Next Manish Pandey, Shivam Dube power India A to unassailable 3-0 lead against South AfricaIn a rain-reduced match, Shivam Dube hit an unbeaten 45 off 28 balls while captain Manish Pandey smashed 81 off 59 balls as India A sealed the unofficial 5-match ODI series against South Africa A.advertisement Press Trust of India ThiruvananthapuramSeptember 2, 2019UPDATED: September 2, 2019 19:25 IST Manish Pandey helped India A win the third ODI and seal the series against South Africa. (Reuters Photo)Captain Manish Pandey and Shivam Dube produced power-packed knocks to pave the way for India A’s four-wicket win over South Africa A in the third unofficial ODI here on Monday, giving the hosts an unassailable 3-0 lead in the five-match series.Dube smashed an unbeaten 45 off 28 balls while Pandey plundered 81 off 59 balls as India A overcame a poor start to win the rain affected match rather comfortably in the end. Chasing 208 in 30 overs, India A reached the target in 27.5 overs.India A were in a spot of bother at 25 for 3 in the 7th over, having lost Ruturaj Gaikwad (1), Ricky Bhui (0) and Krunal Pandya (13) before Ishan Kishan (40 off 41 balls) and Pandey steadied the ship.The aggressive Jharkhand southpaw Kishan, who starred in the second match, again underlined his talent with a fluent knock.He was not afraid to go for the big shots and helped the team keep up with the climbing run-rate with some splendid shots.Pandey, who started rather slowly, opened up after Kishan fell to left-arm spinner George Linde. The Karnataka right-hander smashed five sixes and powered the team’s chase.Dube, who walked in at the fall of Nitish Rana (13), added 41 runs with Pandey.The skipper fell to a catch by Lutho Sipamla off left-arm spinner Bjorn Fortuin.India A needed 32 runs from as many deliveries at this stage but Dube’s pyrotechnics helped the team romp home with 13 balls remaining.Linde and the pacy Anrich Nortje took two wickets each for South Africa A.Earlier, keeper Heinrich Klaasen hit a 21-ball 44 to set up South Africa A’s total.advertisementThere were also useful contributions from Janneman Malan (37), Matthew Breetzke (36) and captain Temba Bavuma (27).Deepak Chahar and Krunal Pandya took two wickets each.The visiting team looked set for a much bigger total before the India A bowlers pulled things back in the the last few overs. Deepak Chahar bowled a superb final over, giving away just three runs.Pandey was named man of the match.Brief scores: South Africa A 207 for 8 in 30 overs (H Klaasen 44, J Malan 37, M Breetzke 36, Krunal Pandya 2/23, D Chahar 2/42) lost to India A 208 for 6 in 27.5 overs (M Pandey 81, Shivam Dube 45 not out, Ishan Kishan 40, A Nortje 2/41, G Linde 2/41).Also Read | Shubman Gill, Wriddhiman Saha to share India A captaincy against South Africa AAlso Read | Ishan Kishan quick fire fifty helps India A take 2-0 lead over South Africa AAlso SeeFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. 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 byAnita Jat Tags :Follow India A vs South Africa AFollow Manish PandeyFollow Shivam Dube
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California State University, Northridge, has a new plan for its athletic department and for the first time, the possibility of a new arena is on paper. The Blue Ribbon Commission, formed at the request of university President Jolene Koester, mapped out a five-year future for an athletics program that desperately needs a boost in performance, support and facilities. The commission announced its recommendations Thursday in Redwood Hall, although interestingly enough, there was no talk of an arena at the reception. However, a plan for an arena – which wouldn’t materialize for at least a decade – is in the commission’s findings in black and white. The plan, which is to be executed over the next five to seven years, states that planning should begin for a “multipurpose athletic and student recreation center facility on the main campus, one that would benefit all students. The commission was unanimous in supporting construction of such a facility within the next 10-12 years, provided the necessary student fee and donor support is forthcoming.” The arena plan was light on details, as it’s clearly in the infancy stage, but Mo Qayoumi, who chairs the commission, is expected to map out a specific plan for that and all of the recommendations. “The commission was certainly supportive and unanimous about the long-term need for a multipurpose arena,” Koester said while watching the CSUN men’s basketball game. “I don’t think anyone would dispute that it would add a measure of quality to intercollegiate athletics and the university. We need to play and lay a groundwork and have conversations and look toward that.” The commission is charged with improving support internally and externally, facilities and the success of the overall athletic program. Headlining proposed changes is the possibility of a new athletics logo. The 13-member commission included former NCAA President Cedric Dempsey and University of California, Los Angeles, athletic director Dan Guerrero. “What I found was a collection of individuals who care very deeply about the university and who want to see this athletic program become an integral part of the fabric of the success of this university,” Guerrero said. Athletic director update: An athletic director to carry out the new plan has yet to be named. An athletic director search committee recently was formed and prospective candidates could be on campus in April. Interim athletic director Janet Lucas is a candidate. Peggy Jennings, associated vice president of faculty affairs, is the chairwoman of the search committee, whose members are Charton, Pierre Tada, a member of the CSUN Foundation board of directors; Ron McIntyre, faculty president; Michael Neubauer, the chairman of the Intercollegiate Athletics Advisory Council; and Barbara Gross, a member of the Intercollegiate Athletics Advisory Council. Staff Writer Ramona Shelburne contributed to this story. Jill Painter, (818) 713-3615 email@example.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant The Matadors, perhaps, have finally found a way to get an arena, which is to combine it with a student recreation center. CSUN doesn’t have a full-blown student recreation center although the Associated Students has talked about the need for one over the past few years, but never really pursued it. “I definitely think it’s an important component of advancing the interests of the athletic program and also the student body,” said Chad Charton, president of the Associated Students. “The hard part is that it’s a 10-12-year time horizon and it certainly isn’t going to benefit students now. They can certainly come back as alumni and use the facilities but because of that, it’s hard to adopt the idea and take ownership as their own and not see or use it in their time. “Should students be excited? I think so. The reality is that as much as we’d like to agree to a rec center today and build tomorrow, that’s just not how it works.” CSUN has planned for a $100 million performing arts center, which appeared to be a blow to the athletic department. It’s not going to be a multiuse arena, but the Matadors might have found a multiuse arena after all. The Matadors play in the 1,600-seat Northridge gym, which is better suited for a high school campus. Basketball is the university’s flagship sport. There’s been minimal fundraising for athletics over the years, but former athletic director Dick Dull was reassigned to head that endeavor.