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Keble PemBroken

first_imgBefore the Blues game against Oxfordshire on Friday evening, it was the turn of the colleges to try 20/20 cricket as last year’s cuppers winners Pembroke defeated Keble by 7 wickets. Coloured clothing and music may have been the order of the day but Pembroke’s victory was largely thanks to a disciplined bowling and fielding performance. Having won the toss and elected to field Pembroke skipper Paul Ramsay led the way making a breakthrough with his third ball removing Booth for a single. When Chris Stearn nicked his next ball to Jonathon Fennell at slip, Keble were reeling at 3-2. They took time to recover with captain Rafe Roylands (23) and Ross Bland (14) putting on 31, but were unable to score quickly. Ramsay, who finished with figures of 4-1-10- 2, was ably supported by offspinner Adam Hunter (4-1-6-2). A rally from Stuart Drury (29) and Alan Bannister (22) boosted the Keble score to a competitive 116 with 31 runs coming from the last two overs. Keble required early wickets to put pressure on the Pembroke but had to wait until the eighth over when Dan Fox was caught superbly at backward point by Booth off the bowling of Stearn for 13. Any hope of a Keble fightback faded with Laurence Parker-Brown (39) and Nick Warrillow (22) adding 44 runs for the second wicket in just 6 overs effectively ended any Keble resistance. Warrilow fell in the 14th over, attempting to repeat a huge six off Roylands getting stumped by Tim Oliver in the process, the same bowler finding the edge to remove Parker-Brown two overs later. Fennell and Tom Bullock required just 3 overs to score the remaining 23 runs, with Fennell squrting the winning run to third man with on over to spare.ARCHIVE: 6th week TT 2004last_img read more

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first_imgMcDougalls (Addlestone, Surrey) has reduced the fat content in its High Yield Pastry Mix and Shortcrust Pastry Mix by 22% as part of its ’Healthier Promise’ campaign.The mixes can be used to create a range of snacks for the bakery market, including cheesy chicken and leek pasties, and steak and kidney or steak and ale pies. They are also available in Puff and Choux Pastry varieties. The mixes contain no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives and are suitable for vegetarians.last_img

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West Donegal school ‘singing in the rain’ after grant for resurfacing

first_imgA West Donegal school is to receive funding for resurfacing of its yard and parking area.Parents and teachers at Liunnagh NS in Gaoth Dobhair constantly faced a problem of large pools of water when it rained.Local county councillor Micheal MacGiolla Easbuig raised the issue and met with a roads engineer form the council in January 2016 to discuss the issue. Now a total of €78,000 has been allocated to sort out the issue.Cllr Mac Giolla Easbuig welcomed the funding.He said “This is mostly down to the school community who continued to keep this on the agenda, council staff and all six councillors who got behind the issue. Well done again to the school community,” he said.Work will start next year on the project. West Donegal school ‘singing in the rain’ after grant for resurfacing was last modified: October 19th, 2017 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Gaoth DobhairLiunnagh NSResurfacingSCHOOLlast_img read more

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