highlights For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Wasim Jaffer has amassed over 19000 runs in the domestic circuit. Jaffer believes having T20 skills is the hour requirement today. He has played 31 Test and 2 ODIs for India. New Delhi: The Veteran Indian Cricketer Wasim Jaffer has probably been India’s best domestic circuit batsman. He is often termed as the artist of domestic cricket and unsurprisingly, hails from Mumbai. Despite being the highest run-scorer in Ranji Trophy, Irani Trophy, and also having the highest number of first-class hundreds, Wasim Jaffer didn’t get going at the International area. Having played over 30 Test for India, Wasim doesn’t carry an impressive record. The 40-year-old, in his initial days, used to play as an opener and scored 1944 runs in 58 innings at a decent average of 34.11. Having got ample opportunities up front, the giant wasn’t able to impress the selectors and was eventually dropped from the squad. Jaffer last featured against South Africa in 2008 at Green Park. Jaffer hasn’t been the power-hitter and scored 95 percent of his domestic runs with orthodox shots. His traditional approach helped him to amass 19147 runs at an incredible average of 51.19. To top that off, he has won as many as ten Ranji Trophy titles – 2 with Vidarbha and 8 with Mumbai.Being close to cricket over two and a half decades now, Jaffer finally opens up and has a piece of advice of the young guns. He believes that if a player needs to survive at the supreme level for long, he should have T20 skills in batting or bowling otherwise the path is foggy. Speaking to rediff.com, Jaffer went on saying “This is how the system is working now. The times have changed. Nowadays, I feel a player needs to have T20 skills otherwise he is not going to survive.”While explaining, Jaffer indirectly quoted his own example and said, “No matter how much runs you score in the Ranji Trophy or Duleep Trophy or Irani Trophy, if you don’t have T20 skills in batting or bowling, you are not going to go too far. Obviously, they look into that and they prioritise their game accordingly to suit T20 cricket which I don’t think is their fault. That is how the system works now and they want to get noticed.”They know if they don’t play the IPL, they won’t get too far. The IPL gives them the benchmark for them to get picked for the Indian team. You can’t blame them because you need to have T20 skills otherwise you are not going to play too much cricket,” he concluded.
If the game does go to OT, Buffalo Wild Wings will give away a free snack size of traditional or boneless wings on Feb. 18 from 4 to 7 p.m. local time. Little Caesar’s did a similar promotion during March Madness, saying it would give away free pizza if a No. 16 seed beat a No. 1 seed. UMBC pulled off a shocking upset of Virginia to make that happen. Super Bowl 53: 20 Opta facts for Patriots vs. Rams Super Bowl 53: Roger Goodell addresses no-call from NFC championship Buffalo Wild Wings is taking a page out of Little Caesar’s handbook.The chain restaurant is taking a chance at the Super Bowl this Sunday, as it will give away free wings if the game goes into overtime. This was the first year in NFL history both conference championship games went to OT. Former NFL punter and current broadcaster Pat McAfee, who is working with Buffalo Wild Wings during the promotion, is betting that it will happen.”I believe in putting things out into the universe,” he told Ominsport. “You put things out into the universe, you speak things into existence and I’m hoping that this happens, I’ve been speaking this into existence ever since I signed up with Buffalo Wild Wings and if this thing goes into overtime, I am a medium, all drums, crispy wings eater on a very regular basis, two or three times a week from Buffalo Wild Wings, and free wings for me on Sunday…wouldn’t only help my pocketbook, but it helps the morale of America, so I’m betting on it going to overtime.” Related News View this post on Instagram 🗣 FREE WINGS FOR AMERICA FROM @bwwings… if it goes to OT obvi.. This is a really cool moment for me, got to become a #BWWPartner for a Super Bowl promotion. I’m a lucky dude… Censorship’s a real kick in the sack tho 😂😂A post shared by patmcafeeshow (@patmcafeeshow) on Jan 28, 2019 at 6:48pm PSTNow, about overtime. Both championship games went to an extra period this season and there was plenty of controversy in the two matchups. In the AFC, potential MVP Patrick Mahomes of the Chiefs never got to touch the ball as Tom Brady led the Patriots down the field for a touchdown to win.Brady is now a perfect 3-0 in playoff overtime games and his opponent has never touched the ball in any of those games. McAfee would be willing to see the format changed.”You would hope that the MVP — probable MVP — is going to get a chance to touch the rock, but in the NFC game, I mean, there was the standard, ball, turnover…make it happen, other team wins, so…I know there’s been a lot of conversation about the overtime and everything like that…there’s a lot of crazy concepts that we could come up with but at the end of the day, anything that gets chosen is going to be debated upon,” he said. “I wish Patrick Mahomes would have gotten the chance to touch the ball there, but I also wish that maybe the Chiefs could have got a turnover there.”
The owner of an Indian restaurant has been ordered to pay the ESB almost €4,000 when a worker had his eyebrows burned after a meter was tampered with.A man was injured after the ESB meter was tampered with.Bettina Adams, of the Spice of India restaurant in Milford, was charged with failing to stop the interference of a meter. Letterkenny District Court heard how an electrical contractor received injuries after investigating a meter at the premises.His eyebrows were burned after he encountered a flash while working at the meter on April 19th, 2013.The ESB investigated the issue and found the meter had been tampered with and it was made safe.Solicitor Patsy Gallagher said his client was not responsible for tampering with the meter but knew it had been interfered with.He said the accused was only rented the premises and said it was not “a hive of activity.”The court was told that the contractor had been lucky he had not been more seriously hurt.Judge Paul Kelly said “This graphically illustrates the dangers of such operations.”Mr Gallagher said Ms Adams had agreed to pay the ESB the €4,000 they were owed at €100 per month.Judge Kelly also fined the woman €350 for failing to stop an interference with a meter.MAN’S EYEBROWS BURNED AFTER RESTAURANT’S ESB METER TAMPERED WITH was last modified: January 8th, 2015 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:donegalESBmeterMilfordSpice of Indiatampered