Nepal’s Sundeep Jora youngest man to hit T20 International fifty

first_imgNepal’s Sundeep Jora became the youngest man to score a fifty in T20 Internationals. Aged 17 years and 103, days Jora scored 53 not out off 46 balls in a T20I match against UAE in Dubai. However, Jora’s heroics could not stop UAE from winning the match by 21 runs.Chasing 154, Nepal were never really in the hunt but Sundeep Jora’s knock laced with three boundaries and one six gave the team some hope.Skipper Paras Khadka scored 25 off 25 but Nepal fell short.Nepal’s Sundeep Jora has become the youngest man to score a T20I fifty at the age of 17 years, 103 days with 53* on debut, but it wasn’t enough to stop UAE claiming a 21-run victory in the 1st T20I in Dubai.#UAEvNEP scorecard (@ICC) January 31, 2019This has turned out to be a great month for Nepal cricket.On January 26, Rohit Paudel, at 16 years and 146 days, scored 55 off 58 in an ODI against UAE to become the youngest half-centurion in international cricket in any format.The record was previously held by Sachin Tendulkar, who had scored 59 in a Test against Pakistan at the age of 16 years and 213 days.On January 28, Paras Khadka became the first Nepal batsman to score a hundred in international century. Thanks to his 109-ball 115, Nepal went on to win their first ever ODI series.last_img read more


first_imgSome recent fun by members of Sioux City’s Professional Fire Fighters Local 7 resulted in a donation to the Muscular Dystrophy Association.Firefighter Union Secretary Josh McClure presented the proceeds from their 4th annual “Corn Hole Tournament” to M-D-A:Audio Player Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.OC…….Dystrophy Association. :14Madison Arrowsmith accepted the check on behalf of M-D-A:Audio Player Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.OC…….back to the community. :17The International Association of Firefighters has partnered with the MDA for over 60 years.Local 7 has donated over $110,000 to various charities in the last 10 years as well as thousands of volunteer hours.last_img read more

Government to strengthen Customs Marine Department

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, July 10th 2017: Acting Prime Minister and Finance Minister, Peter Turnquest says government is looking into strengthening the Customs Marine Department. Speaking at the U.S. Coast Guard Small Boat Operations 1 Course Closing Ceremonies at the Customs Building, Minister Turnquest says procurement of additional resources have commenced following recommendations received by the department. He says the “additional equipment will ensure that members of the unit can carry out their tasks in a safe manner.”Thanking the U.S Embassy for facilitating the training provided, the minister says his government recognised “the borders were very porous” and the need to have “effective deployment of law enforcement and revenue enforcement personnel” were important to securing borders from illegal activities, narcotics, as well as government revenue.”To date, the unit comprises of 19 officers, while six vessels are used by the unit to patrol New Providence, Grand Bahama and Exuma. Since its reestablishment in 2015, the Customs Marine Unit has been responsible for the seizure of 45 illegal vessels, and approximately $793,000 being deposited into the Public Treasury.As a result, the minister says it will look into working with the Comptroller and Senior staff at the department on working on short term measures on how staff can be augmented.Training facilitated by US Coast guard comprised of three areas, including the strengthening of customs management and capacity building, the modernisation of customs operations and implementation of the electronic single window, and the enhancement of the international trade institutional platform. Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppcenter_img #MagneticMediaNews#BahamasCustomsMarineUnitlast_img read more