LONDON (CMC): Jamaica international Wes Morgan was one of four Leicester City players named in the Professional Football Association’s team of the year in London, England, yesterday. The 32-year-old England-born Morgan has been one of the linchpins of Leicester’s defence this season, as the minnows have stunned the Premier League with their astonishing title bid. Leicester are closing in on their first-ever title, leading the standings with 73 points – five clear of North London side Tottenham Hotspurs – with four games left in the season. Morgan, who skippers the Foxes, has featured in all 34 Premiership games for them this season, scoring a single goal. That strike proved massive, as it lifted the leaders to a crucial 1-0 win over Southampton earlier this month. He spent most of his career at Nottingham Forest where he became their longest-serving player, before moving to Leicester in January, 2012. Morgan helped Leicester win the Championship in 2014 and then scored two goals as they managed to finish 14th in the Premiership. He has been a regular for Jamaica and was a key part of the side that reached the final of the CONCACAF Gold Cup last year, and is currently involved in the country’s sputtering World Cup qualifying campaign. As expected, Morgan’s teammates Jamie Vardy, N’Golo Kante and Riyad Mahrez, have all been included in the PFA team. Vardy’s 22 goals have been the catalyst for Leicester’s extraordinary campaign while midfielders Kante and Mahrez have been revelations.
The Letterkenny model from track level inside the real Coach 58The Railway Show season is starting in Donegal Town and will make a welcome relief from the overload of politics and not so sunny climates!Donegal Railway Heritage Centre is holding its first model railway exhibition of the year from today, Saturday, May 24 through to Monday, May from 12 noon to 5pm each day.There will be working scale models of the old County Donegal Railway stations at Letterkenny and Donegal Town, each assembled in different coaches from the original Donegal rolling stock. There will be an OO gauge layout in the original passenger trailer No 5. There will also be working displays of old Hornby O Gauge tinplate trains in both electric and clockwork, some of these being up to 90 years old.There will also be a Meccano and Dinky Toy display and films of the old railways of the County when they were running. Weather permitting, there will be train rides for children on a miniature railway and the garden railway will be in operation.Meanwhile the County Donegal Railway Restoration Ltd will be holding its AGM in the McGowan Room, one of the railcar trailers on the railway, at the Donegal Railway Heritage Centre today at 2pm.At the end of the AGM, around 3pm, there will be a book launch open to the public – this will be a revised and updated edition of the key reference work on the County Donegal Railway and one of the co-authors will be present to sign copies. This should make excellent reading for anyone with any interest in the story of the railways around Donegal or those who remember the railway and any elderly relatives.To complete a busy time for the railway, the company is also recruiting, see below, and CVs can be handed in from now up to the end of the show on May 26.Railway Situation VacantCounty Donegal Railway Restoration Ltd needs staff to assist the Donegal Railway Heritage Centre in developing and maintaining its buildings and displays and in increasing its revenue.The work involves a variety of fund-raising and sales tasks, assisting at shows, document design and other computer tasks, and basic maintenance of the displays in running order, plus some housekeeping of these to ensure the museum is kept impressive for visitors, and displays are refreshed and changed. As the wages are funded through Pobal preference will be given to those currently on the unemployment list, recently laid off or who have special needs. Send CV or hand in at the address below. Excellent references needed. Closing date May 26.More information from: The Manager, Donegal Railway Heritage Centre, Tyrconnell St, Donegal Town. Telephone: (074) 9722655DONEGAL RAILWAY SHOW LEAVES THE STATION TODAY! was last modified: May 24th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:donegalRailway Show
FEATURES: Gleann Cholm Cille (The Valley of St Columba) and the nearby valleys in southwest Donegal contain some of the most interesting prehistoric and early historic structures in Ireland (some would argue, in Europe). Monuments from the early Neolithic (c. 4000BC) onwards are dotted across this beautiful and informative landscape; among them the huge dolmens at Malinmore and the great court-tombs at Clochán Mór and Farranmacbride.The previous name of the valley – Senglenn (‘the old glen’) – was very apt. But in medieval times (roughly AD500-1600) that name was changed to honour one of Ireland’s best-loved saints: Colmcille (in Irish) or Columba (in Latin).Legends and folklore claim that the saint (c.AD520-593) came to the valley and founded a church there.An important legacy from that Christianisation is the surviving cluster of stone cross-slabs (some probably dating to around AD800) and other early ecclesiastical features around the valley.Another legacy is the famous turas (‘pilgrimage’) made around those sites; primarily on 9 June, the day the saint died – his feast-day. This Summer School, based in such an appropriate location, is aimed at adults with an interest in the archaeology and ancient history of Ireland.No previous knowledge is required; merely a curiosity and a willingness to participate in outdoor sessions, studying the evidence of the monuments in their context.Day-time classes are held at the monuments, except for one day when there’ll be visits to sites outside the glen.There’ll also be various evening activities – especially a number of background lectures – and, of course, time to enjoy the other attractions for which the glen is famous.NEW GLENCOLMCILLE ARCHAEOLOGY SUMMER SCHOOL DIRECTOR The 2015 Summer School will be directed by Dr Brian Lacey who has been researching the archaeology and early history of Counties Donegal and Derry for 40 years.A former university lecturer and museum director in Derry, he oversaw the archaeological survey of Donegal (1979-83).His particular specialism is the lore of St Colmcille.He has written 12 books and many research papers. Dr Michael Herity directed the school since its establishment by Fr McDyer and himself in 1986. Gleann Cholm Cille 1-8 August, 2015An Domhnach – Sunday, 2 August15.00-17.00: Réamhrá/Introductions, Siúl thart sa Ghleann – a short introductory walk.19.30-21.00: Lecture by Brian Lacey: ‘Donegal archaeology – the context of Gleann Cholm Cille’.An Luan – Monday10.00-17.00: Amuigh fé’n spéir – site visits. Prehistoric sites at Malinmore and Farranmacbride.An Mháirt – Tuesday10.00-15.00: Amuigh fé’n spéir – site visits. Braade ringfort; Great Stone Forts of Doonalt and Dooneany; Doonalt cross-slab on Turas Conaill.19.30-21.00: Illustrated Lecture by David McGuinness: ‘Archaeological approaches to the Pagan-Christian interface in Ireland’.An Chéadaoin – Wednesday10:00-18.00. Amuigh fé’n spéir. Daylong tour to sites outside the valley. Among the sites we hope to see are: Inishkeel ecclesiastical island; Kilclooney Portal-Tomb; Kilrean early church site, and other sites on route.An Déardaoin – Thursday10.00-16.00: Amuigh fé’n spéir – site visits to the ‘stations’ on the Turas Cholmcille at Beefan, Farranmacbride, Straid, Cloghan and Drum.19.30-21.00. Lecture by Prof. Michael Herity ’60 Years of Irish Archaeology’. An Aoine – Friday10.00-15.00: Amuigh fé’n spéir – site visits to the Court-tombs at Bavan, Shalwy and Croaghbeg; St. Ciaran’s Well, bullaun stone.16.00-17.00: Debriefing session – ‘what did we learn this week’.‘EXCAVATE’ YOUR INTEREST IN ARCHAEOLOGY AT THE GLENCOLMCILLE SUMMER SCHOOL was last modified: July 23rd, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:FeaturesnewsNotices
GARDAÍ have warned that updated data protection rules are being used by crooks across Europe – and people in Ireland could be targeted next.The advent of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on 25th May within the EU will see online customers being asked by their service providers to update personal user agreements so that their services such as email updates or record maintenance can be continued.Gardaí today warned cybercriminals will also see this as an opportunity to exploit those agreements and send fake GDPR notices to customers asking them to confirm login or personal information via online links so that they can continue to use the service being provided. “Recent enquires have already identified a string involving the sending of fake notices which allege to be from Airbnb asking customers to update details in order to continue their agreement,” said a Garda spokesperson.Clicking on fake or fraudulent links within a phishing email can result in:* Redirections to fake/infected sites for watering-hole attacks targeting specific online users or organisations* Malicious attachments which appear to be GDPR related documents or invitations which attack the network or system* Request for private or personal and financial information such as account details, credit card details, passwords etc.* Harvesting of email account details which can be exploited for marketing or junk mail campaignsUsers and organisations who have agreements or connections with services for which they have supplied personal information should be aware of this potential threat. The Garda National Cyber Crime Bureau advises that before following any link which asks for personal or financial data, you should ensure– you are careful before responding to unsolicited emails– You have an agreement with the service sending you the email· – The email address used to send you the message is genuine and from the provider· – The link within the email is genuine by either hovering over it to ensure it leads to where it says it does, or by checking the page it leads to and its contents– If still unsure contact the service provider or organisation and confirm that they sent the email– Never supply banking or financial information via emailThe spokesperson added: “Banking institutions never ask for personal information via email. If you receive one delete it and report it to your bank or financial institution. All incidents of phishing or theft of personal information should be reported to your Local Garda Station with a copy of the original email you received.” A number of incidents have been reported throughout Europe. This is a crime prevention measure to ensure that no person or organisation become a victim of this type of crime here. Breaking: Gardaí issue warning over ‘data protection’ crooks was last modified: May 25th, 2018 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:GardaiGDPRGeneral Data Protection RegulationscamWarning
The National Development Plan is the driving force for South Africa’s socio-economic development, and its goals of eliminating poverty and reducing inequality by 2030 can be realised by growing an inclusive economy, building capabilities, enhancing the capacity of the state, and promoting leadership and partnerships throughout society. From SouthAfrica.info: ‘Increased access to better education’SA to expand HIV treatment programmeShale gas exploration ‘to be game-changer for SA’Protests ‘point to service delivery successes’ South Africa, look how far we’ve come: ZumaPresident Jacob Zuma used his sixth State of the Nation address to highlight South Africa’s achievements over the past five years, particularly in infrastructure development – while acknowledging that more needs to be done to tackle growing youth unemployment. More >South Africa ‘to get back on jobs, growth track’While South Africa, along with many emerging economies, has suffered the effects of economic uncertainty among developed countries, measures have been put in place to ensure that the economy grows and creates more jobs, says President Jacob Zuma. More >State of the Nation Address By His Excellency Jacob G ZumaFebruary 13, 2014: Read the full text of the speech. More >Watch live: State of the Nation Address 2014February 13, 2014: Watch the live video stream of South African President Jacob Zuma’s 2014 State of the Nation Address at the opening of parliament in Cape Town on Thursday 13 February. The broadcast begins at 19h00. More >Preview: State of the Nation Address 2014February 11, 2014: Amid pomp, ceremony and high glamour, South African President Jacob Zuma will present his State of the Nation Address to a joint sitting of the two houses of parliament in Cape Town, broadcast live to the people of the country, on Thursday 13 February 2014. More >
Project Playground gives children and youth better life opportunities through meaningful spare time activities. (Image: Project Playground)Phindi MadunaBrand South Africa recently attended a fundraising event that the Embassy of Sweden hosted in Pretoria. The fundraising event was in support of Project Playground – a Swedish/South African Non-Profit Organisation that was founded in 2010 by Princess Sofia of Sweden and Frida Vesterberg. Their mission was to give children and youth between the ages of 4 and 18 better opportunities in life through recreational and educational activities. The Project currently helps about 750 children and youth in South Africa.Brand South Africa Chief Executive Officer Dr. Kingsley Makhubela (centre) attending a fundraising event for the Project Playground non-profit organisation in Pretoria during October 2017.(Image: Project Playground)While at the event, Brand South Africa’s CEO, Dr. Kingsley Makhubela spoke fondly of the long-standing relations between the Kingdom of Sweden and South Africa. “Swedish-South Africa links go as far back as the 1960s when a country-wide Swedish anti-apartheid movement was founded in support of the struggle for liberation” said Dr. Makhubela. In true ‘Play Your Part’ character, Sweden contributed a great deal in bringing about positive change in South Africa. The relations between Sweden and South Africa have continued beyond the struggle for liberation. They now include partnerships that address other socio-economic and political challenges – children’s rights being one of them. Project Playground strives to champion children’s rights through various life orientation programmes.Based in Gugulethu township in Cape Town, Project Playground provides a safe environment where every child grows up with a belief in the future and to positively influence their own life. It is hoped that by making available good role models for the children, Project Playground can nurture capable and assured individuals.The 50 staff members are highly devoted to the vision and mission of Project Playground. Through regular staff development programmes, the team is able to frequently gain knowledge on their specific areas of specialisation in the organisation. This means that the children’s interactions with their mentors is effective because they have a comprehensive view of the child’s environment and represent a continuous and secure contact throughout the child’s upbringing. Project Playground is essentially a sanctuary away from the insecurity that characterizes a lot of children’s lives. Life orientation is achieved by means of team sports, dance, music, art, and drama, among other activities.Project Playground is a wonderful demonstration of how individuals and collectives can come together and play their part for the greater good of their society.Visit the Project Playground website to find out more about how the organisation is playing their part and how you can get involved in helping children in South Africa to reach their full potential.Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa material.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Katerina Sharp, 4-H Youth Development Intern, Ohio State UniversityThousands flock to county fairs and the Ohio State Fair each summer, and many of these are Ohio 4-H members who come to show their livestock and non-livestock projects. However, the large number of livestock and non-livestock projects that can be seen at the Ohio State Fair each year is only a small fraction of the total number of projects our members take throughout the state. Whether competing at the county or state level, it is hard to appreciate the vast number of projects taken by 4-H members.In 2017, the most popular 4-H project was market hogs, with 11,679 total projects taken.“Growing up on a hog farm and taking hog projects during my 4-H career, I’ve watched the number of youth taking hog projects grow and grow,” said Kiersten Heckel, 4-H educator in Tuscarawas County.One reason for the popularity is the length of a hog project, which is only 3-4-months. “It’s not nearly the commitment of a steer project, but youth still have their hogs longer than a small animal project,” said Heckel. “Another reason is that most county fair sales are good enough to offset the total cost of the hog project and allow kids to make money.”Rabbits followed hogs as the second most popular project in 2017. Between market and breeding rabbits, there were 11,564 rabbit projects. Rabbit projects tend to be popular because they don’t need a lot of space, are a short-term project and don’t have to require a large financial investment. Whether members live in town or in a rural area, rabbits are a good option.Poultry projects are particularly interesting due to the seemingly endless number of options the project presents. Whether members are interested in ducks, turkeys, geese, chickens, or guinea fowl, there is a place to show them in 4-H. In 2017, there were 10,880 poultry projects.“The smaller size of the animal allows it to be raised in a child’s backyard. This and the smaller duration of time to raise the birds helps make poultry projects so popular,” said Betty Wingerter, 4-H educator in Montgomery County. Some of these breeds can be seen in videos produced by Ohio 4-H and the American Poultry Association at ohio4h.org/poultrybreeds.While many of the most popular livestock projects have been around for a long time, a project that has more recently hit the red carpet are goats. Although there used to be only a few at the fair, now there are so many goat projects taken each year that county fairs are struggling to fit them all in. In 2017, there were 9,884 goat projects.“Goats are a great entry level project into livestock,” said Tracy Winters, 4-H educator in Gallia County. “Personally, I think goats have the most personality and they relate to kids on a different level than other livestock might. Goat projects, like most of the animal projects, are set up to teach responsibility, proper animal husbandry, nutrition and more. On a deeper level, I think 4-H members learn to care for and bond with their animals. I’ve seen goats bring a shy child out of their shell as they tell me all about their goat. I’ve seen a child with ADHD sit for hours and pet, brush and care for their goat. My own son, who is dyslexic, found success in showing his animal projects. This led to more confidence and a better understanding about how he learns new information, which in turn improved his success in the classroom and his self-esteem.”In addition to the many livestock projects taken each year, many 4-H members are active in non-livestock projects. Ohio 4-H currently offers 140 non-livestock projects, and two of the most popular ones are Focus on Photography and Get Started in Art.“Get Started in Art allows youth to be creative and try a variety of different art methods that interest them,” said Rebecca Supinger, 4-H educator in Greene County. “This project is great because youth can expand and learn art techniques based on what they want to do. There is not a right or wrong way to approach this project. It is one of my favorites to look at what youth made and the creativity of the art work!”A new non-livestock projects this year is Your Thoughts Matter, which provides youth with valuable knowledge about mental health as a part of their overall well-being.“In 4-H, youth learn a lot about the importance of health: eating healthy foods, exercising, making healthy decisions, and fostering healthy relationships with others,” said Amanda Raines, 4-H educator from Hardin County. “Your Thoughts Matter addresses an important component of health education that is often overlooked or deemed too difficult to discuss. My hope is this project will teach our youth that mental health problems are real health issues that affect a huge portion of our population and can have a severe impact on a person’s life. Our youth are eager to learn and make their 4-H projects useful, and I believe this project meets that need.”To learn more about the many project opportunities Ohio 4-H offers, visit projectcentral.ohio4h.org.
9 Books That Make Perfect Gifts for Industry Ex… john paul titlow Related Posts 4 Keys to a Kid-Safe App Teams that need to manage a large number of contacts will want to consider taking a look at ContactZilla, a relatively new contact management tool comparable to Gist. ContactZilla allows you to import contacts from Twitter, LinkedIn and Google, as well as manually enter information about people one-by-one. The app comes from a Web development firm called Simpleweb, who say they are “massively supportive” of open standards and data portability. As such, contacts can be easily exported from ContactZilla and they’re always adding support for other data sources. In addition to Twitter, LinkedIn and Google, users can also pull contacts from Basecamp, FreshBooks, Outlook, vCards or any CSV file. Once contacts from multiple sources are loaded, they are then automatically cross-referenced, merged and cleaned up. If they’re available, avatars for each contact are pulled in from sources like Twitter and Google. 5 Outdoor Activities for Beating Office Burnout Tags:#biz#Reviews “The focus has been on getting in contacts from various sources, de-duping them based on ‘personal unique fields’ such as email address, Twitter address, mobile number, etc,” Simpleweb cofounder Mark Panay told us via email. “We then try to discover more of these fields based on existing ones using various social graph techniques and then re-apply the de-duping algorithm.”This de-duping process is pretty good, but it has its imperfections. For example, people from Gmail that have multiple email addresses will be imported as separate contacts. This, of course, has to do with the limited data points available from each source, but it seems as though two contacts having the same exact name (or same avatar image filename) should trigger some kind of flag. After a TechCrunch post brought their Web server to its knees last month, ContactZilla is now up and running again, and preparing a new release in early March. Among the new features planned for the new release are “smart lists” for breaking down contacts by various criteria, some user interface updates and an API that’s compliant with the Portable Contacts standard. If you’re interested in giving it a try, you can sign up using the invite code rwwcz. There are only 200 invite codes, so hop to it. 12 Unique Gifts for the Hard-to-Shop-for People…
Duterte wants probe of SEA Games mess “I expect our starters to be available,” Brown said. “If somebody tells me different, so be it.”After taking one more question on Embiid, the normally affable Brown appeared perturbed and cut off further queries about Embiid’s health. The coach said the team would provide further updates through its injury report.Ben Simmons, JJ Redick, Jimmy Butler and Tobias Harris also didn’t play against the Bulls, and the lack of on-court time together for Philadelphia’s heralded starting five is an admitted concern of Brown heading into the postseason. The quintet has appeared together in just 10 games since Brand put in place the final piece of the starting puzzle by acquiring Harris at the trade deadline.Brand didn’t dismiss the notion that it would’ve been helpful for the group to play more together, but he didn’t entirely embrace it either.“Star players win in the playoffs and that’s what we’re built for,” Brand said before Wednesday’s game. “I like our chances against any team.”ADVERTISEMENT Philippine Arena Interchange inaugurated Philadelphia, the No. 3 seed, will host sixth-seeded Brooklyn in the first round. Embiid’s achy left knee may prevent the All-Star from playing in the postseason opener.General manager Elton Brand said Wednesday that Embiid was expected to play in the postseason, but added it was “possible” the 7-footer wouldn’t be ready for the first game. Embiid sat Wednesday for the fifth time in seven games.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logisticsEmbiid is averaging 27.5 points and 13.6 rebounds, but has missed 14 games since the All-Star break due to rest and injury.Coach Brett Brown thinks Embiid will be ready to face the Nets. Hontiveros presses for security audit of national power grid Philadelphia 76ers’ Ben Simmons, center left, of Australia, watches the remaining minute with his teammates on the sideline during the second half of an NBA basketball game against the Chicago Bulls, Wednesday, April 10, 2019, in Philadelphia. 76ers won 125-109. (AP Photo/Chris Szagola)PHILADELPHIA — Joel Embiid watched Philadelphia’s regular-season finale with the team’s other four resting starters, and the center’s status for the playoff opener is in question.In preparation for the playoffs, the 76ers rested all five starters in a 125-109 victory over the Chicago Bulls on Wednesday night, and the status of Embiid was the biggest story line of the night.ADVERTISEMENT Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting UP NEXTChicago: End of regular season.Philadelphia: Host Brooklyn in first round of playoffs.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next After being eliminated in the second round last season, the general manager would consider anything short of advancing past the second round this year as an unsuccessful season.“We want to make a deep playoff run,” Brand said. “We didn’t have the weapons (last year) we have this year.”WAIT TIL NEXT YEARMeantime, the Bulls missed the playoffs for the second straight year and third time in the last four seasons. They closed the season losing eight of nine, finishing 22-60.Coach Jim Boylen is looking forward to a full training camp. It has been a tumultuous rebuilding season for the Bulls, with Boylen taking over for fired Fred Hoiberg in December only to face a reported player mutiny shortly after his hire.Boylen isn’t concerned about his reputation.“Everywhere I’ve been, I’ve had great relationships with players,” Boylen said.TIP-INSChicago: Walt Lemon Jr. scored 20 points to lead the Bulls. . The Bulls were without Denzel Valentine, Wendell Carter Jr., Chandler Hutchison, Zach LaVine, Lauri Markkanen, Otto Porter Jr. and Kris Dunn. … Chicago set a franchise mark for its worst home record at 9-32, culminating with Tuesday’s 96-86 loss to the Knicks.Philadelphia: Jonathon Simmons had 20 points to lead the 76ers. . Brown said the 76ers will go “8 ½” players deep in the playoffs. … The 76ers promoted Lindsey Harding from scout to player development coach. … James Ennis III, who is expected to be a contributor off the bench in the postseason, also was out Wednesday with a right quad contusion. … The 76ers split four games against the Nets this season. .. Philadelphia finished 31-10 at home. 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Delhi Daredevils bowler Mohammad Shammi celebrates the wicket of Virat Kohli with teammates during IPL Match against Royal Challengers Bangalore, in Bengaluru on Sunday. – PTI Delhi Daredevils bowler Mohammad Shammi celebrates the wicket of Virat Kohli with teammates during IPL Match against Royal Challengers Bangalore, in Bengaluru on Sunday. – PTI × Published on Delhi Daredevils defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore by seven wickets in an Indian Premier League match, here today.Brief Scores:Royal Challengers Bangalore: 191 for five in 20 overs (Virat Kohli 79, AB de Villiers 55; Mohammed Shami 2/34).Delhi Daredevils: 192 for three in 19.1 overs (Quinton de Kock 108, Karun Nair 54 not out; Shane Watson 2/25). IPL 2016 SHARE SHARE EMAIL SHARE April 17, 2016 COMMENT cricket COMMENTS