Sunrisers restricts Punjab to 143-6

first_img COMMENT bl23_warner × SHARE April 23, 2016 Hyderabad Published on IPL 2016 Sunrisers Hyderabad dished out another superlative bowling effort to restrict Kings XI Punjab to 143 for six in an IPL T20 encounter at the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket stadium here tonight.Electing to bowl first after winning the toss, the SRH bowlers, including the promising Mustafizur Rahman, Henriques and others picked up wickets at regular intervals and also did not allow Punjab to score big runs.Moises Henriques scalped two wickets, while Bangladesh pacer Rahman deserves a special mention as he claimed two wickets, including a wicket in a maiden over, giving away just nine runs.Shaun Marsh (40 off 34 balls) was the top-scorer for Punjab with three boundaries and two huge sixes, while all-rounder Axar Patel’s unbeaten 36 off 17 balls laced with three sixes and a four helped them put a decent score on board.Manan Vohra, who has been consistent for KXIP this season, contributed 25 runs that had a six and three fours.As the side struggled following the exit of Captain David Miller and Glen Maxwell, young Nikhil Nayak (22) gave good company to Patel, sharing 50 runs, to help the side reach 143.The Punjab side suffered an early setback with its opener Murali Vijay returning to the pavilion in the third over by Bhuvneshwar Kumar. Vijay paid the price for his poor shot as wicket keeper Naman Ojha took a simple catch.Other opener Vohra was run out in the sixth over bowled by Mustafizur Rahman following some brilliant fielding by Shikhar Dhawan, whose direct throw found him short of crease.The KXIP suffered another major setback in the 10th over when Henriques dismissed struggling duo of skipper Miller (9) and Glen Maxwell (1) in the same over.Marsh, who appeared set for a big innings, was then trapped infront of wicket by Rahman in the 14th over.But the duo of Nayak and Patel played their useful role to take the innings forward. cricket bl23_warner SHARE SHARE EMAIL COMMENTSlast_img read more

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first_imgGo back to the enewsletterHolland America Line has taken delivery of its 15th vessel, Nieuw Statendam, at a hand-over ceremony at ship builder Fincantieri’s Marghera, Italy, shipyard. The Pinnacle Class Nieuw Statendam is setting sail for Venice, en route to Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy, for its Premiere Voyage with guests departing 5 December 2018.Orlando Ashford, Holland America Line PresidentThe delivery was attended by Orlando Ashford, Holland America Line’s president; Carnival Corporation’s Micky Arison, Chairman of the Board, and Arnold Donald, President and CEO; and Stein Kruse, CEO of Holland America Group and Carnival UK. Giuseppe Bono, CEO of Fincantieri, and several other executives from both companies also attended.“Today the Holland America Line family celebrates the addition of Nieuw Statendam to our fleet, and it’s a proud moment for everyone involved,” said Ashford. “Nieuw Statendam represents our continued evolution of adding exciting new experiences while maintaining the hallmarks that have made Holland America Line a leader in premium cruising.”Following its transatlantic crossing from Civitavecchia, Nieuw Statendam will spend a full season in the Caribbean sailing roundtrip from Fort Lauderdale. Nieuw Statendam‘s official naming ceremony will take place in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on 2 February.The ship will head to its summer homeport of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, in May and sail a series of northern Europe, Baltic and Iceland cruises before making its way to the Mediterranean in September for cruises out of Civitavecchia.The 99,902-tonne vessel accommodates 2,666 guests and is the ultimate expression of the Holland America Line brand. The ship features purpose-built staterooms for families and solo travellers among its 1,377 guest accommodations.Niuew Statendam during sea trials in August 2018While much of the ship’s design will be similar to Koningsdam, the first Pinnacle Class ship, Nieuw Statendam will have exclusive public spaces and its own style created by leading hospitality designer Adam D. Tihany and designer and architect Bjørn Storbraaten. The ship will feature grand, light-filled spaces, visual drama and sumptuous interiors inspired by the fluid curves of musical instruments.Onboard entertainment features the innovative Music Walk offering a variety of authentic live musical experiences and genres unlike any other at sea. These include the debut of the new Rolling Stone Rock Room with classic rock hits; Lincoln Center Stage, with chamber music; Billboard Onboard, with chart-topping hits; and the popular B.B. King’s Blues Club, bringing the best of Memphis music to sea. With the 270-degree LED projection at World Stage and expanded seating on Nieuw Statendam, even more guests will enjoy spectacular performances with panoramic visuals and sound effects.More at hollandamerica.com.Lead image: Nieuw Statendam in Fincantieri ShipyardGo back to the enewsletterlast_img read more

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