World Cup 2019: West Indies, Sri Lanka fined for slow over-rate

first_img Indo-Asian News Service DurhamJuly 3, 2019UPDATED: July 3, 2019 12:23 IST West Indies, Sri Lanka fined for slow over-rate. (Reuters Photo)West Indies and Sri Lanka have been fined for maintaining a slow over-rate in their last World Cup match in Durham which Sri Lanka won by 23 runs.Match referee David Boon imposed the fines after Jason Holder’s West Indies and Dimuth Karunaratne’s Sri Lanka were both ruled to be two overs short of their target after time allowances were taken into consideration during Monday’s game.Captains Holder and Karunaratne have both been fined 40 percent of their match fees, while the rest of the players of both the teams have received 20 percent fines.If either West Indies or Sri Lanka commit another minor over-rate breach in an ODI within 12 months of this offense with Holder or Karunaratne as captain, it will be deemed a second offense and they will face a suspension.Also Read | Will try to restore lost pride in West Indies cricket in India series: Nicholas PooranAlso Read | Watch: Rihanna meets Chris Gayle, Carlos Brathwaite after Sri Lanka vs West Indies gameAlso SeeFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byAjay Tiwari Tags :Follow West Indies vs Sri LankaFollow World Cup 2019Follow David BoonFollow Jason HolderFollow Dimuth Karunaratne Next World Cup 2019: West Indies, Sri Lanka fined for slow over-rateWest Indies and Sri Lanka have been fined by match referee David Boon after both were ruled to be two overs short of their target after time allowances were taken into consideration.advertisementlast_img read more

The Best Beer for Thanksgiving: Seasonal Pairings for Your Favorite Dishes

first_img Editors’ Recommendations Pairing the English Premier League Soccer Teams with Craft Beers from the United States Aleksandar Nakic/Getty ImagesAs we gather with our families, friends, and neighbors this week to commemorate the season of harvest, it’s important to set a proper table. Turkeys will be baked, braised, and deep-fried. The annual rush on canned cranberry sauce will strip supermarket shelves bare. Casseroles of all types, from green bean to sweet potato, will be served. And no festive place setting will be complete without a hearty beverage. For beer drinkers, 2018 is a fantastic year to give thanks for the variety and quality of brews that are available. That breadth of choice allows you to make delicious pairings with your Thanksgiving holiday meal. Here are a few suggestions for seasonal favorites that will be right at home next to grandma’s famous stuffing and your sister in-law’s crudité platter. Cranberry Sour AleBring in the flavors of the season with cranberry ales. The tart fruit is well-suited for use in sour, wild fermented beers like Cascade Brewing’s Cranberry Gose. To create this beer, Cascade starts with a wheat ale base, then ages it in barrels for 12 months with cranberries, orange peel, and cinnamon. The cranberry comes through in all aspects of this beer, from smell to taste to its dry finish. Other options include Cisco’s Cranberry Woods and Long Trail’s Cranberry Gose.Best beer:Cascade Brewing Cranberry GoseCisco Brewers Cranberry WoodsLong Trail Cranberry GoseSmoked Beer (Rauchbier)The Rauchbier, or smoked beer, is a German tradition that dates back for centuries. Smoking the malts adds a thick, meaty character to the brew. Brauerei Heller-Trum produces Aecht Schlenkerla Rauchbier in Märzen and Urbock varieties. In the Urbock, the heady aroma of smoked meats precedes a complex blend of salty and sweet flavors ranging from chocolate and coffee to brine and bacon. Other options in this style include Jack’s Abby Smoke & Dagger black lager and Stone Brewing’s Smoked Porter.Best beers:Brauerei Heller-Trum Aecht Schlenkerla RauchbierJack’s Abby Smoke & Dagger black lager Stone Brewing’s Smoked PorterMärzenbier, or Oktoberfest-Style LagerIt’s confusing that a beverage named after the German month of March is meant to be enjoyed in autumn, but that is the fate of the humble Märzen. These beers are known for their deep amber colors, malt-forward flavors and clean finishes. Also referred to as Oktoberfests, Märzens provide a mild, slightly sweet base to let your paired food selection shine. Service Brewing Co.’s Teufel Hunden is a classic take on the style. Also worth seeking out are Great Lakes Brewing’s Oktoberfest and Avery Brewing’s The Kaiser.Best beers:Service Brewing Co. Teufel HundenGreat Lakes Brewing OktoberfestAvery Brewing The KaiserRoot Beer (Not That Kind)Not to be confused with the soda, beers brewed with roots — such as sweet potatoes, carrots or even turnips — add color, warmth, and heartiness to your Thanksgiving table. Sweet potato ales, in particular, have thrived in recent years, with dozens now on the market. The Bruery’s Autumn Maple is a standout in this category. Brewed with 15 pounds of yams per barrel, it’s spiced to the hilt with cinnamon, vanilla, and nutmeg. You can even try brewing your own carrot ale or pick up excellent brews like Lazy Magnolia’s Sweet Potato Stout and Yammy Yammy from Platform Beer Co.Best beers:The Bruery Autumn MapleLazy Magnolia Sweet Potato StoutPlatform Beer Co Yammy YammyCiderFor a fun diversion, why not break out of your beer bubble and try a cider to augment your holiday drinking? These lighter beverages incorporate fermented apple juice, and can also include an assortment of additives from hops to cherries. Heirloom ciders, which are made with both traditional cider apples and culinary apples, often feature more wine-like characteristics, including higher tannic acids. Eden’s Heritage Cider is made with five Vermont-grown apple styles including Gravenstein, McIntosh, Empire, Kingston Black and Bulmer’s Norman. Flavors reminiscent of raspberries and papaya make this an inspired choice to a bring bright, lively pop to your table.Best cider:Eden Heritage CiderIf you’re looking for more suggestions, check out our top picks for Thanksgiving cocktails and wine. What’s So Great About the Icelandic Hot Dog? Getting to Know Rhum Agricole, Rum’s Grassy Sibling Why Tea and Beer Go Well Together (and 5 Tea Beers to Try) A Quick and Easy Guide to Popular German Wine Varietalslast_img read more