Cover photo: Pexels.com, FB / Illustration: HrTurizam.hr So in August we can finally see the crowds of tourists on Stradun, and this is best illustrated by the data that in Dubrovnik in the last two days the visitor counter in the historic center has risen to 6.000 visitors. Recently, Franković wrote to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson after announcing the introduction of a two-week quarantine for Croatia, in which he stressed that Dubrovnik is one of the safest European travel destinations with detailed protocols in all situations, including the number of infected people. have also been reported by many British media outlets, such as The Telegraph. In any case, Dubrovnik is struggling and not adhering to the status quo, which is more than commendable. This year is literally a fight for every guest. We have a long and difficult autumn and winter ahead of us, in which we will have to survive with a modest income from this season until the spring of 2021. As constructive criticisms are often written about the tourist development of Dubrovnik, so positive examples should be praised, as is the case now. Namely, Mayor Mate Franković is very active in promoting Dubrovnik as a safe destination and open to tourists. The proposal and lobbying of Mayor Franković that daily data on the pages of the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control should be divided by counties should certainly be pointed out. Thus, 10.316 overnight stays were recorded yesterday, with a little more than 6.000 guests currently staying in Dubrovnik. And in Dubrovnik, they are finally looking forward to the guests, but of course the current numbers are far from ideal. Currently, in August, Dubrovnik is at 37% of overnight stays since last year. In the period from 1 January to 31 July, 113 arrivals were recorded in Dubrovnik, or only 912% of last year’s tourist traffic and 14 overnight stays, also 347% of last year’s tourist traffic in the same period, which best shows that the difficult situation in Dubrovnik was until early August. “It started… .the number on the counter reached 6000 visitors.There was a queue to enter the walls. We are recovering step by step”Wrote Mate Franković, the mayor of Dubrovnik, on his FB profile. A few days ago I wrote how they are Dubrovnik and Hvar are among the most affected tourist destinations in Croatia, but how in spite of everything a little optimism is aroused. Also, many world media were in Dubrovnik for two weeks, from Bloomberg, Reuters, the Associated Press to ABC News, which had three live reports from Dubrovnik.
BI has bought a total of Rp 172.5 trillion worth of government bonds, including Rp 166.2 trillion from foreign investors in the secondary market. “We will always be in the market to maintain liquidity,” Perry said.Although the rupiah has depreciated by 18.29 percent since the beginning of the year, Perry said the currency was moving in a good market mechanism and that exporters continued to supply foreign exchange to the market.“We also encourage importers and global investors that need US dollars to enter the DNDF market to hedge their funds and the premium is relatively cheap,” he said.As of 10.27 a.m., the rupiah traded at 16.402 per US dollar, down 0.57 percent.Topics : Foreign investors are slowly coming back to Indonesia as Bank Indonesia (BI) is seeing signs of an easing of the recent capital outflow from the country.BI Governor Perry Warjiyo said on Tuesday that the central bank recorded a total Rp 145.1 trillion (US$8.7 billion) of capital outflow throughout the first three months of this year. The figure consisted of a Rp 131.1 trillion outflow from government bonds and Rp 9.9 trillion from the stock market.The figure was much lower than the outflow BI recorded during the height of the coronavirus outbreak from Jan. 20 to March 30 that reached Rp 167.9 trillion, consisting of Rp 153.4 trillion from the bond market and Rp 13.4 trillion from the stock market. Although still recording an outflow, the central bank has started to see foreign investors coming back to the country with the volume of the outflow declining and the latest government bond auction oversubscribed.“The government absorbed Rp 22.2 trillion from the Rp 15 trillion indicative target from the auction because it received total bids of Rp 35.5 trillion,” Perry said during a video conference with the media.Perry attributed the easing outflow to the various economic stimulus packages and stabilization by the central bank.“The measures successfully subdued panic in the market despite the high levels of uncertainty,” he said during a video conference with the media. BI has been stabilizing the markets through its “triple market intervention” measures, focusing on the foreign exchange spot market, domestic non-deliverable forward (DNDF) and secondary bond markets.
Just living in a home which hasn’t been cleaned up after heavy meth users can be a health hazard.She said be cautious of suspicious dealings with tenants. While as a landlord it might be nice to find a tenant willing to pay rent for months in advance, it may also be a way to keep the landlord “off their backs’’ and leave no paper trail for the authorities.Ms Parrella said landlords who were suspicious of illegal activity should contact authorities immediately and not confront the tenant directly.“The non-visible damage cost, such as the forensic cleaning required on a property that has beenused to manufacture chemical substances, is often one of the most expensive,’’ Ms Parrella said. If your tenant has used your home as a drug lab the clean up could cost thousand.HUNDREDS of investment properties across Queensland could be meth time bombs with experts warning clean up costs could run into the thousands.Australia’s meth use has tripled in the past five years, and according to one industry testing group that means the number of clandestine drug labs would also be on the rise.Bryan Goodall, the national sales manager for Octief, environmental and occupational hygienists, which test properties for chemical residue from methamphetamines, said it was a growing issue.Some home buyers were so concerned about it they included meth testing in their home purchase due diligence, along with the standard building and pest inspections.Mr Goodall said there were some tell take signs a home had been used for drug manufacture.The biggest sign was an unusual chemical smell. SURPRISE TWIST AMID HOUSE PRICE RECORD BRISBANE LAND VALUATIONS: THE ONLY PLACE TO DROP “Like ammonia or acetone, it almost smells of cat urine, it is not particularly a nice smell,’’ he said.“It can also be large amounts of strange rubbish around the property, things like pseudoephedrine packets, or Sudafed packets, cold and flu tablets around.’’Mr Goodall said strange bottles and jars could also be an indication.From the outside, windows that are covered up and elaborate security systems could be warning signs. Most people don’t have an abundance of test tubes and glass flaks in their home – it could be a warning sign of illegal activity.While there may be tell tale signs for former drug labs Mr Goodall said the bigger emerging problem was homes which meth users had lived and smoked in.Those often had no tell tale signs of the potential chemical time bomb future tenants could be exposed to.He said a recent case in New Zealand was detected only after the children living in the home became ill.Clean up costs for a “meth house’’ could be enormous, from $10,000 for low level contamination and much more for higher levels. Mr Goodall said in some cases walls or homes could need to be demolished. Mr Goodall said, kitchens, garages and bathrooms were the most common rooms used by illegal drug lab operators. Visible damage such as fading paintwork could be a sign of drug cultivation.“Intense lighting which is used in hydroponics could cause visible fading to paintwork,’’ she said.“Similarly, look for signs of water damage – such as warped walls and floorboards, or stained carpets – because there’s a chance it could be more than just a leaky roof.” Unusual items on site should also ring alarm bells.Ms Parrella said most homes did not have an assortment of glass flasks, beakers and rubber tubing or chemical containers lying around, if you spot plenty of these it could be cause for concern. Unusual or a large number of empty chemical bottles could be a sign not everything is on the up and up.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor7 hours agoTerri Scheer Insurance executive manager, Carolyn Parrella listed five warning signs your investment property could be used for drug production from marijuana to meth.She said unauthorised modifications to the property could be a sign. In the case of marijuana production hydroponic set ups may require pipes or hoses to be filtered through the roof or the property’s man hole.“Unexplained holes in the ceiling could be a sign of hidden systems,’’ she said. Irregular activity could be an indication and she advised during property inspections you should look for signs that the property is being lived in.“Drug manufacturers may not live in the properties they are using to cultivate drugs,” Ms Parrella said.
Generic tradie photo.THINKING of renovating your home, building a new one or downsizing to a tiny house?The HIA The Home Show throws out the welcome mat in Brisbane tomorrow, with a host of exhibitors and experts lined up to showcase the latest innovations, tips and trends. Among the new products on display will be the Smart Toilet, the Sweepovac, a new clothes drying system and the Point Pod, a pop-up power outlet that can be hidden within your stone or timber bench top.There will also be more than 250 exhibitors, including Timber Transitions Bush Huts and Titans Tiny Houses.Titan Enterprises general manager Dallas Simmonds said his company’s move to tiny houses was about diversifying and changing with the times as land sizes decrease and demand for large sheds and garages slows.But everything, including the kitchen sink, is covered, with a variety of experts also on hand to answer your questions, provide tips and share the latest trends. For the really curly questions, visitors can book a 20 minute consultation with HIA experts specialising in kitchens and bathrooms, interior decorating, building design and renovation.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus16 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market16 hours agoA series of seminars will also be held looking a building, renovating and decorating, with the first scheduled for 10am tomorrow. The first seminar will be hosted by Matt Manalis from Digital Residences, who will talk about future proofing homes with the use of smart technology.He will be followed by Peter Latemore of Latemore Design, who will share his tips before building or renovating.Other topics to be covered tomorrow include how to buy an investment property and the smart homes of the future. On Saturday, seminars will cover topics rangingfrom kitchen transformations to the southeast Queensland market outlook, which will be delivered by Jon Rivera from Urbane Homes.Designing your “grand forever home” and first home buyers will be the subjects of two of four seminars scheduled for Sunday.Doors open at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre from 9am to 5pm tomorrow, Saturday and Sunday. For more information visit https://www.brisbanehomeshow.com.au/whats-on/seminars/
NZ Herald 17 February 2016Family First Comment: “How can we be serious about reducing sexual violence against women when brothels legitimise the sexual abuse and exploitation of vulnerable people? There is a healthy stigma against prostitution – and for good reason.”A fundraiser by a brothel to raise money for a charity that makes kids’ lunches is being slammed by a family watchdog.South Taranaki bordello “Shh…Adult Fun Spot” is hosting an “open home” next month to raise money for Kai Kitchen, a charity that provides school lunches for about 40 Hawera children.During the adult-only open day, three staff members will lead visitors on site tours and answer questions about their jobs.But Family First national director Bob McCoskrie is branding the fundraiser a “tacky” gimmick and a cynical attempt by the brothel owners to promote their business and normalise prostitution.He called for the children’s food charity to reject any association with the brothel and distance itself from the fundraiser.“This is simply a cynical attempt by the sex industry to try and normalise a business by having an ‘open home’, which many in the community will object to.To then associate prostitution with children and promote the brothel via a charity feeding children is just tacky,” he said.Mr McCoskrie said families did not want brothels in communities or near schools, churches, marae, shopping precincts or restaurants. The organisation was regularly contacted by concerned parents throughout New Zealand opposed to brothels opening in their local communities, he said.Family First was also concerned at the link between prostitution and gangs and criminal behaviour, alcohol and drug abuse and sexual abuse and violence.“How can we be serious about reducing sexual violence against women when brothels legitimise the sexual abuse and exploitation of vulnerable people? There is a healthy stigma against prostitution – and for good reason,” said Mr McCoskrie.READ MORE: http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11590971Brothel open day raises eyebrowsNewsTalk ZB 17 February 2016An open day at a brothel to raise funds for charity is being slammed by a family watchdog.The adult-only open day at ‘Shh…Adult Fun Spot’ will raise funds for Kai Kitchen, a Hawera charity that provides lunches for school children.During the day next month, three staff members at the brothel will take onsite tours and answer questions about their jobs.But Family First director Bob McCoskrie is branding the fundraiser as tacky, and a cynical attempt to promote the business and normalise prostitution.http://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/news/national/brothel-open-day-raises-eyebrows/Brothel fundraiser raises hackles of moral watchdogStuff co.nz 17 February 2016South Taranaki brothel children’s charity fundraiser idea slammed by Family First NZA brothel’s open day plan to raise money for a charity that feeds hungry children has been labelled tacky and cynical by an outspoken morals watchdog.Family First NZ national director Bob McCoskrie accused Hawera’s South Taranaki brothel “Shh…Adult Fun Spot” of using the open day as a way of promoting its business and trying to normalise prostitution under the guise of a charitable fundraiser.“This is simply a cynical attempt by the sex industry to try and normalise a business by having an ‘Open Home’ which many in the community will object to.“To then associate prostitution with children and promote the brothel via a charity feeding children is just tacky.”READ MORE: http://www.stuff.co.nz/taranaki-daily-news/news/76989167/Brothel-fundraiser-raises-hackles-of-moral-watchdogBrothel madam offers sightseeing tours to raise money for a children’s charityDaily Mall Australia 18 February 2016A New Zealand brothel owner has been slammed for planning to open her bordello to the public to raise money for a children’s charity.Nicky Hughes, owner of the ‘Shh… Adult Fun Spot’ brothel on the country’s North Island, is planning to raise money for Kai Kitchen charity and believes the event will ‘help to break down barriers’ between the community and the sex industry.But the event has been slammed by a national family watchdog, who deemed it an attempt to promote the brothel and normalise the sex industry.‘It’s completely wrong. The brothel is clearly trying to promote its business,’ Family First national director Bob McCoskrie told Daily Mail Australia.‘It’s normalising prostitution’ for children, he said.‘The stigma that surrounds prostitution exists for good reason’ he added.Mr McCoskrie is calling for the event to be boycotted and for Kai Kitchen to distance itself from the brothel.READ MORE: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3450262/Brothel-owner-lead-tours-bordello-raise-money-children-s-charity-critics-say-s-just-trying-normalise-prostitution.html
Lou Henson, known as “Lou Do” in his coaching days was recently inducted into the College Basketball Hall of Fame. At the age of 30, he got his first head coaching job at Hardin-Simmons University. Before he took the job, he demanded that they integrate their basketball team. This was quite a stance for someone who was seeking his first college head coaching job, but it worked! They gave him the job. From here he went on to become a Hall of Fame Coach.Most of his success came at the University of Illinois where he reached the Final Four in 1989 using all Illinois high school graduates. He went on to win 423 games at Illinois and had 7 NCAA top 4 seeds in the 1980’s. He left Illinois and went to New Mexico where he took that team to the Final Four in 1990. When he retired, he had 799 college wins.Before he became a college coach, he won 3 state championships at the high school level. He earned the nickname “Lou Do” because of an ill-fitting toupee. He, along with Gene Keady at Purdue, would have looked much better if he would simply had let his baldness show. However, no one can argue with his success as a college coach, and he is held in high esteem by all of those who played for him. Congratulations, Lou!
RelatedPosts Bayern Munich fans undergo Super Cup coronavirus tests Vidal lands in Milan to complete move from Barca to Inter Aguero could be out of action until November, Guardiola says Bayern Munich returned to training on Tuesday for the 2020/2021 season, just over two weeks after completing a title treble with the UEFA Champions League crown.Bayern Munich players underwent coronavirus tests and then had a cyber training session from their homes, with the first full session on the training ground not scheduled until Friday. Their first round Cup match against fifth tier Dueren, originally scheduled for the weekend, has been postponed to mid-October to give them more pre-season preparation time.They kick off their Bundesliga season September 18 against Schalke 04 and then play UEFA Europa League winners Sevilla six days later in the European Super Cup in Budapest.Bayern Munich won the Bundesliga and German Cup in the past season.They then completed their second treble in club history on August 23 when they beat Paris Saint-Germain 1-0 in the UEFA Champions League final in Lisbon.Also on Tuesday, Munich said newly-signed defender Tanguy Nianzou was out “for the foreseeable future”. This came after he suffered a thigh muscle injury during training with the French under-20 national team.There are suggestions that the 18-year-old, who arrived from PSG, could miss up to six weeks.dpa/NAN.Tags: Bayern MunichDuerenUEFA Champions LeagueUEFA Europa League
Scott Dann’s header had given the visitors a 76th-minute lead but Lukaku, who had already hit the frame of the goal twice, converted from close range to make it 1-1 nine minutes from time. The in-form Belgium striker has seven goals in his last six matches but his scoring spree has lasted much longer. Everton manager Roberto Martinez praised the consistency of striker Romelu Lukaku after the striker’s 50th goal in his 100th appearance rescued a point at home to Crystal Palace. “The corner is a disappointment and that is more concentration that anything else. You drop that intensity in your marking and get done. “Palace had never thrown away a one-goal lead before (this season) and I thought our focus was fantastic. “For a young team to have that incredible personality and maturity to get in the other end and score is very pleasing.” Palace boss Alan Pardew admits they had to fight hard for the draw, although he felt things would have been easier had a penalty been given against Barry for pulling Mile Jedinak’s shirt in the first half or for a Ramiro Funes Mori tackle on Jordon Mutch late on. “I think the pull on the shirt was certainly a penalty,” he said. “The second one I think is a penalty as well. He has gone to ground. He has not won the ball and has clipped Mutch. “I can’t understand how he (referee Craig Pawson) has not see that from 12 yards. “But we still can’t moan about the result. It was two great teams in terms of commitment and effort. “Sometimes you come across teams who not in the best form but Everton were at the top of their game and we had to hang on at times. “It was great discipline from the team but it was a game that we could have won. We defended well and had chances on the break. “A draw was a fair result and we are very pleased because it takes us to sixth place with a home game to come.” “Rom has been very consistent in the last 12 months, it is 26 or 27 goals in the calendar year – quite impressive,” said Martinez. “When you look at the overall development in the last 12 months, it makes you realise what a special footballer we have. “It is not just talking about potential. We are talking about a goalscorer who can control the moment and see the importance of his role in the team. “Romelu could have had a hat-trick and we created a lot of open chances against a team that is very good defensively.” Martinez refused to be downbeat about the concession of the Palace goal, which came from a corner when Gareth Barry lost Dann and he headed home. “It is very easy to highlight the moment we conceded. I thought we were fantastic defensively until that point,” added the Toffees boss. “Remember Crystal Palace are not just good on the eye but very effective. “They have pace and power and real good strength – the perfect combination to play away from home. Press Association
Long-serving Pakistan batsman and former captain Younis Khan on Saturday announced he will retire from international cricket after the upcoming Test series in the West Indies.“I will be retiring… with my head held high,” the 39-year-old said at a press conference. “I think this is the right time as every sportsman has to take this decision in his career,” he added, bringing an end to a 17-year Test career.Younis, who has led Pakistan in all three formats and guided them to their only World Twenty20 title in England in 2009, needs only 23 runs to reach 10,000 Test runs.Younis thus joins teammate Misbah-ul-Haq in retiring from international cricket at the end of the tour of the West Indies in April and May.Younis has so far scored 34 Test centuries in 115 matches — the most by any batsman from the country — and is set to become the first Pakistani and 13th batsman in the world to score 10,000 or more runs in tests.He has so far accumulated 9977 runs at an average of 53.06. India’s Sachin Tendulkar currently tops the charts with 15,921 runs in 200 matches.“People are calling me and asking me not to make any announcement to leave but now is the time,” Younis said.He added, “A time comes in every player’s life when he has to decide and I always tried my best to serve my country with my head high.“No player always remains fit, the motivation never remains the same, so this is the time when Younis should leave the field after the upcoming series in West Indies.”His best Test score – 313 against Sri Lanka in 2009 – is the third highest for Pakistan, after Hanif Mohammad’s 337 and Inzamam-ul-Haq’s 329.He was recently named one of Wisden’s Five Cricketers of the Year, following his contribution in Pakistan’s 2-2 drawn series in England last summer.Younis hit a hundred in his first Test against Sri Lanka in Rawalpindi in 2000, kicking off a glorious career during which he also scored a double hundred in Pakistan’s series-levelling win against India at Bangalore in 2005.“I was planning this for a few months,” he said of his decision to quit, adding, “I always tried to play for my team and for my country.”The West Indies test series starts in Jamaica from April 21,followed by Tests in Barbados and Dominica. (NDTV SPORTS)
LONDON, England (CMC) – Evin Lewis’s sublime career-best hundred and Alzarri Joseph’s maiden five-wicket haul both proved in vain as West Indies crashed to a six-run defeat under Duckworth/Lewis in the fourth One-Day International, to concede the five-match series to England here yesterday.Chasing a difficult 357 for victory at the Oval following Lewis’s 176, England were 258 for five in the 36th over – ahead of the D/L par score of 252 – when the adverse weather drove players from the field at 19:35hrs (2:35 Eastern Caribbean time).With the drizzles persisting, officials called play off at 20:10hrs , leaving a disappointed West Indies with their sixth straight ODI series defeat to England and without a tour victory over a higher-ranked side in five years.This statistic seemed destined to change when the Caribbean side romped to 356 for five off their 50 overs – their fourth highest total in ODIs and highest-ever against England.The charge was led by Lewis while captain Jason Holder lashed a career-best 77, Jason Mohammed struck 46 and Rovman Powell, a cameo unbeaten 28 at the end.England seemed on course to complete their highest-ever successful run chase when opener Jason Roy stroked a top score of 84 in an opening stand of 126 with Jonny Bairstow who made 39.But fast bowler Joseph intervened with an outstanding spell to claim five for 56 to haul West Indies back into the contest by reducing England to 181 for five in the 28th over.However, Moeen Ali proved the Windies tormentor again, hammering an unbeaten 48 in a 77-run sixth-wicket stand with Jos Buttler who made 43 not out, to get England ahead of the required rate with rain looming in the distance.England now lead the series 3-0 with the final match of the series carded for the Ageas Bowl tomorrow.Sent in, the innings belonged to Lewis as he dominated England’s bowlers before finally being stretchered off in the 47th over after driving a full-length delivery from pacer Jake Ball into his ankle.Pacer Alzarri Joseph made repeated breakthroughs to put West Indies on top. (Getty Images)He lost talismanic partner Chris Gayle for two to the fourth ball of the innings, the veteran left-hander edging seamer Chris Woakes to Joe Root at first slip with two runs on the board.Lewis then watched as West Indies slid to 33 for three in the seventh over, losing Shai Hope (11) and Marlon Samuels (1) cheaply.The 25-year-old left-hander dug deep to produce an innings of class, stroking 17 fours and seven sixes off 130 deliveries, carving out the fourth-highest individual score by a West Indies batsman in ODIs.Significantly, he put on 117 for the fourth wicket with Mohammed who faced 71 balls and counted four boundaries before adding a further 168 with Holder in a record stand for the fifth wicket.Lewis reached his half-century off 52 deliveries in the 20th over before accelerating to reach his second ODI century off 94 balls, when he swung Woakes to the fine leg boundary in the 35th over.With his landmark safely behind him, Lewis launched a stunning assault, with a pair of sixes off pacer Liam Plunkett in the 40th over and nearly single-handedly smashing 25 off the 44th over from off-spinner Moeen Ali as he motored past 150.He lost Mohammed in the 29th over caught at the wicket off Rashid but found an ally in Holder to reset the fifth-wicket record for the Windies in ODIs.Holder, dropped on three by opposite number Eoin Morgan at cover in the 30th over off Plunkett, blasted four fours and four sixes in a 62-ball cameo before perishing to the final ball of the innings.When injury forced Lewis out with the charge on, Powell belted a pair of fours and sixes in a 15-ball knock as West Indies posted 131 runs off the last 10 overs.Woakes was the best bowler with three for 71.Roy then took the game away for the Windies early, in a 66-ball knock which contained 11 fours and two sixes, against bowling which lacked discipline.With the game slipping away quickly, the visitors found a way back through Joseph, who at age 20, became the youngest West Indies bowler to take a five-wicket haul in ODIs.In the third over of his spell, he had Roy caught at the wicket trying to run one down to third man in the 18th over and claimed Bairstow in identical fashion at 144 for two in the 22nd over.England then lost their next three wickets for 37 runs as West Indies snatched the advantage but Moeen once again proved their nemesis, belting six fours and two sixes off 25 balls in a brazen counter-attack. WEST INDIES inningsC. Gayle c Root b Woakes 2E. Lewis ret. hurt 176S. Hope c wkp. Buttler b Woakes 11M. Samuels lbw b Woakes 1J. Mohammed c wkp. Buttler b Rashid 46J. Holder c Billings b Plunkett 77R. Powell not out 28Extras: (lb-3, w-12) 15Total: (5 wkts, 50 overs) 356Fall of wickets: 1-2, 2-19, 3-33, 4-150, 4-318, 5-356.Bowling: Woakes 10-0-71-3, Ball 10-0-68-0, Plunkett 10-0-67-1, Moeen Ali 9-1-70-0, Root 1-0-10-0, Rashid 10-0-67-1.ENGLAND inningsJ. Roy c wkp. Hope b Joseph 84J. Bairstow c wkp. Hope b Joseph 39J. Root c wkp. Hope b Joseph 14E. .Morgan c sub. (K Hope) b Joseph 19J. Buttler not out 43S. Billings c Gayle b Joseph 2M. Ali not out 48Extras: (lb-4, w-3, nb-2) 9TOTAL (5 wkts, 35.1 overs) 258Fall of wickets: 1-126, 2-144, 3-157, 4-177, 5-181.Bowling: Taylor 7-0-48-0, Holder 9-0-52-0, Joseph 8.1-0-56-5, Cummins 6-0-49-0, Nurse 3-0-39-0, Powell 2-0-10-0.