Dash raises funds for charity

first_imgEven though the course looked decorated for Halloween, the participants in Psi Chi’s “Monster Dash” 5K weren’t ghouls and goblins, although some were dressed in costumes. Psi Chi, Saint Mary’s international psychology honor society, held the Halloween-themed race Sunday, complete with decorations along the course and optional costumes. The race included more than 250 participants running and walking Saint Mary’s nature trails. Psi Chi donated all proceeds to A Rosie Place, a center for medically fragile children. “I participated because I really like to do races, especially for a good cause like A Rosie Place,” said sophomore participant Whitney Thiel. “It’s a great chance to become involved in the community. Plus, I love running, and enjoyed sharing the experience with my friends.” Senior Lauren Easton, Psi Chi president, met with other officers at the beginning of the year to decide on service events for the club. Being a cross country runner for Saint Mary’s, she suggested the idea of a 5K race. Another officer, Leanna Perez, recommended A Rosie Place as the fund raising organization. A Rosie Place assists children who require feeding tubes, wheel chairs, walkers or even oxygen, Tieal Bishop, O’Hana Heritage Foundation’s executive director, said. Children are invited to stay in the building, which is set up like a house and is hospital certified. O’Hana Heritage Foundation built this safe haven for children in 2008. “Rosie Place is the first to serve this population of medically fragile children in the state of Indiana,” Bishop said. the Registration fees and donations from Monster Dash have the potential to benefit more than 2,000 children, Bishop said. An exact dollar amount of the total donation to A Rosie Place has not been calculated because donations are still being received. Easton said she estimates a total of more than $1,000 raised for the charity. “I just wanted to extend a tremendous ‘thank you’ to everyone who helped out today — runners, walkers and also the volunteers. Everyone had a part in making this day a sensation,” Easton said after the race. “We look forward to visiting A Rosie Place and presenting them with the final donation. We couldn’t have asked for a more beautiful day and hopefully everyone enjoyed themselves out on the course.”last_img read more

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World Baseball Classic: Israel thumped, Mexico ousted

first_img“We just didn’t pitch well tonight,” Israel manager Jerry Weinstein said. “We got behind in the count and made non-competitive pitches and big league hitters will make you pay for that.”The Netherlands and Israel are both 1-1 in Pool E. The top two teams advance to the March 20-22 championship round in Los Angeles.Israel’s next game is against Japan (1-0) on Wednesday, while the Netherlands faces Cuba.Mexico 11, Venezuela 9: Esteban Quiroz and Brandon Laird each hit a three-run homer for Mexico early Monday at the World Baseball Classic.Despite the victory, Mexico was eliminated. Venezuela will play Italy in a one-game tiebreaker Monday night, with the winner advancing to the second round.Venezuela rallied for an 11-10 victory over Italy in 10 innings on Saturday.Mexico, Italy and Venezuela all finished 1-2 in the first round of pool play behind Puerto Rico, which went 3-0. Mexico was eliminated on a tiebreaker runs allowed per inning played.At first, however, Venezuela players thought they were the team that had been knocked out. The World Baseball Classic Twitter account initially announced that Monday’s tiebreaker game would be between Mexico and Italy. But then officials informed Venezuela of the correct calculation in the club’s locker room. The original tweet was deleted, and Venezuela manager Omar Vizquel said his players were surprised to hear the good news. TOKYO — Didi Gregorius drove in five runs Monday to lead the Netherlands over Israel 12-2 and hand the tournament debutants their first loss of the World Baseball Classic.Gregorius doubled in a run in the third when the Netherlands scored four to take a 6-0 lead. The designated hitter then hit a three-run homer in the fourth to make it 10-0.Gregorius also drove in a run in the eighth on a sacrifice fly when the Netherlands added two more runs. The game was called after eight innings under the 10-run mercy rule.Israel beat the Netherlands 4-2 in the first round in Seoul but saw a different team on Monday at Tokyo Dome. Jair Jurrjens picked up the win after striking out five and holding Israel to one run on five hits over six innings. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorcenter_img “We lost to Israel in the first round so we wanted to make sure we made no mistakes in today’s game with pitching, offense and defense,” Netherlands manager Hensley Meulens said. “J.J. did a great job holding them and we were able to score some big runs early.”Wladimir Balentien, who plays in Japan, also had a big night at the plate, driving in three runs.“We are a great hitting team and we believe in ourselves and that’s what you saw tonight — 15 hits,” Balentien said.Israel surprised many by winning its first four games of the tournament but was overpowered by the Netherlands, which lost 8-6 in 11 innings to Japan on Sunday.Israel starter Corey Baker took the loss after giving up four runs on three hits over two innings.last_img read more

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Thurston County Offers Master Recycler Composter Training

first_imgFacebook0Tweet0Pin0The Master Recycler Composters of Thurston County is a volunteer service program. The County trains Master Composter volunteers to become community educators and green team members. Topics include solid waste issues such as waste reduction, recycling, and composting within Thurston County.Classes for 2012 are 6 pm- 8:30 pm Sep 6, 20, Oct 4, 11, and 18 plus 9 am- 12 pm on September 22 and October 6. Applications are due by 5 pm, August 17.For more information go to www.ThurstonSolidWaste.org and click on “volunteers”.last_img

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Ballet Northwest Presents The Nutcracker

first_imgFacebook94Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by Ballet NorthwestPhoto: Courtesy of Ballet Northwest and Jerome TsoBallet Northwest is proud to debut a brand-new Act I set for their annual presentation of Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker. Over 200 dancers will grace the stage this year as audiences experience the timeless holiday tale in a whole new way.Set designer Jill Carter and Co-Artistic Directors Ken and Josie Johnson have been working since last spring on the new set, which shows the interior of the Silberhaus home on the eve of their Christmas party. Technological advances in stage design and lighting will make the set to appear to grow when Clara joins the Nutcracker and toy soldiers in battle against the Mouse King.200 people make up the cast, which features local dancers as young as eight years old as well as Ballet Northwest company dancers. Ballet Northwest’s dance company is comprised of over 70 dancers age 12 and older, primarily from the South Puget Sound area. Guest dancer Iyun Harrison joins the production as the Nutcracker Prince. Mr. Harrison danced professionally with Dance Theater of Harlem and Ailey II, both in New York City. Currently he is on faculty at Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, and locally at Johansen Olympia Dance Center. He is also the Artistic Director of Ashani Dances in Seattle.The production is choreographed by Ballet Northwest’s Artistic Directors Ken and Josie Johnson and is sponsored by The Olympian, Dr. Andrew Kapust, DDS, Kell-Chuck Glass, and Mixx 96.1 FM.Co-Artistic Director Josie Johnson states, “We’re thrilled to be debuting this amazing new set, which will make the production even more magical.”Her husband and Co-Artistic Director Ken Johnson adds, “The talent this year is greater than ever, so much so that we’ve triple cast all of the soloist parts so the dancers rotate through different parts, like most professional companies.”Plot Synopsis and HistoryDuring a family Christmas party, the mysterious Herr Drosselmeyer gives Clara a wooden Nutcracker in the shape of a soldier dressed in parade uniform. When her brother Fritz grabs for the toy it breaks. Crushed, Clara nurses the Nutcracker with Herr Drosselmeyer’s help. After the party, Clara visits her Nutcracker in the great room and falls asleep on the sofa. At midnight, she awakens to find herself shrunk to the size of the toys under the tree. An army of mice corner her and the Nutcracker springs to life. He, Clara, and a host of Toy Soldiers defeat the Mouse King and his army. The Nutcracker is revealed to be a prince, finally freed from the Mouse King’s magic. To thank her for breaking the spell that bound him inside the nutcracker, the Prince takes Clara to the Land of Sweets, where The Sugar Plum Fairy and her people dance to celebrate the Prince’s return.The Nutcracker is a fairy-tale ballet based on the L’Histoire d’un Casse Noisette (The Story of the Hazelnut-Cracker) by Dumas Père, which is itself based on The Nutcracker and the Mouse King by E.T.A. Hoffmann. Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky wrote the score for the ballet, which premiered on December 17, 1892 at the Maryinsky Theater in St. Petersburg with the Imperial Russian Ballet. Though The Nutcracker was performed in Russia for many years, it was not performed in its entirety in the US until December 29, 1944 by the San Francisco Opera Ballet, where it became an annual holiday tradition. For 10 years, they were the only company in the country to perform it until the New York City Ballet staged a production with George Balanchine’s choreography on February 2, 1954. It wasn’t long before the ballet secured its place in American tradition. Balanchine’s choreography has become the most emulated in the world.BiographiesJosie Johnson, Co-Artistic Director –  Josie and her husband Ken are the Directors of Johansen Olympia Dance Center. She trained at Orange County Ballet Theatre, Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet, and The Hartt School at the University of Hartford, where she received a B.F.A. in Dance Pedagogy. Josie danced professionally with Dance Connecticut/Hartford Ballet, Connecticut Opera, Roxey Ballet, and ARC Dance Productions. Guest credits include Eliot Feld’s Mr. XYZ with Mikhail Baryshnikov and Kirk Peterson’s The Nutcracker with the American Ballet Theatre Studio Company. Josie has taught and choreographed extensively throughout New Jersey and Connecticut, and locally at Washington Contemporary Ballet, Evergreen City Ballet, ARC Dance Productions, and Saint Martin’s University. She is an American Ballet Theatre National Training Curriculum certified teacher.Ken Johnson, Co-Artistic Director – Ken and his wife Josie are the Directors of Johansen Olympia Dance Center. He trained at Johansen School of Ballet, Evergreen City Ballet, and the School of Hartford Ballet. He attended summer programs at American Ballet Theatre, Houston Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, and Pacific Northwest Ballet on scholarship. Ken danced professionally with Hartford Ballet, Dance Connecticut, and Connecticut Opera, as well as at the prestigious Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival. Following his retirement from performing, Ken received a bachelor’s from The Hartt School at the University of Hartford. In addition to teaching dance, Ken has worked at American Repertory Ballet, American Ballet Theatre, Dance Connecticut, ACT Theatre, and Tacoma Art Museum. He is an American Ballet Theatre National Training Curriculum certified teacher.Since 1970, Ballet Northwest has been a community-based group dedicated to promoting, teaching, and preserving the art of dance in Southwestern Washington. The company offers educational opportunities for local dancers as well as outreach throughout the community.Details:  Performances scheduled at  7:30pm on Dec. 13, 14, 22, and 21;  2pm on Dec 14, 15, 21 and 22, 2013. All performances held at The Washington Center for the Performing Arts, 512 Washington St SE Olympia, WA 98501.  Purchase tickets by calling 360-753-8586 or order online at www.olytix.org.  Tickets are $14 to$30, plus $3.00 service fee. Student, senior, and youth discounts available.last_img read more

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Six Young Artists Speak Up About Kinship Care

first_imgFacebook12Tweet0Pin1Submitted by Family Education and Support ServicesFamilies from across Washington will gather on Tuesday, May 23, 2017, at 11:00 a.m. in the Governor’s Mansion located near our State Capitol Building to honor six children who submitted winning essays for the 14th annual Kinship Voices of Children contest. Each of these young children and youth, ages 5 to 19-years-old, created inspirational pieces of written and/or visual art about their experiences being raised by a relative caregiver. Each child submitting a winning entry will be awarded with a signed certificate, a $100 check donated by Twin Star Credit Union, and an overnight stay at the Great Wolf Lodge for their family.Most children find safety and comfort in the arms and care of their family, including grandparents and other relatives. For more than 2 million children in the USA, living with a grandparent, aunt, uncle, or other family member has become a permanent or long-term arrangement. When parents are unable or unwilling to care for their children, placing them with a relative caregiver can have some advantages. Kinship care reduces the trauma children experience when placed with strangers. It enhances children’s sense of identity and self-esteem, continues connections children have to their siblings and other relatives, and strengthens the family’s ability to give children the support they need. Kinship care often comes as a surprise to both the child and the relative caregiver.What does it mean to a child who can’t live with their parents to know he or she is safe, loved, and has a place to belong? Some answers to this question are offered in the winning entries submitted to the Kinship Voices of Children Contest. The contest was originally initiated by the Statewide Kinship Oversight Coalition, and is coordinated by Family Education and Support Services in collaboration with Aging and Long Term Support Administration/DSHS, Lewis-Mason-Thurston Area Agency on Aging, and Kinship Navigators and advocates across Washington State. The event is sponsored by TwinStar Credit Union in collaboration with the Great Wolf Lodge.Judges included Bill Moss, David Stillman, Terry Jefferies, Amanda Stevens, Carrie Petit, Lori Mahar, Mike Fenton, Jennifer Strus, Teri Agulara Flemming, Shelley Arneson, Karen Fraser, Bonnie Jacques, Melisssa Goldman, Olvia Schu, and Trista Mason.6-year-old Joseph said this about his winning entry (pictured) – “Family is like gears- they all connect together.” Photo courtesy: Family Education and Support ServicesThis year, 52 entries were received. Some are funny, some serious or even sad, but all are sincere and offer testimony to the value, sense of family, and love each young artist experienced in living with a relative caregiver. The winning entries are:Joseph, age 6 – Olympia, WACasey, age 7 – Roy, WATaryn, age 8 – Forks, WAThomas, age 10 – Port Townsend, WASummer, age 13 – Naches, WABrittany, age 15 – Cashmere, WAIn addition to the children being honored, we will also acknowledge Ms. Judy Lin. Our 2017 booklet compiling all entries into the Voices of Children contest has been dedicated to Judy in honor of her substantial contributions to Kinship Caregivers across our State.For more information about this contest or to learn about Kinship Care Resources contact Lynn Urvina at 1-877-813-2828 or e-mail [email protected]last_img read more

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New Letterkenny bridge remains main priority for Councillor Brogan

first_imgEvery effort must be made to fast-track the construction of a new a bridge across the River Swilly from Ballyraine to Bonagee, according to Letterkenny-based councillor, Ciaran Brogan.At a meeting of Donegal County Council in Lifford on Wednesday, councillors were informed that their role in the Ten-T Project will be to vote on the variation of the development plan later this yearCouncillor Brogan said “The Ten-T project includes the provision of a bridge across the River Swilly which is, without question, the most needed piece of infrastructure that will be developed in our lifetime,” he added. “I believe that every effort needs to be made to prioritise the new bridge from Ballyraine to Bonagee. This is the shortest piece of infrastructure in the overall plan, but one which will have the largest impact on the flow of traffic in Letterkenny.”He added that the long delays being experienced by motorists in and around Letterkenny on a daily basis highlights the urgent need for the provision of a new bridge.“The benefits of a new bridge will alleviate traffic in and around Letterkenny and will open a gateway to the North and West of our county,” Cllr Brogan said.“The addition of a second bridge over the River Swilly will result in quicker access to the employment centre on the Business Park Road which employs around 5,000 people. It will also vastly improve the journey times from so many other parts of the county, including the Fanad and Rosguill peninsulas and from West Donegal,” he added. “This is a project that will benefit Donegal and the entire North West region. Our tourism sector will also benefit greatly from the construction of a new bridge. Given that we don’t have a rail network, I am calling on the government to pledge the necessary funds to develop the new bridge.”New Letterkenny bridge remains main priority for Councillor Brogan was last modified: April 27th, 2019 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) Tags:BallyraineBonageebridgeCllr Ciaran BroganRIVER SWILLYlast_img read more

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Conte says Hazard is priceless to Chelsea

first_imgAntonio Conte says Eden Hazard is playing at a “very high level” and is priceless to Chelsea.The Belgian was at his bewitching best against Arsenal last Saturday, scoring a dazzling individual goal in the 3-1 win.But when asked where Hazard ranked alongside the likes of world-record buy Paul Pogba, Blues boss Conte said: “I’m not going to put a price on a player.“Eden, for sure, is a great player, a top player. He’s in a very high level but I don’t see a problem because we don’t want to sell him. He hasn’t a price now.”Hazard was taken off six minutes from time against the Gunners, with Chelsea 3-0 up, and Conte explained it was so the crowd could give him a standing ovation.“When I make a substitution there is always a reason”, he said.“Sometimes I try to preserve some players, sometimes there is a tactical choice.“In the last game, I wanted to give him the great applause of our fans because I think he deserved this for the game that he played – not only with the ball, but above all without the ball.”   Ads by Revcontent Trending Articles Urologists: Men, Forget the Blue Pill! This “Destroys” ED x ‘Genius Pill’ Used By Rich Americans Now Available In Netherlands! x What She Did to Lose Weight Stuns Doctors: Do This Daily Before Bed! x Men, You Don’t Need the Blue Pill if You Do This x One Cup of This (Before Bed) Burns Belly Fat Like Crazy! x Drink This Before Bed, Watch Your Body Fat Melt Like Crazy x Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

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Ethnic hair care goes natural

first_imgJohannah Moriti has established the first cosmetic company in South Africa to manufacture natural chemical-free products that don’t alter the structure of ethnic hair. JOM Cosmetics became the first company to receive an EU Ecolabel of environmental excellence. Worldwide it is the only cosmetic brand that has achieved this. (Images: JOM Cosmetics) MEDIA CONTACTS • Johannah Moriti   JOM Cosmetics  +27 21 813 6701 RELATED ARTICLES • Cards celebrate SA’s languages • Entrepreneur builds internet empire • Meds on wheels for positive change • Elizabeth Arden’s new SA faceWilma den HartighJohannah Moriti has established the first cosmetic company in South Africa to manufacture natural chemical-free products that don’t alter the structure of ethnic hair.Her products are changing the cosmetic industry, for the first time offering women an alternative to harmful chemical-based hair products.“I want to show black women that their natural hair is a gift to be celebrated,” she says.And to think that it all started with Moriti’s frustration with bad hair days. What she thought was a throwaway dream has turned into an international success story.JOM Cosmetics has already achieved great success in South Africa, Namibia, Swaziland, Zambia and Spain, with its ethic and caucasian product ranges.Recently it became the first company to receive an EU Ecolabel of environmental excellence. The certification is only awarded to products and services that meet high environmental standards throughout their life cycle, from raw material extraction to production, distribution and disposal.“This is a prestigious award,” she says. “Worldwide we are the only cosmetic brand that has achieved this.”Identifying a gap in the market“Over the years I tried every relaxant on the market but my hair just became increasingly unmanageable. This is what finally drove me to start experimenting with my own hair formulas,” Moriti tells.Moriti, who is trained in analytical chemistry, wanted to make a product that would work effectively, but as she did more research she realised the chemicals in relaxants strip and destroy the structure of black hair.“I realised I could use ingredients without after-effects. A lot of research worldwide shows that chemical relaxers are highly toxic,” she says.“I thought to myself, what’s wrong with curly hair?” – and this is how the idea was born. She dedicated her time to develop a formula with only natural ingredients that nourish natural curls, creating soft, healthy hair that is easy to grow, work with and style.But turning the idea into a viable business and product was Moriti’s biggest challenge.She was looking to introduce an entire new range of products – the first of its kind on the market – and she was competing with some of the biggest names in the cosmetic and hair care business.“Other big name companies have been formulating synthetic products for years and if they want to enter into the natural products market, they usually just buy out companies,” she says.Being a newcomer was scary and even though she knew that the natural products market was set for major growth, making a name in the industry was a daunting task.“When I started I realised the natural market was not big, but that it would grow as people become more health conscious and look for alternatives to synthetic products,” she says.Getting into the marketMoriti spent a year visiting hair salons in the Western Cape – up to ten a day – to introduce her product, pretending to be a sales rep to make sure the feedback she received was honest.“Everyone I demonstrated it on loved it, but distributing this way was never going to reach more than a relative handful,” she says.What she needed was a retailer who would take the product to the larger market.The Pick n Pay Foundation, through its small business initiative, recognised the product’s potential and introduced it to its stores nationally as well as in neighbouring countries. It also helped with expansion into Europe – JOM Cosmetics participated in a trade expo in Spain, where they won a sponsorship to set up an office there.When the range was launched in South Africa Moriti and her team were overwhelmed by the positive feedback.“The response we had was amazing. Most of our clients are people that have lost their hair because of excessive use of chemicals,” she says.The products are also safe for use on children and people who are prone to skin conditions such as eczema.Unexpected awardsMoriti’s vision of creating alternative hair care products has made it possible for more women to maintain natural hairstyles, and for this JOM Cosmetics won an award in the SMEs category of South Africa’s Most Influential Women in Business and Government Awards for 2012.The awards recognise inspirational women achievers in business and government who are working for the benefit of South Africa and its future generations.Moriti never expected to win awards and make a name internationally.“When you start a business, you do it because you see a need, because it is your job and you are doing what you love.” The accolades have inspired her to achieve even more.last_img read more

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But What I Really Want to Know Is, Are You Experienced?

first_imgYour dream client asks the question: “So, do you have experience working with clients in our industry?” You’re enveloped in fear and sweat. It’s the question you were afraid you might be asked.The truth is that you don’t have experience in their industry. You’ve never worked with a client in their vertical. But you know the right answer is supposed to be in the affirmative.You can’t lie and say that you have experience you don’t have (and nor would you). But if you admit that you don’t have the experience, you fear that you will lose the business to one of your competitors with experience working with similar clients.You are going to tell the truth. But how you tell the truth can make the difference.What Do I Need to KnowIt doesn’t matter whether or not your dream client’s industry isn’t as different as they believe it to be. But challenging your dream client’s reality only brings resistance. Their belief that their business is different is embedded in their question. So you allow them to keep that belief.The honest answer that keeps you in the game sounds like this: “No, we don’t have experience working with clients in your space. We have some suspicions about what we might have to do different to work with you, but I’d love to hear you share what you believe we’d need to know to be an effective partner for you. Can you share your ideas with me?”Can We Still Win?You follow up directly and candidly any answers that might disqualify you .You might say something that sounds like this: “It sounds to me like experience working in your industry is somewhat important to you. Is there a way that we could demonstrate our ability and prove that we are the right choice for you without that experience? What would we need to do for you to be comfortable making that decision?”Here’s a follow on to your follow on: “Are there other verticals that we might serve that would demonstrate our ability to be the right choice for you?”These questions ensure that you aren’t wasting your time—or your dream client’s time—if you aren’t going to be considered. Avoiding difficult questions doesn’t improve the likelihood of your winning an opportunity.Turn It Upside DownSometimes, just for fun, I exaggerate my response to all of the client’s “unique” and “special” challenges. I say something like: “Wow! You really have a unique set of challenges! In fact, I’ve never even heard of anyone experiencing these challenges before.” Normally the client laughs, knowing that the challenges they face aren’t all that unique, and if you can serve other industries, you can probably serve them just as effectively. They say, “I know. It’s always the same kinds of problems, isn’t it?”The Last WordIf you don’t have experience in your dream client’s industry, you don’t have it. Deal with it directly, and ask what you need to do to prove you can succeed without it—and the opportunity to gain that experience.QuestionsHow do you answer questions about experience when you don’t have it?Is the right answer embedded in the question? How do you open the possibility that it isn’t as important as they might believe?Are most of the solutions you offer easily ported from one industry to another?What are some of the special, unique situational needs some of your clients have? Can you leverage your experience serving them to help company’s in other verticals?last_img read more

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ICC Champions Trophy: It’s tough when AB de Villiers doesn’t perform, says Miller

first_imgSouth African batsman David Miller on Friday backed his captain AB de Villiers, who is in poor form in the ongoing Champions Trophy cricket tournament, and said it was very human-like for the skipper to fail.The 33-year-old star batsman has been in the roughest patch of his career failing to click in either of the two matches played against Pakistan and Sri Lanka scoring zero and four runs respectively.”It is tough (when AB doesn’t perform). He is the best player in the world so it’s nice when he does perform, and that’s 95% of the time. I haven’t seen him go out for a nought too many times in his career. He is human at the end of the day and there are enough good batters in the team to contribute as well. I don’t think it’s a huge problem at all,” the 27-year-old batsman was quoted as saying by Fox Sports.”We’ve done well over the last two-and-a-half years and all the batters that we have can do the job. AB, unfortunately, didn’t come off but he is definitely due on Sunday.”South African coach Russell Domingo has also put his weight behind de Villiers ahead of the virtual quarter-finals against India on Sunday.”I have no concerns about AB de Villiers. “I’m expecting him to put in a big performance on Sunday. He’s that type of player that when the team needs him, he’ll turn it up on Sunday. I’m sure about that,” he said.last_img read more

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