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Evil v Good, day 2: Australia capitalise

We’re pitting an England XI comprising the players we invested in the most against an Antagonists XI using International Cricket Captain’s ‘All Time Greats’ mode. Day one was a colossal and predictable catastrophe for England. Australia resume on 50-1. Morning session Jimmy Anderson opens the bowling and Matthew Hayden hits him for four. Steve Harmison bowls to Ricky Ponting at the other end. Harmy appeals for LBW against Hayden but it pitched about a foot outside leg. Tha...
Tags: England, Australia, Sex, Steve Smith, Jimmy Anderson, Steve, Jason Gillespie, Adam Gilchrist, Anderson, Monty Panesar, Steve Waugh, Glenn Mcgrath, Ricky Ponting, Steve Harmison, England Australia, Flintoff

What Anti-Gun Candidates Introduced: Federal Firearm Licensing Act of 2019

Opinion Cory A. Booker New Jersey/United States – -( Candidates for U.S. President who are in the House or Senate often will introduce legislation that reflects their agenda. Senator Cory Booker, who dropped out in January, not even making the Iowa caucuses, did just that during his campaign. During his presidential run, Booker had a very bad platform on the Second Amendment, which regular AmmoLand readers should be familiar with. Much of the approbation centered not just on hi...
Tags: Guns, Senate, Reagan, House, Iowa, New Jersey, New Zealand, Andrew Cuomo, Justice Department, Booker, England Australia, Nra, Harold, Cory Booker, Carol Bowne, Gun Rights News

Below the Radar: Blair Holt Firearm Owner Licensing and Record of Sale Act

New York Handgun License Application Chicago/United States – -( Sometimes, anti-Second Amendment legislation falls under the radar because it is introduced in Congress after Congress. The Blair Holt Firearm Owner Licensing and Record of Sale Act is one of these bills, and this one is a real doozy should it ever be enacted. In the 116th Congress, this legislation is HR 4062 in the House of Representatives, where it was introduced by Representative Bobby Rush (D-IL) and S 2272 in ...
Tags: Guns, Congress, Senate, America, Reagan, Chicago, Ted Cruz, House Of Representatives, New Zealand, Illinois, Usc, Nelson, England Australia, Rush, Shields, Harold

Below the Radar: Handgun Purchaser Licensing Act

Opinion Below the Radar: Handgun Purchaser Licensing Act, iStock-greenleaf123 New York – -( With a lot of the focus being on modern multi-purpose semiautomatic long-guns like the AR-15 rifle, we forget that anti-Second Amendment extremists have other targets as well. Perhaps the most notable, despite the landmark Heller and McDonald cases, are handguns. When you think about it, targeting handguns make for a more practical (even if they are protected under the Second Amendment) ...
Tags: New York, Guns, Senate, America, Reagan, House, New Jersey, New Zealand, Justice Department, England Australia, El Paso, McDonald, Dayton, Harold, Raskin, Jamie Raskin

Old mates Jones & Cheika face off again in England-Australia quarter-final

Eddie Jones and Michael Cheika shared the same dressing room as players at Randwick; now they go head-to-head in a World Cup quarter-final.
Tags: News, Jones, England Australia, Michael Cheika, Eddie Jones, Randwick, Cheika

Uncertainty cloaks latest match in England-Australia rivalry

OITA, Japan (AP) — Undercooked or fresh for the challenge ahead? That’s the question hovering around England. As for Australia, the main issue is this: Can a team known for pulling out a big performance when it matters reverse the course of recent history? No one can say with any real confidence how Saturday’s quarterfinal […]
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PCB hoping to convince England, Australia to tour Pakistan

With their international broadcasting rights ending next year, PCB has set sights on reviving international cricket at home, with scheduled visits from Australia and England in 2021 and 2022 respectively
Tags: England, Australia, Sport, Cricket, Pakistan, England Australia, PCB

England, Australia could adopt shirt names and numbers for Ashes

Edgbaston Test could be the first to feature innovation after 142 years of rivalry
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Australia salvage draw against dominant England

England Australia 1 1 FT Game Details Live football odds with bet365. Bet Now » GameCast Lineups and Stats England were made to settle for a 1-1 draw against Australia in their international women's friendly on Tuesday at Craven Cottage. Matildas defender Clare Polkinghorne nodded home a la...
Tags: England, Australia, Football, Sport, Story, Phil Neville, England Australia, Fran Kirby, Beth Mead, Clare Polkinghorne, Women's International Friendly, Stats England, Craven Cottage Matildas

Spot-fixing claims made against England, Australia Tests; boards say no evidence

The matches in question in Al Jazeera's documentary are the England-India Test in Chennai in December 2016, and the Australia-India Test in Ranchi in March 2017
Tags: Australia, Sport, Cricket, Al Jazeera, England Australia, Chennai, Ranchi, England India

Etymology gleanings for January 2018: Part 1

Hatters and madness My most recent post (mad as a hatter) aroused a good deal of criticism. The reason is clear: I did not mention the hypothesis favored in the OED (mercury poisoning). Of course, when I quoted the medical explanation of long ago, I should have written the last set of hypotheses… instead of the last hypothesis. I find all medical explanations of the idiom untenable, and I should have been explicit on this point, rather than hiding behind polite silence. The phrase (as) mad as a...
Tags: Books, London, Featured, Wikipedia, United States, Language, Madness, Oxford English Dictionary, Lewis Carroll, Alice, England Australia, Stalin, Idioms, Murray, Abraham, Mackay

Are England on the brink of defeat or the verge of defeat?

Moeen Ali fails to get behind the fat-arsed line (BT Sport) Judging by the headlines, this seems to be the main question remaining from the first Test. Brinks are outnumbering verges from what we’ve seen. We’re yet to see a cusp. Despite fielding fewer bowlers than England, Australia have had a greater number of effective ones in this Test. Chris Woakes and Jake Ball haven’t supported Jimmy Anderson and Stuart Broad particularly well. Throw in a Steve Smith and the match starts to inch away fro...
Tags: England, Australia, Sex, Stuart Broad, Steve Smith, Jimmy Anderson, England cricket news, Moeen Ali, England Australia, Australia Cricket News, Chris Woakes, Jake Ball

Advantage England, Australia confused - Warne

Shane Warne was critical of Australia's selectors for the decision to recall Tim Paine, but former gloveman Ian Healy said that Paine "won't let Australia down"
Tags: Australia, Sport, Cricket, Shane Warne, England Australia, Ian Healy, Warne, Paine, Tim Paine

'This side has the potential to beat England' - Australia name Women's Ashes squad

Fit-again Lauren Cheatle and Tahlia McGrath are named in the Australia squad for this winter's Women's Ashes against England.
Tags: Australia, Sport, England Australia, Lauren Cheatle, Tahlia McGrath

Pay dispute not an 'excuse' for early exit - Lehmann

After suffering a knockout at the hands of England, Australia's coach Darren Lehmann denied that the ongoing pay dispute involving Cricket Australia and the nation's cricketers played any role in his team's performance
Tags: Sport, Cricket, Darren Lehmann, Lehmann, England Australia, Cricket Australia

Battle for Test Number 1 Heats Up!

Pakistan squandered their chance of becoming the number 1 ranked test team, for the first time since the inception of the rankings, following the embarrassing defeat at Edgbaston. Yet, they still have an outside chance of getting there if they win at the Oval.The ICC test rankings are so interestingly poised that any one of the top 4 teams can end up as number one after the end of the Pakistan vs England, Australia vs Sri Lanka, and India vs West Indies test series.Right now the top 4 teams are:...
Tags: England, Australia, Sex, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, West Indies, England Australia, England India

Blog Tour: Beautiful Ape Girl Baby

Hey everyone! Grab the Lapels is smack in the middle of their blog tour for Heather Fowler's upcoming release , and we're thrilled to be a part of it! Today, we bring you the exciting journey of watching one's novel being turned into a short film.... “BEAUTIFUL APE GIRL BABY Goes Hollywood:  Novel to Short Film: an Author’s Experience” by Heather Fowler There’s something amazingly special when your book, crafted in solitude, suddenly has actors filling the roles before the final, ...
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England's Daniel Sturridge could miss out as Roy Hodgson considers options

Jordan Henderson says he hopes Daniel Sturridge will be able to play for England again before Euro 2016 begins. Goals from Marcus Rashford and Wayne Rooney helped England see off Australia in a Euro warmup. England manager Roy Hodgson is considering the situation of Daniel Sturridge as he finalises his squad for Euro 2016. Hodgson must break bad news to two members of his 25-man provisional squad by Tuesday and is weighing up how best to balance his options in midfield and attack. It is...
Tags: England, Australia, Football, Sport, Story, Manchester United, Roy Hodgson, Wayne Rooney, Daniel Sturridge, Hodgson, Jordan Henderson, European Championship, Adam Lallana, Jamie Vardy, England Australia, Pa Sport

England's Daniel Sturridge has 'minor injury,' reveals Roy Hodgson

Goals from Marcus Rashford and Wayne Rooney helped England see off Australia in a Euro warmup. Daniel Sturridge sat out England's friendly defeat of Australia on Friday. England manager Roy Hodgson has called Daniel Sturridge's recent calf issue a "minor injury" and says it won't jeopardise his chances for a Euro 2016 squad place.  The Liverpool forward was not among the substitutes in Friday's 2-1 friendly defeat of Australia, taking his place alongside Football Ass...
Tags: England, Australia, Football, Sport, Story, Liverpool, Roy Hodgson, Football Association, Wayne Rooney, Daniel Sturridge, European Championship, England Australia, Pa Sport, Marcus Rashford

Marcus Rashford scores in England debut as Three Lions beat Australia

England Australia 2 1 FT Game Details Live football odds with bet365. Bet Now » GameCast Lineups and Stats Marcus Rashford wasted no time scoring for England in his senior national team debut. Marcus Rashford's extraordinary rise shows no sign of abating, with the teenager's vo...
Tags: England, Australia, Football, Sport, Story, Manchester United, Three Lions, International Friendly, England Australia, Pa Sport, Rashford, Marcus Rashford

Daniel Sturridge misses England training, Rashford could start - reports

England manager Roy Hodgson says his side have plenty to work on ahead of Euro 2016, following their 2-1 win over Turkey. Daniel Sturridge is reportedly a doubt for England's friendly against Australia after missing training on Wednesday, paving the way for Marcus Rashford to make his debut on Friday. The Daily Mirror and the Daily Mail report Sturridge, 26, was absent from training due to a calf problem which could jeopardise his place at Euro 2016. Engla...
Tags: England, Australia, Football, Sport, Story, Daily Mail, Roy Hodgson, Daniel Sturridge, Espn, International Friendly, Sturridge, Daily Telegraph, England Australia, Espn Staff, Rashford, Marcus Rashford

The Story of Air India’s Very First International Flight

June 8, 1998 marked the 50th anniversary of Air India’s maiden international flight – a milestone in the history of Indian civil aviation. His Highness, the Jam Saheb of Nawanagar, Rajpramukh of Saurashtra, looked at his watch. The golden dial caught the light and the bejewelled hands indicated the hour. The time has finally come! Jam Saheb rang the bell and asked for his luggage to be brought down. Europe would be wonderful at this time of the year he thought as his liveried servants loaded his...
Tags: Europe, UK, London, India, Egypt, Wembley, Geneva, Mumbai, Boeing, Lockheed, England Australia, Air India, Cairo, Great Britain, Santa Cruz, Tata

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International Cricket Council to reduce the power of England, Australia and India

New rules reverse the so-called Big Three take over of the ICC in 2014 which vested power in the hands of England, India and Australia [Author: Nick Hoult]
Tags: England, Australia, India, International Cricket Council, Icc, England Australia, Nick Hoult, Cricket Governance, England India, Giels Clarke

Indian Football: A kick in the right direction?

By John Cheeran Football fever comes a little early to Kerala in the year of World Cup. The average Indian football fan, who will never make it to Maracana in his lifetime, has an opportunity to trot into stadiums in Kochi and Manjeri to kick themselves in frustration, cheer and jeer footballers, as Federation Cup begins today. This could be the poor man’s World Cup, with each I-League club having up to four foreign players in their starting XI, most of them hailing from African continent an...
Tags: Britain, Manchester United, Brazil, Blackburn Rovers, Bangalore, England Australia, Kerala, Kolkata, Bombay, Eagles, English Premier League, Pereira, Asian Football Confederation, Madras, Kochi, John Johnson

It’s time for Virat Kohli to take over from Dhoni

By John Cheeran The captaincy question returns. It is time to lessen the burden of Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Stepping down as captain would serve both Dhoni’s and Team India’s interests. He has had the longest run as India’s skipper in Tests – 53 matches. New Zealand tour, simply put, has been a disaster. Dhoni’s men lost the five-match one-day series 0-4 and the Test series 0-1. It would have been catastrophic had India attempted to go for the victory target of 435 runs in Basin Reserve, Wellingt...
Tags: England, Australia, India, South Africa, New Zealand, Wellington, West Indies, Auckland, England Australia, Virat Kohli, Indian Cricket, Kiwis, Shikhar Dhawan, Dhoni, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, The Times of India

Balls faced errors

Charles Davis, in his blog post titled "Balls Faced Blues" (31 March 2012), reports on errors in the previously published scorecards to this Test between the West Indies and Australia in 1983/4. He writes:A full re-score confirms Border’s runs and the sequence of strokes, yet the balls faced figures as published seem to be quite wrong. Border is given 314 balls for his 98* and 269 for the 100*. The figures I get are 283 and 285 balls, respectively. Viv Richards’ figures for his 76 are also very...
Tags: Australia, Pakistan, New Zealand, Davis, Bolton, Charles Davis, West Indies, Jones, England Australia, Rhodes, England South Africa, Wright, India Pakistan, Australia New Zealand, New Zealand England, New Zealand South Africa

England warm up for New Zealand with 15-try romp over France

• England 84-4 France• Brett Ferres scores a hat-trick of tries while John Bateman impressesThe talk in the England camp all week leading up to this game was along the lines of how it wasn’t a warmup for the three-match series against New Zealand, more a Test match in its own right. It must therefore be a worry for the international game that the Kiwis’ friendly with Leeds, the Super League champions, on Friday night had more intensity and bite than this affair. It was painfully obvious from the...
Tags: England, France, Sport, New Zealand, Rugby league, England Rugby League Team, England Australia, France Rugby League Team, Kiwis, Brett Ferres, France England, John Bateman, Leeds the Super League