MLA, FFIEC eyed in NAFCU January webcasts

first_img 4SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr NAFCU webcasts in January will focus on the proposed rule amending the Defense Department’s Military Lending Act requirements, which would affect all credit unions, and cybersecurity requirements from the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council.NAFCU Associate Director of Legislative Affairs and Military Liaison Quincy Enoch will host the MLA webcast, scheduled Jan. 13 at 2 p.m. Eastern. The proposed change in MLA implementation would apply a 36 percent military annual percentage rate cap to more consumer credit products and require credit unions to check all consumer credit applications against a DoD database to see if the rule’s provisions apply to them. Enoch will focus on the current rule’s provisions, what compliance issues would arise from the change and how NAFCU is working to reduce the associated compliance burden for credit unions. Attendees who register by Jan. 6 will save $100.Randy Romes, a principal at Clifton, Larson & Allen LLP, will speak about cybersecurity and the latest trends in cyber-fraud during a webcast scheduled Jan. 28 at 2 p.m. Romes will focus on the new cybersecurity governance requirements from the FFIEC and how to apply the requirements to credit unions’ management programs. Attendees who register by Jan. 21 will save $100. continue reading »last_img read more

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PNC to buy U.S. operations of Spanish bank BBVA

first_imgIn a statement, BBVA Group Executive Chairman Carlos Torres Vila said the deal was a “very positive transaction for all sides” and enhanced the Spanish group’s “already strong financial position.”“We will have ample flexibility to profitably deploy capital in our markets strengthening our long-term growth profile and supporting economies in the recovery phase, and to increase distributions to shareholders,” Torres Vila added.Having been approved by both companies’ boards, the deal is expected to close in mid-2021, with PNC as the surviving entity absorbing BBVA USA Bancshares and BBVA USA merging with PNC Bank.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – – Advertisement – Spanish financial group BBVA has agreed to sell its U.S. business, BBVA USA Bancshares, to PNC Financial Services Group for $11.6 billion, the American firm announced Monday.Headquartered in Houston, Texas, BBVA USA Bancshares has $104 billion in assets under management, with banking subsidiary BBVA USA operating 637 branches in Texas, Alabama, Arizona, California, Florida, Colorado and New Mexico. The new company will have a coast-to-coast presence in 29 of the 30 largest markets in the U.S., PNC said Monday.The all-cash deal is the second-largest U.S. banking acquisition since the 2008 financial crisis, according to Reuters, and values the American business at 19.7 times its 2019 earnings and 1.34 times its book value as of September 2020. The price represents almost 50% of BBVA’s current market capitalization.- Advertisement –center_img “Our acquisition of BBVA USA will accelerate our growth trajectory and drive long-term shareholder value through a strategic deployment of the proceeds from the sale of our BlackRock investment,” said PNC Chairman, President and CEO William S. Demchak. An ATM is shown at company headquarters for the PNC Financial Services at One PNC Plaza in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.Getty Imageslast_img read more

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Ian Wright sends message to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang over Real Madrid transfer move

first_imgAdvertisement Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is out of contract at Arsenal in 2021 (Picture: Getty)Ian Wright says he’s ‘praying’ that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang stays on at Arsenal but has wished the forward ‘all the best’ regardless of the decision he makes this summer. Aubameyang has established himself as one of the most deadly attackers in the Premier League since his £56million switch from Borussia Dortmund back in 2018 and the 30-year-old took over Arsenal’s captaincy in November after Granit Xhaka was stripped of the armband. But Aubameyang’s contract expires in 2021 and the Gabon international has been heavily linked with a move away from north London, with Real Madrid, Barcelona and Manchester United all monitoring the situation.AdvertisementAdvertisementThe Gunners are now weighing up whether to cash in on their star player in the summer or risk losing him for free in 12 months’ time. ADVERTISEMENT Ian Wright sends message to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang over Real Madrid transfer move Comment Wright understands why Aubameyang would be tempted to leave Arsenal (Picture: Getty)‘But if he did [leave]… if he was somebody that was tempted away, I’m not sure that people could really fault him at this stage because you look at Arsenal and the current plight, you have to say we’re going through a transitional period, coming off of [Arsene] Wenger, coming off of Unai Emery and now getting the coach that I believe is going to take us to the promised land.‘It depends totally on whether Aubameyang has the patience to wait for this to kick in but if he didn’t I’m not sure at his age what people could say, he’s somebody that deserves to be playing at a level where he’s able to win things. ‘Depending on his ambition, his people around him and what they’re saying to him, how much he loves the club – and I know he loves the club immensely – you have to pray that’s going to be enough for him to stay. ‘But I’m not gonna sit here and say anything other than I wish him all the best with what he does but I pray to God he stays at Arsenal.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing ArsenalEarlier this week, Xhaka – who Aubameyang succeeded as skipper – admitted it would be a ‘great loss’ if the attacker departed Arsenal.‘If that were to happen, it would, of course, be a great loss for the team and the club, the Arsenal midfielder told SportBild. AdvertisementAdvertisement ‘Auba is always dangerous and always good for a goal, and as a guy, he’s also really great. ‘He is always positive, optimistic, helpful and very professional.’Will Aubameyang still be an Arsenal player next season?Yes0%No0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your resultsFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For more stories like this, check our sport page.MORE: Gael Clichy blasts ‘typical Arsenal’ for ‘crumbling’ under Arsene WengerMORE: Arsenal fans convinced club have dropped Bukayo Saka contract hintcenter_img Tom OlverWednesday 20 May 2020 7:19 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link3.6kShares Aubameyang has been heavily linked with Real Madrid (Picture: Getty)Considering Aubameyang has entered the twilight years of his career, Wright understands why he may be tempted to leave for a club like Madrid, with more immediate ambitions of winning major silverware.However, the ex-Arsenal striker admits he is ‘praying to God’ that Aubameyang stays on for at least another year to continue working with Mikel Arteta.Asked whether he can see Aubameyang at Arsenal next season, Wright told SPORF: ‘I hope so.‘But if I’m gonna sit here and speak about Aubameyang at the stage of his career that he’s at, maybe wanting to win things, maybe one last chance and people are saying that Real Madrid are sniffing around him.‘He’s somebody with the way he’s scored goals in his career, he probably wants something to show for it… I know he’s won stuff in Germany. Advertisementlast_img read more

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​AMF backs coronavirus crisis tech winner with €29m placement

first_imgA close-up of one of Yubico’s security keys“It also feels good to be part of and invest in companies that help strengthen Sweden’s position as an innovation and technology country,” he said.AMF has announced a series of investments in unlisted Swedish companies since the COVID-19 crisis took hold, having earmarked large sums in particular to recapitalise struggling local firms with strong long-term prospects.Last month, it unveiled a new joint venture it was forming with bank SEB and FAM, the holding company of the Wallenberg foundations, through which SEK3.5bn would be invested in unlisted domestic firms under pressure from the pandemic-induced economic crisis.To read the digital edition of IPE’s latest magazine click here. Stina Ehrenswaard, chief executive officer and founder of Yubico, said: “With strengthened cash from a long-term Swedish owner such as AMF, we are now investing in new products and services and increased production capacity in Sweden.”AMF’s head of asset management Tomas Flodén said the pension fund had good prior experience investing in unlisted, growing technology firms – such as iZettle and Spotify – and he believed this new investment had the potential to generate strong, long-term returns for its customers. Sweden’s second-largest pension fund AMF announced a private placement investment of SEK300m (€29m) in Stockholm-based IT security firm Yubico, a company it said had seen revenue surge during the COVID-19 crisis.The SEK600bn Swedish blue-collar pension fund said Yubico counted nine of the world’s 10 largest IT firms among its customers, and that its ordinary-share investment in the company corresponded to around 5% of equity in the firm, making it Yubico’s fifth-largest shareholder.AMF said in a statement: “As more and more people work from home via the Internet, phishing attacks and online scams have also increased sharply.”The pension fund said Yubico’s main security product YubiKey – a physical security key for secure login to web services and mobile applications – had been proven to be the safest and most economical solution for securing user accounts online, according to numerous user studies, including Google research.last_img read more

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Results from the Roseau Valley Basketball League Playoffs

first_img Share 11 Views   no discussions Share On Wednesday April 11th, the Lily Valley Sharks defeated the R.C. Bullets by a final score of 79-68 pts, in game 1, of a best-of 3 quarter final. Both teams made the play-offs after struggling in the final games, to get in. The game began extremely poorly, with both teams struggling to get points, and scored only a combined 12 points, in 6 minutes. The game did begin to pick up some pace in the ending of the 1st quarter, going into the 2nd. Both teams continued to trade baskets but the sharks had opened up a 10 point lead within the 1st half, but it was brought down to 5 points at the end of the half. At the beginning of the 3rd quarter the sharks walked all over the bullets, as they had no answer. Bernard Mills tried his best to keep the bullets in the game, as he was without his favourite comrade, Garth Joseph, who will not be available for the entire playoffs. The Sharks continued to dominate the game, both offensively and defensively, and closing out with a very comprehensive 11 point win. Top performers for Sharks were; Mathias “Bagalaw” Douglas – 27 pts, 5 reb, 2 asts, 2 blks, Clinton “Boogie” Charles – 20 pts, 2 asts, Ray Charles – 11 pts, 3 reb and Craig St. Rose – 10 pts, 5 reb, 8 asts.Top performers for Bullets were Bermard “Milo” Mills – 29 pts, 9 asts, 3 reb, Ian “Ehor” Brumant – 16 pts, 4 asts and Larocque St. Jean – 8 pts, 3 reb.Next games scheduled games will be on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. – Fond Canie Rebels vs. Laudat Spartans – game 2 and Friday at 7: 30 p.m. – R.C Bullets vs. Lily Valley Sharks – game 2Dominica Vibes News Tweetcenter_img NewsSports Results from the Roseau Valley Basketball League Playoffs by: – April 12, 2012 Sharing is caring! Sharelast_img read more

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Messi’s jersey a dream come true for frontline nurse

first_img Coming out of the hospital early the next day, Wu received the good news, the report said. “I didn’t expect this wish to come true because I just wanted to encourage my son,” she said, adding that one of the reasons she had been inspired to join the fight against coronavirus in Wuhan is that she wanted to set a good example for her son, telling him that no difficulty can stop people from chasing their dreams. Since Feb 7, Wu has been working in Wuhan at Union Hospital affiliated with Tongji Medical College, which is treating critically ill patients, the report said. After she left home, her 8-year-old son, Lu Shu, has watched the news every day, worrying about his mother in the isolation ward, the report said. “Whenever I contact him through video calls, I always tell him I am safe here and I hope he can overcome the difficulties like I do, by studying hard and practicing well,” Wu said. She added that her son likes playing soccer and has been training at youth clubs in Hunan province since he was 5. This year, due to the temporary shutdown of outdoor training after the coronavirus outbreak, Lu Shu has been forced to exercise at home. Wu said that after watching the 2018 World Cup, Lu Shu told his parents he wanted to be a self-disciplined and versatile athlete like the Barcelona star. Wu and her husband have always supported their son’s dream, encouraging him to try his hardest at something he loves. Read Also:FA Cup: Liverpool’s big boys jet off on holiday as youngsters take on Shrewsbury In addition to a Messi jersey, Lu Shu will receive another gift from his training club, Tengyo Sports. The club said Lu’s registration fee will be waived and he will receive a training session led by Spain’s Rodrigo Enrique Azocar Diaz, a UEFA Level A certified coach. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Argentina’s national soccer team has made a dream come true for Wu Yu, a frontline nurse in Wuhan. The group is sending her son a Lionel Messi jersey and the promise of a professional soccer session. Every day Wu Yu gets up and goes to work, she faces one of the greatest risks a medical staffer can face. Wu is a nurse at Xiangya Hospital in Central China’s Hunan province who has been working in Wuhan, battling the deadly Covid-19 virus. Facing down death every day, Wu had only one wish — a special wish on Women’s Day. She hoped Argentine soccer superstar Lionel Messi would send her son a jersey. To her shock and amazement, not only has the Argentine Football Association responded to her wish, but her son’s youth training club has also promised to arrange a coaching session with a leading Spanish coach, free of charge, China Daily reported. After a busy day on duty on Sunday, Wu was asked if she had a wish for Women’s Day, and gave what she felt was an ambitious response, the report said. “I believe a jersey from Messi would definitely encourage my boy to become a member of the national youth training team,” she said. That night, the Weibo account of Argentina’s national soccer team responded. “Hello, this is the China office of the Argentine Football Association,” it said. “After hearing your wish, we are going to send you a No. 10 Messi jersey. Our staff will try to get in touch with you and we hope your son can have a brighter future after wearing his idol’s shirt!” Promoted Content6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love With7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too MuchPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Which Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?The 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The WorldTop Tastiest Foods From All Over The WorldCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show YouEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show Youlast_img read more

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Bulldogs 6th Grade Team Runners-Up At 10th Annual President’s Cup Open Class AAU Tournament

first_imgThe Batesville Bulldogs 6th Grade Boys basketball team was an impressive runner-up this past weekend in the Ohio Players & MWX 10th Annual President’s Cup Open Class AAU Tournament in Cincinnati.  The tournament was comprised of teams from Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana with the squad earning the 3rd seed from pool play on Saturday heading into championship Sunday.On Saturday the Bulldogs opened up the tournament with a tough loss to the Kentucky Legacy from Wilder, KY by the score of 43-40.  The Bulldogs trailed by 1 and were at the free throw line with a chance to take the lead with 2:30 remaining in the contest, but missed the front end of the one and one.  A couple of turnovers, missed shots and the Legacy’s free throw shooting skills sealed the loss to begin tournament play.  The youngsters shot a solid 68% from the field, but turnovers were their downfall as they committed 24 for the game.  Jack Grunkemeyer led the team in scoring with 12 and Sam Johnson contributed 9.  The Legacy won the rebound battle by one carom as Grunkemeyer tallied 10 boards.  Gus Prickel and Chris Lewis added 3 assists each.In game two of pool play the Bulldogs defeated the Goshen Warriors from Goshen, OH by the score of 35-27.  After a see-saw battle early the Bulldogs took the lead 6-5 and never trailed again using a stout zone defense and strong inside offense to stifle the Warriors. The squad was led by Conner Drake with 9 points and Prickel with 8.  Grunkemeyer was a beast on the boards with 14, while Johnson contributed 7.  Prickel added 4 assists.  The Bulldogs did not shoot as well as earlier in the day, 34%, but they minimized the turnovers, shot 8-11 from the free throw line, 73%, won the rebound battle 39-27 and limited the Warriors to a paltry 29% from the field.In the first game on Sunday in bracket play, the Bulldogs faced the Kentucky Legacy again.  This was the 3rd meeting between the two teams as they met last season in this same event with the boys from Batesville yet to prevail.  The Bulldogs came to play and started fast leading 25-19 at intermission.  The game went back and forth to the wire as the Bulldogs, trailing by 1, forced a Legacy turnover with :20 showing on the clock.   The Bulldogs brought the ball up the floor against moderate pressure from the Legacy and passed to Brendan Heiser along the side line where he was fouled sending him to the line for a one and one opportunity with :14 left.  Heiser calmly sank both free throws to give the Bulldogs the lead.  The Legacy called a time out and designed a play to drive baseline right side, but the Bulldogs strong team defense denied the competition a shot at the rim under the goal.  Heiser was fouled after the rebound where he stepped to the line and made it a perfect 4-4 in the closing seconds from the charity stripe to send the team to the championship.  The Bulldogs were led in scoring by Grunkemeyer with 11, while Prickel and Heiser each tallied 8.  Grunkemeyer also added 6 boards and Prickel 3 assists.  In critical fashion the Bulldogs were able to minimize the turnovers by only committing 8 for the contest, shooting another impressive 54% from the field, tying the rebound battle at 17 and going an excellent 11-14 from the free throw line, 79%.In the championship contest, the Bulldogs took on the New Birth Warriors from Columbus, OH.  It was all Warriors from the outset using stifling defensive pressure, quickness and long range shooting accuracy to lead 33-9 at half time.  The Bulldogs settled in and fought to the finish and actually had outscored the impressive squad in the second half until the very end to fall by a final score of 46-18.  Chris Lewis led the team in scoring with 8.  Grunkemeyer and Drake each had 3 rebounds and Prickel tallied 2 assists.The 6th Grade Bulldogs record moves to (28-13) having played against some of the best talent in the Tri-State area this campaign.  The squad will next be in action next Saturday at the Batesville Middle School when they host the 2nd Annual Batesville Invitational.  Teams from East Central, Jac-Cen-Del, Lawrenceburg, Rushville, South Dearborn and Switzerland County will be participating.  Come on out and support the Class of the 2024’ Bulldogs.Great job Team!  Go Bulldogs!!!Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Paul Drake.last_img read more

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Woods the Tiger has got style in the air with Gulfstream G550

first_imgGolf star Tiger Woods is part of sport’s exclusive billionaire club so when you see him fly in his luxury Gulfstream G550 private jet you need not be surprised. The 15 major champ paid £48m for the luxury Gulfstream G550 private jet, which has a top speed of 680mph and can fly 7,767 miles. Woods has also decked out the aircraft with a bedroom, walk-in wardrobe, multiple bathrooms and a luxurious dining area where he can enjoy meals with his girlfriend Erica Herman. Up to 18 people can join Woods on the plane, which can be transformed into an office with an internet connection and a satellite communications system. The 44-year-old is able to jet between golf tournaments and his £41m mansion in Florida. Tiger Woods’luxury Gulfstream G550 jet has a top speed of 680mph and can fly 7,767 miles Woods is currently competing at the PGA Championship but is out of the running for the trophy.Advertisement Speaking at the tournament, Woods admitted that time is running out for him to equal Jack Nicklaus’ record 18 major wins, saying: “There’s not as many (majors left) as when I first started playing. “The reality is that the golf courses are getting bigger “They are getting longer. The margin between making the cut and the lead is a lot smaller than it used to be. Used to be sometimes 12 to 15 shots. Now, we had, what, nine shots? It’s just different. “It’s getting tighter and it’s getting harder to win events, but you look at the leaderboard of most major championships, you see the same guys. May not be always the same winners, but you see the same handful of guys are there. Read AlsoTiger Woods struggles again in final round of Memorial “They understand how to win major championships, how to win the big events, how to plod their way along, how difficult it is to win these big events. “I’ve been accustomed to playing with a lot of people, and a lot of sounds and a lot of movement for my entire career. Some of the guys were joking with me at Memorial saying, ‘Now you know how we feel’.” Loading… FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentWhat Is A Black Hole And Is It Dangerous For Us All?Birds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterThe Best Cars Of All Time7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better20 Completely Unexpected Facts About ‘The Big Bang Theory’Couples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World10 Most Evil Female Characters In Disney MoviesWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table Top8 Things That Will Happen If An Asteroid Hits Earthlast_img read more

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Visit 3 state park properties on motorcycle ride

first_imgVersailles, IN—Motorcycle riders can experience the beauty of Indiana state park properties and contribute to their upkeep on a June 29 charity ride through three locations.Three ride routes are available with different stops and activities on each route. All of them begin with breakfast at Hardy Lake from 7 to 10 a.m.From there, riders have a choice. Route 1 will take them to Charlestown State Park, where they can get their photo taken at Rose Island, then to Spring Mill State Park for a tour and lunch provided by the Friends of Spring Mill.Route 2 will take them to Charlestown State Park and then Clifty Falls State Park, where riders can enjoy lunch and views of waterfalls.Route 3 will take them to Versailles State Park to participate in a poker run, then to Clifty Falls State Park.Ride length varies depending on the route.Cost is $38 per person and $34 passenger until the day of the event, when the cost will be $40 per person/$36 passenger.The charity ride is a collaboration between Indiana State Parks, the Friends of Hardy Lake, the Friends of Versailles State Park, the Friends of Spring Mill State Park, and the Friends of Charlestown State Park.For more information about the ride, including directions and maps for the routes, see indianastateparksride.org.last_img read more

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Zimbabwe salvage draw to deny Windies whitewash

first_imgWEST Indies sealed a first Test series victory in three years but half-centuries from man of the match Sikandar Raza and Regis Chakabva salvaged a draw for Zimbabwe at Queens Sports Club.The Windies look destined for a 2-0 whitewash when Zimbabwe were reduced to 46-4 on day four – trailing by 76 – but all-rounder Raza (89) and Regis Chakabva (71 not out) dug in to end the hosts’ 10-match Test losing streak in Bulawayo.Raza joined Jacques Kallis as just the second player to score 80 or more in both innings and claim a five-wicket haul, dropping anchor to frustrate the tourists with support from dogged wicketkeeper Chakabva as they batted out the final day to finish on 301-7.Graeme Cremer (28no) had a stroke of luck when he gloved Jason Holder behind first ball but was given not out with the Windies out of reviews, and the Zimbabwe skipper was twice fortunate not to go leg before as he saw out almost 50 overs in a defiant stand with Chakabva.Leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo claimed man-of-the-Series for taking 13 wickets at an average of 26.15Holder was still able to celebrate his maiden Test series success as captain, West Indies’ triumphing in a series for the first time since beating Bangladesh in 2014.Peter Moor (42) added only three runs to his overnight total before he prodded a Shannon Gabriel delivery to Shai Hope in the gully in the second over of the day and Zimbabwe were leading by only 50 on 172-6 when Devendra Bishoo (2-72) removed Malcolm Waller.Zimbabwe’s hopes of setting anything like a challenging target rested with Raza, who continued to tick along in an assured innings and successfully reviewed after he was given out leg before on 72 when Kemar Roach (2-37) thought he had his man.Chakabva struck Bishoo for a couple of boundaries in an over as Zimbabwe went to lunch on 199-6, but West Indies were scenting victory when Holder removed Raza’s off stump with the new ball after the all-rounder had batted five hours and faced 203 delivery in another superb knock.Holder ought to have had two in two when Cremer gloved a short delivery behind first ball, but umpire Simon Fry was unmoved and Chakabva celebrated a hard-earned half-century after striking one of his five boundaries, the pair taking their stand to 91 before the captains shook hands.(Omnisport).ZIMBABWE 1st innings 326 (H. Masakadza 147, S. Raza 80, P. Moor 52)West Indies 1st innings 448 (J. Holder 110, S. Dowrich 103, K. Powell 90; S. Raza 5-99)Zimbabwe 2nd innings (Overnight: 140-4)H. Masakadza b Roach 5S. Mire lbw b Roach 0C. Ervine b Bishoo 22B. Taylor lbw b Gabriel 10P. Moor c S. Hope b Gabriel 42S. Raza b Holder 89M. Waller c Blackwood b Bishoo 15R. Chakabva not out 71G. Cremer not out 28Extras (b-10 lb-8 nb-1) 19Total (for 7 wickets, 144 overs) 301Fall of wickets: 1-5 H. Masakadza,2-8 S. Mire,3-23 B. Taylor,4-46 C. Ervine,5-144 P. Moor,6-172 M. Waller,7-210 S. RazaDid not bat: T. Chisoro, C. MpofuBowling: S. Gabriel 21 – 7 – 34 – 2(nb-1),K. Roach 22 – 10 – 37 – 2K. Brathwaite 17 – 2 – 44 – 0, J. Holder 22 – 7 – 42 – 1D. Bishoo 34 – 7 – 74 – 2, R. Chase 17 – 3 – 31 – 0,J. Blackwood 10 – 4 – 21 – 0.last_img read more

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