Image Courtesy: PTI/APAdvertisement 6r36sNBA Finals | Brooklyn VsvuWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Enxu( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) i9Would you ever consider trying this?😱zi82Can your students do this? 🌚90kroRoller skating! Powered by Firework The first match of the One Day International series between India and Australia at the Wankhede Stadium last night ended up in a hammering decisive victory for the visitors. The absolutely mesmerising peformances from the two Aussie openers- David Warner and the skipper Aaron Finch, successfully chased down India’s set target of 256, and that too, without losing a single wicket. Its the first 10 wicket victory for the Aussies against Team India!Advertisement Image Courtesy: PTI/APWarner and Finch’s astounding 258 runs partnership dominated over the Men in Blues’ 255 all out score. This was also the first 10 wicket ODI victory for Australia in 13 years, since their rout of Bangladesh back in 2007 at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua.While Rohit Sharma disappointed in the first innings, his opening partner Shikhar Dhawan (74 off 91) and 1 down KL Rahul (47 off 61) started off things pretty well for India. However, the rest of the batting order failed to produce reasonable scores as well as keeping their wickets, and Kohli and squad gave up against the Australia bowlers with still 5 balls left.Advertisement The Aussie batsmen gave a rough time to the Indian bowlers. David Warner produced a swashbuckling score of 128 runs from 112 balls, with an astounding 17 boundaries and 3 over boundaries. Captain Finch’s knock was a little less pacey, but still a substantial 110 off 114, conststing of 13 fours and 2 sixes.David Warner reached his half century against only 40 deliveries, and also registered 5118 ODI runs in the match, shooting his batting average of the format up to 46.95.Advertisement In the post match interview, Warner spoke up about his staggering innings. “I have always had the hunger to score more runs and put the team off to a good start. It was a great effort from our bowlers in the afternoon.”Mitchell Starc picked up his triplet against Rohit Sharma, Shreyas Iyer and Shardul Thakur, while Pat Cummins and Kane Richardson both secured two each.“To put India down to just 255 at home was incredible and to then close down the game like we did was brilliant,” the 33 year old added.Meanwhile, it was all sombre from Virat Kohli: “We were totally outplayed in all departments It is a very strong Australian side,” the host skipper told reporters.The captain failed to produce a good knock, and was caught and bowled by Adam Zampa after scoring only 16 runs.“We didn’t get enough runs, we were too respectful in certain phases and it cost us. Today was one of those days when we weren’t allowed into the game at all.” the 31 year old added.The second game of the series is on Friday at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium.Also read-Ind vs Aus 1st ODI Review: Australia batter the Men In Blue to extend their formidable runAussie legend Ricky Ponting predicts ODI scoreline: “Australia full of confidence” Advertisement
NEPTUNE – Monmouth County Surrogate Rosemarie D. Peters will be setting up a fourth satellite office location to better serve residents in the coastal area of the county.The new office will be located in the County Connection Office at 3544 State Highway 66.“The Surrogate’s office will have a probate clerk available at the County Connection on the first Monday of each month,” Peters said. “At this location, residents will be able to apply to probate a will or administer an estate if there is no will, get affidavits of surviving spouse or next of kin, or apply for a guardianship of a minor.”The first day was Monday, March 4. Appointments are available by calling 732-431-7330, ext. 7335.The County Connection is already a satellite office of the Monmouth County Clerk M. Claire French that offers many residents a more convenient location to access many county services.“Although we have two locations fairly close by in Ocean Township and in Wall, this is the only location that will be open after 4:30 p.m.” Peters said. “The late afternoon hours make it attractive for people who have to take time off from work to get to any of our other locations.”“This is another step forward in government service,” Freeholder Lillian G. Burry said. “By having extended hours and joining with the County Connection, thousands of residents who require services from the Monmouth County Surrogate’s Office will be able to do so closer to home.”Peters said that the new location is being provided at no additional cost to taxpayers. The County Connection location will require no added personnel since a member of the probate staff will be assigned to work at the new location for the day.Other satellite offices of the Surrogate’s Office are located at the Middletown Township Library, 55 New Monmouth Road, on Tuesdays; Wall Township Library, Allaire and Bailey’s Corner roads, on Wednesdays; and at the Ocean Township Library, 701 Deal Road, on Thursdays. All three of these offices are open from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.The main office of the Monmouth County Surrogate is located in the Hall of Records, l Main St., Freehold. That office is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The Nelson Daily is committed to showcasing local athletes from the Nelson and area. Each week TND will feature a team that has accomplished, well, just about anything. The inaugural The Nelson Daily Team of the Week honour goes to the L.V. Rogers Bombers Fieldhockey team.The squad, consisting of many first-year players, came away with the boat load of experience at the recent Rockers High School Fieldhockey tournament.The team includes, back row, L-R, Micaela Witton, Mikaela Mori, Jade Jeffers, Tessa vanderHolt and Allie Chown. Front, Sydney Zondervan, Ameeta Bhabra, Paige Mansveld, Jazzy Jones, , Mykayla Commandeur, Kirsten Douglas and coach Val Gibson. Goal Keeper (in red) Shelby Turk.