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Broad, England rattle South Africa

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first_imgDURBAN, South Africa (AP):Stuart Broad rattled South Africa with three wickets as England had the world’s top-ranked team 137-4 in the first Test at stumps yesterday.After England posted 303 all out in its first innings at Kingsmead, Broad removed opener Stiaan van Zyl and South Africa captain Hashim Amla early in the home team’s reply. He returned to claim the prize wicket of AB de Villiers for 49 late on the second day.England led by 166 at stumps and had South Africa in a vulnerable position in Durban with its two best batsmen, Amla and De Villiers, out.”It was nice to hit that rhythm, but I’ll have to do it again tomorrow,” Broad said.Opener Dean Elgar was 67 not out and the key for South Africa on the third day with England eyeing a first-innings lead and a significant advantage at the start of the four-Test series.De Villiers hit seven fours and a six and was driving South Africa’s recovery from 14-2 and Broad’s first two strikes. But Broad forced an edge behind to wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow with a superb seaming-away delivery and England edged ahead.When offspinner Moeen Ali bowled Faf du Plessis, England was clearly in control at 113-4.Broad finished the day with 3-16. Elgar and the inexperienced Temba Bavuma, who was 10 not out, took South Africa carefully to the close.”I think we forget about the scoreboard,” South Africa’s Morne Morkel said. “That’s the best thing for us to do, and just play the best batting cricket we can.”It could have been even better for England after the dismissal of Van Zyl with the second ball of the innings, when he chose to leave a delivery from Broad that clipped his off stump.Amla was dropped by Bairstow on two, although that mistake didn’t cost England much. South Africa’s No. 3 fell to a nick off Broad and a catch by Bairstow after adding just five more runs.CONTROVERSIALCALLDe Villiers also had a second chance when on 11. He sent a low catch to Ben Stokes in the gully, who claimed the dismissal after diving forward and cupping his hands under the ball. Australian TV umpire Bruce Oxenford ruled the ball hadn’t carried. England’s fielders didn’t agree, and Broad said the England management thought it was “100 per cent out”.De Villiers threatened to make England pay, gathering momentum in an 86-run partnership with Elgar in the late afternoon before Broad’s third wicket – and his most important – halted South Africa again. Broad celebrated exuberantly as De Villiers trudged off.Earlier, England lost its last six wickets for 129 at the start of the day after being 179-4 overnight. The tourists expected to make much better progress with their deep batting line-up.SCOREBOARDEngland 1st Innings(Overnight: 179-4)Alastair Cook c Elgar b Steyn 0Alex Hales c De Villiers b Steyn 10Nick Compton c De Villiers b Morkel 85Joe Root lbw b Piedt 24James Taylor c De Villiers b Steyn 70Ben Stokes c Duminy b Morkel 21Jonny Bairstow c Elgar b Abbott 41Moeen Ali c De Villiers b Morkel 0Chris Woakes lbw b Morkel 0Stuart Broad not out 32Steven Finn lbw b Steyn 12Extras: (1b, 3lb, 1w, 3nb) 8TOTAL: (all out) 303Overs: 100.1Fall of wickets: 1-3, 2-12, 3-49, 4-174, 5-196, 6-247, 7-253, 8-253, 9-267, 10-303.Bowling: Dale Steyn 25.1-5-70-4, Kyle Abbott 24-4-66-1 (1nb), Morne Morkel 26-5-76-4 (2nb, 1w), Dane Piedt 16-2-63-1, Stiaan van Zyl 2-1-2-0, Dean Elgar 7-2-22-0.South Africa 1st InningsStiaan van Zyl b Broad 0Dean Elgar not out 67Hashim Amla c Bairstow b Broad 7A.B. de Villiers c Bairstow b Broad 49Faf du Plessis b Ali 2Temba Bavuma not out 10Extras (1lb, 1w) 2TOTAL: (for 4 wickets) 137Overs: 52Still to bat: J.P. Duminy, Kyle Abbott, Morne Morkel, Dane Piedt, Dale Steyn.Fall of wickets: 1-0, 2-14, 3-100, 4-113.Bowling: Stuart Broad 10-5-16-3, Chris Woakes 11-1-22-0, Moeen Ali 13-0-45-1, Steven Finn 10-1-34-0, Ben Stokes 7-1-19-0, Joe Root 1-1-0-0.Umpires: Aleem Dar, Pakistan, and Rod Tucker, Australia.Television umpire: Bruce Oxenford, Australia.Match referee: Ranjan Madugalle, Sri Lanka.Toss: Won by South Africa.last_img read more

No new schools to offer CAPE next year

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first_imgThe Education Ministry on Monday said it has no plans to add more schools to the list of existing ones that offer the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE). This is according to the Ministry’s Public Relations Officer, Murtland Haley. In a brief interview with this newspaper on Monday, Haley said no such plans were discussed. He, however, assured that if the Ministry so decides, the information will be shared with the media.The PRO reminded that this year for the very first time, students in Linden sat the examinations at the Christianburg Wismar Secondary.Statistics shared by the Ministry on CAPE results showed that nine students sat 25 subjects in total during the exam at that secondary school. Further, a pass rate of 92 per cent was recorded there.In Guyana, only 15 centres allow students to sit CAPE. These centres are found in only four of the 10 administrative regions.These regions and the centres are: 10 (Upper Demerara-Berbice) – Mackenzie High School, Christianburg Wismar Secondary; Six (East Berbice-Corentyne) – Berbice High, New Amsterdam Secondary, Guyana Private; Four (Demerara-Mahaica) – President’s College, Bishops’ High, Queen’s College, St Joseph’s High, St Rose’s High, St Stanislaus College, Marian Academy, Adult Education Association and Chase’s Academy; Region Three (Essequibo Islands-West Demerara) – West Demerara Secondary School.This year, during the months of May and June, 880 candidates from 10 secondary schools and five private institutions wrote the examinations in Guyana.Last year, 923 entries were received. Some 4224 subject entries were recorded in 2018 while 4223 were received this year. A pass rate of 93 per cent was maintained.This year, results for CAPE and the Caribbean Secondary Examination Certificate (CSEC) examinations were announced on August 14.An increase was noted in the number of candidates securing Grades One and Two passes, as students obtained a 100 per cent pass rate in 31 units along with 75 per cent or more in another 30 units.Bishops’ High secured this year’s best overall pass rates, having attained 98.44 per cent, within the public school system. Meanwhile, the Saraswati Vidya Niketan private school achieved a 100 per cent overall pass rate.The Ministry had listed former top CSEC performer Michael Bhopaul of Queen’s College as best CAPE student. Bhopaul secured Grade One passes in eight units, however, it was later disclosed that Shanomae Milling of St Rose’s High School is this year’s top student.Milling, according to the Ministry, wrote 11 units and achieved nine grade ones and two grade twos.last_img read more

EVOLVE MENSWEAR GOT THE BLUES….AND ANY OTHER COLOUR OF DENIM YOU WANT!

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first_imgAdvertLooking good in denim this Easter is all the rage.  And it just so happens that the Evolve Menswear Easter Denim sale is now on. Donegal’s leading menswear stockist has more than 100 styles in stock.Top Brands such as Tommy Hilfiger, G-Star, Eto, Mustang, Crosshatch, Gas, Jack and Jones, Levis & WranglerBuy 2 Sale Jeans for €49.95 with many more reduced to clear and also 10% off all footwear.And don’t forget with any purchase made, you will have the chance to win a EUR100 voucher. Draw takes place Easter Saturday evening.  EVOLVE MENSWEAR GOT THE BLUES….AND ANY OTHER COLOUR OF DENIM YOU WANT! was last modified: March 29th, 2013 by StephenShare 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:denim saleevolve menswearlast_img read more