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first_imgFor the second time in as many years, the countdown to the Twenty20 World Cup is on!- Advertisement – With Buttler, Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, Ben Stokes and Dawid Malan all competing for a place in the XI, England appear to have found themselves with a similar conundrum. Five world-class T20 batsmen, all of whom you suspect would like to bat in the top three.Does that mean Buttler again has to move from the position where he has enjoyed so much success? Perhaps not. The England captain is the sixth batsman of those who might be considered to be ‘in possession’ of a place in the team and the only one who would not see himself at the top of the order.Eoin Morgan has primarily batted at No 4 for England in recent years, be it in ODI or T20I, but dropped down to five during the T20I series against Australia and did similarly for Kolkata Knight Riders during the IPL, at times even dropping to No 6 if early wickets fell.Sky Sports pundit Rob Key believes this is Morgan, who has been a strong advocate of Buttler opening, gearing up to take on the role of England’s finisher himself. Will Eoin Morgan step up as England's finisher as they solidify their T20 World Cup plans?
Will Eoin Morgan step up as England's finisher as they solidify their T20 World Cup plans?

first_img Share 15 Views   no discussions Share Sernel Florent. Inage via: numusiczone.comLocal gospel artiste, Sernel Florent will host the 2nd Annual All-White Christian Party this Friday, November 25th, 2011 at the Alliance Francaise Building on Elmshall Road from 8pm.The event which was conceptualized by Sernel himself in 2010 is aimed at giving patrons an opportunity to enjoy Christian music; giving God thanks for bringing them to yet another year.He said patrons are asked to wear something white on that night which in itself signifies purity.“This year it’s the second all white Christian party; it is actually a night of Christian entertainment where you will hear singing, some people will do free styling, we will have drumming competition, keyboard competition, dancing competition and local gospel bands will be performing. So it’s really a whole night of Christian entertainment”.He said that patrons can look forward to enjoying clean Christian music by some of the top gospel groups on the island.“On that night we will be having groups like Sons of Zion; a group of talented young people from the community of Coulibistrie and we will also have Sanctified, that’s another upcoming gospel group from the community of St Joseph. And of course, Sernel Florent”.One of the major highlights of the event will be the compilation of video footage for Sernel’s new video ‘Touch Me Again’. During his performance, patrons will have the opportunity to be a part of the production; which is expected to be aired on local, regional and international television stations. Sernel said that a lot of hard work is being put into this video, which will soon be released.“That’s the part that I am very excited about. Over the years I’ve been looking at television; stations like Tempo and I said to myself that one day I would like to see myself up there. I am now getting the opportunity to start shooting my own video so I will be taking some shots at the All-White party which will be in the video of my new song called ‘Touch Me Again’. The music is being played on the radio and a lot of people are enjoying the song. I will be shooting the video very soon for this song and I know that it will take the Caribbean by storm”. Tickets for the All-White Christian party can be purchased at CLC Bookstore in Roseau at a cost of EC$30.00, which guarantees a free meal with drinks, a night of entertainment and a chance to win fabulous prizes by various sponsors. Dominica Vibes News EntertainmentLocalNews The stage is set for the 2nd Annual All-White Christian Party by: – November 24, 2011center_img Tweet Sharing is caring! Sharelast_img read more

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse (9-6, 1-1 Atlantic Coast) got its first ACC win of the season with a 70-55 defeat of Miami (11-3, 1-1). The Orange picked up its first victory over a major-conference opponent on Wednesday night in the Carrier Dome after allowing more than 90 points in two of its last three contests.Here are superlatives from the game.The Big Moment: Syracuse’s 18-5 second-half runMidway through the second half, the Orange nearly fell apart. After holding a 40-30 lead, Miami came back and cut the deficit to just one at 43-42. Over the next five minutes, SU exploded on a 18-5 run that won it the game. The momentum started to shift when Andrew White hit back-to-back 3s to get the lead back to 10 points. Orange head coach Jim Boeheim pumped his fists after each. Tyler Lydon then hit a 3, dunked and hit a jumper. SU needed a big second-half spark to finish off the game and it got it.Stud: Andrew WhiteAdvertisementThis is placeholder textWhite continued his marvelous season with another impressive performance against the Hurricanes. He opened the game with a mid-range jumper on the first possession and hit another 2-pointer two possessions later. He’s been trying to diversify his scoring inside the arc in addition to behind it. He finished 7-of-13 from the field with four 3-pointers and a game-high 22 points.Dud: Frank HowardFor the first time this season, Howard didn’t start. He didn’t play for the first 19 minutes of the game as John Gillon manned the point guard position. It’s the first time this season against a strong opponent that Gillon received the majority of minutes at the point. After the Orange’s last game, a 15-point loss to Boston College, head coach Jim Boeheim slammed his guards. Gillon provided a boost to the lineup and that came at Howard’s expense.Highlight: Tyler Lydon’s block with SU up, 45-42After making a layup, Lydon tipped a lob into the low post and prevented an easy basket. Miami still collected the loose ball, but Lydon blocked Ja’Quan Newton’s ensuing layup attempt. The play kept Miami at 42 points amid Syracuse’s dominant 18-5 run.Lowlight: Dejan Vasiljevic’s 3-pointer to pull Miami within one pointMiami’s Dejan Vasiljevic entered the game shooting 40.7 percent from behind the arc. He pulled the Hurricanes within one, at 43-42, before the Orange broke the game open. Vasiljevic finished with six 3-pointers and his most thunderous forced SU to take a timeout as he yelled trotting off the court. Comments Published on January 4, 2017 at 9:02 pm Contact Paul: pmschwed@syr.edu | @pschwedslast_img read more