The Nth Power Welcomes Jaden Carlson Along Four-Night Run Through Colorado [Watch]

first_imgThe Nth Power is currently on tour in support of their upcoming album, Live: To Be Free, which was recorded live over three nights at in Brooklyn, NY and in Boston, MA in August. The album is due out on November 11th and sees the group delivering plenty of truth and love in their evolution (pre-order here).Nick Cassarino (guitar/vocals), Nate Edgar (bass), keyboardist Courtney J’mell Smith (keyboard), and drummer Nikki Glaspie (drums) delivered plenty of that soul over the weekend in Colorado, with shows at Barkley Ballroom, Cervantes Other Side, Hodi’s Half Note, and The Fox Theatre.The group brought along the Jaden Carlson Band for part of the run, and traded-off sit-ins during both of their sets. The Nth Power played a thorough selection of tracks from their latest effort, including “Truth,” a socio-political number that gets right down to the thick of things that are effecting the current state of this union.“Only Love” from 2015’s Abundance is a very simple statement of what The Nth Power is all about, with lyrics that are inspirational, honest, and undeniably soulful down to their its very core, it’s difficult to not let your soul surrender to the flow. With straight grooves, beautiful harmonies, and an undeniable chemistry, this is a group that transcends genres effortlessly.If you like that R&B, soulful baby-making music, then “Could It Be” is the track for you to get things heated up with your loved one. If you can’t undulate your hips to this one, I don’t know what to tell you, because you’re simply doing it wrong.Nate Edgar is dirty on the bass, and along with his partner-in-crime Nikki Glaspie, these two are one of the most formidable rhythm sections in the business. The point is clearly proven on numbers such as “Right Now”, while Smith and Cassarino providing those extra layers and depth on keys and guitar, respectively.“Take My Soul” is a truly gritty blues number, featuring Cassarino channeling his inner Stevie Ray Vaughan. Carlson sat in with the Nth on this number during Sunday’s show at The Fox (check out video below). The group continues their tour, as they head back east, tomorrow in Memphis, TN. This is one soul train that you will want to make sure you get on at the next stop.The Nth Power – “Take My Soul” – featuring Jaden Carlson, Fox Theater, 11/6/2016[courtesy of Jaden Carlson Band]The Nth Power – “Could It Be” – Hodi’s Half Note – Fort Collins, CO – 11/5/16Setlist: The Nth Power at Hodi’s Half Note, Fort Collins, CO – 11/5/16Altar CallFreedomThirstyOnly LoveJoyTruthMore & MoreCould It BeRight NowOnly YouTake My SoulCatch The Nth Power at The Blue Note NYC on 12/9-12/10 as the official Chick Corea/John McLaughlin late night shows. Get tickets here.last_img read more

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Vivid reminders of war

first_imgMinoo Emami’s artistic spin on the iconic painting “The Birth of Venus” is as much about the birth of terror as it is a nod to Botticelli’s sweeping romantic panorama.In her own painting, Emami replaces the goddess with a prosthetic leg. The scallop shell upon which Venus is famously poised is instead a swath of fabric — perhaps a hijab, perhaps something else, but the implication is feminine, domestic. In the background, a shadowy figure with dark hair dons a gas mask as gold bullets punctuate the scene.Emami’s paintings interrogate war and its lasting effects. For Emami, the conflict in question was the Iran-Iraq War of the ’80s, and the prosthesis is her ex-husband’s. At 18, Emami married a wounded soldier in the Tehran public hospital, and his injury sparked her creative venture, an attempt to document “his struggle for a decent and normal life,” she said.“I never thought I would show these to anyone,” said Emami, now a student at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. “They were just for me, just for us.”The paintings also record what it means to be an Iranian woman and wife. In her large-scale works — “War Collection,” on view at the Center for Middle Eastern Studies through Aug. 18 — Emami pairs images of prostheses with familiar household items. While hosting a dinner party for her then husband and another veteran, she recollected that after a few drinks (“Yes, we do drink”), the men removed their prostheses and rested them against a wall. Emami was flustered as she moved from kitchen to salon, finding that their artificial limbs were in the way.“They’re always a permanent subject, and a permanent presence in the life of the person who is an amputee,” she said.Born into a Muslim family, Emami said she does not practice the faith. “I believe in democracy and liberalism,” she said. But in Iran, she said she is forbidden to talk about her anti-war stance, to create art, to have a voice.Of her works now on their third public showing in the United States, she said, “I never had the chance to show these prostheses publicly in Iran. It’s a new pleasure for me here in the U.S.”The subversive artist is a force to be reckoned with. In Iran, she has forged cloak-and-dagger collaborations with other women whose lives also have been altered by war. They meet in secret, creating papier–mâché dolls that live inside artificial feet, and decorating out-of-use prostheses “into eye-catching, spectacular art objects.”Though the war is long over, Emami said more than 16 million undetected land mines remain in Iran, and their victims are typically children who are killed or maimed. The aftershocks of war, as her art testifies, are never-ending.“This is our dark and sad reality,” said Emami. “But even with this dark and sad situation, life must go on.”“War Collection” is on view now through Aug. 18 at the Center for Middle Eastern Studies.last_img read more

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How does your garden grow?

first_imgArnold Arboretum has been a place for Bostonians to find refuge from crowded city life for nearly 150 years, and during the pandemic it offered safe respite to waves of visitors grown weary of the isolation of home.In fact, an estimated 2-3 million people visited the Arboretum just since the end of March, according to officials. While many outdoor spaces temporarily closed due to coronavirus, this outdoor museum of trees and Frederick Law Olmsted-designed landscape remained open to the public. In addition to the rise in in-person guests, the Arboretum has also drawn a larger audience for its remote programming.Arboretum Director William “Ned” Friedman, who also serves at the Arnold Professor of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, worked with colleagues at the Harvard T.H. Chan School for Public Health early on in the pandemic to maintain proper protocol, like mask wearing and social distancing, to ensure the safety of staff and visitors alike.“The Arboretum is one of the very few botanical gardens that has remained open throughout the pandemic,” Friedman said. “People are so cooped up. You don’t have anywhere you really can go and feel totally safe and relaxed. Interestingly, these venerable old institutions like the Arboretum that the public often takes for granted turned out to be the one place where you could get a sense of renewal in troubled times.”“Right now, we’re working to analyze demographic data to help us understand the different audiences who come through our 13 different gates” Friedman said. “We want to understand where people are coming from and make sure we are directing our attention and staff to developing programming that ensures that everyone feels truly welcome.”,“We’re working with demographic data to track how people come through different gates [but] the spitball numbers are phenomenal,” Friedman said. “We want to understand where people are coming from and make sure we are directing our attention and providing programming so that everyone feels invited.”At the beginning of the pandemic, the Arboretum’s on-site staff was reduced from 20 full-time members to two to four per day, while remaining employees worked remotely from home. The full staff returned to the grounds in the summer when operations were expanded, but with shifts adjusted to minimize overlap.Arboretum horticulturist Laura Mele is one of the staff members responsible for managing the care of plants in her assigned zone on Peters Hill, including pruning, mulching, pest management, and maintaining plant health. Though she said her responsibilities have largely remained the same during the pandemic, it has been a difficult adjustment to work separately from her teammates.“I am grateful that I am able to work every day in a safe manner [but] it has been hard to be at work with people without actually being at work with them,” Mele said. “I can go many days without seeing some co-workers, and even then, it’s a wave from afar. Pre-pandemic, the amount of comradery and team-building at the Arboretum was very palpable and one of my favorite things about the job.”Horticulturist Brendan Keegan said it’s been “increasingly difficult to remember what work was like prior to the pandemic,” but he has found great value in the influx of new visitors.,“The pandemic highlighted how much I underestimated the value of public urban green space to our visitors,” Keegan said. “Especially during the early stages of the lockdown, when many other parks and outdoor areas were closed, you could tell that people were driving in from around the city just for an opportunity to get outside.”Being in contact with nature provides many physical and mental health benefits. In an April 2020 Washington Post op-ed written by Friedman, Professor of Epidemiology Marc Lipsitch, and Associate Professor of Exposure Assessment Science Joseph Allen, the three discussed positive effects such as decreased negative thoughts, reduced symptoms of ADD and ADHD in children, decreased stress, and reduced mental fatigue.“There are real, tangible, measurable benefits of spending modest amounts of time in the natural world,” Friedman said. “Access to nature is a human right, especially in cities. It’s about your personal well-being.”Friedman said the Arboretum is also looking to keep some of the programs developed during the past year. Before, most of its programming took place in classrooms or in person and on-site, but online webinars have allowed thousands more people to access the events.“We’re thinking about how to take what we’ve learned from the pandemic and advance our digital communications strategy so that we can reach everyone around the world,” Friedman said.Keegan said he has also enjoyed connecting with a more international audience through these virtual events.“It’s funny to think that in the past these types of presentations primarily attracted a few dozen people from surrounding neighborhoods,” he said. “Now that they are remote, the exact same topic today might draw in hundreds of attendees, including people not just from different neighborhoods but from different countries as well.”The Arboretum is now planning for a new mobile visitor center, which will include books, digital monitors, and maps, all manned by staff.“The old model for a visitor center was you come to us, and the new model is that we’re going to come to you,” Friedman said. “We are going to be rotating our mobile visitor center to each of our gates and adjacent neighborhoods to meet many more of our neighbors and help them deepen their relationship with the Arboretum and derive more benefits from their experience.” To everything there is a season Related How plants adapt to climate change Researchers at Arboretum are studying maple trees and cold hardiness Autumnal exposures: Colorful moments in passing Two online exhibits share beauty of Arboretum for all to see Harvard photographer captures the beauty of the season The Daily Gazette Sign up for daily emails to get the latest Harvard news.last_img read more

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Wyandanch Vacant House Fire Kills 1

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A person was found dead following an abandoned house fire in Wyandanch early Saturday morning.Suffolk County police said officers and firefighters responded to a 911 call reporting a fire at a boarded up house on Irving Avenue at 2 a.m.Wyandanch Fire Department firefighters extinguished the flames and the body of a person was found inside the residence.The body was taken to the Suffolk County Medical Examiner’s office to determine the identity and cause of death.Homicide Squad and Arson Section detectives are continuing the investigation but have preliminarily determined the cause of the fire to be non-criminal.last_img

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Russia’s coronavirus case tally nears the 100,000 milestone

first_imgRussia’s nationwide tally of confirmed coronavirus cases neared the 100,000 mark on Wednesday after 5,841 new cases of the virus were registered overnight along with a record daily rise in the death toll.Russia, the world’s largest country by territory, has been on lockdown since President Vladimir Putin announced the closure of most public spaces in late March.It this week overtook China and Iran in the number of confirmed cases. The figures mean Russia now ranks eighth worldwide for the number of confirmed cases, though it has so far recorded far fewer deaths than many of the most hard-hit countries. Topics : The nationwide case tally now stands at 99,399, the country’s coronavirus crisis response center said on Wednesday. It said 108 people diagnosed with the novel coronavirus had died in the last 24 hours, a record daily rise. That means the official overall death toll now stands at 972 people.Authorities began recording a sharp rise in cases this month.Russia is now in its fifth week of a lockdown that, together with the collapse of oil prices, has put the economy on course for a 4-6% contraction, according to the central bank.Putin, addressing the nation on television on Tuesday, said the lockdown measures would have to be rolled over for another two weeks. He warned the outbreak’s peak was still ahead.”The situation is still very difficult,” said Putin. “We are facing a new and perhaps the most intense stage in countering the epidemic.” last_img read more

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Kimia Farma halts distribution of rapid test kits amid controversy over accuracy

first_imgState-owned pharmaceutical company PT Kimia Farma has temporarily halted the distribution of Biozek rapid test kits following controversy surrounding the kits’ accuracy and country of origin.The publicly listed company said in a statement on Wednesday that it was seeking clarification from the supplier, Dutch firm Inzek International Trading BV, on the kits’ manufacturer and accuracy rate following recent findings by Tempo and the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP).“Kimia Farma has taken steps to ask for clarification from Inzek on the report and temporarily stop the kits’ distribution while waiting for answers,” the company said in the statement. Tempo and the OCCRP reported that the Biozek rapid test kits were produced in China and not by Inzek as claimed by the Dutch company. The kits were also reported to have a low accuracy rate when detecting the presence of the coronavirus in a patient’s body.Kimia Farma said that it started to import the test kits in mid-April to be used under the supervision of medical professionals for screening tests on antibodies.“We then distribute the product to healthcare facilities, diagnostics laboratories and several regional health offices in the country,” it said in the statement.The product is said to have received the Conformite Europenne (CE) certificate and can legally be traded and commercialized in the European market. Patients that have used the kit are recommended to undergo further testing with a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test to get more accurate results.Topics :last_img read more

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Johan Sverdrup Phase 2 Plan Gets Go-Ahead

first_imgThe plan for development and operation (PDO) of the second phase of the Johan Sverdrup field development was formally approved by Norwegian authorities on 15 May. The same day sees the construction start of the field’s second processing platform at Aibel’s yard in Haugesund.“This is a big day for Equinor and the other Johan Sverdrup partners comprising Lundin Norway, Petoro, Aker BP and Total. Johan Sverdrup is a world-class field that will provide value to its owners and society for 50 years ahead with record-low emissions. This truly marks the beginning of the second development phase,” says Anders Opedal, executive vice president for Technology, Projects and Drilling in Equinor.The project received broad support in the Storting (Norway’s parliament) on Monday 29 April, and today the partnership received the formal approval by the Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy (MPE).Johan Sverdrup is the biggest field development on the Norwegian continental shelf since the 1980s. Phase two of the development, with planned start-up in Q4 2022, will increase field production from 440,000 barrels of oil per day to 660,000 barrels per day.The second development phase has a capital expenditure of NOK 41 billion. In addition to construction of a new processing platform (P2), the development will also include modifications of the riser platform, five subsea systems, and preparations for power supply from shore to the Utsira High in 2022.The first phase of the Johan Sverdrup development is approaching 90 % finished and production is expected to start in November this year.Only a year after the drilling platform was completed and sailed away from Haugesund, the construction of another topside is kicked off at the Aibel yard in Haugesund.“Johan Sverdrup has played an important role to suppliers and local communities in Norway, including Aibel and Haugesund. With the construction of the second processing platform kicked off here at Aibel’s yard on Risøy, the Johan Sverdrup project will once more become a landmark in Haugesund, which is great,” says Trond Bokn, senior vice president for the Johan Sverdrup development in Equinor.In the first phase of the Johan Sverdrup development more than 70% of the contracts were awarded to suppliers in Norway. Despite continued strong international competition, the Norwegian share will probably be even higher in the second development phase.The contract awarded to Aibel for construction of the second processing platform for Johan Sverdrup will help employ up to 1500 people in Haugesund during the construction phase. The Agenda Kaupang analysis agency estimates that the Johan Sverdrup field development may contribute to more than 150,000 man-years in Norway in the period 2015-2025.“Close and good cooperation with our suppliers has been key to the improvements we have seen in the development so far. Bringing considerable experience and expertise into the second construction phase – which we are currently doing on the processing platform – gives us a sound basis for delivering also the next phase safely, with quality and at cost,” says Bokn.The Johan Sverdrup field is powered from shore, placing it among the oil and gas fields with the lowest CO2 emissions in the world. In the second phase the field will also supply shore power to other fields on the Utsira High, including the Edvard Grieg, Gina Krog and Ivar Aasen fields. Emission reductions from Johan Sverdrup alone are estimated at more than 620,000 tonnes of CO2 on average per year, corresponding to annual emissions from 310,000 private cars.last_img read more

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Mbappe gives PSG quit notice, eyes Man Utd, Liverpool’s  transfer

first_imgKylian Mbappe has stunned Paris Saint-Germain chiefs by telling them he wants to leave next summer. And the France World Cup winner is plotting a shock move to La Liga or the Premier League. The revelation could spark a transfer scramble with Liverpool, Manchester United, Barcelona and Real Madrid all in the mix. Mbappe, who permanently moved to PSG for £165million in 2018, has two years left on his deal in the French capital. According to The Times, he has informed PSG he wants to play one more season giving them a final opportunity to generate a transfer fee. Mbappe is thought to have an interest in playing for the Red Devils while previously revealing his admiration for Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp. He said in January: “What Liverpool do at this moment is amazing. “They’re like a machine, they’ve found a rhythm and are like ‘we play again, we play again’. “When you watch you think everything’s easy, but that’s not easy. “The guys are focused, they play games every three days and they win, they win, they win. Loading… Promoted Content7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?Some Impressive And Almost Shocking Robots That ExistThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More11 Items You’ve Been Using Wrong Your Whole LifeWhat Happens When You Eat Eggs Every Single Day?7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe11 Strange Facts About Your Favorite TV Shows7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Animecenter_img “To be as ruthless as they have been would come from lots of hard work in training and from having a very good manager.” Real Madrid and Barcelona are long-term admirers and were beaten to his signature when he left Monaco in 2017. His availability could come at the perfect time for Barcelona who are braced to lose Lionel Messi next summer. Real Madrid are also tightening the purse strings this summer and are likely to have the cash to spend next year. read also:Mbappe Tests Positive For Coronavirus Klopp has remained loyal to his front three of Mo Salah, Sadio Mane, and Roberto Firmino. But his deadly trio all turn 29 next year and the German wouldn’t pass on the chance to sign a younger superstar. Mbappe is one of football’s biggest talents and is touted to win numerous Ballon d’Or’s once Cristiano Ronaldo and Messi hang up their boots. In 2018 he proved pivotal guiding France to the World Cup by becoming only the second-ever teenager after Pele to score in the final. He has scored 90 goals in 124 games since moving to PSG and has won three consecutive league titles. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

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Williams beats fast company for Southern SportMod crown

first_imgCory Williams motored to the 2017 Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center Southern SportMod national championship. He is pictured with Clay Smith of Speedway Motors at left and IMCA President Brett Root at right. (Photo by Bruce Badgley, Motorsports Photogrphy)TAHOKA, Texas – A season that started out with the blues turned golden for Cory Williams.The Tahoka, Texas, driver topped 17 features and ran in the top five in all but seven starts in winning the Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center Southern SportMod national championship.“We started the season kind of running where and whenever we wanted. When we saw we were up there in the national points, it was kind of a shocker,” admitted Williams. “After that we ran hard and sewed the national deal up.”Williams was a high school junior when he earned IMCA rookie of the year honors in the division in 2011. He was third in the national points race last year and brought 24 career wins into the 2017 campaign.“There were a lot of mixed emotions after I got the call from IMCA telling me points were official and that I was the national champion,” Williams said. “It’s something we’ve been chasing for the past six years. We’ve worked very hard to win it and it was a relief to get that call.”The track champion at Cardinal Speedway and West Texas Raceway, Williams struggled at early-season specials before a mid-March weekend sweep at Eunice.He’d turn things around to total nine wins at West Texas and seven at Cardinal, along with the checkers in his sole visit to Roadrunner Speedway.The track title earned at Cardinal was Williams’ fourth in five years.“Consistency, not wins, gets you championships. We really focused on top three’s,” he said. “We got a 2016 IRP Race Car late last year and started out this season with motor problems. We broke twice after taking the checkers and limped to a top four finish another night, but once we got some things figured out it began to turn around for us.”“We spent a lot of hours in the shop every week,” added Williams, largely self-funded. “It helps that we run with a lot of fast guys. They make us faster for sure.”Williams had been successful in a local pure stock class before making the move to the Southern SportMods. Having friends already racing in the sanctioned division helped convince him to make the switch.“I had a bunch of friends running SportMods so I knew I would have a lot of help if I needed it,” he said. “We’ve had a lot of fun in this class. I’m planning to run part-time next year and maybe go to a Modified in 2019.”Starts-42Wins-17Additional Top Fives-18HIS CREW: Brandon Stone, parents Mark and Shronda, wife Whitlee and children Averee, Aubree and Brody. HIS SPONSORS: Williams Motorsports of Slaton; Poston Motorsports of Midland; IRP Race Cars of Longview; and Fletcher Custom Race Engines of Tuscola.last_img read more

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Miller wins battle with Smith to give Scorpions the edge on day one

first_imgKINGSTON, Jamaica, (CMC)- Jamaica Scorpions captain Nikita Miller gave his side the early edge when he triggered another inexplicable Windward Islands Volcanoes batting collapse to overshadow Devon Smith’s third hundred of the season in the Regional 4-Day Championship on Thursday.Miller, the most successful bowler in the history of the West Indies first-class championship, captured 5-60 from 29 overs with his steady left-arm spin, as the Volcanoes were bowled out for 200 in their first innings on the first day of their fifth-round match at Sabina Park.Left-hander Smith, the most prolific batsman in Windies first-class history, slammed an undefeated 116 and was the only Volcanoes batsman that offered stiff resistance to the Scorpions’ bowling.Taryck Gabriel made 23 and was the only other Volcanoes batsman to pass 20, as the visitors made four changes to their line-up from the previous match.John Campbell, bowling his uncomplicated off-spin, supported Miller in the demolition of the Volcanoes batting with 3-38 from 14 overs.Campbell was not out on 37 and Trevon Griffith was not out on five, as the Scorpions reached 43 without loss in reply when stumps were drawn.Miller, playing only his second match of the season, due to a medical procedure during the off-season, has quickly proved his worth to the Scorpions.He collected 10 wickets in the previous match against Leeward Islands Hurricanes and worked his way through the feeble Volcanoes batting after he belatedly brought himself into the attack on a pitch that was offering assistance to the spin bowlers from early.Smith, whose 344 runs prior to the start of the match was the second highest aggregate for the season, also proved how invaluable he has been to the Volcanoes.He became the first batsman this season to pass 400 runs and batted just under five hours for his 26th Regional 4-Day and 31st first-class career hundred that came from 254 balls and included seven fours and four sixes.Campbell gave Scorpions early success, when he had Tyrone Theophile, the Volcanoes captain and Smith’s long-standing opening partner, caught at leg-slip for 16 in the first hour.The part-time off-spinner struck again following the drinks break, when Roland Cato fell in the same manner for six.Smith and Gabriel carried the Volcanoes to lunch on 84 for two, but things started to unravel for the visitors once Miller introduced himself following the interval.Smith reached his 50 before Miller bowled Gabriel to end a third-wicket partnership of 54 and the floodgates opened as the Volcanoes plunged from 115 for three to 162 for eight at tea.After leg-spinner Damion Jacobs had Donwell Hector caught in the deep for seven to leave Volcanoes 126 for four, Miller trapped Kyle Mayers lbw for 15 and Dennis Smith caught close to the wicket for a duck before the visitors reached 150.After they passed that milestone, Miller removed Shane Shillingford for one before Audy Alexander was run out for a duck, as Smith coasted to tea on 85.After the break, Smith reached 90 before Campbell removed debutant Kenneth Dember for five and it was touch-and-go to see if the discarded West Indies opener would reach his landmark.He duly brought up the hundred with his final four before Sherman Lewis gave a return catch to Miller to bring the innings to a close.Volcanoes brought Hector, Dennis Smith, Dember and Alexander in to replace Kirk Edwards, Kavem Hodge, Gian Benjamin and Ray Jordan, while Scorpions replaced Garth Garvey, Dennis Bulli and Oshane Thomas with Griffith, Fabian Allen and Reynard Leveridge.Scorpions – fifth in the standings on 36.6 points – gained two bowling points, but no pace bowling points and Volcanoes – last on 18.4 points – has so far added one batting point.VOLCANOES 1st InningsDS Smith not out 116*T Theophile c Palmer b Campbell 16R Cato c Palmer b Campbell 6T Gabriel b Miller 23D Hector c Green b Jacobs 7K Mayers lbw b Miller 15+DDH Smith c Palmer b Miller 0S Shillingford c King b Miller 1A Alexander run out 0K Dember c Leveridge b Campbell 5S Lewis c and b Miller 0Extras (b5, w6) 11TOTAL (all out, 83 overs) 200Fall of wickets: 1-37, 2-61, 3-115, 4-126, 5-149, 6-149, 7-151, 8-152, 9-174Bowling: Green 5-1-17-0 (w5); Leveridge 9-3-20-0 (w1); Campbell 14-1-38-3; Jacobs 26-5-60-1; Miller 29-9-60-5SCORPIONS 1st InningsJ Campbell not out 37T Griffith not out 5Extras (lb1) 1TOTAL (without loss, 14 overs) 43A Fudadin, B King, F Allen, P Palmer, +S Taylor, D Green, D Jacobs, *N Miller, R Leveridge yet to batBowling: Lewis 3-0-10-0; Mayers 4-2-2-0; Shillingford 5-0-9-0; Dember 2-1-12-0Position: Scorpions trail by 157 with all first innings wickets standinglast_img read more

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