Baugh Jr scores unbeaten 54 at trial

first_imgCarlton Baugh Jr stroked an unbeaten 54 on yesterday’s second and final day of the Jamaica Scorpians fourth WICB Professional League trial match at Kensington Park.The diminutive wicketkeeper, who was dropped towards the latter part of last season after a series of poor scores, was the top scorer for Paul Palmer’s XI who played to a draw with Brandon King’s XI.Palmer’s XI ended on 183 for seven in their second innings after dismissing King’s XI for 238 in their first innings early yesterday.Palmer’s XI made 169 in their first innings.Other leading scorers for Palmer’s XI were Andre McCarthy, 37, pacer Sheldon Cottrell, 20, and leg-spinner Damion Jacobs, 17.Recent West Indies Under-19 captain, Ramaal Lewis, four for 35, led the way for King’s XI with fast bowlers Nicholson Gordon, Brian Buchanan and John Campbell claiming a wicket each.Earlier, Palmer’s XI, who resumed on 125 for three, were restricted by young pacer Rovman Powell, who finished with four for 40.Fast bowlers Marquino Mindley and Keno Wallace ended with two wickets apiece.The fifth and penultimate trial match, a three-day encounter, is set for Sabina Park starting next Wednesday.last_img read more

Northern Rockies Regional Municipality approves borrowing $55 million

first_imgVoter turnout for the referendum was approximately 19.6 per cent of eligible voters.The proposed projects include the completion of the recreation facility, development of a residential lot, upgrades to the airport and town hall, and the first phase of the Sewer Master Plan.$52,570,690 will be authorized to be borrowed after the final count on Monday, June 10.- Advertisement –last_img

Newcastle rebels prepare drastic measures to protest Mike Ashley’s rule

first_imgBut for the game against Wolverhampton Wanderers on Sky just a week later, the group are proposing a complete boycott.A spokesperson said: “The Magpie Group have consulted as many fans as possible to come up with our next phase of protests against Mike Ashley’s running of our football club.“We’ve read hundreds of emails and messages, organised public meetings to listen to what fans want and polled those in attendance to get a feel for the most popular courses of action.“Three basic principles came up time and again. Protesting his store, protesting at games, and emptying seats at games. Given the popularity of all of these options, we see no reason to choose one and will organise and promote them all. 3 Most Popular Football Stories scrap 3 LATEST tense Protests against Ashley’s ownership are becoming a regularity BEST OF Manager Rafa Benitez was forced to allow Dwight Gayle to leave for Salomon Rondon to come to the club, although the former West Bromwich Albion hitman has failed to score in the Premier League so far.The Magpie Group have urged fans to not allow protests to not get violent in the hope Ashley at least acknowledges the discontent on the Toon.“For those that choose not to partake in any of the events organised, we fully respect that decision and accept that a consensus will never be possible. It’s a personal choice. There is no reason for any animosity on the stands, on the streets or on social media.“Those fans that join protests and those that don’t, the team and the manager are Newcastle United. We all want what’s best for the club and do all we can to achieve this aim. Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions latest Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update Ashley alongside managing director John Charnley center_img 3 “The Magpie Group support everyone working for a better Newcastle United, however they feel is right. One man is working against Newcastle United and all of us that make the club. His only aim is to grow his retail empire at our cost.“Mike Ashley is the reason The Magpie Group was formed and we will continue to fight for a better future for Newcastle United.” Mike Ashley faces sitting in an empty St James’ Park if the latest in a long line of fan protests come to fruition.Protest organisation ‘The Magpie Group’ have urged supporters to miss the first 11 minutes of the West Ham United game on December 1. The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City gameday cracker “The games against Watford, Everton, Fulham and Liverpool will have a mix of pre and post match protests. For the home game against West Ham on December 1st we’re asking fans to enter the stadium 11 minutes after kick off. For the televised Sky game against Wolves on December 9th we’re advocating a total boycott.“We’re working on other activities we’re not currently in a position to make any public announcement on, but now it’s up to you. Democracy will win. The Magpie Group events that are well supported and effective will be more likely to be repeated in the new year.“Those that the wider fanbase choose not to back in significant numbers will be less likely to form part of the ongoing actions. We need as many volunteers and active participants as are willing.”In late September, fans orchestrated a protest ahead of the game against Leicester City as chants of “stand up if you hate Ashley” rang out from the terraces.The London-based business tycoon is accused of destroying the club by not pumping finances into a squad which desperately needs overhauling. revealed Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT Gerrard launches furious touchline outburst as horror tackle on Barisic sparks chaos Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ This banner was unveiled before the home game against Burnley last season last_img read more