Barras in consolation win over Ireland in T20

first_imgBarramundi bowlers just like in the first innings dominated the middle overs to leave Ireland tottering at 80 for 8 and then bundled them out for 105.PNG, who had been beaten 0-2 in the best-of- three match seris, prior to this game, did not start well though.They managed a 26-run opening stand before being quickly reduced to 28 for 3, at which point, Sese Bau and Mahuru Dai  strung 48 runs together to keep PNG in the contest.Barras lost another clump of wickets, as Ireland’s bowlers chipped away to leave them 90 for 7. Charles Amini’s run-a-ball 24 helped the Barras take 26 off the last three overs to guide them to 116 for 8.Hebou PNG Barramandis seamer Chad Soper did quite an impressive over to bowl Ireland out for 105 in the final over for PNG to claim the third T20 by 11 runs.last_img read more

Fans react to amazing new Stamford Bridge designs

first_img Stamford Bridge in 1992 1 PLEASE NOTE: THE NEW STAMFORD BRIDGE DESIGN DOESN’T LOOK LIKE THE PICTURE ABOVE! (TAKEN IN 1992). NO CONCRETE BENCHES OR SPACES TO PARK CARS BEHIND THE GOAL ARE INCLUDED IN THE NEW DESIGN. SCROLL DOWN TO SEE THE ‘NEW STAMFORD BRIDGE’.Chelsea have submitted a planning application to rebuild Stamford Bridge into a 60,000-seat stadium and the images released by the club show a design that is unique to say the least.Contrary to popular mockery, Chelsea were formed way back in 1905, to help fill Stamford Bridge on a regular basis, with the ground having been redeveloped into a huge sporting arena after originally opening in 1877.A giant concrete bowl back then, by the early 1990s it was an outdated ground (see the picture above) and was subsequently redeveloped substantially until it reached its present state, with a capacity of 41,600.Now Roman Abramovich has plans to give the Bridge another dramatic makeover.Here’s a selection of the reaction to the designs…last_img read more