Lewas top table in Asia tournament

first_imgAfter the completion of four games, the Pacific MMI Lewas remain undefeated and are leading the competition ladder of the East Asia Pacific women’s trophy on 8 points.Lewas coach Kunemo Amini is more than pleased with her team’s performance saying there were games where the team had struggled at times but had fought back to win.“Our fielding was excellent; there were some great classic catches. We bowled very well, good line and length, “said Amini.With the Lewas on top, following closely in second place is Japan who are also undefeated. In third place is Samoa, followed by Vanuatu, Cricket Without Borders (CWOB) and Cook Islands who are yet to win a game.Today will see all teams have a rest with games to resume on Saturday. The Lewas will face giants Japan tomorrow at 10am with the game expected to go right down to the wire.Vanuatu should be able to beat the struggling Cook Islands while CWOB should give the Samoan team a run for their money. Finals will begin on Sunday and finish on Monday.last_img read more

Chimy Ávila resigned from keeping his salary

first_imgThe Argentine striker also referred to his truncated option, due to his injury, of having signed for Barcelona: “I always say that the most beautiful thing in the world would be to be able to throw a wall with Messi. But things happen for something. I take this as one more obstacle. Due to the injury, Barcelona did not happen, but it will be for a reason. Maybe when I come back I will do better than before and have other opportunities. ”Regarding the current situation in our country, he said: “It is very sad. Watching the movie live is horrible. There are people who have lost loved ones. What we are experiencing is very serious ”. Regarding his personal situation, he commented: “My recovery is clinical and I have authorization to go do it. I’m quarantining at home, with my mother, my brother, my wife and my two daughters“ In an interview with the Argentine radio station Radio Cut, the Osasuna forward, Chimy Ávila, who at the end of January suffered a serious knee injury, revealed that when he was injured he could not have accepted the 20% reduction in salary, according to which club and players arrived last week due to the serious situation caused by COVID-19: “We have signed an agreement to lower our salary. I could have signed it or not because being on leave does not affect me and I could have received my full salary, but the situation is very sad and I agreed to lower my salary to help the club“last_img read more