal for all of Italian football. You are offending millions of fans who could then turn their backs on you, so be careful.” De Laurentiis also had a message for ex-Napoli coaches Maurizio Sarri and Carlo Ancelotti. “Gattuso lets nobody off the hook. If you want to prove yourself for this club, you have to give everything, not be semi-resting the way we had in the recent past… “It’ll be an interesting season, as Juventus have Andrea Pirlo, Inter have reinforced, Roma are under new ownership, Fiorentina will try to do better in their second year. “However, it’s pointless spending money if we then have to play behind closed doors, it’s the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard! Just because we’ve got the Euros coming up next summer doesn’t mean we have to destroy the club teams by playing three times a week. “Nobody ever raises their voices to complain. UEFA are supposed to be working for us, not us working for UEFA. I want to see what happens when knee ligaments start popping all over the place.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… “I urge the fans to give him time and space, so he can help the team. Rino Gattuso won’t give anyone an easy time. I see every now and then the media say I paid €47m! Evidently I ought to start publishing the contracts. In Germany, where they are very reliable, they always talk about gross wages and not net.” This wasn’t the only message the President had towards Napoli supporters. “We’ll put the new kit on sale from August 27. I saw your complaints, but someone who complains cannot be a real Napoli fan. We chose the red colour of the sponsor along with designer Kappa because it had the most aesthetically pleasing design.”
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Statewide—The Indiana State Department of Health has reported that 314 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 as of Tuesday. A total of 48,626 Indiana residents have tested positive for the coronavirus. To date, 530,075 tests have been reported to ISDH at a 9.2% positive rate and 19 new deaths were reported for a total of 2,524 Hoosiers have died to date.Locally Dearborn County has a total of 233 cases and 23 deaths reported, Decatur County has a total of 255 positive cases and 32 deaths, Franklin County has 126 positive cases and 8 deaths and Ripley County has 112 positive cases and 7 deaths according to numbers reported to the Indiana State Department of Health.
Ellsworth runners compete in virtual Boston Marathon – September 16, 2020 Bio Hospice volunteers help families navigate grief and find hope – September 12, 2020 Latest posts by Mike Mandell (see all) Latest Posts BUCKSPORT — For the past three years, coaching on the Bucksport wrestling team has been a team effort. Come next season, that team will have a new leader.Since the start of the 2015-16 season, Bucksport has operated using a four-man coaching staff led by a former state heavyweight champion, Dan Ormsby. Although Ormsby will not return to coach another season next year, the Golden Bucks had another championship winner waiting in the wings.Bucksport named Dave Gross its newest head wrestling coach at the Regional School Unit 25 Board meeting Tuesday. The decision came three months after Ormsby told The Ellsworth American he would be stepping away from the team, which will remain in the hands of a program legend.“It’s a dream come true for me,” Gross said. “This is the place I wrestled as a kid and the place that made me, and to get the chance and to have this opportunity here, it’s absolutely incredible.”This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textGross and Ormsby, who spent six seasons as Ellsworth’s head coach from 2008-14 before returning to his hometown, were pieces of a strong coaching staff that also included Robby Perkins and Shawn Costigan. That group that helped Bucksport establish itself as a strong program in Class B as the team saw a massive increase in numbers.Following Bucksport’s most recent season, though, Ormsby announced he would not return to coach the team in 2018-19. He wanted to use his master’s degree in education to get further into administration, and when he received an over to become dean of students for elementary and middle schools at Searsport-based RSU 20, he decided to accept it.“I decided that 10 years of head coaching was enough,” Ormsby said. “I wanted to spend some more time watching my daughter’s last two years in high school. It was a good run, and hanging up the shoes was the best choice.”For Ormsby, Gross becoming the next head coach seemed the logical next step in the process. Although Ormsby himself was not personally involved in the final decision, he had a strong feeling his former partner would ultimately be the man to take the reins.David Gross wrestles Erskine Academy’s Jakob Peavey in the Class B heavyweight title bout Feb. 18, 2017, at Bucksport High School. Gross won the match to form a father-son state championship duo along with Dave, who won the heavyweight division crown over Jason Mowry of Wells in 1996. FILE PHOTO“Dave is really good with kids, and he’s been a big part of building the core values of our program and creating that foundation for a good team culture,” Ormsby said. “He was who I figured would take over when I said I would be stepping away.”Gross was crowned heavyweight state champion in 1996 when he pinned Jason Mowry of Wells at the end of the second period. An inspired Ormsby won a heavyweight title of his own four years later when he pinned Dexter’s Ethan Hight in 1 minute, 43 seconds.Yet Gross isn’t the only member of his family with a championship pedigree. His older son, David, won the heavyweight state title as a freshman in 2017 in front of his home crowd at Bucksport High School, and his younger son, Jaxon, was middle school state champion this past season.“He’s been working hard his whole life, and he’s always driving me to be great and supporting me no matter what,” David said. “Wrestling is a big part of my family, and even though he’s coached me a long time, it’s going to be so awesome to have him as head coach now.”Gross will spend time as one of numerous assistant coaches on the Bucksport football team this fall, but come winter, his No. 1 focus will be wrestling. With talented seniors returning and an accomplished feeder program established at the middle school level — Bucksport was 1 1/2 points short of the Pine Tree Wrestling League title this year — the Golden Bucks are set up well for the years to come.“I think we’ve accomplished a lot as a program these past few years, and I’m definitely hoping to build on that even more,” Gross said. “This is my hometown. I wrestled here, and now my kids were raised here. To get this job is a blessing, and I hope to do some great things.”Bucks appoint football assistant, JV coachesBucksport made three other coaching appointments at the board meeting. Dale Tozier was named an assistant coach for the football team, and Rich Rotella and George Watkins were named head coaches of the junior varsity softball and boys’ soccer teams, respectively.“We are very excited to find such great coaches at BHS,” the school said in a statement last Tuesday. “We know they are just as excited [as we are] to get started.” Mike MandellMike Mandell is the sports editor at The Ellsworth American and Mount Desert Islander. He began working for The American in August 2016. You can reach him via email at email@example.com. MPA approves golf, XC, field hockey, soccer; football, volleyball moved to spring – September 10, 2020
New Delhi: Cheteshwar Pujara was earmarked as the successor to Rahul Dravid when the India batsman announced his retirement from international cricket in 2012. Pujara had many of Dravid’s traits, which included calmness, tight technique, solid defence and the ability to bat at No.3 for the Indian cricket team in Test cricket. During the Adelaide game against Australia, Pujara cemented his reputation as the Wall of the Indian cricket team when he scored a century on the opening day of the series to give India something to smile. Following his knock, Pujara reached the milestone of 5000 runs but it also created several remarkable coincidences with Dravid’s record.Pujara achieved the 5000-run milestone in his 108th innings, the same number it took for Dravid to reach the landmark. The coincidences of records goes even further. When Pujara reached 3000 runs, he achieved it in 67 innings, the same as Dravid. When the Saurashtra right-hander went past 4000 runs in Tests, he took 84 innings to achieve it. Remarkably, Dravid took the same amount of time.Read More | Cheteshwar Pujara shows value of defence and application in AdelaideThe coincidences do not end there. Pujara’s 123 was his first hundred in Australia and 16th overall. Dravid, during the 2003 Adelaide Test, smashed 233, which was his 16th Test century and also his first in Australia. In a twisted way, even getting to the milestone was same. Dravid hooked Jason Gillespie to fine leg for a six to reach his hundred while Pujara hooked Hazlewood over fine leg to go past 5000 runs.Read More | Nathan Lyon concedes unwanted world record, enters this double centurySpeaking in the press conference at the end of the day, Pujara said this was the most important knock of his life. “I can’t rate if it was one of the best but the teammates were appreciating, they were saying it was one of the best,” Pujara said.With so many milestones achieved in a similar way, it can be safely surmised that Pujara is the new Dravid in Virat Kohli’s Indian cricket team. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
With the first four races postponed, the F1 season will not resume until May at the earliest.___11 a.m.Indianapolis Motor Speedway officials say they are holding off on postponing the month of May activities that conclude with the Indianapolis 500 on Memorial Day weekend.The Indy 500 draws crowds in excess of 300,000. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditLONDON (AP) — The Latest on the coronavirus outbreak’s effect on sports around the world (all times local):___1:55 p.m. Associated Press ___1:30 p.m.The women’s professional tennis tour has suspended all competition until May 2 because of the coronavirus outbreak.The WTA says it is calling off clay-court tournaments in Stuttgart, Istanbul and Prague, adding those to a list of events previously canceled.Each of those three tournaments was scheduled to begin in April. The KHL is widely considered to be the strongest hockey league outside the NHL and is one of the few major sports organizations still operating in Europe.There are now six teams remaining in an eight-club conference semifinal bracket.Finnish club Jokerit withdrew Saturday citing concern for the health of its players and staff. Now Barys Astana says it is withdrawing after authorities in Kazakhstan banned sports events and restricted entry to the country.All six of the remaining teams are based in Russia, where various cities and regions have imposed their own restrictions. Spartak Moscow and Dynamo Moscow played in an empty arena on Wednesday.The KHL said Saturday it was “in consultation with clubs and all relevant authorities to diligently manage the impact” of the virus outbreak. The body’s headquarters will also remain closed from Monday until further notice.The committee canceled the remainder of the Olympic torch relay last week after crowds gathered in southern Greece to watch part of the torch relay in Sparta, where the torch was carried by actor Gerard Butler.Greek health authorities have warned people to stay home, and have shut down everything from restaurants, bars and cafes to public organized beaches, ski resorts, hair salons and movie theaters, in an effort to curb the spread of the virus.Greece currently has 331 confirmed cases and four deaths.___ 11:10 a.m.McLaren says the team member who tested positive for coronavirus at the Australian Grand Prix “is recovering well” and that his “symptoms have gone.”The British team pulled out of the season-opening Formula One race on Thursday because of the positive test. The race was canceled on Friday.Fourteen members of the team were also placed in quarantine for 14 days after coming into close contact with the person who tested positive for the virus. McLaren chief executive Zak Brown says they are in “good spirits.”McLaren says the rest of the team has returned to Britain but will not go to the team’s headquarters for two weeks as a precaution. More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 John Coates, who will have to go into government-mandated self-isolation when he returns to Australia this week from Olympic business in Europe, told the Sydney Morning Herald newspaper: “It’s all proceeding to start on the 24th of July.”Former IOC vice president Dick Pound said in an interview with The Associated Press last month that the end of May loomed as a possible deadline for the IOC to make a call on the Tokyo Olympics.But Coates, an IOC vice president and head of the Australian Olympic Committee, told the Sydney paper in a telephone interview from Switzerland that the IOC didn’t recognize the deadline and he thought Pound had backed away from it, too.Coates says “it’s never been the IOC’s position. It was Dick’s idea. There is four months to go.”___ The Latest: Hungary suspends soccer in the country The Hungarian soccer federation has temporarily suspended all of its competitions.Federation spokesman Jeno Sipos says clubs have been asked to forego training sessions and make it possible for players and staff members to stay home.Sipos says in a video posted on the federation’s Facebook page “we hope we are contributing to stopping the spread of the epidemic.”The federation’s announcement was in line with a government decision to have sports matches played in empty stadiums and only if organizers took responsibility.Speaking Monday in parliament, famously soccer-mad Prime Minister Viktor Orban said it would be even better if matches were not played at all. “We are aware of the CDC’s interim guidance suggesting the postponement of events involving more than 50 people over the next eight weeks,” the speedway said in a statement released before 6 a.m. local time.“Our priority is to do our part in protecting the public health while still conducting the 104th Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge as scheduled on May 24. This continues to be a dynamic situation which we are monitoring constantly in coordination with federal, state, local and public health officials.”___10:10 a.m.A second team has withdrawn from the Kontinental Hockey League playoffs because of the coronavirus outbreak. The KHL has not commented on the withdrawals and its website still lists those teams as competing. The next scheduled games between teams which have not withdrawn are Wednesday.___9:55 a.m.The Greek Olympic committee says the Olympic flame handover ceremony for the Tokyo Games will take place without spectators in an effort to contain the coronavirus outbreak.The committee says the accreditation cards that had been issued for Thursday’s ceremony at the stadium in Athens where the first modern Olympics were held in 1896 would not be valid. The tour says a decision will be made “in the week ahead” about the rest of the European clay-court circuit.The next Grand Slam tournament is the French Open, which is scheduled to begin in Paris on May 24.___11:25 a.m.The leader of the IOC’s coordination commission for the Tokyo Olympics says there is no May deadline to cancel the games and he remains confident the event will go ahead despite sports coming to a virtual standstill globally amid the coronavirus outbreak. March 16, 2020
By Charles RichardsonFORMER West Indies fast bowler Michael Holding believes England’s overuse of Jofra Archer is tantamount to “abuse”.Holding claimed England’s regular deployment of Archer, who bowled 22 of the 75 overs on the penultimate day of the second Ashes Test at Lord’s, was “unsustainable”.“Archer bowled a third of all the overs bowled. That’s a spinner’s quota,” he told The Independent. “If you keep bowling him like this you will lose the 96 mph delivery. He’ll still bowl fast, 90mph, but do you want to lose the express pace? It is not just about this match or the next, but next year and the one after that.”South Africa’s Kagiso RabadaHolding compared Archer to South Africa’s leading quick, Kagiso Rabada who is the same age as Archer (24), has bowled more than 7 000 overs in Test cricket – more than any other fast bowler his age – and has a history of back trouble, which has caused him to soften the speed of his deliveries.“It’s abuse,” Holding said. “When I was bowling, we had three other quicks just as fast. We could share the burden.”While Archer’s spell was ruthlessly impressive – it ultimately forced Australia’s batting talisman Steve Smith from the field with injury – Holding believes that England’s firecracker needs to be monitored closely in the future.“England need to be very careful with Archer. He is obviously very fit, as you could see with his recovery from the side strain. Like me, he is tall, not big and muscular. He relies on rhythm and looks very relaxed running in. All that is in his favour but it is not sustainable for England to use him like this in every match.Holding’s warning was echoed by Jim Pate, senior physiologist at the centre for health and human performance, who spoke exclusively to Telegraph Sport.“Even for a bowler with such a fluent action as Jofra Archer’s, there are inherent risks in one bowler being asked to take on such a big workload in one match,” he said.“Fast bowling places a big strain on different areas of the body: there is a huge amount of stress running through the knee and ankle in the landing leg (although Archer’s smaller jump into the crease mitigates against this a little); there is pressure on the shoulder, which generates so much of the pace in the delivery; and there is tension running through the bowler’s side.“The nature of high-performance athletes is that they will push themselves to the limits of what their bodies can endure – and often beyond. It is the job of the coaches to ensure the athletes are protected from themselves and not allowed to go too far into the danger zone which can lead to injury.” (Yahoo Sport)
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on October 31, 2013 at 1:04 am Contact Matt: firstname.lastname@example.org | @matt_schneidman Martin Hehir and Jessie Petersen have been stars for Syracuse both on and off the course as they lead the Orange into its first Atlantic Coast Conference championships.Hehir, a redshirt sophomore, leads the No. 14 men into the ACC championships on Friday in Kernersville, N.C., as the favorite to take the team title. Petersen, a junior, leads the No. 19 women as one of the favorites to contend with No. 5 Florida State.Hehir, who has been the top runner for Syracuse this season, was a 2012 U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association All-Academic honoree and a member of the 2011-12 All-Big East Team.“The key for me is not to get too stressed. My time management is important because it just keeps me sane,” Hehir said with a chuckle.When asked how he would describe Hehir, head coach Chris Fox had one word: “patient.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThis Friday, Hehir will run for his second consecutive individual conference title after winning the crown as a freshman in the Big East last year.“That would definitely be a huge accomplishment,” Hehir said. “It would mean a lot not just for me but the school, too.”Not only could the Orange boast an individual champion for the second straight year, but it’s also vying for its second straight team championship after out-running the Big East last year. Its main challengers this time around seem to be No. 18 North Carolina and No. 23 Notre Dame.The Syracuse women have skyrocketed up the rankings in the past several weeks with Petersen’s help, but defeating Florida State provides a significant obstacle.“Because they’re a top five team in the nation, we’ll focus on beating other teams first,” Petersen said. “You never know what can happen with these races, so we will focus on our racing style first.”Off the course, she has been just as successful. She has been named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll every semester she has been at SU.“As basic as it sounds, they key is to learn focus,” she said. “It’s so easy to pretend to do work and fake it, but when you have as little time as we do, I tend to use the small time I have between classes to do work instead of relax.”A runner who Fox described as “relentless,” Petersen has consistently been one of the top racers for the Orange along with sophomore Margo Malone.The grind will continue for Hehir and Petersen as they guide SU into the postseason and an ACC championship meet that Fox believes both teams can finish very close to the top.“If we get lucky and something good happens,” Fox said, “perhaps even better than that.” Comments