Batesville, In. — The DNR is asking deer hunters for help with a disease surveillance program in Franklin and Fayette counties.State biologists are sampling deer harvested from portions of those two counties for bovine tuberculosis. After a slow start to the deer firearms season, however, the program is running behind. Biologists have collected just 16 percent of the samples needed to reach their surveillance goal, largely because of weather.Firearms season started for deer this past Saturday and runs through Dec. 3. Opening weekend was affected by thunderstorms and warm temperatures, which resulted in a lower harvest compared to previous opening weekends.For example, the combined two-day first-weekend harvest in Franklin and Fayette counties was down about 60 percent from 2016.The DNR is asking those who hunt in the surveillance zone to help it collect samples. The preference is for bucks that are 2 years old or older, but all deer will be accepted for testing. The DNR hopes to sample between 500 and 1,200 deer, depending on age.The surveillance zone is the area south of State Road 44 and west of State Road 1 in Fayette County, and in the northwest portion of Franklin County, west of Brookville Lake. See a map at wildlife.IN.gov/9320.htm.Surveillance involves collecting and testing lymph nodes from the head and neck of deer harvested by hunters and voluntarily submitted for evaluation.Hunters can bring their deer to a biological check station at the Whitewater Canal State Historic Site maintenance facility in Metamora, 19083 Clayborn St., and to Mustin’s Processing in Connersville, or Hunters Choice in Brookville.Hunters who submit a deer for testing will be entered into a drawing for 1 of 10 authorizations to take an additional buck from anywhere in Indiana (with landowner permission) during the 2018-2019 deer hunting season. Hunters who bring the DNR a buck at least 2 years old will receive 10 entries into the drawing. Hunters who bring in does that are at least 2 years old will receive three entries into the drawing. Hunters who bring in yearlings will receive one entry into the drawing. Entries are cumulative — hunters who bring in multiple deer will have an even better chance of winning.DNR will continue to collect samples from deer harvested within this “bTB” surveillance zone through Jan. 7 (excluding Thanksgiving and several days around Christmas).
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“We will be able to convince the sceptics eventually. (The meetings with Lauber) were meant to define that the new FIFA was miles away from the old FIFA.” read also:Infantino concerned by delays to FIFA World Cup qualifying Infantino also met on Wednesday in Washington with the US Minister of Justice, William Barr, while the United States is still investigating several South American football leaders and marketing officials for “racketeering” or corruption. Infantino, a lawyer by training, claimed his reforms introduced since his first election in 2016, were the reason why FIFA has been able to release $1.5 billion (1.3 billion euros) in grants and loans to help federations to face the consequences of the pandemic. “We have the money (to help) because in the new FIFA, the money doesn’t disappear,” he said. “We will know exactly where (the money) goes, and why it goes there. It will be fully transparent.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content7 Reasons Why You Might Want To Become A Vegetarian6 Amazing Shows From The 90s That Need A Reboot Right Now10 Characters Who Deserve To Be Official Disney Princesses6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?Why Go Veg? 7 Reasons To Do ThisTop 6 Iconic Supercar MoviesAlbino Animals: A Rare Kind Of Ultimate BeautyWhy Do So Many Digital Assistants Have Feminine Names & Voices?Fantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread Art5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks FIFA president, Gianni Infantino, has defended his fight “against corruption” in football in spite of being under criminal investigation in Switzerland since the end of July. Infantino said at the opening of the 70th FIFA Congress held by videoconference with delegates from 211 member federations that he believed he had restored the integrity of the body after a wave of scandals. “We will never again have corruption in football… We have excluded it and we will not let it come back,” promised a bullish Infantino who also referenced his predecessor Sepp Blatter, ousted in 2015. “FIFA became victim to corrupt officials — that’s not what I say, that’s what courts say all over the world, and FIFA is still suffering from that. “In 2015 FIFA was toxic, was pronounced dead. An organisation that had served itself from football, had used football, instead of serving football.” Infantino, in charge of world football’s governing body since 2016, is the subject of an investigation over suspected collusion between him and Swiss attorney general Michael Lauber, who resigned in July over his handling of a corruption investigation targeting FIFA. “So why was I meeting the Swiss attorney general? Because it was my duty as FIFA president because I wanted to liberate FIFA from those old, toxic values.”Advertisement Loading…
Mary E. Luhring, (Nee: Weberding), 96 of Batesville, passed away on June 25th.Mary was born on May 6, 1923 to Anthony and Frances Weberding. On August 30, 1947 she married Mervin F. Luhring. He preceded her in death.Mary had 7 children, Sylvan (Ina) of Nebraska, Joe (Judy) of Batesville, Jack (Melinda) of Sunman Steve (Vickie) of Batesville, Cindy Herbert, Paula Steffey and Pam (Tuba) Narwold, all of Batesville. Mary had 17 grandchildren, 24 great grandchildren and 1 great great grandchild. She was preceded in death by her sister Ruth Hoff and brothers William, Charles and Robert Weberding.Mary enjoyed sitting on her front porch, watching cars coming and going at Liberty Park. Mary also loved to watch the squirrels and always made sure there was food for them.She loved spending time with her grandchildren.One of her favorite past times was sewing. She made blankets for her grandchildren and these blankets are cherished to this day.Mary worked for Batesville Casket for 23 years. She was a member of the Sunman American Legion Auxiliary, Sunman Fireman’s Auxiliary, St. Nicholas Catholic Church and St. Louis Parish.Funeral visitation will be Friday, June 28th, from 4 – 7 p.m. at Weigel Funeral Home. Mass of Christian Burial will be Saturday, June 29th at 10:00 a.m. at St. Nicholas Church, with burial following at St. Nicholas Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the St. Nicholas Heritage Fund.
United manager Louis van Gaal had claimed his side were the best in the top flight on current form after losing only once in 19 games in all competitions but performances have rarely matched results and this will do little for their ambitions of finishing in the top four. Swansea started by changing their system with a diamond matching United’s as Wayne Rooney again operated up front for the visitors with Robin van Persie replacing the misfiring Radamel Falcao following the FA Cup victory at Preston. United were nearly the architects of their own downfall inside five minutes when Marcos Rojo’s poor pass set up Gylfi Sigurdsson’s blocked shot and a corner from which Swansea almost profited. Sigurdsson sent the ball in and Gomis lost his marker Paddy McNair to power a header which Herrera hacked off the line. Gomis put another header over after bar and Swansea were dangerous in attack but allowing Angel di Maria too much space to run into down the left flank. And when Di Maria’s corner evaded Lukasz Fabianski in the Swansea goal Van Persie collected at an acute angle to hammer a shot against the crossbar. A hugely enjoyable encounter was swinging from end to end and Gomis slipped Phil Jones to set up a shooting opportunity for Wayne Routledge which David de Gea safely gathered. But it was United who seized the lead when some fine approach play ended with Rooney finding Di Maria and the Argentina international set up Herrera’s fifth United goal, and his second in as many games, with a precise finish into the corner. Press Association Swansea’s reply, however, was both emphatic and instant as Shelvey crossed from the left and Ki, just as he had done at Old Trafford in August, scored by getting across Luke Shaw and sweeping the ball home. Ki went close to a second soon after half-time when he timed his run superbly onto another Shelvey cross and de Gea spread himself well to make the save. Van Gaal’s response to try and achieve dominance was to put on fresh legs at full-back, Ashley Young replacing Shaw after Antonio Valencia had been introduced at half-time for McNair. United were enjoying the majority of possession with van Persie adding to a couple of wayward first-half efforts by smashing into the side netting on his more favoured left foot. Rojo headed over a Di Maria corner and United were firmly in the ascendancy when Rooney lifted a ball over the top of the Swansea defence but Van Persie was only able to scuff his shot under pressure. Swansea were clinging on but they relieved the pressure and struck against the run of play after 73 minutes when Shelvey’s powerful strike beat de Gea with the aid of a deflection off Gomis. The Frenchman brought another save from de Gea in the final exchanges as United ran out of ideas and were unable to pull off a late rescue act. The Welsh club had won 2-1 at Old Trafford on the opening day of the season but a repeat looked unlikely when Ander Herrera fired United into a 28th-minute lead. But Ki Sung-yueng equalised within two minutes and Jonjo Shelvey’s 73rd minute strike – which took a crucial deflection off team-mate Bafetimbi Gomis – gave Swansea only a second win in eight Barclays Premier League attempts as they prevailed 2-1. Swansea completed their first-ever league double over Manchester United to dent the Red Devils’ hopes of finishing in the Champions League places.
The following are the results from golf scrambles on Thursday and Monday at the Lucerne Golf Club:Thursday Senior Scramble: 1st, Barry Harris, Mel Bowden, Bob Francis, Ralph Alley (-5); 2nd, Dennis Kiah, Royce Morrison, Tom Winston (-4) tie; John Schoppe, Mike Dore, Mark Johnson, Ron Allen (-4); John Somes, Walter Tardiff, Bob Wilks, Ron Snyder (-3); Bill Brooks, Charlie Perkins, Ted Pierson (-3); Randy Irish, Kerry Woodbury, Kerry Woodbury, Jim Bonzey (-2); Mel McLay, Bob McKenney, Daryl Briggs Jim Mabry (-2). Closest to pin No. 2 – Charlie Perkins 14.1, No. 6 – Jim Bonzey 7.8.Monday Senior Scramble: 1st, John Somes, Bob Wilks, Bob Fraser, Bob McKenney (-3) tie; Mel McLay, Dick Baker, Jim Bonzey (-3); Roger Chandler, Ron Allen, Bob Francis, Skip Tardiff (-2); Randy Irish, Bill Ferris, Kerry Woodbury, Mike Dore. Closest to pin No. 2 – Mike Dore 11.3, No. 6 – Roger Chandler 5.5.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text
AUGUSTA — Members of the George Stevens Academy boys’ basketball team as well as Ellsworth swimmer Talor Hamilton were presented with awards at the Maine State House.Above: Sens. Brian Langley (R-Hancock County) and Kimberley Rosen (R-Hancock County) welcomed the GSA team to the State House on March 10. The team was honored with a legislative sentiment at the Senate’s Thursday session recognizing the Eagles for their Class C state championship this season. Photographed from left: assistant coach Mark Ensworth, assistant coach Matthew Mattson, Sen. Langley, coach Dwayne Carter and Sen. Rosen.Below: Sen. Langley recognized Hamilton for being named a Wendy’s High School Heisman state winner earlier this year. To qualify, candidates must be high school seniors, maintain at least a 3.0 grade point average and have proven themselves to be role models in their community.PHOTO COURTESY OF JAMIE LOGANThis is placeholder textThis is placeholder text
ICC World Cup Australia vs Bangladesh ICC World Cup 26th ODI Match: Australia beat Bangladesh by 48 runs
New Delhi: Bangladesh needed 82 off 30 deliveries with two set batsmen Mushfiqur Rahim and Mahmudullah still at the crease. Till then, both had scored their respective half-centuries and were hitting a boundary or two in almost every single over. With run-rate touching 16.5 runs an over, Bangladesh was still in the game, keeping T20 dynamics in the mind. However, Australian skipper Aaron Finch introduced his trump card in the 46th over and introduced Nathan Coulter-Nile back into the attack.Coulter-Nile, who carries a good experience at his back played with batsmen mind and pitched a short of a length delivery to Mahmudullah who smashed it straight into the hands of mid-wicket fielder and eventually cost the game for his side. Coulter-Nile finished with two wickets in that over, and eventually helped Australia to register a comfortable 48-run victory at Trent Bridge.23:29 hrs IST: That’s it from us. Hope you enjoyed our coverage as much as we did to bring this to you. Do join us for tomorrow’s game as England play Sri Lanka in Leeds. Till the, it’s a goodbye from Vedant, Aseem and Siddharth. Keep cheering and enjoy the World Cup. 23:24 hrs IST: RESULT: Australia beat Bangladesh by 48 runs (David Warner 166, Mushfiqur Rahim 102*)23:21 hrs IST: CENTURY! How well has Rahim played today? Came to bat after Shakib got out and continued to bat all way long. His 7th ODI fifty. After 49 overs, it’s 326/7.23:18 hrs IST: WICKET! Starc bowl into the right hander and all he managed was a chip shot straight to mid on fielder. Mehidy departs for 6. 23:17 hrs IST: Rahim is now just 3 runs away from a well deserved hundred. After 48 overs, it’s 322/6. 23:12 hrs IST: Australia are well on top of the game. They have been able to pick wickets at the right time and have been able to capitalize post that. Six runs from Starc’s second last over. After 47 overs, it’s 310/6. 23:08 hrs IST: Two wickets and couple of runs from Coulter Nile’s over. Probably the turning point of the game. After 46 overs, it’s 304/6. 23:05 hrs IST: WICKET! Knocked him over. Sabbir Rahman gets golden duck. Two in two for Coulter Nile and he is on a hat-trick. 23:03 hrs IST: WICKET! It was a short of a length delivery from Nathan Coulter Nile and Mahmudulaah smashed it straight into the hands of the mid-wicket fielder. A superb innings comes to an end. After 45.3 overs, it’s 302/5. 23:00 hrs IST: Well, Bangladesh is playing well at the moment. They haven’t lost a wicket but they need 82 runs off 30 balls, which looks out of reach? After 45 overs, it’s 300/4. 22:54 hrs IST: FIFTY for Mahmudullah! He has played well for his 21st ODI fifty but the job isn’t done. After 44overs, it’s 289/4. 22:50 hrs IST: All happening at the Trent Bridge. Australia under pressure for the first time in this game. 100-run partnership between two. After 43 overs, it’s 277/4. 22:44 hrs IST: Good over for Bangladesh. Adam Zampa tossed the ball up and Mahmudullah was on it. Couple of sixes and they managed 15 from the over. After 42 overs, it’s 264/4. 22:41 hrs IST: Bangladesh requires some big overs here. As of now, they are being able to deal in ones and twos. After 41 overs, it’s 249/4.22:36 hrs IST: Forty overs done and dusted and the Australians are on top. 13 runs from the over. After 40 overs, it’s 247/4. 22:32 hrs IST: 8 runs from it without a single boundary. After 39 overs, it’s 234/4. 22:28 hrs IST: Another good over from Mitchell Starc. Just 7 from it. Pressure looms over batting side. After 38 overs, it’s 226/4. 22:23 hrs IST: Just three runs from the over. After 37 overs, it’s 219/4. 22:18 hrs IST: Boundary on the first ball and Bangladesh gets eight runs from Starc’s over. They are clearing their intentions out there. After 36 overs, it’s 216/4. 22:15 hrs IST: FIFTY! Chips one onto the leg side and Rahim gets to his 35th ODI fifty. After 35 overs, it’s 208/4. 22:11 hrs IST: 200-up for Bangladesh. Mushfiqur Rahim is still at the crease and fans believe. After 34 overs, it’s 201/4. 22:07 hrs IST: 0.1.4.1.4.0 – That’s 33rd over for you. Couple of boundaries and singles. Bangladesh is trying to score a boundary per over. After 33 overs, it’s 194/4. 21:59 hrs IST: Ones and twos – that’s exactly what Bangladesh has got at the moment. After 32 overs, it’s 184/4. 21:55 hrs IST: Two runs and a wicket in 30th over. It’s 177/4. 21:51 hrs IST: WICKET! Aaron Finch made a right call to introduce Adam Zampa back into the attack. With two right-handers at the crease, Zampa tossed the ball up to Liton Das. Das tried to play on the backfoot but missed it completely. Zampa gets his first. FOURTH wicket down for Bangladesh. 21:48 hrs IST: A superlative boundary along with four singles. Eight runs from it. After 29 overs, it’s 175/3. 21:45 hrs IST: Easy ten runs from the 28th over. Liton Das and Rahim finally open their arms. It’s 167/3. 21:40 hrs IST: 150-up for Bangladesh. Eight runs from Starc’s sixth over. After 27 overs, it’s 157/3. 21:36 hrs IST: Pat Cummins has been Australia’s pick of the bowler even when the wicket tally is empty. With Rahim and Das still at the crease, all Bangladesh would want at this stage is a partnership at a good strike rate. After 26 overs, it’s 149/3. 21:30 hrs IST: After 25 overs, Bangladesh are 146/3 with Das and Mushfiqur at crease21:23 hrs IST: BOWLED! Mitchell Starc picks set batsmen Tamim Iqbal, Bangladesh lose its third21:20 hrs IST: 9 more runs to the total, Bangladesh are 14/2 after 24 overs21:16 hrs IST: With the end of 23rd over, Bangaldesh are 135/2 21:12 hrs IST: SIX! by Mushfiqur Rahim to Adam Zampa21:10 hrs IST: 8 runs off the over, BAN are 119/2 after 21 overs21:08 hrs IST: 50! For Tamim Iqbal21:04 hrs IST: After the end of 20 overs, Bangladesh are 112/2 with Rahim (9) and Tamim (45) out in the middle20:56 hrs IST: Shakib Al Hasan deaprts at 41, BAN are 102/2 after 18.1 overs20:55 hrs IST: 100 up for Bangladesh, BAN are 101/1 after 18 overs20:50 hrs IST: With the end of 17th over, BAN 98/1 with Shakib and Tamim at crease20:42 hrs IST: Six singles off the over, Bangladesh are 84/1 after 15 overs20:38 hrs IST: Three singles from Nathan Coulter Nile’s over. After 14 overs, it’s 78/1.20:35 hrs IST: Couple of boundaries and the duo strung 50-run partnership. After 13 overs, it’s 75/1.20:31 hrs IST: Nathan Coulter Nile is bowling to his strengths. Just four came from his third over. After 12 overs, it’s 63/1.20:28 hrs IST: Another fine over for Australia. Just 6 came from it. After 11 overs, it’s 59/1. 20:24 hrs IST: The first 10 overs are slightly tilted in favour of Australia as Bangladesh are chasing a mammoth total. For Bangladesh, it’s one over at a time and see how things pan out the the later half. After 10 overs, it’s 53/1.20:19 hrs IST: In the ninth over, Pat Cummins bowled a short of a length delivery and Shakib Al Hasan was on to it. Smashed it over the point fielder for a classy boundary. Eight runs from the over. After 9 overs, it’s 49/1. 20:12 hrs IST: Nathan Coulter-Nile introduced into the attack and produces an impressive first over. After 8 overs, it’s 41/1. 20:08 hrs IST: Spinner introduced into the attack. Glenn Maxwell gets the taste of the wicket. After 6 overs, it’s 32/1. 20:03 hrs IST: Just 2 runs from the over. After 5 overs, it’s 25/1. 19:57 hrs IST: WICKET! Mix up in the middle and Sarkar has to pay the price for it.Both the batsmen were halfway down the pitch from where they decided to go back. The Australian skipper at mid-on, gathers the ball, keeps his cool and nails a direct-hit at the bowler’s end. Sarkar was nowhere in the crease as Australia draw first blood. After 4 overs, it’s 23/1. 19:52 hrs IST: Couple of boundaries in Starc’s second over along with some sloppy work in field by Australia takes Bangladesh score to 19 after 3 overs. 19:48 hrs IST: The openers are off to a cautious start and have been the new ball carefully. After 2 overs, it’s 9/0. 19:44 hrs IST: After the first over, Bangladesh are 4/0 19:09 hrs IST: INNINGS BREAK: 13 runs from the over and Australia finish their innings at 381 runs for the loss of five wickets. 19:05 hrs IST: So after 30 minutes stoppage, the players are back on the field to play the last over of the first innings. 18:39 hrs IST: Rain has stopped the game with just one over to go. This is furstrating. Australia are 368/5 in 49 overs.18:34 hrs IST: Mustafizur Rahman makes amends as Australia fail to get a boundary. After 48 overs, Australia are 359/5.18:30 hrs IST: WICKET! Steve Smith goes. Full toss which dips and Smith misses with the whip across the line and he is trapped plumb in front. No idea why he wasted the review.18:25 hrs IST: WICKET! Superb stuff from Soumya Sarkar. A short ball outside off and Khawaja aims for the pull, gets a bottom edge that is taken by Rahim. A mini fightback from Bangladesh but it has come a bit too late one feels.18:22 hrs IST: WICKET! The carnage ends. Maxwell digs a yorker to short fine leg and thinks about a single. Khawaja sends him back but the fielder scores a direct hit. Australia are 352/3 after 46.2 overs.18:18 hrs IST: Two sixes and a four by Glenn Maxwell and he has started off like a train. Usman Khawaja might not get to his ton. However, he creams a square drive off Rubel as he concedes 25 runs. After 46 overs, Australia are 346/218:13 hrs IST: Glenn Maxwell begins brilliantly with a steered boundary to third man and Australia are 321/2 after 45 overs.18:09 hrs IST: WICKET! What a way to throw away a golden opportunity for a 200. Short ball from Soumya Sarkar, Warner mistimes the upper-cut and he falls for 166. Australia are 313/2 after 44.2 overs.18:06 hrs IST: Warner continues to smash the boundaries at will and Australia are 309/1 after 44 overs.18:01 hrs IST: 150 for David Warner. He equals Rohit Sharma’s tally of most 150s. What a brilliant display of batting. Australia are simply bossing Bangladesh in Trent Bridge. Australia 296/1 after 43 overs.17:56 hrs IST: Usman Khawaja blasts four boundaries in five balls as Mustafizur Rahman loses his line and length. Australia are 282/1 after 42 overs. 19 runs in the over.17:51 hrs IST: Warner unfurls the reverse sweep and then mauls Shakib Al Hasan into the stands at deep midwicket. Australia are 263/1 after 41 overs.17:47 hrs IST: SIX! Warner blasts a six straight down the ground and Australia are 250/1 after 40 overs. Can they reach 350? They look really good.17:43 hrs IST: Bangladesh continue to misfield and Australia are making merry. After 39 overs, Australia are 237/1.17:37 hrs IST: FIFTY! Usman Khawaja blasts his 11th fifty and he has given Warner great support. After 38 overs, Australia are 230/1.17:34 hrs IST: Warner continues to bat aggressively. Australia are 218/1 after 37 overs. Bangladesh need to restrict the flow of runs and take wickets.17:25 hrs IST: Warner gets hit by a delivery that comes on slowly and Australia are 212/1 after 36 overs. Australia are looking good for a total in excess of 350.17:20 hrs IST: Warner blasts another four and yet another four is hit by Usman Khawaja as Bangladesh continue to leak runs. Australia are 208/1 after 35 overs.17:16 hrs IST: Mehidy Hasan finishes his spell. 10-0-59-0. Australia are 197/1 after 34 overs.17:12 hrs IST: CENTURY! Brilliant stuff from Warner as he nudges Shakib to the square leg region for a quick single. His sensational run of form continues. This is Warner’s 16th century and second in this edition of the World Cup. Australia are 190/1 after 33 overs.17:08 hrs IST: Khawaja glances a boundary to fine leg and Australia are 177/1 after 31 overs.17:04 hrs IST: Just 20 overs remain. Australia are in a good position at 168/1 after 30 overs.17:01 hrs IST: Warner blasts two boundaries off Soumya Sarkar and he moves closer to his century. After 29 overs, Australia are 165/1.16:56 hrs IST: Bangladesh are wheeling away but the run-rate is over 5.5. Warner is looking good and Australia are 153/1 after 28 overs.16:52 hrs IST: Warner survives a run-out and Australia continue to make good progress as they reach 145/1 after 26 overs.16:48 hrs IST: Usman Khawaja gets a boundary to the fine leg fence and Australia are 139/1 after 25 overs.16:42 hrs IST: Only 22 runs have been scored in the last five overs. Bangladesh building the pressure. Australia are 125/1 after 23 overs.16:38 hrs IST: Mehidy Hasan bowls another tight over and the pressure is being applied. Australia are 123/1 after 22 overs.16:34 hrs IST: WICKET! Soumya Sarkar takes his second wicket in ODIs and it is the big wicket of Aaron Finch. Extra bounce and Finch steers it to short third man. Australia are 121/1 after 20.5 overs.16:30 hrs IST: FIFTY! Finch continues his great run as he flicks Mehidy Hasan for a boundary to bring up his 24th fifty. Australia are 117/0 after 20 overs.16:26 hrs IST: Tight over from Rubel as he tries to cramp Warner for room. After 19 overs, Australia are 110/0.16:21 hrs IST: A tight over from Mehidy Hasan but they cannot get the breakthrough. Australia are 104/0 after 18 overs.16:15 hrs IST: Rubel gets a delivery to leap up awkwardly from a back of a length and that surprises Warner. The 100-run opening stand is up and after 17 overs, Australia are 101/0.16:11 hrs IST: Finch is getting into the act now. He clobbers Mehidy Hasan to deep backward square leg for a six and then hammers a lofted shot to wide long on. Australia are 98/0 after 16 overs.16:07 hrs IST: 20th fifty for David Warner. Superb stuff from the left hander and Australia are 86/0 after 15 overs.16:02 hrs IST: Warner gets closer to his fifty as he thumps a four to deep midwicket and blasts a 94-meter six over deep midwicket. Australia are 83/0 after 14 overs.15:59 hrs IST: Warner and Finch now have the best opening stand for Australia in ODIs in Trent Bridge. After 13 overs, Australia are 72/0.15:54 hrs IST: Bangladesh are putting up a good effort in the field but Australia continue to make good progress. After 12 overs, Australia are 67/0.15:47 hrs IST: The fifty-run opening stand is up between Warner and Finch. Finch blasts a boundary straight down the boundary while Australia are 53/0 after 10 overs.15:44 hrs IST: Mashrafe Mortaza bowls well and he is into his fifth over. Australia are 47/0 after nine overs.15:40 hrs IST: Warner pulverizes Mustafizur to the deep midwicket fence for a six. Australia are 44/0 after eight overs.15:33 hrs IST: Warner is still struggling to score quickly but he signals his intent by crunching a shortish ball past mid off for a boundary. Australia are 36/0 after seven overs.15:28 hrs IST: Warner and Finch negotiate Mustafizur well. The Australian skipper flashes at a short and wide ball but gets beaten and Australia are 31/0 after six overs. 15:24 hrs IST: SIX and CATCH DROPPED! Aaron Finch continues his fine form with a blazing inside-out drive over extra cover for a six but Warner chases a wide delivery and the catch is dropped at point by Sabbir Rahman. Australia are 27/0 after five overs.15:20 hrs IST: Warner crunches yet another boundary off Mustafizur. The openers are once again giving Australia a solid platform. After four overs, Australia are 18/0.15:17 hrs IST: Mortaza bounces back after a tough over and after three overs, Australia are 12/0.15:10 hrs IST: Mustafizur Rahman opens from the bowling but David Warner gets going with a boundary past the gap at point for a boundary. After two overs, Australia are 9/0. 15:07 hrs IST: Aaron Finch is in great form and he gets going with a boundary off Mashrafe Mortaza with a flick to deep square leg. After the first over, Australia are 5/0.14:40 hrs IST: Here are the playing XIs of both the sidesBangladesh (Playing XI): Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim(w), Liton Das, Mahmudullah, Sabbir Rahman, Mehidy Hasan, Mashrafe Mortaza(c), Rubel Hossain, Mustafizur RahmanAustralia (Playing XI): David Warner, Aaron Finch(c), Usman Khawaja, Steven Smith, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Alex Carey(w), Nathan Coulter-Nile, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa14:35 hrs IST: Australia have chosen to bat against Bangladesh. Marcus Stoinis is back from injury while Kane Richardson misses out.14:19 hrs IST: With close to 400 runs and five wickets in the tournament so far, Shakib Al Hasan will be massive in the context of the game today. Remember, he took 10 wickets as Bangladesh secured their first Test win against Australia in 2017 as they won the Mirpur Test by 20 runs.14:11 hrs IST: Australia have had to work hard for their wins in this World Cup. They fought back after the top order was blown away by the West Indies while they withstood a ferocious assault from Dimuth Karunaratne and Kusal Perera. Against India, they were undone by some quality batting for the only loss in the tournament so far.13:59 hrs IST: Two days ago, which was June 18, marked the 14th anniversary of Bangladesh’s monumental win against Australia in Cardiff. Mohammad Ashraful blasted a century and Bangladesh won by five wickets with four balls to spare as the world took notice of the prowess Bangladesh possessed.13:50 hrs IST: A warm welcome to the match between Australia and Bangladesh at Trent Bridge. On paper, it should be a contest heavily tilted in favour of the five-time world champions. But, Bangladesh has shown they can upset any team on their given day. Ask South Africa and West Indies. If Bangladesh win today, it will not only be a monumental upset but will throw the whole tournament wide open.Stoinis removes Shakib For all the Latest Sports News News, ICC World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
THE Guyana Karate College (GKC) has reopened its doors to new entrants of the sport ahead of the Christmas vacation period of the academic semester.According to vice-president of the GKC, Master Jeffrey Wong, the club is looking to enhance its youth cadre as it prepares for the International Karate Diagaku World Cup next year in Barbados.“What we saw is that a lot of our junior Karatekas have graduated to the senior ranks and the club is expanding. What we have also found is that we are a little bit short on the junior end and it’s an area we have always been strong in.”Master Wong dismissed the common notion that the sport is violent, adding that it is quite the opposite.“There are some parents who have approached me and said they don’t want their children to join karate because they think it’s violent. It isn’t so,” he stated.Master Wong added, “it’s about controlling your emotions and your actions so that you don’t become violent, but rather learn how to deal with various situations that could have violent outcomes.”Wong stated that Beginners classes are for ages five to sixteen and take place from 16:15hrs – 17:15hrs on Mondays and Wednesdays while Friday’s class begins at 17:00hrsThere are also adult classes on Tuesdays from 18:00hrs–19:30hrs with classes on Thursday and Friday from 18:30hrs – 19:30hrs.Registration is $3000 with membership fees set at $3000 per month.
June 25, 2020 The Denver Post first reported Blackmon’s condition, saying Tuesday that three Rockies players had tested positive. The Post reported Blackmon tested positive last week after workouts at Coors Field in Denver. The newspaper said the Rockies then closed the ballpark, following MLB protocol.The Philadelphia Phillies have said seven players have tested positive for the virus without identifying any of them. A person familiar with the situation tells The Associated Press that several players and staff members of the Toronto Blue Jays have tested positive. Seattle Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto said a few players have tested positive for COVID-19. Dipoto said they have all been asymptomatic. And Detroit Tigers general manager Al Avila says one player and one staff member have tested positive for COVID-19. Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred has imposed a 60-game season that will begin either July 23 or 24. It remains unclear where the Blue Jays plan to hold their training camp and play home games this summer.In other developments related to the COVID-19 pandemic:—The return of Indiana Pacers guard Malcolm Brogdon has been delayed after he tested positive for the coronavirus. And Sacramento Kings forward Jabari Parker announced he has been dealing with the virus as well. Both say they expect to be with their teams when the season resumes in Central Florida next month. All 22 NBA teams that will be part of the resumed season began mandated testing Tuesday. — The New York City Marathon scheduled for Nov. 1 has been canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic. New York Road Runners announced the cancellation of the world’s largest marathon Wednesday after coordinating with the mayor’s office and deciding the race posed too many health and safety concerns for runners, volunteers, spectators and others. Last year’s marathon included a world record 53,640 finishers. Entrants for the 2020 race will be offered a full refund of their entry fee or a guaranteed entry to either the 2021, 2022 or 2023 marathon. The 2021 New York City Marathon is scheduled for Nov. 7.— The caddies for Graeme McDowell and Brooks Koepka (KEHP’-kuh) have tested positive for the coronavirus, and both major champions have decided to withdraw from the Travelers Championship. Both say they are withdrawing to protect the rest of the field. McDowell says it feels like the snowball is getting bigger. This is the PGA Tour’s third week back after being shut down for three months because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The first week came off without a hitch. Nick Watney last week became the first player to test positive.— A person with knowledge of the situation says All-Star forward Nikola Jokic (NEE’-koh-lah YOH’-kich) of the Denver Nuggets has tested positive for the coronavirus and is quarantining in his native Serbia. Jokic is expected to be back in Denver long before the team leaves for the Disney complex for the restart of the NBA season next month. — The return of Indiana Pacers guard Malcolm Brogdon has been delayed after he tested positive for the coronavirus. Brogdon issued a statement through the team, saying he was in quarantine, feeling well and expects to rejoin his teammates in Orlando for the resumption of the season next month. Brogdon used the March stoppage of play to recover from a leg and hip muscle injury that kept him out of games and recently told reporters he was ready to play. — Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore will open Thursday for wagering on simulcast horse races. Fans will be required to wear masks, maintain social distancing and follow safety protocols to avoid the spread of COVID-19. Pimlico is scheduled to host the Preakness on Oct. 3. NEW YORK (AP) — The NBA and the National Basketball Players Association said Wednesday that dealing with racial matters will be a shared goal during the resumed season.The league and union announced they will “take collective action to combat systemic racism and promote social justice” when the season restarts at the Disney complex near Orlando, Florida next month. Specific plans have not been finalized.NFL-REDSKINS-MARSHALLRedskins removing ex-owner Marshall from Ring of FameUNDATED (AP) — The Washington Redskins are removing former owner George Preston Marshall from their Ring of Fame and striking all references to him on their website. The school says both players have been admitted. Smith has immediate eligibility, and Michigan is assessing the potential for an NCAA waiver for Brown. The 5-foot-11 Smith comes to Michigan from Columbia, where he averaged 22.8 points a game last season. The 6-foot-5 Brown averaged 12.1 points for Wake Forest. Brown said in April he was entering his name into the NBA draft as well as the NCAA transfer portal. TOKYO-SPONSORSTokyo Olympics must firm up $3.3 billion in sponsor incomeTOKYO (AP) — Local Japanese sponsors have chipped in a record $3.3 billion to support the postponed Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics. That’s almost 60% of the income for the privately funded operating budget. Iginla will be the fourth Black player inducted after Grant Fuhr, women’s hockey pioneer Angela James and Willie O’Ree. Iginla and Fuhr are the only Black NHL players enshrined for their on-ice accomplishments, while O’Ree was chosen in the builder category in 2018 for breaking the league’s color barrier 60 years earlier.The longtime Calgary Flames captain was the first Black player to lead the NHL in goals and points and was the first Black athlete in any sport to win a gold medal in the Winter Olympics. A first-generation Canadian whose father is Nigerian and mother is American, Iginla owns arguably the biggest assist in Canada’s history of international hockey. He passed the puck to Sidney Crosby for Crosby’s “golden goal” at the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver.BROWN-DROPPING SPORTSBrown U. students claim fraud, want cut sports restoredLawyers for a group of Brown University athletes whose sports have been targeted for elimination are accusing the Ivy League school of fraud for working secretly on a plan to cut the programs without telling the players their varsity careers were in jeopardy. UNDATED (AP ) — The popular Phillie Phanatic, Mr. Met and Mariner Moose mascots are getting a reprieve. Major League Baseball has reversed a policy it issued last month that banned mascots from ballparks while trying to restrict access and limit contact exposure. MLB now says mascots are welcome, but they’re not permitted on the field. Dave Raymond, the first person to portray the Phanatic in Philadelphia in the late 1970s, says mascots can still pull off plenty of routines to entertain fans watching at home. MLB will start the virus-delayed season next month in stadiums without fans. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditVIRUS OUTBREAK-SPORTSMore positive tests in baseballUNDATED (AP) — All-Star outfielder Charlie Blackmon of the Colorado Rockies has become the first Major League Baseball player identified as having tested positive for the coronavirus. A person familiar with Blackmon’s situation confirmed the test result to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because there was no official announcement. It’s the latest move to cut ties with the legacy of the team’s racist founder, a segregationist who refused to integrate by signing Black players until “forced to do so” in 1962, more than a decade after much of the rest of the NFL. Marshall owned the franchise from its inception in 1932 and moved the team from Boston to Washington several years later. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1963 and died in 1969.Current owner Dan Snyder has faced renewed calls to change the name of the team.PGA-TRAVELERS-KOEPKASBrooks Koepka felt like he was doing everything by the book. Associated Press — The Berlin Marathon has been canceled following months of uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Organizers say “after extensive examination and various discussions” they were not able to find a later date. Authorities in Germany have blocked the hosting of major events through October.— The University of Connecticut has decided to eliminate four athletic teams as it deals with an expected budget deficit driven by issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic. UConn’s president told the Board of Trustees today the school will reduce the number of sports it supports from 24 to 20, eliminating its men’s cross country, men’s swimming and diving, men’s tennis and women’s rowing teams after the 2020-21 academic year. — The University of Northern Colorado will discontinue the men’s and women’s tennis programs as part of a cost-saving effort due to budget shortfalls created by the COVID-19 pandemic. The school located in Greeley, Colorado, will now sponsor 17 intercollegiate athletic programs, including nine women’s sports. NBA RESTART-SOCIAL ISSUESNBA, NBPA say sparking social change will be goal of restart Update on the latest sports UNDATED (AP) — He took his COVID-19 test when he arrived in Connecticut for the Travelers Championship and waited until he received the result (negative) before going to watch his brother, Chase, earn a spot in the field through Monday qualifying.Both withdrew before the tournament even began after Koepka’s caddie tested positive for the coronavirus, even though subsequent tests on the players came back negative. Each cited the need to be safe, not only for themselves but the other players and caddies at the TPC River Highland.NHL-HALL OF FAMEIginla headlines 2020 Hall class as 4th Black player electedUNDATED (AP) — Jarome Iginla (juh-ROHM’ ih-GIHN’-luh) headlines the Hockey Hall of Fame’s class of 2020 after being elected Wednesday in his first year of eligibility. Sponsors will be asked to sign up again with the games delayed for a year. A poll published earlier this month by Japanese broadcasters NHK said two-thirds are undecided about extending for another year. Organizers say they will begin the negotiation process in earnest next month. The Japanese newspaper Asahi reported this week that organizers could be asking for “for more sponsor fees payments.” This could face opposition with many companies struggling with the pandemic and a loss of revenue.MASCOTS UNMUZZLEDPhillie Phanatic, Mr Met, MLB mascots now permitted in parks In a letter to Brown President Christina Paxson, attorney Jeffrey Kessler said the school made a “purposeful choice to conceal critical information” that cost the athletes the chance to enroll at or transfer to a different school.Brown announced last month that as part of a plan to redirect resources to its more successful programs it would eliminate 11 varsity sports and promote coed and women’s sailing to varsity status, bringing the school’s total from 38 teams to 29. After a backlash over the disparate effect the cuts would have on minority students, the school backed down and agreed to keep men’s track and cross-country.MICHIGAN-TRANSFERSMichigan announces Smith, Brown joining basketball programANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Michigan officially announced that Mike Smith and Chaundee Brown are joining the basketball program as transfers.