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Cricket News Michael Clarke feels Jasprit Bumrah will become best bowler in the world

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Former Australia captain Michael Clarke was effusive in his praise of Jasprit Bumrah, saying that the India pacer “will soon become the best bowler in the world” across three formats. Bumrah returned with figures of 6-33 to help India bundle out Australia for 151 in their first innings in the third Test.“He must be a great guy to play with and to captain. He doesn’t mind the pressure or the expectations. He wants to learn and is a workhorse not too long before he will become the best bowler in the world,” Clarke said on Sony Network.“In the next few months, Bumrah will be the number one bowler in all three formats.”Jasprit Bumrah took 6/33 and registered his third five-wicket haul as Australia were bowled out for 151, giving India a massive lead of 292 runs. It was indeed a surprise that Virat Kohli did not enforce the follow-on. Bumrah, along with Ravindra Jadeja, Mohammed Shami and Ishant Sharma chipped in with vital wickets at crucial times.Also Read | Yearender 2018: Virat Kohli’s list of dodgy decisions hurt Indian cricket teamFor Australia, none of their batsmen got going as their woeful year with the bat continued. However, in a sensational burst of bowling, Pat Cummins took four wickets for just four runs as Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara were dismissed for 0. India lead by 346 runs and an interesting day 4 is in prospect.Bumrah’s efforts on the third day of the Boxing day Test also made him the first bowler from the subcontinent to take a five-for or more in South Africa, England and Australia in the same year.He has so far picked up 45 wickets in nine Tests this year.(With inputs from PTI)  last_img read more


A.H. Fisher Diamonds Joins with Catholic Charities to Help Residents Hit…

first_imgRED BANK – The Monmouth County Board of Catholic Charities has joined with A.H. Fisher Diamonds for the 2013 Ray of Hope Gala Committee to raise funds to benefit area residents affected by Super Storm Sandy.Each year the gala supports Catholic Charities’ programs that provide temporary and permanent housing, trauma counseling, child and family counseling and addiction treatment. All of these programs will be involved in the disaster relief response efforts for those impacted by Sandy.The programs benefit people in need in Monmouth County, regardless of religious affiliation.The collaborative effort between A.H. Fisher Diamonds and the gala committee will raise funds that will benefit these programs and help individuals and families that suffered loss and/or damages as a result of the storm. The fundraiser is called, Shop for the Shore.Through Dec. 31, A.H. Fisher Diamonds will make the donations to Catholic Charities of:$50 for every purchase made over $500$100 for every purchase made over $1,000$1,000 for every purchase made over $10,000As an additional bonus, customers who spend a minimum of $500 will receive a $100 A.H. Fisher Diamonds Gift Card that can be redeemed toward a purchase at the store in 2013.For almost 10 years, the Red Bank-based A.H. Fisher Diamonds has proudly supported Catholic Charities’ Ray of Hope Gala.“It has been our pleasure to work with the Gala committee to raise funds that provide a variety of services to the residents in our communities who require assistance,“ said Alan Fisher, president of A.H. Fisher Diamonds.Fisher, a lifelong resident of the Jersey Shore, has many friends and customers who have been adversely affected by the devastation of Super Storm Sandy. As a way to help them and the thousands who need assistance, A.H. Fisher Diamonds will make these donations in collaboration with Catholic Charities and the Ray of Hope Gala.“For many years, Catholic Charities has helped people meet challenges, so it made sense for us to join forces with this established organization that already has an established network of programs that help people in our communities,” Fisher said .“Catholic Charities helps hundreds of residents every year in Monmouth County with challenges related to housing, mental health, specialized children’s services and addiction treatment,” said Robert Hodnett, associate director of Children’s and Family Services for Catholic Charities. “A natural disaster such as Hurricane Sandy adds to our area’s challenges, but we are fortunate to be able to incorporate our resources and work with our business partners like A.H. Fisher Diamonds to help those affected.“The Monmouth County Board of Catholic Charities will host the 16th annual Ray of Hope Gala on Friday, April 26, at Eagle Oaks Golf and Country Club in Farmingdale. Sponsorship opportunities are available.To learn more about the gala and Catholic Charities, visit www.catholiccharitiesternton.org/monmouth.last_img read more


Mallard’s Source for sports Team of the Week — Bia Boro

first_imgThe squad includes, back row, L-R, Caleb Morton, James Pihooja, Todd Cutler, Orang Momtazian, Flo Pariland, Sveta Tisma and Dan Szabo.Front, Steve Parish, Kai Korinth, Tim Mushumanski, Jason Leblanc and Erik Leslie. Bia Boro once again earned a trip to the winner’s circle after doubling Abacus 4-2 in the a thrilling Jackson’s Hole Master Men’s Indoor Soccer Final a tthe Soccer Quest facility.Bia Boro, advancing to the final with an 8-3 win over Jackson’s Hole, also won the title in 2011.Staff and management at Mallard’s Source for Sports would like to present Bia Boro with Team of the Week honours.last_img


June 10 2002 The May workshop has just completed

first_imgJune 10, 2002 The May workshop hasjust completed the five week program: one week seminar and four weeksof hands-on intensive. Rohan Loveland receives his diploma at morningmeeting in the vaults. [Photo & text: RL] May WorkshopperMalcolm Sutherland has decided to stay on and help develop and promotethe Arcosanti project. After the five-week workshop individuals can be considered for residency as avoluteer or employee. [Photo & text: RL]last_img


Rep Howrylak encourages community to submit input on mental health services

first_img Categories: Howrylak News Website will assist House task force in forming policy ideasState Representative Martin Howrylak today encouraged Oakland County residents to submit feedback to a House Task Force reviewing mental health services in Michigan.Rep. Howrylak, of Troy, said he hopes community members will participate by submitting their feedback. Citizens who have suggestions regarding veterans’ care, substance abuse treatment, mental health services, and training for law enforcement can submit their input online at www.house.mi.gov/CARES.“This is a valuable opportunity for the citizens in our community to share their ideas and personal experiences,” Rep. Howrylak said. “The information gathered during this process will help develop meaningful reforms to improve access to quality mental health care throughout the state of Michigan.”A bipartisan House panel was recently tasked with exploring ways to enable Michigan residents facing mental health challenges to live happier, healthier, and more independent lives. The Task Force established the www.house.mi.gov/CARES website to provide concerned citizens with an easy way to contribute to the public policy discussion.The House C.A.R.E.S. Task Force is named for the key elements the group hopes to address in mental health reform: Community, Access, Resources, Education and Safety. The Task Force is holding various public meetings throughout the state to receive input from individuals and tour treatment facilities to gain a better understanding of the challenges in the system.Meetings are currently scheduled at the following locations:Thursday, Aug. 17, at Hope Network Education Center, 775 36th St. SE in Grand Rapids, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.Monday, Aug. 21 at Mid-Michigan Community College, 1375 S. Clare St. in Harrison, at 1 p.m.Tuesday, Aug. 29, at Oakland Community Health Network, 2011 Executive Drive in Auburn Hills, from 2 to 4 p.m.### 09Aug Rep. Howrylak encourages community to submit input on mental health serviceslast_img read more