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  • Indonesia’s forex reserves hit all-time high in July from global bonds, govt loans

    first_imgThe rise in forex reserves in July was driven by the government’s global bonds issuance and government loans, according to the central bank.The government has raised 100 billion yen (US$930 million) from the issuance of five-tranche samurai bonds to help cover the fiscal deficit and fund the coronavirus pandemic response in early July.The deal was finalized in Japan on Jul. 2 and sold in maturities of 20 years, worth 1.5 billion yen with a coupon rate of 1.8 percent; 10 years, worth 13.4 billion yen with a 1.59 percent coupon rate; and seven years, worth 10.1 billion yen with a 1.48 percent coupon rate.The government previously planned to raise $5.5 billion from loans from multilateral organizations in the second half of the year, after raising $1.8 billion in the first half from five multilaterals, including the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank (ADB). Indonesia’s foreign exchange (forex) reserves increased to US$135.1 billion in July, the highest level ever, following the government’s move to issue global bonds, Bank Indonesia (BI) announced Friday.The current reserves level, an increase from $131.7 billion in June, is estimated to be sufficient to support 8.6 months of imports and payments of the government’s short-term debts.“BI is of the view that the foreign exchange reserves are adequate, supported by stability and a positive outlook for the economy, in line with various policy responses to push for economic recovery,” the central bank said in a statement. “We are focusing on getting loans from our multilateral partners in the second half of this year after focusing on raising funds from global bonds in the first half,” said Luky on Jul. 27.The government faces the daunting task having to raise Rp 900.4 trillion from the issuance of sovereign debt papers in the second half of the year to cover its budget deficit of 6.34 percent of gross domestic product (GDP) and repay its debts, after raising Rp 630.5 trillion from the issuance of debt papers in the first half.It has also unveiled a $40 billion bond sale program with the central bank as part of the “burden sharing” scheme aimed at easing the government’s debt burden.”Although it has been declining, we see the risks from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic remaining and thus still creating uncertainty in the global financial market,” said Bank Mandiri economist Andry Asmoro in a note.There will be some delays in foreign direct investment inflows as the global value chain has been seriously disrupted, he went on to say, adding that imports had declined more than exports due to the halt in production and investment activities.”Hence, it may shrink the current account deficit, supporting Indonesia’s balance of payment, foreign reserves and rupiah exchange rate in 2020,” Andry added.Topics :last_img read more

  • Ashgrove home on private road offers relaxed living and tranquil surrounds

    first_imgRelax here of an afternoon.He said the area at the back of the home was one of his favourite places to let the stress of a hard day at work slip away.“You could come home at night, sit out on the back veranda, you could be anywhere,” he said.“I’d come home if I had a bad day at work, sit there and have a drink, chat about the day and you could feel the tension disappear from your body.” Swim beneath the stars.The downstairs sitting room opens out to an alfresco dining area through bi-fold doors, and overlooks the pool, a place where Mr Johnston liked to enjoy a night-time swim.“Because it was so quiet you could have a swim and see stars,” he said. More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019The open plan kitchen, living and dining.The two-level home is on a 656sq m block and is on a private shared road off Baileys Rd.Entry is through the upper level, which has the master suite, laundry, open-plan kitchen living and dining and double lockup garage. The master suite.Downstairs are three more bedrooms, a study nook, sitting room, media room and bathroom.There are polished parquet floors throughout, along with carpet in the bedrooms and media room, and tiles in the bathrooms.center_img The home at 4/42 Baileys Rd, Ashgrove, is for sale.ROD Johnston says the tranquillity of this Ashgrove home is what he will miss most when he moves.The 4/42 Baileys Rd home has hit the market as Mr Johnston prepares to downsize. The home has a media room.Mr Johnston said the home was great for a family with children of any age, due to the layout of the home.“We had our spot upstairs where we could talk our days out but then, at night, the kids could get into the media room and watch their favourite shows on the big screen, while leaving us alone to do our own thing,” he said.The home is walking distance to Ashgrove State School.Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 3:17Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -3:17 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels576p576p480p480p256p256p228p228pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenMichelle Hele’s May market wrap03:17last_img read more

  • Homer Bailey

    first_imgWhen Homer Bailey pitched his second no-hitter earlier this month, he joined a pretty elite list of pitchers. I think this list is under 30 names in all the years we have had Major League baseball. He has a ways to go to catch fellow Texan, Nolan Ryan, however, who is credited with seven of them. Homer came to the big leagues as a thrower, but now is much more of a pitcher. Throwers think no one can hit their pitches because they throw so hard. Pitchers know every Major Leaguer can hit any pitch you throw if it is not in the right place. Just follow Aroldis Chapman on some nights. It is amazing how a matter of a couple inches is the difference between a swinging strike and a base hit. Homer has to be on top of his game even though he throws upward of 97mph. When he slips back to his throwing days, his ERA tops 7.0; but when he is a pitcher, his ERA is below 2.0. This is how finite pitcher has to be even if he has two no-hitters to his credit. Everybody in the big time can throw hard enough; only a select few can throw a pitch where they want to. These make it to the Hall of Fame. Homer is certainly on his way, because he is still a very young man.last_img read more

  • Cardinals Grade School Boys Hoops Results

    first_imgThe St. Louis boys 6th grade basketball team ended their season on a high note Friday night by beating St. Paul’s 23-11.The Cardinals fell behind 8-3 at the end of the first half but switched to their up tempo style offense and outscored the visitors 20-3 in the second half.Adam Cox lead the scoring for St. Louis with 9 points and Johnny Deal had 4 points while five players added 2 points a piece: Adam Scott, Joey Gutzwiller, Kaden White, Aaron Weber, and Mason Enneking. Also, Jacob Deutsch, Zeb Streator, and Adam Moster played solid defense in the second half.Submitted by STL Coach Bruce Scott.last_img

  • Azeez, Samaroo bowl Enterprise Primary Top to final … To face IBE in the Lower ECD Zone final

    first_imgA MESMERISING spell from 11-year-old leg-spinner Rafeek Azeez and 14-year-old medium-pacer Yugendra Samaroo spearheaded Enterprise Primary Top to a 15-run victory over Cummings Lodge Secondary when the 2016 edition of the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) National Secondary Schools Cricket League continued yesterday at the Enterprise Community Centre ground.Chasing 320 for victory the visitors folded for 104 in 17.5 overs. Azeez claimed 4-19 while Samaroo took 3-22.Earlier, skipper Himnauth Dindyal stroked a fighting 42, which eventually guided his team to 119-7.Deciding to bat first in brilliant sunshine, the hosts were given an opening stand of 33 between Dindyal and Mark Ramanad, but careless stroke playing and reckless running between the wickets saw them reduced to 50-4, at halfway through the innings.Medium pacer Shankar Sahadeo provided the visitors with the first breakthrough when he removed Ramanad for 12. Three balls later he claimed the wicket of Edmon Pearson without scoring, at 34-2.The hosts then lost Dinesh Phagoo (0) and Rafeek Azeez (4), via run-out, but opener Himnauth Dindyal stood firm at the other end and singlehandedly took the attack to the opposition.He buckled down to his task on a slow, dry-looking pitch and added 26 for the fifth-wicket with Jash Paul before the latter was bowled by Sahadeo for two.It soon became 79-6, when Ricardo Niranjan was bowled by off-spinner Andrew Samar without scoring.However, the 15-year-old Dindyal never looked in trouble and frustrated the visitors, showing the perfect attitude for such a situation, before he was dismissed in the final over. His innings was laced with both aggression and temperament, counting five fours.Yugendra Samaroo was left unbeaten on 17. Sahadeo was the best bowler on show, claiming 3-28.In reply, Cummings Lodge Secondary found scoring difficult, and as a result lost wickets at regular intervals, with only Devanand Khemraj (24), Andrew Samar (13) and Anand Puran (12), offering any resistance with the bat.Meanwhile, in the other semi-final game played on Thursday at the same venue, IBE edged President’s College by seven wickets.The final is scheduled for Wednesday at the same venue.last_img read more

  • Jamaica’s PM Holness urges Diaspora to get involved

    first_imgLOCAL ISSUESThe PM also brought nationals up to date on the progress he said his government has made on many fronts to date including the creation of 60,000 jobs recently; being number one in the Caribbean on the ease of Doing Business Rankings and boosting consumer confidence.He touched only briefly on the hot button issue of crime and violence, saying that violence in the country is “almost cultural” and seems to be used over diplomacy to settle conflicts. He also insisted that more can be done to curb the flow of weapons from the U.S. to Jamaica but admitted that with the JLP administration setting aside 7 percent of GDP to repay the country’s debt, there is less money to spend on education and fighting crime and corruption.The PM also touted the National Identification System, (NIDS), legislation, saying the measure will also allow nationals in the Diaspora to apply for a national ID card to do business in Jamaica.JABA AWARDS Prime Minister Holness was presented the keys to the city of Broward County by Commissioner Dale Holness and was also awarded the ‘Distinguished Leadership Award’  by JABA.Other top JABA awardees included City of Miramar Commissioner, Maxwell Chambers, who was presented with the Public Service Award;Judge Norman Hemmings, who was presented with the Distinguished Judiciary Officer Award; Desmond and Catherine Malcolm, who were presented with the Distinguished Community Service Award and attorney Latoya Martells, who was presented with the JABA Attorney Award.Several local law students also received scholarships from JABA members and sponsors.Correction: An earlier version of this article quoted Prime Minister Holness as saying “We need to have our people in all spheres of influence in the world…that is how we are going to ensure we move Jamaica from prosperity to poverty.”” The quote has since been corrected. Prime Minister Holness with Marcia Griffiths Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness addresses South Florida Jamaica at Jamaican-American Bar Association gala. Jamaica’s ninth Prime Minister, Andrew M. Holness, came to South Florida over the weekend with a strong message for nationals here – get involved in the political process of your adopted land.The PM, who was the guest speaker at the10th annual awards gala of the Jamaican-American Bar Association in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on Nov. 18, 2017, urged Jamaicans in the South Florida Diaspora and across the USA to ensure they “regularize themselves in the country in which you choose to live,” and ensure they vote and get involved in the political process in their adopted homelands.He said having the Jamaican Diaspora as a power base, especially in the U.S., would allow for many issues of concern to Jamaica to be addressed, including derisking. “ We need to have our people in all spheres of influence in the world…that is how we are going to ensure we move Jamaica from poverty to prosperity.”RECONFIGURING THE CONSTITUTION Holness, answering a challenge thrown out by Don James, President of the south-east chapter of JABA, said his Jamaica Labour Party, (JLP), administration “intends to pursue”  the reconfiguration of the country’s constitution to allow nationals in its Diaspora to vote or run for office.The PM said the move would be a “progressive step” and  reiterated, as he has since 2015, that he likes the French election model which allows nationals overseas to vote but their ballots are registered for only one constituency in France, and not across all constituencies, which would then have an impact on the outcome of the election.As he did before he took office, PM Holness explained that the Diaspora vote, under a reconfigured constitution, would mean that Jamaicans abroad would have a representative in Jamaica’s Parliament who they can vote for.Jamaicans currently living in the US and who are naturalized US citizens cannot run for office in Jamaica but can vote if they are resident there at least six months, under the current constitution.last_img read more

  • Maria Sharapova suspended from March 12 after failing drugs test

    first_imgThe International Tennis Federation have released a statement saying Maria Sharapova will be suspended from the sport from March 12 after the five-times Grand Slam winner admitting failing a drugs test at the Australian Open in January.Sharapova said she had been taking the banned substance Meldonium from a family doctor over the past 10 years before it was put on Wada’s (Word Anti-Doping Agency) banned list at the start of the year. Russian Sharapova – the richest sportswomen in the world with earnining of £21m mostly accumulated in her business interests away from the court – faces a ban which media commentators are speculating could be at least a year.The sport’s governing body said: “Following the statement made by Maria Sharapova in a press conference today, the Tennis Anti-Doping Programme (TADP) can confirm the following:On 26 January 2016, Ms Sharapova provided an anti-doping sample to the TADP in association with her participation in the 2016 Australian Open.That sample was analysed by a World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) accredited laboratory, which returned a positive for meldonium, which is a prohibited substance under the WADA Code and, therefore also the TADP.In accordance with Article 8.1.1 of the TADP, Ms Sharapova was charged on 2 March with an Anti-Doping Rule Violation. Ms Sharapova has accepted the finding of meldonium in her sample collected on 26 January.As meldonium is a non-specified substance under the WADA (and, therefore, TADP) list of Prohibited Substances and Prohibited Methods, Ms Sharapova will be provisionally suspended with effect from 12 March, pending determination of the case.”The Tennis Anti-Doping Programme is a comprehensive and internationally recognised drug-testing programme that applies to all players competing at Grand Slam tournaments and events sanctioned by the ITF, ATP, and WTA. “Players are tested for substances prohibited by the World Anti-Doping Agency and, upon a finding that an Anti-Doping Rule Violation has been committed, sanctions are imposed in accordance with the requirements of the Tennis Anti-Doping Programme and World Anti-Doping Code.”Sharapova is 28 and hopes she will be able to return to compete to at the top level after discovering the length of a ban.”I don’t want to end my career this way and I really hope I will be given another chance to play this game,” said Sharapova. “What I put in my body is my responsibility. This is new to me. “I made a huge mistake. “I have let my fans down, and let the sport down that I have been playing since the age of four that I love so deeply.”–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoySportsGH. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more

  • Left ankle sprain keeps Shohei Ohtani out of Saturday’s lineup, maybe longer

    first_img“This is the reality of Major League Baseball: sometimes guys are not going to be available,” Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. “It is what it is.” Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros To that end, a possible DL stint begged the question of who the Angels would recall from the minors to take Ohtani’s place: a pitcher or a hitter?The question drew a good laugh from a crowd of reporters, but not the manager.“Let’s not talk about any DLs,” Scioscia said.MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENT IN THE MINORSThree pitchers for the Mobile BayBears, the Angels’ Double-A affiliate, combined to throw a no-hitter against the Montgomery Biscuits on Saturday.Right-handed pitcher Griffin Canning, the Angels’ second-round draft pick out of UCLA last summer, threw the first five innings and didn’t allow a run despite walking six batters. He struck out one. Matt Custred tossed the next three innings and right-hander Ryan Clark got the final three outs.Mobile won, 1-0, on a home run by former first-round draft pick Matt Thaiss.ALSOOhtani was 0 for 11 with six strikeouts, a walk and a hit by pitch against Tanaka in Japan. … Andrelton Simmons was a late lineup scratch with a sore right forearm. … Zack Cozart moved from third base to shortstop. Luis Valbuena started at third base and took Simmons’ spot as the No. 5 hitter in the Angels’ lineup.UP NEXTAngels (LHP Tyler Skaggs, 3-1, 2.96 ERA) vs. Yankees (LHP CC Sabathia, 1-0, 1.86), 5 p.m., ESPN ANAHEIM – When the 2018 season began, Neil Walker had made 975 starts at second base in his career. Recently the Yankees called up rookie second baseman Gleyber Torres, so they shifted Walker to first base, where he’d started all of eight games prior to this year.In the fifth inning Friday, Angels designated hitter Shohei Ohtani hit a bat-splintering ground ball between first and second base. Walker’s first instinct was to field the baseball. But Torres was much closer to the ball, nobody was close to first base, and Walker did his best to scramble back. Around the same time he got to first base so did the ball, and so did Ohtani.Not wanting to collide with Walker, who stood practically upright in the middle of the white canvas bag, Ohtani tried to detour to the outside of the base at the last moment. It was an extraordinary conspiracy of a second baseman’s instincts and a baserunner’s unfortunate timing. Ohtani’s left ankle slipped trying to avoid Walker, and the mild sprain he suffered kept him out of the Angels’ lineup Saturday.Related Articlescenter_img Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter Usually those words go without saying. But this was not a typical Saturday at Angel Stadium, and Ohtani’s reality is not that of a typical baseball player.Fox Sports 1 was carrying Saturday’s game, a national telecast in the U.S. The Japanese network NHK was carrying the game too, a Sunday morning broadcast over in Japan. The game held special interest in his native country, with Ohtani potentially facing a Japanese-born pitcher for the first time in the U.S.Ohtani’s first at-bat against Masahiro Tanaka will have to wait. Scioscia wasn’t ready to comment on Ohtani’s availability to come off the bench Saturday, to throw his scheduled bullpen session Sunday, to bat on Sunday – another national broadcast, on ESPN – or to pitch Tuesday against the Baltimore Orioles. Even a possible 10-day disabled list stint couldn’t be ruled out.“At this point we haven’t made any determination but his status is still day-to-day, which means right now we’re not considering the DL,” Scioscia said. “We’ll see how he feels going through the steps.”Scioscia said Ohtani’s injury wasn’t serious enough to order X-rays or an MRI. That might have been the most encouraging news to come from the manager’s pregame remarks. The Angels have treated Ohtani with the utmost caution in his first month in the big leagues, as a pitcher and as a hitter. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

  • Lampard out-wits Mourinho, but racism scars Chelsea win at Spurs

    first_imgLondon, United Kingdom | AFP | Frank Lampard out-witted Jose Mourinho as Chelsea powered to a 2-0 win at Tottenham on Sunday that featured a double from Willian, a red card for Son Heung-min and allegations of racist abuse.Billed as a showdown between Mourinho and Lampard, an explosive London derby showed the student is more than a match for the man who served as his mentor during their time together at Chelsea.Blues boss Lampard pulled a tactical masterstroke as he cleverly changed his team’s formation, leaving Tottenham manager Mourinho unable to respond as Willian opened the scoring with a blistering strike and increased Chelsea’s lead with a penalty before half-time.Tottenham’s South Korean star Son was sent off for a needless kick at Antonio Rudiger in the second half as Chelsea swept to a sweet victory over their former manager.With top four rivals Manchester United losing at Watford earlier in the day, it will be a happy festive period for Lampard’s fourth placed side, who sit six points clear of seventh placed Tottenham after ending a run of four defeats from their last five Premier League games.There was little Christmas cheer for Tottenham, who may have to answer for the behaviour of their fans amid claims Rudiger was racially abused and an object was thrown at Chelsea keeper Kepa Arrizabalaga.A fan was seen directing a ‘monkey gesture’ at Rudiger and three announcements over the tannoy that “racist behaviour from spectators is interfering with the game” painted a bleak picture of the latest racist incident to scar European football this term.Lampard had already beaten Mourinho last season when his Derby met the Portuguese coach’s Manchester United in the League Cup and once again he proved too smart for his old boss.After a hug and handshake between Lampard and Mourinho, there was a poignant minute’s applause for Tottenham and England World Cup winner Martin Peters, who died aged 76 on Saturday.Those shows of respect marked the end of the civilities as Tottenham fans booed Marcos Alonso vociferously and chanted about his involvement in a fatal car crash in Spain several years ago.– Tactical tweak –Chelsea had the perfect response to the cruel taunts as they completely dominated possession in the early stages and took the lead in the 12th minute. With Tottenham too slow to mark up, Willian took a short corner to Mateo Kovacic and when the Brazilian received the return pass, he adroitly side-stepped Serge Aurier before curling a superb finish into the far corner of Paulo Gazzaniga’s net.There was an extra edge about Willian’s celebrations given the abuse of Alonso as he sprinted to pose in front of the Tottenham fans.Aware of Chelsea’s frailties at the back, Lampard had switched to a five-man defence and dropped Jorginho in a move that allowed N’Golo Kante to return to his preferred deep-lying midfield role.The tactical tweak worked a treat and Tottenham’s only decent chance of the entire match was wasted by Harry Kane, who fired over from Moussa Sissoko’s cross.With the supply lines to Kane shut down, Lampard’s team deservedly doubled their lead in first half stoppage-time.To the chagrin of Tottenham’s fans, Alonso was the catalyst as he chased a long ball into the penalty area and was clattered by Gazzaniga’s desperate rush off his line.After a VAR review, the spot-kick was awarded, with Willian calmly slotting past Gazzaniga for his fifth goal of an exceptional campaign for the winger.That made it an alarming 14 goals conceded in all competitions by Tottenham since Mourinho replaced Mauricio Pochettino.Any hopes of a Tottenham comeback were quashed in the 62nd minute by Son’s needless clash with Rudiger.Falling to the turf after a collision with the Chelsea defender, Son responded by kicking both feet at Rudiger.A lengthy VAR review led to Son’s dismissal for violent conduct, sparking an ugly end to the clash as Tottenham fans appeared to tarnish their club with sick racist taunts at Rudiger.Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

  • Gayle hopes for another big knock against India at World T20

    first_imgMUMBAI, India (AP):Chris Gayle hopes to smash another century when West Indies returns at the Wankhede Stadium tomorrow for their World Twenty20 semi-final against India.Gayle’s 47-ball century against England gave West Indies a winning momentum in the tournament before Afghanistan broke the three-match winning sequence of the 2012 champions on a turning wicket at Nagpur.”This is a perfect opportunity to actually start the tournament and try and pick up where I left off, get a big one for the team and put them in a winning position,” Gayle said yesterday.A niggling hamstring injury denied Gayle a chance to bat against Sri Lanka. He returned against South Africa but lasted only two deliveries – flicking the first one for four before getting clean bowled off the next ball.He was then rested against Afghanistan in their last last group match.POWER HITTINGBut the batting-friendly wickets in Mumbai with short square boundaries ideally suits the power hitting of Gayle as West Indies raced to 183-4 against England with 11 balls to spare.South Africa also twice scored over 200 runs at the Wankhede Stadium. However, first England denied the Proteas with the second highest ever successful chase of 230-8 and then Afghanistan put up a brisk start before losing by 37 runs in pursuit of South Africa’s 209-5.In the absence of at least two key players leg-spinner Sunil Narine and all-rounder Kieron Pollard, West Indies have ousted South Africa and defending champions Sri Lanka from the tournament.”That goes to show the strength of West Indies cricket back home,” Gayle said. “The guys who actually replaced the first picks, someone like Carlos Brathwaite, he won us the game against South Africa … and the bench is still strong enough.”Gayle said that six-run defeat against Afghanistan has only increased the motivation of West Indies to do well in the semi-final.”The only positive you can look from the Afghanistan game is the motive,” Gayle said.”We saw India bounce back from losing games as well, so it can put us in a strong position as well to actually lift our game and do better on Thursday.”Virat Kohli has been key in guiding the host into the semi-finals with his two masterful half centuries against arch-rivals Pakistan and an unbeaten 82 off 51 balls in the do-or-die last group match against Australia.Gayle was not surprised by the sublime form of India’s master middle-order batsman, who has scored 184 runs at an impressive average of 92.00.”No surprise there. I have said it over the years he is going to be the world beater he is today,” he said.”He has been fantastic right through the year. He has been in great form. He can still get runs but in a losing cause. We’ll be happy with that as well.”- APlast_img read more