London Spirit retain England captains Eoin Morgan and Heather Knight for The Hundred | Cricket News

first_imgMorgan said: “We have the makings of a great squad and I’m looking forward to playing at the Home of Cricket in this exciting new format. I believe we will have a great blend of skills both in the squad and our coaching staff and I can’t wait to get going.”Knight added: “It is a real honour to be retained as skipper for next year. We are beginning to build an exciting side and hopefully we can make a real impact on the pitch.“While it was obviously disappointing that the competition wasn’t able to take place this year, The Hundred promises to be a real leap forward for our sport and I can’t wait to lead the side in 2021.” Dan Lawrence in action for Essex Eagles London Spirit have retained Heather Knight, Eoin Morgan, Dan Lawrence and Naomi Dattani
London Spirit have retained Heather Knight, Eoin Morgan, Dan Lawrence and Naomi Dattani

Scottish court rules that tenant can escape lease

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Mutabaruka talks religion

first_img Share FaithLifestyle Mutabaruka talks religion by: – March 16, 2011 Share 192 Views   no discussions Sharing is caring!center_img Internationally recognised dub poet Mutabaruka will be one of the main presenters during the United Theological College of the West Indies’ (UTCWI) Founders’ Week, which began on Monday at the College’s Golding Avenue complex.The barefooted, highly respected Rastafarian performer, who speaks today, will present his views on the topic ‘A Rastafari Prospective on the Hebrew Bible’.Scheduled to begin at 11:15 a.m., the dub poet’s lecture will have an audience of almost 300 pastors who have gathered for five days, in honour of Reverend D. William Wilberforce Watty, a Caribbean theologian and former president of UTCWI.According to president of UTCWI – the first female to hold that position – Rev Dr Marjorie Lewis, “Dr Watty had been confirmed to attend the conference but, at the last minute, had to cancel his appearance because of health issues. Unfortunately, he was advised not to travel at this time but UTCWI is looking into the possibility of Dr Watty participating through a Skype network connection on Friday.”However, daughter Lenore Watty is expected to represent the Watty family at the Founders’ Week celebrations. In honour of Dr Watty – who Lewis said always encouraged his students to think critically and to engage in spirited debate and committed praxis – the overall theme chosen for the UTCWI Founders’ Week is ‘Iron Sharpeneth Iron: Seeking Meaning Through Conversations on the Hebrew Bible’.Among the topics to be explored this week are ‘Allegorical Hermeneutics: The New Thought Approach to Biblical Interpretation’, presented by Rev Dr Mary Tumpkin, and ‘The Place of the Hebrew Bible in Islam’, with presenter Kwaku Ahmed.Open day and family reunionThere will be an open day and family reunion on Thursday, with an outing planned for families of former UTCWI lecturers. Lewis said the ground floor of the University of the West Indies Chapel was filled with delegates who participated in the opening service on Monday. Rev Dr George Mulrain, Connexional, president of the Methodist Church in the Caribbean and the Americas, was the preacher.UTCWI was established in 1965 by a number of mainline churches to prepare persons from across the Caribbean and Central America for ministry in the Christian Church. Today, UTCWI not only provides basic training for the sponsoring denominations (Anglican, Baptist, Moravian, Methodist, Lutheran and United Church), but offers academic degrees at undergraduate and postgraduate levels to an expanding student body, including students from evangelical and pentecostal churches.Source: The Gleaner Tweet Sharelast_img read more

What will the WrestleMania 35 stage look like?

first_imgWrestleMania 35 will again be the biggest event in sports entertainment and WWE always goes above and beyond to make it an incredible experience. That includes building an elaborate stage to fit the scene. This year’s event is no different and fans are very curious as always as to learn and see what the actual stage will look like at the “Showcase of the Immortals.” Join DAZN and watch more than 100 fight nights a yearWith WrestleMania 35 almost here, we’re starting to get our first glimpse of how the scene looks at MetLife Stadium for Sunday’s big event. Take a look:Crews continue to build the Wrestlemania 35 stage. Official reveal is scheduled tomorrow. Thanks to Crest212 for passing these along. pic.twitter.com/sAqZRD0wuH— HeelByNature.com (@HeelByNatureYT) April 5, 2019Some new photos of the #WrestleMania 35 Set & Stage. They’ll obviously add more to it instead of just a giant screen. pic.twitter.com/890pFRNPUd— Angel Lopez (@xKillSwitch130x) April 5, 2019A little more of a high res photo of yesterday’s leak of the #WrestleMania stage pic.twitter.com/mZPuioPYFA— Flash Gordon (@TheArcherMW) April 4, 2019They go from WrestleMania 29 bridge stage to RAW 2.0 stage. #WresteMania pic.twitter.com/N0DiHkvNGa— Aaron🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 (@DareToAaron) April 5, 2019last_img read more

Public meeting called after large wind farm proposal for Gaoth Dobhair

first_imgA meeting has been called by residents following an application for a large wind farm in the heart of Gaoth Dobhair.Galway based company Lir Energy Limited have applied to Donegal County Council for an 85m high Wind Turbine on lands near the former Comer Yarns buildling on the Gweedore Business Park.Local residents have now called a meeting in Leabharlann Ghaoth Dobhair on the Gweedore Business Park for Wednesday, 16th November at 7pm. Public meeting called after large wind farm proposal for Gaoth Dobhair was last modified: November 14th, 2016 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)last_img read more