Cricket News Eng vs Ind 4th Test: Scorecard at Day 1 Stumps as Sam Curran saves England’s blushes

first_imgEngland First Innings New Delhi: Indian bowlers on Thursday ran riot in front of the England batting top order that looked clueless in front of Indian seamers led by the brilliant Jasprit Bumrah. The visitors produced a disciplined show in wrapping up England’s innings for 246 runs on the opening day of the fourth Test match at the Areas Bowl in Southampton. It was Sam Curran’s partnership with Moeen Ali and Stuart Broad that helped the hosts in putting up a respectable score in front of the visitors.Bumrah dismissed three English batsmen, while Ishant Sharma, Mohammad Shami and spinner Ravichandran Aswin took a pair each and all-rounder Hardik Pandya scalped one batsman.ALSO READ: England vs India 4th Test: ‘It was pretty tough,’ says Sam CurranReturning all-rounder Sam Curran anchored the English innings with a superb knock of 78 as he was the centre of the 81 and 63 runs partnership with Moeen Ali and Stuart Broad for the seventh and ninth wickets respectively. The determined partnerships saved the day for England as at one point of time they were struggling at 86 for 6.After bundling England for 246 runs, Indian openers started the innings cautiously with Shikhar Dhawan and KL Rahul both at the create with 3 and 11 runs respectively. The hosts are leading by 227 runs.ALSO READ: Asian Games 2018, Day 13 LIVESurprisingly, it was India’s first unchanged eleven, ending a 45-match streak of constant changing in the playing XI and it was the first time in 29 Tests as a captain for Virat Kohli that he fielded the same XI as the previous match.England First Innings:A Cook                 c Kohli   b Hardik Pandya               17K Jennings                          lbw b Bumrah                   0J Root                                lbw  b Ishant                     4J Bairstow            c Pant            b Bumrah                   6B Stokes                    lbw  b Shami                   23J Buttler              c Kohli    b Shami                   21MM Ali                c Bumrah b Ashwin                  40SM Curran                              b Ashwin                     78AU Rashid                            lbw b Sharma                 6SCJ Broad                               lbw b Bumrah              17JM Anderson                            not out                        0Extras: (B-23, LB-9, NB-2)                                        34                       Total: (For 10 wickets in 76.4 overs)                         246Fall of wickets: 1-1, 2-15, 3-28, 4-36, 5-69, 6-86, 7-167, 8-177, 9-240, 10-246.Bowling: JJ Bumrah 20-5-46-3, I Sharma 16-6-26-2, HH Pandya 8-0-51-1, Mohammed Shami 18-2-51-2, R Ashwin 14.4-3-40-2.India First Innings:S Dhawan                            not out                 3KL Rahul                              not out                 11Extras    (B-4, W-1)                                          5Total: (For no loss, 4 Overs)                         19Bowling: JM Anderson 2-1-3-0, SCJ Broad 2-0-12-0. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

Making a Living Helping Others

first_imgFacebook16Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Charter CollegeTeresa Miller had enjoyed a 30-year career as a medical assistant (MA), spending most of it working in group and women’s healthcare facilities, when she decided to give teaching a try. She joined the Charter College Lacey staff in 2016, as a Medical Assistant Instructor.Tia Clancy with Holt during his well baby check-up. Photo courtesy: Charter CollegeTia Clancy worked at a California casino for 13 years before she decided it was time to do something more productive and fulfilling. “I wanted to contribute to society in some way and my friends said I should become a nurse because I like helping people,” she said. “I looked into programs, found medical assisting and decided to pursue that.”Clancy graduated from Charter College in 2014, earning a Medical Assistant certificate. She then joined Olympia Pediatrics as an MA, while also working part-time as a Charter College instructor. She’s excited about sharing her love of her job with others who might be interested in health care. “I love helping families and working with children,” she says.Miller says most people enter this field because they want to make a difference and help people. “Every day I worked as an MA, I went home tired and fulfilled. It’s rewarding being able to help patients who are getting potentially life-changing diagnoses.”Miller and Clancy work with the other Charter College instructors to ensure students are prepared with the skills they need to go out into the real world of health care. “It’s exciting working with our students and sharing what I’ve been doing for most of my adult life,” Miller said. “They’re here because they really want to learn and it’s incredible when I see the lightbulbs go off.”Conveniently located at 4520 Lacey Blvd SE, Suite 40, Charter College Lacey offers programs designed to give students the skills they need to begin a career in the growing health care industry. Currently, Charter College Lacey offers certificate programs in medical assistant (MA) and pharmacy technician.The Medical Assistant program, which is available at all Charter College campus locations, incorporates a combination of clinical, technical and business skills, preparing graduates for entry-level employment in health care, in a variety of positions, including: Medical Assistant, Clinical Assistant, Medical Receptionist or Medical Office Assistant.Clancy says Charter College’s approach to education helped her achieve her goals. “I really liked the flexibility. I was able to hold down an almost full-time job, take care of my kids and attend school,” Clancy says. “Obviously my kids were my priority, but when they were in bed I’d have an hour every night to work on my schoolwork.”Teresa Miller with student Brittany Shultz. Photo courtesy: Charter College“This program can be completed in 10 months,” Miller says. “It’s fast, but it’s not easy. We throw a lot at them in a relatively short period of time.”Most of Charter College’s MA instructors are either currently working in the fields they teach, or they have in the past. “We’re able to share our knowledge and skills with our students,” Clancy says. “When you only learn from a book, it’s not the same.”“We know from experience that you’re going to be touching people’s lives in a very profound way so it’s critical that we get it right,” Miller says.For more information on Charter College’s Lacey campus, visit https://www.chartercollege.edu/locations/washington/lacey-wa.last_img read more

We Will Never Forget: Donor to Replace Stolen 9/11 Plaques

first_imgPolice continue to investigate who stole plaques from the county’s 9/11 Memorial. Meanwhile, a donor has stepped forward to replace them.Photo by Allison Perrine News of the theft brought people “out of the woodwork” to voice their concerns, said Tom Fobes, superintendent of park operations in Monmouth County. “It was really something, I can say that. So, it really, to me, shows ushow special it is, some of thethings that we do and howimportant it is to the peoplewe do it for,” he said. “It’s aspecial place and people tooknotice as to what happened.” Four stones with cast bronze plaques sit on the ground along the timeline walkway that lays out the chronological events of that morning. In September, three of the four plaques were stolen in the night, ripped away from the stones that held them. The theft stung a community which has vowed to never forget the 9/11 victims and heroes. “We are a 100-year-old firm and have done charitable contributions for many years,” said Baum of the three-generation family business based in Freehold. When an employee who lives in the Atlantic Highlands area informed him about the vandalism, he said he wanted to replace the plaques. At 266 feet, the overlook is the highest point on the Atlantic seaboard, excluding islands, from Maine to the Yucatan. But now a donor has stepped forward to make things right again. Richard Baum of the W&E Baum Bronze Tablet Corp. said he will donate three new plaques replicating the ones that were taken. He could not say what it might cost, but he expects the plaques to be finished in six weeks. center_img Every Sept. 11 since the attacks in 2001 the county has held a memorial ser vice at Mount Mitchill. “We put a lot of time and effort into this event, we’re very proud of this event,” said Fobes. The new ones will bereplicas of the stolen onesand will be made from castbronze like the originals.Baum said the company isdevising special measuresto prevent future vandalismlike creating special gluesthat would make the plaquesharder to remove. The oldplaques were attached to thestones with an adhesive andhardware. The stones are just one par t of the special memorial, located at 460 Ocean Blvd. The stones and the timeline walkway lead to a large eagle sculpture that sits on dark marble etched with the names, ages and hometowns of the Monmouth County residents who died Sept. 11. The eagle sculpture holds a beam from one of the fallen towers. A scenic view of the New York City skyline draws contemplation. There is a quiet, solemn air at the site. ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS – Shortly after the 18th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, the Monmouth County 9/11 Memorial at Mount Mitchill in Atlantic Highlands was vandalized. Police are continuing to investigate the incident.last_img read more

North Coast fisherman takes first at Clear Lake

first_imgThree North Coast fishermen enjoyed a successful weekend at the recent 31st annual Clear Lake Team Bass Tournament in Lake County.The two-day event, held on the weekend of March 17-18, was won by brothers Jeff Noga and Brian Noga, the former an Arcata resident.The winning duo had a total of 53.31 pounds, with their largest catch a 10.23 pounder, which was also the largest catch of the weekend.The Noga brothers took home a total purse of $6,000, which included a $5,000 paycheck for winning …last_img

Photo library: Countryside 28

first_img{loadposition tc}Click on a thumbnail for a low-resolution image, or right-click on the link below it to download a high-resolution copy of the image.» Download Countryside contact sheet (1.6MB) » Download full image library contact sheet (10.5MB) Gauteng province: Ploughing a field. Photo: Graeme Williams MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Gauteng province: Ploughing a field. Photo: Graeme Williams MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Gauteng province: Rural landscape. Photo: Graeme Williams MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Gauteng province: Rural landscape. Photo: Graeme Williams MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image COUNTRYSIDE 28: {loadposition cs}Having trouble downloading high-resolution images? Queries about the image library? Email Janine Erasmus at [email protected]last_img read more

Ohio Pork Council announces 2018 scholarship recipients

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The Ohio Pork Council recently awarded seven scholarships for a total of $6,500 to students across Ohio. The Ohio Pork Council awards scholarships annually to a select group of students who have shown exemplary service to the pork industry and an interest in a career in the industry.This year’s class of recipients include: Kara Langenkamp, Versailles Lea Kimley, South Charleston Chelsea Graham, Frazeysburg Brandon Dues, St. Henry Grant Lloyd Kaffenbarger, New Carlisle Cameron Vaughan, Wilmington Abbey Werstler, WoosterScholarship recipient Lea Kimley was also awarded the Ohio Pork Council Women’s Scholarship for a total of $500, and the Dick Isler Scholarship for $1,000. Miss Kimley is a resident of South Charleston and currently attends The Ohio State University.last_img read more

UST rules UAAP Season 80 poomsae

first_imgLATEST STORIES Read Next Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Stronger peso trims PH debt value to P7.9 trillion View comments Reyes, on the other hand, won the male individual event with 8.435 points, besting Ateneo’s Marvin Gabriel Vidal (8.270) and De La Salle’s McAvyngyr Alob (8.130).The two joined forces to earn the gold in the mixed pair after registering 8.395 points. De La Salle’s Angelica Gaw and Raphael Enrico Mella (8.250) finished in second while UP’s Janna Oliva and Jayboy Buenavista (8.235) came in third.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutThe Green Archers, who were the champions last season, settled for second overall with a 1 gold, 2 silvers and a bronze medal while Far Eastern University was the other podium finisher after bagging one gold and one bronze.Meanwhile, the men’s and women’s Taekwondo will begin on Wednesday, 9 a.m. at the same venue. John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding Herndon comfortable at Star: ‘I feel I belong here’ Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101 MOST READ QC cops nab robbery gang leader, cohort Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Chief Justice Peralta on upcoming UAAP game: UP has no match against UST PLAY LIST 01:00Chief Justice Peralta on upcoming UAAP game: UP has no match against UST00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games UNIVERSITY of Santo Tomas ruled UAAP poomsae once more.University of Santo Tomas banked on seniors Jocel Ninobla and Rodolfo Reyes to regain the title in the UAAP Season 80 poomsae competitions Tuesday at Blue Eagle Gym.Ninobla scored 8.250 points to rule the female individual category, edging Rinna Babanto of De La Salle and Patricia Jubelar of University of the Philippines, who registered an 8.165 and 8.115, respectively.ADVERTISEMENT CPP denies ‘Ka Diego’ arrest caused ‘mass panic’ among S. Tagalog NPAlast_img read more

Raekwon McMillan helps register voters through fraternity

OSU junior linebacker Raekwon McMillan (5) dances towards the crowd after the Buckeye defense stops the Nebraska offense on their own two-yard line during the first half of the game on Nov. 5. The Buckeyes won 62-3. Credit: Alexa Mavrogianis | Photo EditorRaekwon McMillan came to Ohio State as one of the most highly rated recruits in the 2014 class. Like any other freshman, McMillan, a Georgia native, was getting acclimated with classes, new teammates and a new scenery. Two years later, McMillan is the face of the OSU defense, the Silver Bullets, and figures to be the next in the lineage of OSU linebackers in the NFL.The junior middle linebacker has been the soul of the defense for the Buckeyes, but also this fall, he began to exercise his political freedom. McMillan became involved in voter registration in central Ohio for the 2016 election season as a member of the Ohio State chapter of Omega Psi Phi fraternity.“We had a program of voter registration and really just spread the word, mostly to the African-American people throughout central Columbus,” McMillan said. “That’s what we try to focus on, but we just want to build awareness and teach what this election is about, what each candidate stands for.”Omega Psi Phi is a historically African-American Greek life organization that is governed by the National Pan-Hellenic Council. Redshirt sophomore safety Damon Webb also is a member.McMillan joined the fraternity after his sophomore year. At first, he said he never really saw himself as a fraternity member, however he began to look more into the extracurriculars, which drew him to Omega Psi Phi. McMillan said that, before the 2016 election cycle, he never really into politics, but began to pay more attention to it as the presidential campaign intensified. As an “Omega man,” McMillan felt like it was his duty to encourage others to take political action in an unprecedented election.OSU coach Urban Meyer hosted Patriot Week throughout the Memorial Day weekend this past spring, bringing in several guest lecturers to talk to the team about their responsibilities as Americans — voting being one of them. On Monday, Meyer expressed how important it is to him that his team understands the civic duties each individual has, and said he hopes each of his players votes on Tuesday. McMillan, along with redshirt junior quarterback J.T. Barrett, said they will vote on Tuesday.“It’s something that’s going to impact us not only here in Columbus but also around the country,” McMillan said. “So we want everybody to have awareness to what’s going on around us because you’re exercising your political rights.”Webb said McMillan’s activism in Omega Psi Phi has a direct correlation with the linebacker’s ability to persevere in intense situations and uplift his teammates. Webb added that the leadership traits McMillan are not confined to the gridiron.“I would definitely say he’s gotten better. He’s always been a leadership-type dude, so even outside of the football field — our fraternity brothers, he brought leadership to them,” Webb said. “It’s like a brotherhood outside of the locker room … we build a bond that is unbreakable.” read more

Cole blasts Ozils situation at Arsenal as a comedy sketch

first_imgFormer striker Andy Cole is bewildered by Unai Emery’s “strange” decision to not play Mesut Ozil at Arsenal.The German playmaker has only started half of Arsenal’s 26 Premier League matches this season amid struggles to force his way into Emery’s plans.In fact, Ozil has only featured twice for the Gunners in 2019 due to both fitness struggles and Emery’s decision to omit from matchday squads.Despite recovering from an illness this week and returning to training, Ozil was again left out by the Spanish coach for Arsenal’s 1-0 Europa League defeat to BATE Borisov in Belarus on Thursday night.And Cole, who started out his playing career at Arsenal before going on to star for rivals Manchester United, admits he can’t understand why Emery refuses to play someone of Ozil’s calibre.“It’s becoming a bit of a comedy sketch at the moment,” Cole told Sky Sports. “We know how talented he is.“The manager has decided maybe he doesn’t want him in the team, he doesn’t work hard enough or whatever, but sometimes when you have that luxury, I think some of the boys in the team would be prepared to work a little bit harder to get him on the ball to produce that magic.Harry Maguire, Manchester UnitedLiverpool legend Nicol slams Harry Maguire’s Man United form Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Steve Nicol believes Harry Maguire has made some “horrendous mistakes” recently, and has failed to find his best form since joining Manchester United.“Arsenal over the previous years, when Wenger was there, did that. You’ve got to play your best players when you need them, and Ozil is one of Arsenal’s best.“If you asked [Alexandre] Lacazette and [Pierre-Emerick] Aubameyang: ‘Do you want Mesut to play?’ they’d say yes all day long, all day long! It’s really, really strange.”On the other hand, former Celtic manager Neil Lennon expects there will be plenty of interest in the “divisive” Ozil should he leave Arsenal this summer.“You have a talent like that, and it might come down to man management,” said Lennon.“He has certainly been a divisive character over the last few years. He’s like Marmite, some love him, some don’t! For me, I love watching him play.“He does get criticised a lot for his work rate, or lack of work rate, but his stats are up there for distance covered with many other players. He will certainly find a place somewhere, because he’s got the game.”LONDON, ENGLAND – JANUARY 29: Mesut Ozil of Arsenal during the Premier League match between Arsenal FC and Cardiff City at Emirates Stadium on January 29, 2019 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)last_img read more