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Red Force wraps up campaign on a high with innings win

first_imgBASSETERRE, St Kitts (CMC) – Trinidad and Tobago Red Force ended an otherwise disappointing Regional four-day campaign on a high when they crushed Leeward Islands Hurricanes by an innings and 17 runs here Tuesday.Starting the final day of their 10th round game at Warner Park needing a huge effort to pull off victory, Red Force found their inspiration in leg-spinner Imran Khan who finished with match figures of 11 for 140.He failed to add to his overnight five-wicket haul as Hurricanes, resuming on 273 for six, were dismissed for 299. Seamer Roshon Primus took two of the four wickets to fall to finish with two for 62.Following on by 254 runs, Hurricanes were dismissed for 237 in their second innings with Khan proving T&T’s trump card again with six for 74.Off-spinner Bryan Charles picked up three for 110.Opener and captain Montcin Hodge resisted with an unbeaten 96 while Kacey Carty carved out his second half-century of the game with 54 and Akeem Saunders got 41.Hurricanes were 188 for three at one stage inside the first hour after tea but suffered a swift collapse to lose their last seven wickets for 49 runs, and slide to their fifth defeat of the season.In their second turn at the crease, Chesney Hughes fell cheaply for 11 with just 25 runs on the board but Hodge and Carty combined in an 83-run second-wicket stand to steady the innings.Hodge faced 222 balls in just over 4-3/4 hours and struck 13 fours while Carty, in his eighth first class game, stroked five fours and two sixes in a handsome 79-ball knock.Charles claimed Carty – mistiming a drive to mid-on – and Jamaican Nkrumah Bonner (0) – caught at the wicket – in successive deliveries but Hurricanes found solace in another half-century stand, this time between Hodge and Saunders, which yielded 76 runs.Saunders was within touching distance of his half-century when he gloved one from Khan that bounced and was caught at forward short-leg, triggering a terminal decline.RED FORCE 1st innings 553HURRICANES 1st innings (o/n 273 for six)M. Hodge c Webster b Khan 64C. Hughes lbw b Charles 71K. Carty c Webster b Khan 53N. Bonner c Cooper b Khan 16A. Saunders lbw b Primus 27J. Otto lbw b Khan 0S. Peters c and b Khan 0J. Taylor b Cottrell 23J. Louis c Cariah b Richards 16J. Campbell b Primus 0G. Tonge not out 8Extras: (b-4, lb-8, w-2, nb-7) 21Total: (all out, 107.5 overs) 299Fall of wickets: 1-137, 2-175, 3-223, 4-223, 5-227, 6-237, 7-273, 8-275, 9-275.Bowling: Cottrell 15-2-37-1, Richards 14.5-4-39-1, Primus 18-2-62-2, Webster 3-1-11-0, Imran Khan 28-7-66-5, Charles 29-10-72-1.HURRICANES 2nd innings (following on)M. Hodge not out 96C. Hughes c Primus b Khan 11K. Carty c Primus b Charles 54N. Bonner c wkp. Jangoo b Charles 0A. Saunders c Nicholson b Khan 41J. Otto c Richards b Cariah 8S. Peters c Khan b Charles 8J. Taylor c Cottrell b Khan 1J. Louis b Khan 0G. Tonge c Cariah b Khan 0J. Campbell c Primus b Khan 1Extras: (b-12, lb-4, nb-1) 17Total: (all out, 79.5 overs) 237Fall of wickets: 1-29, 2-112, 3-112, 4-188, 5-207, 6-230, 7-231, 8-231, 9-231.Bowling: Richards 5-1-4-0, Primus 4-0-7-0, Webster 2-0-12-0, Charles 31-6-110-3, Imran Khan 32.5-9-74-6, Cottrell 3-0-11-0, Cariah 2-0-3-1.Points: Red Force 20.8, Hurricanes 5.last_img read more

TENNIS : Orange heads back out on road to face difficult Texas Christian squad

first_img Comments After the Orange missed yet another chance at playing in the NCAA tournament last season, head coach Luke Jensen knew he needed to get his team over the hump if it wanted to compete for a spot in 2011-12.During the offseason, Jensen restructured the Orange’s schedule, filling the slate with more highly touted programs to increase SU’s strength of schedule. When the tournament’s selection committee sees the increased level of competition, Jensen hopes it’ll translate to a berth in the tournament.‘If you see our schedule this year compared to years past, we’ve had very good records, but it didn’t get us into the NCAA (tournament),’ Jensen said. ‘2012 is really the next phase of a changing landscape, and that is we have to schedule to get into the NCAA tournament.’ Jensen and his squad will begin that next phase when SU travels to Fort Worth, Texas, to take on a strong Texas Christian program this Saturday at 11 a.m. The Orange will play its second consecutive game against a tough opponent on the road to start the season, reflecting Jensen’s plan to earn a spot in the tournament.Typically, Jensen said he hasn’t scheduled single matches against distant opponents because it’s too costly for the university. In the past, Jensen has tried to squeeze two or three matches into a weekend road trip, but this season, the head coach said he believes the $5,000 it cost to head to Fort Worth will be worth it in the long run.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text‘We’re going to Texas to spend a lot of money on one match, and that’s usually not the case,’ Jensen said. ‘Usually we try to get two or three matches to justify the expenditure, so it’s an investment into playing better competition.’SU’s upcoming match against the Horned Frogs will also provide an opportunity for early-season improvements and adjustments for the Orange. Jensen said he defines winning by learning and hopes that Saturday’s contest will offer a lesson of sorts to kick-start his team. The sooner SU can start landing punches against big-time opponents, the better off the Orange will be at tournament time.Senior captain Emily Harman also believes a stronger schedule will benefit the Orange players earlier in the season.‘In past years, our schedule has hurt us a bit just because we haven’t seen that level of competition up until that point where we have to win in order to reach the NCAA tournament,’ Harman said. ‘Our coach has done a fantastic job at getting many more higher ranked teams, and that’s going to be a very large stepping stone for us to really make the next move for this program.’Although Syracuse has lacked strong competitors on its schedule for the last few years, sophomore Maddie Kobelt said she believes the team is ready to step up and take on the challenge.It starts with executing against TCU on Saturday. By playing tougher opponents, Kobelt said the Orange will be motivated to maximize its potential to break out into the national spotlight.‘I think we’re ready for (a tougher schedule),’ Kobelt said. ‘This is what we want. When we play TCU, we just need to execute what we’ve been practicing because we’re all capable of beating any player we face on the court.’When SU travels down to Texas on Saturday, a new chapter will be written for Jensen and his squad. The Orange will play TCU for the first time in program history. Jensen will also be facing his old friend Dave Borelli, who is the Horned Frogs’ head coach and Jensen’s former coach when he played at Southern California.The alliance can only help Jensen in his quest for competition and eventually an NCAA championship.‘Our objective is to win a national title, and you can’t win a national title unless you get into the NCAA tournament,’ Jensen said. ‘If you don’t get into the NCAA tournament, then what’s the point?’awmirmin@syr.edu Facebook Twitter Google+center_img Published on January 18, 2012 at 12:00 pmlast_img read more

Offensive lineman Ryan Alexander leaves Syracuse midseason

first_imgGraduate transfer offensive tackle Ryan Alexander left the Syracuse football team this week, according to a report by Stephen Bailey of Syracuse.com.A Syracuse Athletics spokesperson confirmed Alexander left the program and did not travel to Tallahassee, Florida.Alexander reportedly departs Syracuse amid a two-game skid in which SU now has allowed the most sacks in the country (35) and led head coach Dino Babers to say “everybody’s job is in jeopardy” after the Orange surrendered nine sacks to Pittsburgh.Redshirt freshman Carlos Vettorello originally beat Alexander for the starting right tackle spot out of fall camp. But when Sam Heckel got injured against Liberty, Vettorello filled in for Airon Servais — who moved to center — at left tackle and Alexander plugged in at right tackle. He’s started every game since.Freshman tackle Matthew Bergeron, SU’s top reserve lineman, is in line to start in Alexander’s stead, according to the report. The Orange face Florida State at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday in Tallahassee.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThis story will be updated with additional reporting. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on October 25, 2019 at 5:00 pm Contact Andrew: aegraham@syr.edu | @A_E_Grahamlast_img read more

Gianni Infantino: Fifa president cleared in ethics probe

first_imgFifa president Gianni Infantino has been cleared of wrongdoing following an investigation into his expenses, recruitment and alleged sacking of whistleblowers.Infantino took charge of football’s world governing body in February after the disgraced Sepp Blatter resigned.Fifa’s ethics committee found no “conflicts of interest” and no breaches of the organisation’s ethics code.”The benefits enjoyed by Mr Infantino were not considered improper,” it said.Infantino said he was pleased with the decision, adding he “would like to thank all those who co-operated with the ethics committee to ensure that the facts were heard and the truth prevailed”.BBC Sport learned last month that Infantino, 46, was under scrutiny from the investigatory chamber of Fifa’s ethics committee. At the time, the Swiss lawyer was said to be “very confident” no further action would be taken, with sources close to the former Uefa secretary general describing the allegations as “absurd” and “baseless”.”Mr Infantino’s conduct with regard to his contract with Fifa, if at all, constituted internal compliance issues rather than an ethical matter,” the ethics committee added.What were the allegations?A leaked internal Fifa memo outlined a series of claims relating to Infantino. The claims were that he: Left himself exposed to claims of a possible conflict of interest by using private jets laid on by a World Cup bidding country;Filled senior posts without checking people’s eligibility for the role;Billed Fifa for mattresses, flowers, a tuxedo, an exercise machine and personal laundry;Demanded Fifa hire an external driver, who then billed the governing body for driving Infantino’s family and advisors around while he was abroad.last_img read more

Adobe Flash 0Day Vulnerability APSA1801

first_imgAdobe Flash 0-Day Vulnerability APSA18-01 by Martin Brinkmann on February 02, 2018 in Security – Last Update: February 26, 2018 – 30 commentsAdobe released the security advisory APSA18-01 for Flash Player that confirms a critical security vulnerability in Flash Player 28.0.0.137 and earlier.Flash Player 28.0.0.137 is the most recent version of the program which means that all installed versions of Flash are affected by it.Update: Adobe released a security update for Adobe Flash player products affected by the issue. The company fixed the issue in Adobe Flash Player 28.0.0.161.Affected products:Adobe Flash Player Desktop Runtime on Windows, Linux and Mac platforms.Adobe Flash Player for Google Chrome on Windows, Mac, Linux and Chrome OS platforms.Adobe Flash Player for Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 8.1 and 10.Adobe plans to release an update for Flash Player in the coming week that patches the security issues. The company confirmed in the advisory that the vulnerability is exploited in the wild, and that it is aware of attacks against Windows users that use Office documents with embedded Flash content that is malicious and distributed via email.Adobe is aware of a report that an exploit for CVE-2018-4878 exists in the wild, and is being used in limited, targeted attacks against Windows users. These attacks leverage Office documents with embedded malicious Flash content distributed via email.Adobe suggests that administrators enable Protected View to open documents in read-only mode. This is done with a click on File > Options, and the enabling of Protected View options under Trust > Trust Center Settings > Protected View.This mitigates the current attack type but it may not protect systems against other attacks that exploit the vulnerability.It is recommended to uninstall Adobe Flash in the meantime, disable it, or at the very least set it to “click to play”.Günter Born’s article on disable the native Adobe Flash implementation offers instructions on how to do that. I don’t want to quote the full article, but here are the basics.Internet ExplorerWindows admins may use the following two Registry files to disable or enable the native Flash implementation on Windows in Microsoft Internet Explorer.To disable FlashWindows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\ActiveX Compatibility\{D27CDB6E-AE6D-11CF-96B8-444553540000}] “Compatibility Flags”=dword:00000400[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\ActiveX Compatibility\{D27CDB6E-AE6D-11CF-96B8-444553540000}] “Compatibility Flags”=dword:00000400To enable FlashWindows Registry Editor Version 5.00 ; Unblock Flash Player in Windows 8, 8.1, 10 [-HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\ActiveX Compatibility\{D27CDB6E-AE6D-11CF-96B8-444553540000}][-HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\ActiveX Compatibility\{D27CDB6E-AE6D-11CF-96B8-444553540000}]We have uploaded the Registry file to our own server for your convenience: BlockFlash-Internet-Explorer.zipGroup PolicyYou can deactive Adobe Flash using the Group Policy as well if you administrate PCs with professional editions of Windows:Tap on the Windows-key, type gpedit.msc and hit the Enter-key. This opens the Group Policy Editor.Use the hierarchy on the left to go to Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Internet Explorer > Security Features > Add-on ManagementDouble-click on  “Turn off Adobe Flash in Internet Explorer and prevent applications from using Internet Explorer technology to instantiate Flash objects” to open the policy.Set it to enabled, and click on ok.Microsoft EdgeThe Internet Explorer changes don’t affect Microsoft Edge. You can disable Adobe Flash in Microsoft Edge directly or through policies.SettingsTo disable Adobe Flash in Microsoft Edge using the browser’s settings, do the following:Open Microsoft Edge.Select Menu > Settings.Scroll down and click on “show advanced settings”.Locate “Use Adobe Flash Player” and flip the preference to off.Group PolicyTap on the Windows-key, type gpedit.msc and hit the Enter-key. This opens the Group Policy Editor.Go to Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Microsoft Edge.Double-click on “Allow Adobe Flash”.Set the policy to disabled, and click on ok.Related articlesAfter ignoring Linux for years, Adobe releases Flash 24 for LinuxAdobe retires Flash in December 2020Chrome: How to allow Flash on sitesHow to force Flash updates in ChromeHow To Open The Adobe Flash Player Settings In Google ChromeSummaryArticle NameAdobe Flash 0-Day Vulnerability APSA18-01DescriptionAdobe released the security advisory APSA18-01 for Flash Player that confirms a critical security vulnerability in Flash Player 28.0.0.137 and earlier.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisementlast_img read more