RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter By News Highland – July 4, 2020 WhatsApp Facebook Google+ Quarantine requirements for people who travel abroad are set to remain in place until July 20th.It was expected a list of countries Irish people could go on holiday to, without needing to self-isolate when they return, would be published next week.However, the Irish Times reports plans for “air bridges” have been pushed back – and the advice will remain for people to avoid non essential travel.It’s after concerns from ministers that a rise in new cases here could put the full re-opening of schools in August into doubt.Ruth Andrews, chair of the Tourism Recovery Taskforce, says air bridges are badly needed to help the struggling sector:Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Travel-10am.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Pinterest Quarantine requirements for international travel to remain Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens further Twitter Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Previous articleOperation Navigation to run until July 20th with spot checks in pubsNext articleAnger among locals over lack of consultation on proposed road closure News Highland WhatsApp AudioHomepage BannerNews Facebook Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Google+ Pinterest Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows
By Lonnie WheatleyDODGE CITY, Kan. – Just as the summer temperatures continue to intensify, so do the championship points battles at Dodge City Raceway Park.And it will continue on Saturday night, July 14 with another round of action atop the 3/8-mile clay oval in southwest Kansas featuring the IMCA Modifieds, IMCA SportMods, IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars and IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks.Saturday’s racing action will go green at 7:30 p.m.Admission is $15 for adults while children 11 and under are admitted free when accompanied by an adult. Pit passes are $30.The DCRP Sprint Cars have this weekend off and will return to action on the July 27 Driver Appreciation Night.
For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: When overseas teams came to Perth for a Test match, they would be greeted by the intimidating pace, bounce and the Fremantle Doctor wind of the WACA. The second Test between India and Australia saw some new things. The wicket was green and it provided movement and bounce. However, the day witnessed a triumphant homecoming for a youngster who was dubbed ‘mediocre’ by the current national coach. Marcus Harris gave a wonderful exhibition in front of his home fans and guided by fifties from Travis Head and Aaron Finch helped Australia to 277/6 at stumps on Friday. India might have been slightly undone by the nature of the wicket, considering the fact that Hanuma Vihari, their part-time spinner took two wickets. The Indians, though, encountered an Australian outfit determined to play more confidently after their defensive batting in the Adelaide Test. Tim Paine won the toss and had no hesitation in batting. Finch and Harris, who had struggled in Adelaide, dug in and scored runs at a steady pace. Ishant Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami were getting plenty of assistance from the wicket but both batsmen hung in. Harris, in particular, grew in confidence and he got going with two boundaries off Ishant. Umesh Yadav, who was brought in as the replacement for Ravichandran Ashwin who missed this game due to a side strain, looked rusty and Harris found the fence regularly.Read More | India vs Australia 2nd Test highlights: Hosts 277/6 at stumpsIndia worked hard to get the wicket and Mohammed Shami’s LBW appeal against Finch was turned down. India took the referral but the ball showed to be missing the stumps. After the lunch break, Harris reached his maiden fifty and it was a triumphant return back to his home state. It was sweeter considering he made in front of Justin Langer, the current Australian coach and his coach in Western Australia where he had labeled him “mediocre with flashes of brilliance.” Finch reached his fifty and it was a welcome relief for him after his struggles in Adelaide. The 112-run stand was only the second century opening stand for Australia in Tests in 2018.Read More | Watch – Virat Kohli takes a brilliant catch, India fight vs AustraliaHowever, the partnership ended when Jasprit Bumrah trapped Finch LBW for 50. This galvanised India and they dried the runs up in the second session.Middle order wobblesUsman Khawaja was under immense pressure due to the sustained consistency off Bumrah and the batsman paid the price. Umesh, who had looked rusty, got the wicket when Khawaja (5) chased after a short and wide ball and the edge flew to Rishabh Pant. Harris (70), who had also weathered some fine bowling, was lured by a flighted ball from Vihari and the edge flew to Rahane at slip who took a sharp catch. Peter Handscomb (7) once again looked out of sorts and he tried to run a short ball from Ishant to third man but Kohli, standing at slip, leapt and took a stunning one-handed catch.Read More | Marcus Harris’ return to Perth fetches him maiden fifty in second TestWith Australia wobbling, it needed a solid stand from Shaun Marsh and Travis Head to revive Australia. Ishant and Umesh, operating in tandem, allowed the pressure to escape by bowling inconsistent lines and both batsmen found the boundary at will. The middle period, in which India were trying to get some cheap overs in before the second new ball, proved to be most productive for Australia as they scored at a healthy rate. Head, who hit a gritty 71 in the Adelaide Test, responded with his third fifty but the 81-run stand was broken when Marsh (45) edged Vihari to Rahane at slip to give the part-time offspinner his second wicket.India took the second new ball and Ishant immediately achieved success when Head flashed at a short and wide ball to hole out to third man for 58. However, Paine and Pat Cummins ensured that there were no hiccups towards the end as Australia ended strongly. The day, though, would be remembered for Harris’ wonderful homecoming.
Published on March 8, 2016 at 12:46 pm Syracuse is about to play it’s third game of the season against Pittsburgh after having lost the first two contests this season. It’s both team’s Atlantic Coast Conference tournament opener, and the game holds significant bearing on the Orange’s NCAA Tournament chances. Daily Orange beat writers Jesse Dougherty, Sam Blum and Matt Schneidman discuss below what Syracuse has to do against the Panthers to breathe more life back into its postseason hopes. Facebook Twitter Google+ Comments
4 January 2010The arrival of South Africa’s World Cup year, along with signs that the country has begun moving out of recession, bode well for SA’s property sector, says Seeff Properties chairman Samuel Seeff.In an article published on property investment website Realestateweb on Monday, Seeff said he expected South Africa’s hosting of the 2010 Fifa World Cup to have a positive effect on sentiment – although the effect on actual sales might only be felt in 2011.By placing South Africa in the international spotlight, the World Cup “will certainly open up the country to potential investors and buyers ,who cannot help but recognise that there is significant value in the cosmopolitan lifestyle we offer when compared to European destinations,” Seeff said.Luxury homes and villas on Cape Town’s “platinum strip” – which includes the world renowned areas of Camps Bay, Bantry Bay and Clifton – as well as apartments and penthouses at the V&A Waterfront, “still offer outstanding value for the many overseas visitors who find South Africa an appealing holiday destination.“In fact, we have just sold a Camps Bay villa for the highest price ever fetched in that area, to a European executive who owns an international brand, who was in Cape Town for the [2010 World Cup Final Draw].“On experiencing Cape Town for just a few days, he decided to purchase here instead.”South African coastal property gems are not restricted to Cape Town’s platinum strip, Seeff added.“One can purchase a four-bedroomed mansion alongside the links at Sunset Beach on the western seaboard coastline, which offers postcard views of Table Mountain and the ocean, for between R10- and R12-million, and equally outstanding homes are to be found in the coastal towns of Hout Bay and False Bay.”A “cautiously optimistic” Seeff predicted that 2010 would bring increased demand for the local property market, more sales, and “conservative price increases.“We will see more activity and more demand, which will translate into more sales, provided that banks keep their doors open to providing more finance.”SAinfo reporterWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo material