Surrey 24 for 0 trail Somerset 429 (Clark 3-75) by 405 runs Somerset will qualify for the Division One stage of this summer's new-look LV= Insurance County Championship format if they avoid defeat against Surrey at the Kia Oval this week and, on a weather-reduced second day, the Group Two leaders took significant steps towards that aim by reaching 429 all out in their first innings.
A Tory Councillor has apologised after he was filmed climbing his neighbour’s fence in a row over a tiny patch of land. A video showed the moment Lincolnshire County Councillor Colin Matthews screamed ‘do not touch my property’ at his neighbour Mark Ashwin on June 23.
A Lincolnshire county councillor has expressed regret following an angry confrontation with his neighbour over an ongoing boundary dispute in Sutton on Sea. Conservative councillor Colin Matthews, who represents the Alford and Sutton division, was seen on camera shouting with his face close to a neighbour, Mark Ashwin, during the confrontation last Wednesday evening.
The two neighbours are in an ongoing dispute over a 4mx2m strip of land A councillor who climbed over a fence in an ongoing land dispute with his neighbour has admitted it wasn't the right way to resolve the issue. Conservative Councillor Colin Matthews was involved in a confrontation with neighbour Mark Ashwin as he laid out a string line on Mr Ashwin's side of the fence in a bid to reclaim the 4mx2m parcel of land.
The two neighbours are in an ongoing dispute over a 4m by 2m parcel of garden A councillor who climbed a fence on a ladder to stake a claim to a disputed piece of garden concedes that it wasn't the right way to resolve the issue with his neighbour.
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Kyle Jamieson produced a seam-bowling masterclass as New Zealand seized the initiative on day three of the World Test Championship final against India. The 6ft 8in paceman from Auckland wrapped up sensational figures of five for 31 in 22 relentless overs as India were dismissed for 217 at the Ageas Bowl.
SOUTHAMPTON, England, June 17 (Reuters) - India named spinners Ravindra Jadeja and Ravichandran Ashwin in a five-man bowling attack for the inaugural world test championship final against New Zealand starting at the Hampshire Bowl on Friday. The pitch at the stadium on the outskirts of Southampton assists spin bowlers but rain started to fall on Thursday afternoon and more is forecast over the course of the match, prompting speculation that India might field only one slow bowler.
Cricket's long history tells us that if you mess with the game, it will kick you in the guts. England's selection at Edgbaston - based on the deeply flawed policy of rest and rotation - brought wrath from the gods, along with general derision from supporters and delight from the New Zealand players, who, pretty much to a man, picked off their opposite numbers with indecent ease.
The virtual festival was inspired by The Bedfordshire Festival of Music, Speech and Drama Youngsters from Bedford Road Primary School took part in the school's first ever Festival of Reading and Poetry. Inspired by The Bedfordshire Festival of Music, Speech and Drama the school decided to hold its own virtual festival, with 44 youngsters taking part.
Ravichandran Ashwin urged everyone to continue taking all necessary precautions to fight against the coronavirus pandemic.With the second COVID-19 wave rampant in India, seasoned off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin urged everyone in his state to continue taking all necessary precautions to fight against the pandemic.Ashwin quoted a tweet to point the grim situation in Tamil Nadu and also made an appeal to the citizens to get vaccinated as soon as possible.
Senior Indian umpire Nitin Menon has quit the IPL bubble for personal reasons.ESPNcricinfo understands Menon left for his home town of Indore earlier this week after his parents tested positive for Covid-19.Menon, the only Indian umpire on ICC's Elite Panel, stood in half a dozen matches in the Chennai leg of the IPL before he flew to Delhi where he was meant to officiate in four matches.
(Reuters) - India off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin said he is taking a break from the Indian Premier League (IPL) to support his family as India grapples with a massive surge in novel coronavirus cases.Ashwin, who plays for Delhi Capitals in the lucrative T20 tournament, made the announcement on social media following his team's Super Over victory against Sunrisers Hyderabad in Chennai on Sunday.
India star spinner Ravichandran Ashwin withdrew from the Indian Premier League on Sunday to support his family during the Covid-19 pandemic, dealing a significant blow to the glitzy tournament which is taking place despite the country battling rising death rates.Ashwin, 34, a key Test and ODI player, said he would be taking a break from playing in the lucrative T20 franchise tournament with the Delhi Capitals team.
To be a captain at T20 leagues like the IPL is a demanding job, and there are several variables at play.For starters, the player and his skill should fit into the first XI all the time, without affecting team balance.
England are on a reconnaissance mission ahead of the Twenty20 World Cup in India later this year as they take on Virat Kohli’s side in Ahmedabad across five matches, starting on Friday.