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Openers perish to leave WI with uphill task

first_img SRI LANKA 1st innings To bat: J Blackwood, D Ramdin, *J Holder, D Bishoo, J Taylor, K Roach, S Gabriel Fall of wickets: 1-33 (Brathwaite), 2-49 (Hope). Bowling: Prasad 4-3-4-0, Pradeep 5-0-29-0, Herath 8-2-14-2, Kaushal 4-1-91-0. Position: West Indies trail by 418 runs with eight wickets intact. Toss: Sri Lanka. UMPIRES: Marais Erasmus, Richard Illingworth; TV – Simon Fry. (overnight 250 for two) D. Karunaratne c and b Samuels 186 D. Chandimal c Blackwood b Taylor 151 *A. Mathews c & b Holder 48 M. Siriwardana c wk Ramdin b Taylor 1 +K. Perera b Gabriel 23 D. Prasad c Holder b Bishoo 13 R. Herath lbw b Bishoo 0 T. Kaushal not out 9 N. Pradeep c Gabriel b Bishoo 0 Extras (b4, lb5, w5, nb6) 20 TOTAL (all out, 152.3 overs) 484 Fall of wickets: 1-56 (Silva), 2-101 (Thirimanne), 3-339 (Karunaratne), 4-425 (Chandimal), 5-427 (Siriwardana), 6-448 (Mathews), 7-467 (Prasad), 8-467 (Herath), 9-475 (Perera), 10-484 (Pradeep) Bowling: Taylor 20-4-65-4, Roach 19-3-57-2, Holder 21-4-36-1, Gabriel 20-2-76-1, Samuels 27-4-84-1, Bishoo 40.3-2-143-4, Brathwaite 5-0-14-0. K. Brathwaite lbw b Herath 19 S. Hope b Herath 23 D.M. Bravo not out 15 M. Samuels not out 7 Extras (nb2) 2 TOTAL (2 wkts, 21 overs) 66 Karunaratne extended his domination into day two, collecting boundaries on either side of the wicket off Taylor in the day’s fifth over to pass 150 for the second time in Tests. The left-hander was largely untroubled and looked to be marching towards a maiden double hundred when he tugged an innocuous short delivery from part-time off-spinner Samuels back to the bowler to fall three overs before lunch. Chandimal, meanwhile, played positively to reach three figures, about 40 minutes before the interval. He moved into the 80s with a boundary in separate overs off seamer Kemar Roach but was then dropped for the second time in his innings on 82 when Jermaine Blackwood failed to hold on to a chance at point off speedster Shannon Gabriel in the first over of the bowler’s first spell of the morning. Unfazed by the let-off, Chandimal whipped Bishoo to the mid-wicket boundary before punching Gabriel over mid-off for another four to record his second straight century in Galle. SCOREBOARD Rocking on 49 for two, the Windies were steadied by left-hander Darren Bravo, unbeaten on 15, and Marlon Samuels, on seven not out, who safely navigated their way to the close. Heading into a pivotal third day, West Indies are still adrift by 418 runs with eight wickets intact. Earlier, big centuries from Karunaratne (181) and Chandimal (151) laid the foundation for Sri Lanka’s dominance after the hosts resumed the day on 250 for two. The pair extended their overnight third-wicket stand of 149 to 238 before being separated, as Sri Lanka controlled the morning session to add 94 runs for the loss of just one wicket. The left-handed Karunaratne, unbeaten on 135 overnight, posted a career-best knock, facing 354 balls in a shade over eight hours at the crease, and striking 16 fours and a six. Chandimal, meanwhile, who was 72 not out at the start, completed his fifth Test century with an innings which included 16 fours and two sixes and lasted 298 balls and six and a half hours. Captain Angelo Mathews chipped in with a breezy 48 off 65 deliveries, adding a further 86 for the fourth wicket with Chandimal. Once Karunaratne fell before lunch, however, Sri Lanka declined to lose their last eight wickets for 145 runs. Leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo finished with four for 143 from a marathon 40 overs, while fast bowler Jerome Taylor picked up two for 65.center_img Almost a double century GALLE, Sri Lanka (CMC): West Indies lost both their openers cheaply in the final hour to suffer a major setback after big centuries by Dimuth Karunaratne and Dinesh Chandimal had given Sri Lanka command of the opening Test here yesterday. Facing a massive challenge after Sri Lanka piled up a massive 484 in their first innings, West Indies were further undermined by the quick departures of Kraigg Brathwaite (19) and Shai Hope (23) to the left-arm spin of Ragana Herath to close the second day at the Galle International Stadium tentatively placed on 66 for two. The pair added 33 for the first wicket before Brathwaite missed an arm ball, was struck on the back leg and adjudged leg before wicket after just over 36 minutes at the crease. He had earlier had a similar decision overturned on review, on 14. Hope, in only his fourth Test, played authoritatively for just over an hour and struck three fours but perished when Herath got one to drift past his forward defensive prod, and hit off-stump, about 20 minutes before the close. WEST INDIES 1st Innings SMOOTH SAILINGlast_img read more

Pogba exit rumours are lies, Mourinho

first_imgThat has prompted reports that Pogba could be on his way out of Old Trafford at the end of the season, although when asked about the rumours, Mourinho angrily denied them.“I think you are nice with your words – because when you say lot of speculation you should say a lot of lies. Don’t be nice, be objective and say lies,” said Mourinho.“It’s a big lie that our relation is not good, it’s a big lie that we don’t communicate, a big lie that we don’t agree with his positions and his involvement in the dynamic of the team.“It’s easy and honest and objective to say Paul didn’t play well against Newcastle but some of the guys they are paid millions, don’t let people read things that are not true.“It’s my problem and Paul’s problem to improve his performance level, you don’t need to be a liar.”Rather than losing a midfielder, Mourinho’s focus in the summer is going to be boosting his options in the middle of the park, with Michael Carrick due to retire.“We need to sign a midfield player because we are going to lose Michael Carrick,” he added.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Paul Pogba has been an integral cog in Manchester United’s machineLONDON, Feb 17 – Jose Mourinho has labelled speculation that Paul Pogba wants to leave Manchester United this summer as “lies”.United splashed out £90million to re-sign Pogba from Juventus 18 months ago, yet the French international has struggled to produce a consistent run of form, particularly over recent weeks.last_img read more

FOUR DONEGAL BUSINESSES ON €13.7MILLION TAX DEFAULTERS’ LIST

first_imgA total of four Donegal businesses feature on the latest tax defaulters’ list.The 100-strong list, published by the Revenue Commissioners, made settlements totalling €13.77 million.Top of the Donegal list with a settlement of €106820 was Mac Machinery of Newtowncunningham which specialises in construction and civil engineering supplies. Steven Cole, an agricultural contractor from Trentaboy, Drumkeen paid out a total of €36395 while builder Seamus Gallagher of Portnoo Road, Ardara settled with Revenue for a sum of €43176.Joseph Brennan, a filling station and shop proprietor of 53 Orchard Drive handed over €25,299.FOUR DONEGAL BUSINESSES ON €13.7MILLION TAX DEFAULTERS’ LIST was last modified: March 15th, 2014 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:donegaltax defaulters listlast_img read more