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Azan TV beat i3H Emerging Talent By our correspondent KARACHI: Azan TV defeated i3H Emerging Talent by 10 runs in their match of the 22nd Dr MA Shah Night Trophy here at the Asghar Ali Shah Stadium on Friday night. Azan TV posted 166-9 in the allotted 20 overs with Sami Afridi scoring a fine 84 off 57 balls, striking 11 fours and three sixes. Furqan Khalil belted a 21-ball 23 with two fours and a six. Qaiser Atiq made a valuable 12-ball 21 with four fours. Spinners Zaki Khan got 4-21 and Waseem Dilawar captured 3-29. i3H Emerging Talent, in response, were restricted to 156-9. Sufyan Khan hit a 38-ball 42 with two fours and one six. Dedar Azeem chipped in with a 26-ball 35 with four fours and a six. Waseem Dilawar cracked 33 off 17 balls, hammering four fours and two sixes. Ali Khan, Hamza Ansari, Hanan Achakzai and Rabish Ahmed got two wickets each. Haider stars as KG demolish Acme Technologies By our correspondent KARACHI: Haider Ali spun hosts Karachi Gymkhana to an emphatic 56-run victory over Acme Technologies in their Group B encounter of the 32nd edition of the Omar Associates Karachi Gymkhana Ramazan Festival Twenty20 Cricket Tournament 2016 here at the Karachi Gymkhana Cricket Ground on Saturday. The Karachi Gymkhana left-arm spinner Haider (4-12), adjudged Man of the Match, tormented the Acme Technologies innings as they were bundled out for 106 in 17.4 overs while set a target of 163 in 20 overs. Off-spinners [Read More…]
If you’re a cat lover and willing to make a career out of petting cats, an Irish veterinary clinic might have just the right job for you. Just Cats clinic in Dublin is hiring a full-time professional “cat cuddler” who has “gentle hands capable of petting and stroking cats for long periods of time.” Purr-Worthy Job for crazy cat lover at @justcatsdublin Apply at : https://t.co/01vtpkP6bi pic.twitter.com/5YFo0fd3Yr — Just Cats Vet Clinic (@JustCatsDublin) May 23, 2017 “Are you a crazy cat person and love cats? Does cattitude come naturally to you? Do you feed the stray cats in your locality?” Dublin’s sole cats-only vet clinic wrote in the job advert posted online. “If you answer yes to some or all of these questions, how about working with cats as a full time job at Just Cats Veterinary Clinic?” Meet Simba, king of the house! According to the ad, the ideal candidate needs to be soft-spoken and “capable of cat whispering to calm the nerves of some of our in patients.” It adds that the ability to understand different types of purring would be an added advantage that might help applicants secure the job. However, qualifications recognised by the Veterinary Council of Ireland would be a must to apply. The posting has been viewed more than 7,000 times on the advertisement site. This post originally appeared on Time magazine’s Money section The post Want to get paid to cuddle cats all day? appeared first on The Express Tribune. Click for detailed [Read More…]
DUBLIN: Mashrafe Mortaza was a satisfied captain after Bangladesh swept aside Ireland to win their first match in the ODI tri-Series. A much-improved bowling performance, after Mortaza won the toss, put the Tigers in control and they knocked off the 182 runs required for victory inside 28 overs, for the loss of just two wickets, with Soumya Sarkar finishing 87 not out from 68 balls with 11 fours and two sixes. England wary of Ireland threat “We didn’t take early wickets in the last match but this time the bowlers did a really good job and that’s something we are looking for all the time,” said Mortaza. “Winning the toss was crucial as there was some moisture and both fast bowlers used it well.” Mustafizur Rahman took the wicket of the dangerous Paul Stirling with his third ball, and although Rubel Hossain did not take a wicket his pace and movement consistently troubled the Ireland batsmen. The introduction of Mosaddek Hossain accounted for Ireland captain William Porterfield and when Shakib also struck in his second over, Ireland were 61-3. Ed Joyce, playing his first match of the series, and Niall O’Brien, who scored a century against New Zealand in their previous match, led a recovery of sorts. However, Mustafizur returned to have O’Brien caught at third man, inches inside the boundary, and when Joyce followed in the next over, the first international wicket for debutant slow left armer Sunzamul Islam, Ireland were back in trouble at 126-5. Mustafizur added the wickets [Read More…]
AUCKLAND: Tom Latham has been appointed New Zealand captain for one-day matches against Ireland and Bangladesh ahead of the Champions Trophy, New Zealand Cricket said on Thursday. The 25-year-old opening batsman will step in for usual captain Kane Williamson, who has commitments in the Indian Premier League (IPL). Vice-captain Tim Southee will also still be playing in the IPL when the triangular series starts in Ireland on May 12. “Tom has been a leader within the side for a while now and this is a chance to continue his development in that area,” selector Gavin Larsen said in a statement. “It’s a great learning opportunity for Tom and a chance for other squad members to take on a bigger leadership role too.” Fast bowler Seth Rance and all-rounder Scott Kuggeleijn, who was drafted into the Test squad last month but did not play, could make their ODI debuts during the series. Pace bowler Neil Wagner could also make his ODI debut during the series. “This is a fantastic opportunity to give new players a taste of international cricket, as well as reward guys who have pushed their way back into contention,” said Larsen. Click for detailed story
DUBLIN: Rain delayed toss for the second and last ODI between Pakistan and Ireland scheduled today at the Village Stadium. Pakistan won the first ODI of the series in what was their biggest One-day International victory in terms of runs. Sharjeel Khan’s sizzling 152 and Imad Wasim’s maiden five-wicket haul on Thursday helped Pakistan win the match. Imad bowled out the home team for a paltry 82 after Pakistan had posted 337 in a match that was reduced to 47 overs because of wet conditions. Alongside Imad, another young all-rounder – Mohammad Nawaz – also sparkled in Thursday’s win against Ireland. Nawaz, also a left-hander, hit 53 off 50 balls to make his presence felt. Click for detailed story