ST GEORGE’S, Grenada (CMC): West Indies Women came from behind to stun Pakistan Women in a nerve-jangling super over and make a clean sweep of their three-match Twenty20 International series here yesterday. Bundled out for a paltry 88 off 19.5 overs, West Indies Women capitalised on a rain break which saw Pakistan Women’s target adjusted to 78 off 17 overs and hit back to restrict the visitors to 77 for seven at the National Stadium to leave scores tied. In the all-important super over, seamer Deandra Dottin snatched two wickets as Pakistan Women scraped together just three runs and West Indies Women survived the loss of Dottin off the first ball to reach their target off the last ball of the over when Kyshona Knight struck a boundary. Sent in, West Indies Women were 63 for four in the 14th over, but lost their last six wickets for 25 runs to be dismissed under 100. Opener Kycia Knight held the innings together with a fine knock of 49 off 48 balls with three fours before she was sixth out with the score on 76 in the 17th over. She was the only player to reach double figures as captain Sana Mir ripped through the innings with her off-spin to claim four for 14, while left-arm spinner Anam Amin supported with two for 10. In reply, Pakistan Women were held up by rain after they had reached seven for one in the fourth over. With an adjusted target on resumption, Pakistan lost Nain Abidi (3) and Ayesha Zafar (5) cheaply to slide to 18 for three in the sixth over as West Indies Women took control. However, Bismah Maroof top-scored with 30 off 37 deliveries and captain Sana Mir supported with 22 from 24 balls in a 39-run fourth wicket stand to bring their side back into the contest. Bismah was bowled by off-spinner Anisa Mohammed in the 14th but Nidar Dar scored a precious 11 off 12 balls in a 19-run, fifth wicket partnership with Mir that left Pakistan Women with eight runs to get off the last over. In a dramatic final over, Mir scrambled a single off the first ball of the over from Dottin and Dar slammed a boundary off the second to put their side on the brink of victory with just three runs required from four balls. But Dottin showed her character, keeping Dar scoreless of the next delivery before having her caught and bowled off the fourth. Sana Mir was run out off the fifth delivery and Sania Khan followed, also via the run out route, off the final ball of the over, as West Indies Women tied the game. SCOREBOARD WEST INDIES WOMEN +Kycia Knight run out 49 N McLean lbw b Sania Khan 0 D Dottin b Sana Mir 8 Kyshona Knight c Bismah Maroof b Sana Mir 7 B Cooper lbw b Nida Dar 6 S King b Diana Baig 3 S Campbelle c Bismah Maroof b Anam Amin 1 *S Taylor st Rabiya Shah b Sana Mir 4 H Matthews st Rabiya Shah b Anam Amin 0 A Mohammed c Marina Iqbal b Sana Mir 7 S Connell not out 0 Extras (b1, w2) 3 TOTAL (all out, 19.5 overs) 88 Fall of wickets: 1-10 (McLean), 2-28 (Dottin), 3-43 (Kyshona Knight), 4-63 (Cooper), 5-76 (King), 6-76 (Kycia Knight), 7-78 (Campbelle), 8-78 (Matthews), 9-88 (Mohammed), 10-88 (Taylor) Bowling: Sania Khan 4-0-17-1, Diana Baig 4-0-22-1 (w1), Sana Mir 3.5-0-14-4 (w1), Nida Dar 3-0-19-1, Anam Amin 4-0-10-2, Bismah Maroof 1-0-5-0. PAKISTAN WOMEN (target: 78 off 17 overs) Nain Abidi c Connell b King 3 Marina Iqbal c wkp Kycia A Knight b Connell 3 Ayesha Zafar run out 5 Bismah Maroof b Mohammed 30 *Sana Mir run out 22 Nida Dar c & b Dottin 11 Aliya Riaz not out 1 +Rabiya Shah run out 0 Extras (lb1, w1) 2 TOTAL (7 wkts, 17 overs) 77 Did not bat: Sania Khan, Diana Baig, Anam Amin. Fall of wickets: 1-4 (Marina Iqbal), 2-7 (Nain Abidi), 3-18 (Ayesha Zafar), 4-57 (Bismah Maroof), 5-76 (Nida Dar), 6-77 (Sana Mir), 7-77 (Rabiya Shah) Bowling: Connell 4-0-12-1 (w1), King 4-0-11-1, Matthews 3-0-16-0, Dottin 3-0-19-1, Mohammed 3-0-18-1. Result: West Indies Women win on super over. Series: West Indies Women win series 3-0. Player-of-the-Match: Sana Mir. Player-of-the-Series: Deandra Dottin. Umpires: N Duguid, P Nero.
Minister McHugh joins Minister Creed during his visit to Donegal for the official opening of the newly redeveloped United Fish Industries Processing Plant Killybegs. Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine Michael Creed TD today launched two new major marine projects in Killybegs, Co. Donegal. The first of these was the redevelopment of the United Fish Industries (UFI) fishmeal plant which has just been completed at a cost of €30million.The second was the new Killybegs Small Craft Harbour built at a cost of €2.9million. Fine Gael Minister of State Joe McHugh TD; “I am delighted to welcome Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine Michael Creed TD to Donegal this afternoon, where he has just officially opened the newly redeveloped United Fish Industries Processing Plant in Killybegs.”“This huge financial investment shows a great confidence in our fishing sector, and this will be a massive boost to Killybegs, and indeed Donegal.”Minster Creed speaking at the launch, “This new harbour, fully funded by the State, is a first class facility capable of accommodating 63 boats ranging up to 15 metres in length with one berth capable of accommodating larger vessels in excess of 20 metres long. This is great development for Killybegs Harbour and will complement the existing world class facilities in place for our large fishing vessels.”Minister Joe McHugh added; “I have also arranged for several agricultural groups to meet with Minister Creed and myself while he is in Killybegs today to discuss a wide range of topics affecting our Donegal farmers at present. These include the recent affects on lands by the adverse weather conditions, changes to GLAS payments for the Hill and Commonage farmers, as well as some issues and implications around farm payments for part-time farmers among other issues and concerns.” Minister Creed’s visit follows his announcement last Friday that payments worth over €140M under 2016 Areas of Natural Constraints Scheme have started issuing to farmers. The farming payment of €11,716,998.47 was approved to 5176 farmers in Donegal, the third highest allocation in Ireland.“I welcome the opportunity to discuss these various issues with Minister Creed that are of concern to Donegal’s farmers and I very much look forward to meeting with these local community groups and organisations in an effort to assist them with their concerns.”€30 million UFI fishmeal plant in Killybegs officially opened today was last modified: September 26th, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalFishingjoe mc hughKillybegsunited fish industries processing plant
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant Signs on Copper Hill at Benz and Buckhorn Lane will prevent drivers from turning right onto those two streets from 2:30 to 6:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Signs on Bouquet will restrict left turns onto Benz and onto Sue Drive from 7 to 9 a.m. on weekdays. Drivers often fail to stop at the stop signs that stand on nearly every Benz corner between Bouquet and Copper Hill. “The intention is to reduce daily trips on Benz to 2,000 trips a day,” said Andrew Yi, the city’s traffic engineer. “If Step 1 does not work we will go into Step 2, which will only allow right turns out from Benz to Copper Hill and from Buckhorn onto Copper Hill.” Nonresidential Haskell Canyon Road and David Way are seen as preferred alternatives for commuters. An earlier suggestion for redirecting traffic inside the neighborhood that was touted by Councilman Frank Ferry would have restricted turns from Cross Creek Drive onto Benz, instead of at Buckhorn. It was favored by many of the 39 residents of a newer tract just off Copper Hill, located in Los Angeles County jurisdiction. SANTA CLARITA – A group of determined residents who for years urged city officials to divert cut-through traffic from their once-quiet street may soon benefit from signs barring turns four hours a day on weekdays. On Tuesday, the Santa Clarita City Council approved placing signs on two thoroughfares that bookend Benz Road to prevent thousands of cars a day from using it as a rush-hour shortcut. “I’m obviously elated they agreed emphatically because they had witnessed the gross violations of the speed laws and stop signs and the amount of traffic we experience on this street,” said Benz resident Tony Natoli. “I do hope it works. It will work.” Benz was built by the county decades ago, before the city of Santa Clarita formed. The residential street, which fronts about 26 homes, became a cut-through when Copper Hill Drive opened to Bouquet Canyon Road, a major route for city traffic. Benz now handles about 3,300 cars a day. The residents, who voice support for the plight of their neighbors on Benz, say the new signs will block direct access to their neighborhood. “They’re robbing Peter to pay Paul,” said Ogo Johnson, who lives on Cross Creek Drive. “I’m going to have to drive a mile and a half to get to our home,” said Bob McCall, a Cross Creek neighbor. Yi said that option would affect other residential streets unfairly, restrict access in the neighborhood and create a trap situation. Yi met informally with a few of these residents Feb. 22 and hammered out the plan he presented as an option to the council Tuesday. Many who did not attend the February community meeting said they were disappointed in Tuesday’s outcome. “We feel disenfranchised, we’re not part of the city,” Johnson said. Many said they will to look to the county for relief. Yi will need the county’s OK to place signs on Copper Hill and Buckhorn, which are county-controlled. Ferry faulted the county for its failure to foresee the Benz headache, and praised the civic mindedness of its long-suffering residents. “If (the county) knew (about) the Benz extension to Copper Hill they should have planned it differently,” he said. “I truly want to mediate the two neighborhoods and make them happy. The Benz people keep giving me 50 people at every meeting for three years.” Judy O’Rourke, (661) 257-5255 email@example.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
EASTER RISING: The Rosses Community School in conjunction with Donegal County Council are hosting a Commemoration Day on 16th March 2016. In the morning the students will form a guard of honour from the school to the graveyard at Ionad Teampall Chroine where they will lay a wreath on the grave of Joe Sweeney. They will be led by a marching band, formed by the students of the RCS.Joe Sweeney (1897-1980) was born in Burtonport to John and Margaret Sweeney.He was educated in Burtonport national school, St. Eunan’s Letterkenny and St. Enda’s, Rathfarnham, Dublin which was founded by Padraig Pearse.Joe Sweeney joined the Irish Volunteers and fought in the GPO during the Rising. After the surrender, he was imprisoned in Stafford jail and Frongoch camp. He was elected to the first Dáil in 1919 and took an active role in the Irish War of Independence.At 10.30, proceedings will commence in the RCS Sports Hall.The public are invited to join the staff and students as we commemorate Easter 1916.There will be a reading of the Proclamation, talks by Emer Singleton, Donnchadh MacNiallais and Seosamh O’ Ceallaigh, John Gorman, as well as a short DVD on the life of Joe Sweeney.A CD of Songs and Poems related to the Easter Rising produced by the TY students, will also be launched on the day.This event has been sponsored by the Donegal County Council. It is hoped that many parents and members of the community will join the staff and students of the RCS to commemorate the Rosses connection to the Easter Rising.ROSSES COMMUNITY SCHOOL TO HONOUR EASTER RISING HERO JOE SWEENEY was last modified: March 8th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:1916Easter RisingFeaturesnewsrosses community school
5 = Crystal Palace won 13 points from losing positions 15 = Manchester United won seven points from losing positions 15 = Leicester City won seven points from losing positions 1. Liverpool won 18 points from losing positions 20 20 20. Middlesbrough won two points from losing positions in the 2016/17 season – click the arrow above, right, to find out where each Premier League team ranks 4. Hull City won 15 points from losing positions 5 = Chelsea won 13 points from losing positions 20 20 20 20 20 14. Watford won eight points from losing positions 20 13. Arsenal won nine points from losing positions 20 8 = Southampton won 11 points from losing positions 20 20 20 3. Everton won 16 points from losing positions 8 = Swansea City won 11 points from losing positions 20 20 20 20 18 = Burnley won three from losing positions 18 = Stoke City won three points from losing positions 10 = West Ham United won 10 points from losing positions 2. Tottenham Hotspur won 17 points from losing positions 20 It says a great deal about a team’s mentality to fight back from going a goal down and plenty have done exactly that in the Premier League over the past 38 weeks.But who has been the best at recovering in the English top flight to add valuable points to the board?Scroll through the gallery above to find out which Premier League club won more points than any other rival from losing positions in the 2016/17 campaign. 10 = Manchester City won 10 points from losing positions 20 10 = Bournemouth won 10 points from losing positions 17. Sunderland won six points from losing positions 20 20 7. West Bromwich Albion won 12 points from losing positions
Red Hughs GAA NotesSenior menThe senior men crashed out of the championship on Saturday evening in O’ Donnell Park to neighbours Convoy. It was a really disappointing result for everyone involved.The team now will have to regroup and focus on their remaining league matches to try and consolidate their division 3 status.They now play Burt on Thursday evening at home Throw in 7pm and then away to Aodh Rua Ballyshannon on Saturday evening throw in 7.30pmUnder 21’s The under 21 lads now play Naomh Columba in the semi final of the under 21 b championship next Tuesday the 2nd of September venue and time T.B.C. Good luck to the lads and management.Minor BoardUnder 13 boysRed Hughs under 13 boys were unlucky to lose by a single point at the Cross to Glenfin. In a game that seen both teams dominate for long periods at a time. Final Score 4-6 to 3-10.Team: Mark McElhinney, Gareth McGill, Ruairi McBrearty, Aaron McGlinchey, Kieran Neeson, Kian Gallagher, Oisin McElhinney, Cody Lafferty, Jack Bradley, Darragh McMenamin, Dillon Carlin, Adam Sweeney, Ryan Coyle, Paul Doherty, O’Callaghan, Jack Gillespie Under 16 girlsThe girls are playing Letterkenny Gaels at home this TuesdayGolf ClassicOur Annual Golf Classic takes place on September 13th in B&S Golf Club. We would like to thank Killygordon Animal Health as main sponsor of the event. We are looking for €100 sponsors who will be displayed on board on entrance to course and also tee sponsors at €20 each or €50 for 3.Teams of 4 are €80 with each player getting a €5 meal voucher for golf club. Contact Andy 0876843311 or any of the club executive.Lotto & 100+ Club ResultsNumbers Drawn were 6,1,5,2,3,8,4,7, One lucky winner matched 4 numbers was Aiden Hannigan The Curragh Recieves €50Next weeks jackpot is €4325Number 91 Mary Gallagher Ballinaman was this weeks lucky winner of the 100+ club draw.Thanks to everyone for your continued support.CongratulationsCongratulations to Marie Mc Colgan & Maurice O Donnell who completed the Letterkenny half marathon and any other club member we may not have heard about. Well done all.Melissa Hamilton Memorial 5kMellissa’s funday & 5k run/walk will take place on Sunday the 7th of September. Full details will be in next weeks notes.Good LuckThe club would like to wish Stephen Mc Menamin and the county minor team the best of luck in their All Ireland semi final on Sunday in Croke Park and of course Jimmy and the boys.SympathyThe club extends their sympathy to the Carlin family Ballinacor and the Gallagher family Cavan Lower on their recent bereavements.Semi final TicketsThe tickets for Sunday’s big games will be given out at the club house on Wednesday evening at 8.30pm All tickets must be paid for on collection.Club MeetingA very important club meeting will held on Wednesday evening at 9pm all executive club members are asked to attend. All club members welcome.GAA NEWS: RED HUGHS EXIT JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP AFTER DEFEAT BY CONVOY was last modified: August 26th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:GAANoticesRED HUGHS.Sport
160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! PASADENA — Along with the higher temperatures expected next week comes renewed concern over the fire danger level in Angeles National Forest. Meteorologists expect an increase in winds from the northeast to raise temperatures and lower humidity levels, which combine to provide dangerous fuel for wildfires. But officials said the fire danger is slightly less than last week considering the winds are expected to be weaker. Temperatures could reach the mid-90s by the middle of next week. Last week, the U.S. Forest Service upgraded the fire danger level from high to very high, the first time this year the forest has received a very high caution, said Kathy Peterson, spokeswoman for the Angeles National Forest. “Very high” is the third-highest caution level used by the forest service, with critical and extreme being the highest two levels. Peterson said she expects the danger level to remain at very-high for a month or longer. October is traditionally the most dangerous month for wildfires. Not only do winds from the San Gabriel Mountains bring higher temperatures and lower humidity, they also often ignite wildfires by blowing embers from abandoned campfires, which can spark an “enormous” amount of dead brush in the forest, said Matt Mathes, spokesman for the U.S. Forest Service in California. Since air moves from high- to low-pressure systems, next week’s high-temperature, low-humidity winds are caused by an offshore flow of air from the high-pressure system over land to the low-pressure system over the ocean. The pressure systems were flopped last weekend, creating cooler weather as cold air formed over the ocean moved onto land.
OAKLAND — Warriors center Kevon Looney, who was declared out for the NBA Finals on Tuesday, has been re-evaluated and cleared to play in Game 4 on Friday night against the Toronto Raptors at Oracle Arena.Looney missed Wednesday’s Game 3 due to a non-displaced first costal cartilage fracture from Game 2.“Kevon’s going to give it a go tonight,” Warriors coach Steve Kerr. “So, (after) further evaluation, a second opinion, and then a lot of research and making sure that there’s no long-term risk …
Zack Semke is the manager of business development at Hammer & Hand, a company specializing in high-performance building with offices in Washington and Oregon. Air managementThe air barrier for the project is a layer of OSB with taped seams (A), sandwiched between the existing 2Ã—4 stud wall and a new 2Ã—4 wall built immediately inboard. This location protects the air barrier from inadvertent occupant damage (nail holes from hanging artwork, for example) on into the future. This is the third of four posts delving into the anatomy of high-performance wall assemblies, beginning with the Karuna House in Oregon. This week’s post explains our approach at the Glasswood Passive House Retrofit. RELATED ARTICLES Creating High-Performance WallsHigh-Performance Walls, Part 2High Performance Walls, Part 4 Vapor managementBoth the OSB and EPS are vapor retarders, making the assembly semi-vapor permeable in both directions (B). The EPS warms the structural plywood sheathing so that moisture remains in vapor form and can diffuse out of the assembly harmlessly. The ventilated rainscreen cavity (A) adds modest drying capacity to this semi-permeable assembly, but its main purpose in this context is to dry the cladding and facilitate drainage of bulk water. Heat managementThe two 2Ã—4 stud walls (B) are filled with high-density cellulose insulation for a combined center of cavity insulative value of R-26. Two inches of continuous EPS foam insulation (A) adds another R-9 to the assembly, and is only modestly thicker than the exterior insulation required by code. The sum of these three layers of insulation, plus sheet goods and air films, is R-33 (whole wall) or R-39 (center of cavity). Water managementThe Hardie siding (A) provides the first line of defense from water intrusion, with a rainscreen cavity (C) behind that allowing water to drain away. A layer of 60-minute building paper (B) provides the next line of defense, while a continuous layer of DensGlass sheathing immediately outboard of the EPS serves as the final water barrier and adds code-required fire resistance to the assembly. A little extra insulation, a second stud wall, and a bit of attention to detail on air sealing brought a code-required envelope retrofit into Ã¼ber-efficient Passive House territory.Next: The grand finale in our Evolution of Enclosure wall assembly series covers the Madrona Passive House. All four analyses are part of our building science exhibit, “Evolution of Enclosure,” that recently completed a 5-week showing at AIA Portland’s Center for Architecture. As a Passive House retrofit project (the first such effort on a commercial building in North America), Glasswood presented unique opportunities and challenges to solve for its high-performance wall assembly design. Because code already required new exterior insulation, structural sheathing, and added fire resistance, the extra effort to attain Passive House certification — air sealing and thicker insulation — was modest. But the team did need to figure out what to do with the existing stud wall.
Cheteshwar Pujara smashes 8th Test hundred as India set NZ 475-run target Cheteshwar Pujara scored his sixth hundred in India and his second against New Zealand.ICC to present Test mace to India after Indore Test ICC announced that India will be presented with Test championship mace after the end of the third and final Test against New Zealand.We represent the nation, you protect the nation: Sachin to Armed forces Sachin went on to underline how an army officer performing at war front against Pakistan can inspire sportsmen to more wins.World Cup qualifiers: Wayne Rooney dropped for England trip to Slovenia Wayne Rooney, who turns 31 later this month, was booed by a minority of home fans late on in the 2-0 victory over Malta at Wembley that left England top of their group with two wins.Belgium, Portugal and France run riot in European World Cup qualifying Belgium, Portugal score six each past Gibraltar and Faeroe Islands respectively while France defeated Netherlands by three goals to nil.