LUKAS PODOLSKI, Jozy Altidore and Carl Frampton were among the stars to congratulate Rangers on promotion to the Premiership .
James Tavernier's goal was enough to seal promotion to the top flight and alongside Podolski, Altidore and Frampton there were plenty of ex-players getting involved. Back in the Premiership." Carlos Cuellar, Steven Davis, Ross Perry, Alejandro Bedoya, Vladimir Weiss and even ex-loanee Aaron Niguez took to Twitter to congratulate their former club.
Essex opener, including Essex Captain Ravi Bhopara While other T20 leagues, such as India’s hugely popular Indian Premier League and Australia’s colorful Big Bash, are generally composed of six to eight teams operated as franchises by private owners, England’s Nat West T20 Blast contains the 18 first-class County Cricket clubs, each of which fields a T20 version of its roster.
The 18 teams are divided into North and South divisions, and matches take place mainly on Friday nights and weekends, with all teams playing in every round.
Most other domestic T20 leagues feature one match per day, or two on Saturdays and Sundays, with few if any days off.
Starring this season for the Essex Eagles, 30-year-old Pakistan pace bowler Wahab Riaz will make his debut on Friday night.
In the spring of 1939, a new King and his gracious Queen captured the hearts of Canadians.
As war loomed overseas, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth toured the country by train to meet their subjects and bolster the bonds of Empire.From small-town whistle stops to bustling cities, eager crowds cheered, sang and waited for hours, eager for a glimpse of royalty.CBC mobilized a crew of 100 to cover the tour, producing a rich radio archive of that royal spring.Employment insurance is a legacy of the Great Depression, and remains a pillar of Canada's social safety net.The system was created to provide an income while unemployed workers find new jobs, but expanded to include seasonal workers, new parents and those caring for ill relatives.Canada's EI system was once among the most generous plans in the world, but tightened rules in 1996 brought surpluses in the billions of dollars.