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bandu2 : menu_arrow.gif Article: Stranded woman rescued by farmer - 11/07/2013 00:46

Stranded woman rescued by farmer
A stranded woman has been rescued by a Hawke's Bay farmer after she got trapped in rising floodwaters. The woman was attempting to drive her station-wagon through a flooded ford on Makahu Road in Puketitiri, northwest of Napier, when she got caught by rising water. Police say the woman called emergency services at about 8.30am on Thursday, saying the water was quickly rising around her. Half an hour later, the water had risen to her waist and a local farmer came to her rescue with a tractor. Police say heavy rain throughout the Hawke's Bay region has made some roads treacherous but there have been no reports of major incidents. Snow and rain has pelted the North Island during the past 48 hours, with Desert Road closed due to snow.

bandu2 : menu_arrow.gif Article: India and Sri Lanka reach cup final - 04/08/2013 23:33

India and Sri Lanka reach cup final
India has overcome Sri Lanka and the almost continuous threat of inclement weather at Queen's Park Oval to advance to the final of the Tri-Nation Series two days later against the same opponents. In yet another match in Trinidad severely affected by rain, the World Cup and Champions Trophy holders battled to 3-119 off 29 overs on Tuesday before a torrential downpour just before midday seemed set to force the match into a reserve day. However the conditions improved significantly in late afternoon, and with the Sri Lankans set a revised target of 178 off 26 overs under the Duckworth-Lewis system, Bhuvneshwar Kumar produced an outstanding spell of seaming bowling, taking four for eight off his allotted six overs and ensuring that Sri Lanka were routed for 96 in reply. India's 81-run margin of victory was also sizeable enough to ensure that while they finished level on nine points with both Sri Lanka and the West Indies, their net run-rate was superior to the Caribbean side's, so knocking Dwayne Bravo's team out of the competition and giving the hosts an unwanted two extra days to prepare for the five-match One-Day International Series with Pakistan, beginning on Sunday in Guyana. Kumar exploited the helpful conditions masterfully, extracting pace and bounce off a greenish pitch and moving the ball both ways. "I feel proud to put in a performance like this for my country, especially in a match of such importance," he said. "I really enjoyed bowling here, just as it was in England, so I just tried to bowl in good areas consistently." He accounted for Upul Tharanga and Kumar Sangakkara off successive deliveries in his second over, although Sangakkara could consider himself unfortunate to be adjudged LBW. There was no doubt though about his other victims, Mahela Jayawardene slicing a catch to third man and Lahiru Thirimanne driving unerringly to Virat Kohli at cover. India's captain, who earlier in the day appeared thoroughly flustered by the challenging conditions, never allowed the Sri Lankans a way out of their dire straits, employing his support bowlers effectively. Left-arm spinner Ravindra Jadeja accounted for skipper Angelo Mathews and top scorer Dinesh Chandimal (26) to ensure there was to be no miraculous revival. "To bounce back the way we've done and top the table after losing the first two matches really shows a lot of character," said a delighted Kohli in the aftermath of victory. "It was all about playing smart cricket when we were batting to ensure we didn't lose wickets slogging. It worked out well for us with the help of the Duckworth-Lewis (method)." Rohit Sharma's patient, unbeaten 48 at the top of the order when India were put in was vital to holding the innings together on a bright but increasingly humid morning.

bandu2 : menu_arrow.gif Article: Doncaster to host Kiwis v Cook Islands - 14/08/2013 22:32

Doncaster to host Kiwis v Cook Islands
Doncaster's Keepmoat Stadium will host a World Cup warm-up match between New Zealand and the Cook Islands on October 20 lace and embroidery. The Kiwis open the defence of their World Cup title a week later against Samoa in Warrington, while the Cook Islands get their campaign under way against the United States in Bristol on Wednesday, October 30 Property investment portal. "We wanted a decent hit-out under English conditions before the World Cup," New Zealand manager Tony Iro said. "There's a chance some of our guys won't have played for six to seven weeks and we don't want to be underdone going into a tough first World Cup match against Samoa." The match is the result of talks between Iro and his older brother Kevin, who is the commissioner of Cook Islands Rugby League. "We couldn't have asked for a better build-up to our campaign than by testing ourselves against the title holder MPLS VPN service," Kevin Iro said.

bandu2 : menu_arrow.gif Article: Celebrate the Release of "Anchorman 2" with a Whiskey-Infused Menu - 08/01/2014 20:04

Celebrate the Release of
The much-awaited movie "Anchorman 2" hits theaters today, and in case you haven't already picked up a pint of Scotchy Scotch Scotch ice cream, we have some other whiskey-centric ways to celebrate. We think Ron Burgundy would approve. Are you planning on seeing Anchorman 2? Pear, Whiskey, and Sparkling Cider Cocktail