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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC): All-rounder Jason Holder says he does not want to be pigeonholed as simply a Test player, but believes he has a contribution to make to Windies cricket in all three formats.The 28-year-old, who has led the Windies in Tests for the last five years, has emerged recently as one of the world’s leading players in the longest format, where he has been ranked as the number one all-rounder for over a year now.And though Test cricket is where he has managed to make his mark, Holder still thinks his skills and knowledge can be helpful in the white-ball versions.“My sole focus is West Indies cricket. I just want to make that very clear,” he said in a recent interview here.“Yes, I’m captain of the West Indies Test side and that’s obviously where the leadership side of me lies, but I think my contribution solely is to West Indies cricket. I think West Indies cricket is so diverse in many different ways and for us as players, we’ve got to understand each and everyone of us has a part to play in this whole puzzle. “I don’t want to just segregate myself and pigeonhole myself to one particular format. Yes, I’m the captain for the Test team but as I’ve crossed formats for a number of years, I think my sole focus has been on West Indies cricket, ideally in all three formats, not only in Test cricket.” Until last September, Holder also captained the one-day side, having led the unit since 2014. After a dismal World Cup in England last July and another series defeat to India the following month, Holder was relieved of responsibility for the one-day side.He led the side in 86 One-Day Internationals, winning only 24 matches and losing 54. He averaged nearly 28 with the bat and snared 101 of his 136 one-day wickets. BEST INTEREST Holder said while “disappointed” by the move to sack him, he understood the decision had been taken in the “best interest of West Indies cricket”.“I don’t think there is a soul in this world who would be entrusted with or given such a leadership of a Caribbean cricket team, it being taken away from you and you not feel disappointed,” he explained.“But for me, it’s just seeing the bigger picture. They’re people who’ve been hired and employed to do a job and that’s to administrate West Indies cricket, and they will make decisions in the best interest of West Indies cricket, and if that’s the decision made, then I’ll definitely accept it and move on.” After being relieved of the one-day captaincy, Holder then inspired Barbados Tridents to their second Caribbean Premier League title when he oversaw their capture of the regional domestic T20 franchise tournament.The Barbadian has flourished in the Test arena. Currently, he is the highest-ranked Windies batsman at 35th in the ICC tables and is number three in the bowling charts. Jason Holder career stats: Matches Innings Not Outs Runs High Scores AverageTests 40 69 11 1898 202* 32.72ODIs 115 92 19 1821 99* 24.94T20s 17 11 2 111 26* 12.33 Matches Innings Balls Runs Wickets AverageTests 40 69 6541 2796 106 26.37ODIs 115 111 5347 4948 136 36.38T20Is 17 17 373 524 13 40.30
Bristol Bears launched ‘themed’ matchdays at the start of the 2018/19 campaign and, following a successful first season, our social media poll is BACK for every home game in BS3.Supporters can take part in our poll on twitter to vote for their preference and we’ll be dropping famous tunes from the chosen era throughout the day.
Basketball PNG basketball representative Lloyd Wright has led Orange Coast College Pirates to their first Championship since 1979. Lloyd attends Orange Coast College in Los Angeles studying mathematics and playing in the OCC’s Men’s Basketball Team in the NCAA. OCC’s head coach Steve Spencer praised Lloyd, not only as the leading scorer, but hitting the big shots down the stretch. “Lloyd wants the ball when the game is tight – he has hit a number of game winners in this conference season – I could not be prouder of the guys. The 2018 Conference Championship is something that can never be taken away for the group,” Spencer said. For the first time in 40 years, the Orange Coast College men’s basketball team has earned the title of conference champions, claiming the Orange Empire Conference crown on Friday night with an 83-74 overtime win against second-place Fullerton College before a packed and frenzied OCC-heavy crowd inside the Peterson Gym. “I’m just so happy for the guys … what a courageous and resilient bunch of players on this team,” OCC Spencer said. “We’ve been able to get better and better as the season has gone on and this group had to overcome a lot of adversity to get to where they are now.” With all of these heart-stopping victories down the stretch, it was the one conference loss – a 63-62 setback at Irvine Valley – that really galvanised this group. “We learned that when it’s crunch time and the pressure is on, you have to embrace the moment and not shy away from it,” Spencer said. “We had a couple of those tough losses earlier in the year and I think from there, we just went for it and we didn’t fear the risk of failure. “OCC’s “Big Three” of Lloyd Wright (21 points), Kupaa Harrison (18 points, 10 rebounds) and Josh Davis (18 points, nine rebounds) have been instrumental to OCC’s success in the 2018 Conference season, but they have been well supported by the remainder of the playing group. Friday’s game that was totally symbolic to this year’s run for the Pirates as both teams battled for 45 minutes in a game that saw one lead bigger than nine points the entire night. With 19 seconds left in regulation, Malik Skillern made 1-of-2 from the line to give Coast a 65-63 lead, but Khalil Stevenson took the inbounds pass and went coast to coast for a layup to tie the game and force overtime. From there, the big boys took over for the Pirates. A pair of made FTs and a made layup by Harrison, followed by a 3-pointer by Wright helped pad OCC’s lead to 72-67 with 3 minutes left in OT. From that point OCC held the advantage to close out the game 83 – 74 and win the Conference Championship. Coach Spencer said the Orange Empire Conference is a tough conference to win and was great to see this playing group triumph – a proud moment for me as a Coach to share their success. Lloyd said: “Coach Steve Spencer has coached Adelaide in the National Basketball League in Australia in the mid 1990’s. He then returned to the USA as an assistant coach for NCAA Division 1 powerhouse UCLA before taking the head coaching role at OCC 15 years ago. “His coaching credentials and basketball experiences are second to none. “I have learned a great deal from coach, I have learnt how to win, he has made me a tougher competitor on court – I credit my success this season to coach Spencer and coaching staff and a great group of team mates, a fantastic result for the whole school – it was lit,” Lloyd said.
A round-up of the latest transfer speculation involving QPR…Newcastle have again been linked with a possible move for Matt Phillips should they fail to land Andros Townsend.West London Sport recently revealed that West Bromwich Albion and Bournemouth and later Watford had shown an interest in QPR’s Phillips, and that Middlesbrough had a £6m bid for him rejected. The Daily Telegraph subsequently suggested that Newcastle could turn their attention to Phillips if they are unable to agree a deal with Tottenham for Townsend. The Newcastle Chronicle later reported that the Magpies are not interested in the R’s winger.The Daily Mail now say Newcastle and Watford want to sign Townsend on loan and see Phillips as a possible back-up option, and that West Brom could move for Phillips if they offload Saido Berahino or James Chester.Middlesbrough have cooled their interest in Phillips and are looking at other targets, according to the Teesside Gazette. Phillips has scored five goals for QPR this seasonMeanwhile, Sky Sports News HQ say QPR have turned down an approach from Crystal Palace to take Rob Green on loan.West London Sport recently revealed that Rangers are looking to offload Green largely because of a clause in his contract that means he would land a new deal if he made five more appearances for the club this season.Bournemouth and Liverpool have since also been linked with the 35-year-old goalkeeper.And Rangers, who it is claimed want to sign Kevin Constant, face competition from Bologna according to Italian media reports.The 28-year-old left-back, who had a spell at AC Milan, has been without a club since leaving Trabzonspor last year and is one of a host of players to have been offered to QPR in recent weeks. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook Related West London Sport stories:QPR interested in Adomah as Boro pursue Phillips QPR reject bid from Boro for Phillips Middlesbrough table bid for QPR’s Phillips Watford interested in QPR’s Phillips Albion and Bournemouth keen on Phillips deal
Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries FC (MFM FC) came from behind to claim an unbelievable 3-2 triumph over Niger Tornadoes in a Matchday 8 fixture of the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) played on Sunday at the Soccer Temple, Agege Stadium, with defender Abisoye Olawale posting a worthy performance that earned him the Man-Of-The-Match award.Tornadoes took the lead two minutes into the first half through Peter Abashiya and got the second in the 10th minute of the exchange when Osondu Jonathan’s curling effort from outside the box beat Jerry Isaac in goal.The Olukoya Boys later soaked the pressure from the visitors and went forward on few occasions in search of a goal to spark a comeback. With less than three minutes to end the first half, Abisoye reduced the deficit for his team with a fine tap in after connecting a long throw-in from Jonathan Zikiye.Fidelis Ilechukwu and his youthful side came out strong in the second half and put the Minna-based team to the sword with two unreplied goals from Michael Ohanu and a last-minute beautiful effort from Kenedinum Chuks.Speaking after the five goals thriller Olawale Abisoye who was selected as the Man-Of-The-Match said he was shocked to see Tornadoes score twice in the first half but believes his team will at the end of the game claim the full points.“I was shocked when we conceded the two goals because I was like is this not the same Tornadoes that we used to beat easily in our home but I had the belief that we will beat them.“So we encouraged ourselves and focused on the game but as soon as I scored the first goal we all believed that we will overcome in the second half.“In the second half we talked to ourselves that we will be mounting pressure on them because we know that they will get tired and make mistakes and that was exactly what happened. I give God the glory that we got the maximum points,” he said to MFM Media shortly after their fourth home win of the season.With the three points in the bag, MFM FC still occupy the first position on the NPFL Group A table with 15 points from seven league matches.RelatedNPFL: Ilechukwu Reveals Secret to MFM’s Unexpected Comeback Against Tornadoes (AUDIO)February 11, 2019In “NPFl”NPFL: Insurance Coach Reveals Cause Of Defeat To MFM (AUDIO)March 18, 2019In “NPFl”NPFL Matchday 11 Round-Up: MFM, IfeanyiUbah Maintain Top Spot As Mfon Udoh Increases Goals TallyMarch 18, 2019In “NPFl”