TAROUBA, Trinidad, (CMC) – Wriddhiman Saha and Hanuma Vihari struck half-centuries but fast bowler Chemar Holder grabbed three late wickets to limit India A on the opening day of the final four-day “Test”.Sent in at the Brian Lara Stadium on Tuesday, the visitors were dismissed for 201, with Saha top-scoring with 62 and captain Vihari chipping in with 55.Opener Mayank Agarwal got a start with 33 and all-rounder Shivam Dube hit 26 but India A fell away at the end, losing their last five wickets for just 12 runs in the space of 41 balls.Holder, who took three of those five wickets, ended with three for 47 while off-spinner Akim Fraser did the early damage for the hosts in taking three for 53.Leg-spinner Yannic Cariah supported with two for 45.West Indies A then stumbled to the close on 23 for one, losing Montcin Hodge for 15 to the day’s final’s delivery, bowled missing an ambitious drive at off-spinner Krishnappa Gowtham.Fraser had given West Indies A an excellent start when he took two wickets in the first session to reduce India A to 47 for three at lunch, before taking another almost immediately following the resumption.Fast bowler Miguel Cummins bowled Abhimanyu Esawaran without scoring in the morning’s seventh over before Agarwal and Priyank Panchal (11) put on 38 for the second wicket to steady the innings.However, Fraser struck twice in successive deliveries just before lunch when he had Agarwal taken at short leg by Jeremy Solozano and followed up by trapping Shubman Gill in front first ball.After lunch, he then accounted for Panchal without adding, caught down the leg side by wicketkeeper Jahmar Hamilton.Vihari, unbeaten on two at lunch, anchored two half-century stands to prop up the innings. He first put on 86 for the fifth with Saha before adding a further 55 for the sixth with Dube.All told, he faced 139 balls in just short of 3-¼ hours and counted five fours while Saha’s knock was more cavalier, coming from just 66 balls and including nine fours and a six.Saha eventually holed out to wide mid on off Cariah and after tea, reached at 155 for five, Dube added a further 13 before miscuing a heave at the same bowler and falling to a skyer at long off.Vihari was eighth out, dragging on a drive at Holder, to be one of four wickets to fall for just two runs.NDIA A 1st InningsA Esawaran b Cummins 0M Agarwal c Solozano b Fraser 33P Panchal c wkp Hamilton b Fraser 11S Gill lbw b Fraser 0*H Vihari b Holder 55+W Saha c Holder b Cariah 62S Dube c Shepherd b Cariah 26K Gowtham lbw b Holder 0S Nadeem c wkp Hamilton b Reifer 6U Yadav c Ambris b Holder 0Avesh Khan not out 4Extras (lb2, w1, nb1) 4TOTAL (all out, 67.5 overs) 201Fall of wickets: 1-7, 2-45, 3-45, 4-48, 5-134, 6-189, 7-190, 8-191, 9-191, 10-201.Bowling: Cummins 12-5-22-1, Holder 16-7-47-3, Reifer 11.5-1-32-1, Fraser 15-2-53-3, Cariah 13-3-45-2.WEST INDIES A 1st InningsM Hodge b Gowtham 15J Solozano not out 7A Fraser not out 0Extras (lb1) 1TOTAL (1 wkt, 15 overs) 23Fall of wicket: 1-23.To bat: J Blackwood, Y Cariah, S Ambris, B King, *+J Hamilton, R Reifer, C Holder, M Cummins.Bowling: Yadav 5-2-11-0, Avesh Khan 3-2-1-0, Gowtham 4-2-6-1, Nadeem 3-1-4-0.Position: West Indies A trail by 178 runs with nine wickets remaining.
Coach of Inter from Milan Roberto Mancini praised the captain of the national football team of B&H and Roma striker Edin Dzeko before tomorrow’s match between these two teams, and emphasized that Roma has several great individuals.B&H striker said for today’s edition of “Gazzette dello Sport” that Mancini wanted him in Inter, after two of them worked together for some time at Manchester City.“Roma has so many good players. We have to pay attention on Edin, because he is one of the best players in the world. He will score at least 15 goals and he has a great quality,” said the Italian expert at the press-conference.The match between Inter and Roma will be played on Saturday at 8:45 p.m. on the San Siro Stadium.(Source: klix.ba)
Saturday, July 6, 2013â€¢6:25 a.m. Officers conducted an agency outside assist and child in need of care in the 1100 block. N. Jefferson, Wellington.â€¢9:43 a.m. Officers investigated criminal damage to property in the 300 block. N. Poplar, Wellington.â€¢6:20 p.m. Justin C. Davis, 24, Wellington was arrested, charged and bonded with driving while license is suspended (second offense) and driving in excess of speed limit in the 500 block. N. Washington, Wellington.â€¢8:30 p.m. Officers investigated a theft of a hitch in the 300 block. W. Lincoln, Wellington. Sunday, July 7, 2013â€¢2:54 a.m. Thornton L. Rayl, 47, Wellington was arrested and charged with unlawful possession of methamphetamine, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, no proof of insurance and defective taillamp in the 800 block. S. Jefferson, Wellington.â€¢9:45 a.m. Dustin W. Martin, 32, Wellington was issued a notice to appear charged with dogs at large.â€¢2:01 p.m. Officers investigated a theft in the 1400 block. E. Michigan, Wellington. â€¢3:51 p.m. Officers investigated criminal damage to property in the 1900 block. N. Madison, Wellington.â€¢9:17 p.m. Travis A. Schneider, 27, Wellington was issued a notice to appear charged with no proof of insurance and defective headlamp.â€¢9:26 p.m. Officers investigated a theft of a purse at the Wellington Lake.â€¢9:32 p.m. Luke A. Hastings, 18, Wellington was issued a notice to appear charged with seatbelt violation. Wellington Police Notes for Friday, July 5 to Sunday, July 7, 2013:Friday, July 5, 2013â€¢8:08 a.m. Officers investigated a theft of cooler and contents at the Wellington Lake.â€¢9:36 a.m. Officers investigated a theft of cooler and contents at the Wellington Lake.â€¢9:38 a.m. Officers investigated a theft of cooler and contents at the Wellington Lake.â€¢Cari C. Martin, 28, Wellington was issued a notice to appear charged with dogs at large.â€¢9:50 a.m. Officers investigated a theft of a bicycle in the 1100 block. S. C, Wellington.â€¢No News Release.â€¢10:54 a.m. Officers took a report of obstruction with law enforcement officer in the 800 block. W. Harvey, Wellington.â€¢12:23 p.m. Officers investigated an aggravated burglary and theft of a vehicle in the 800 block. W. 8th, Wellington. It was recovered.â€¢8:12 p.m. Officers took a report of found property in the 400 block. S. Jefferson, Wellington.â€¢11:05 p.m. Non-Injury accident in the 600 block. S. Washington, Wellington involving a vehicle operated by Bryan A. Williams, 55, Wellington and a fixed object/railroad crossing arms owned by Burlington Northern Rail Road.â€¢11:27 p.m. Jaylon J. Cox, 33, Anthony, was arrested and charged with driving while license is suspended in the 600 block. N. G, Wellington.
Technology company Harmonic’s CableOS virtualised cable access software is now available as a cloud-native containerised and Kubernetes-orchestrated solution, a move designed to enable new levels of scalability, reliability and efficiency for operators, according to the company.Containerisation is a way of virtualising services without launching a dedicated virtual machine for each application. Kubernetes is an open-source system for automating the deployment and management of containerised applications.Building on the CableOS solution’s original microservices software architecture, Harmonic said that the new cloud-native offering will be an enabler of the broader Software-Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Function Virtualisation (NFV) transformation beginning to take hold in the cable industry. The company said that its CableOS cloud-native solution has already been deployed by an unnamed tier-one cable operator.The CableOS software core can be deployed on either dedicated COTS servers or on cloud compute data centres, natively supporting both centralised hub-collapsed CMTS architectures and distributed access architectures (DAA), according to the company. It said that the new containerised and Kubernetes-orchestrated CableOS solution has been successfully deployed in both of these architectures.Harmonic will demonstrate CableOS at SCTE Cable-Tec Expo this week.“Virtualising the CMTS core was our first step toward unleashing a more flexible and scalable cable access architecture — and we are pleased to see this solution deployed by a growing number of global cable operators,” said Nimrod Ben-Natan, senior vice president and general manager, cable access business, at Harmonic.“Now, through cloud-native support, our CableOS solution delivers a new level of performance and density while enabling operational benefits, such as automated deployment and more granular system upgrades, in the delivery of competitive gigabit services. By aligning the CableOS solution with our companywide cloud-native strategy, Harmonic is leading a powerful new era of growth and efficiency for cable operators around the world.”