Ramp Closures rescheduled through Monday in I-74

first_imgWest Harrison, IN —INDOT has announced ramp closures have been rescheduled on I-74 EB at U.S. 52 (Exit 169) in Dearborn County for this Friday, Saturday, and Monday. Closures will be in place from 8 am to 4 pm each day for mainline milling and paving.The I-74 EB exit ramps to and from U.S. 52 in Dearborn County (Exit 169) will be closed from 8 am to 4 pm Thursday for mainline milling and paving. Ramps at the WB exit will remain open, but have reduced width due to shoulder paving. Please slow down and use extra caution in the area.last_img


Quique Sanchez Flores admits Watford were outplayed by Southampton

first_imgQuique Sanchez Flores believes Watford failed to be “competitive” in their 2-0 Barclays Premier League defeat at Southampton, but he refused to criticise his players after insisting it was a first for the season. The hosts convincingly outplayed and outworked his team, and had the Saints even been slightly more clinical in the final third they would have won by a far greater margin than that provided by goals from Shane Long and Dusan Tadic. Watford were sluggish throughout and occasionally erratic, but having inspired his team to an impressive first half of the season, in which they have often appeared capable of challenging for European football, their manager was reluctant to be negative. Press Association The Dutchman said: “I was not so nervous because from the start we dominated the game, controlled the game. We were dangerous, we created chances. “I prefer to play with three at the back against two strikers. That gives more ball possession. Defensive-wise it’s a little bit more sureness, because one of our qualities is our left and right-backs are very offensive players. “We had very good pressing. Oriol (Romeu) and (Jordy) Clasie were very good in the midfield. “We can (start to) look up (the Premier League), but we also have to look under us, because it’s close. “(Watford) are doing a great season. They are difficult to beat. Maybe Southampton is one of the teams who created a lot of opportunities, because normally it’s not so easy to create opportunities to score against Watford.” “I’m not angry, I’m disappointed, but not angry,” Flores said. “We have the feeling we didn’t play in the right way. We made mistakes, we made Southampton’s play very easy. They played much better than us. “But it’s the first time during the season we’ve had this feeling, so more than ever supporting the players, transmitting to the players it’s possible to make mistakes… it’s the first time, we need to understand sometimes it’s possible. “It’s the first time we feel that we were not competitive. It’s the first time the opponent is much better than us. I apologise to the fans. My feeling is to give more support than ever to the players, it’s the first time in six months we’ve had this feeling. We can learn for the future. “It’s football, sometimes it happens. It’s not our idea when we’re training, it’s not our idea when we are playing the match, it’s not the spirit of the team. “Our spirit is very high, it’s very positive, it’s very energetic, but we didn’t find this spirit, and Southampton played really well.” Southampton’s impressive performance was a welcome return to form for Ronald Koeman’s men after they had lost eight of their previous 10 games. The Saints convinced by maintaining an intense work-rate throughout but were profligate with their finishing, though Koeman insisted he was always confident his side would win. last_img read more


Cricket News Shubman Gill, Jalaj Saxena Create Records In Deodhar Trophy 2019

first_imgNew Delhi: It was a day of records at the Deodhar Trophy with one India youngster and a stalwart creating history. Shubman Gill, touted as the next big thing in Indian cricket, smashed his highest List A score of 143 as his team India C reached 366/3. In response, Jalaj Saxena, who has been knocking on the doors of the Indian cricket team for close to a decade, notched up figures of 7/41, the best haul by a bowler in the history of the Deodhar Trophy as India C registered a commanding 232-run victory against India A at the JSCA International Stadium in Ranchi on Friday. It was a day of total dominance for the India C side as Gill, backed by Mayank Agarwal tore the India A bowling apart. India C chose to bat and Agarwal, along with Gill, took the India A attack to the cleaners. Agarwal notched up his fifty off 49 balls by smashing Yarra Prithviraj for two consecutive boundaries. Gill joined Agarwal by smashing a fifty off 75 balls and he raised the tempo by smashing Vihari for a six.Agarwal neared his century with a six off Ravichandran Ashwin and he benefited from a dropped chance on 93 off Vihari when Ravi Bishnoi dropped him at deep midwicket. The Karnataka right-hander notched up his century with two fours off Jaydev Unadkat but the 226-run opening stand ended when Agarwal holed out to long on off Vihari. Gill notched up his century and although Priyam Garg was dismissed after smashing a four and a six, Gill continued on his merry ways. Gill smashed a couple of sixes after going past the milestone but he took full toll of Unadkat with two consecutive sixes. When the Punjab youngster hit Ashwin for a boundary, India C reached 300 but Suryakumar Yadav showed his finishing prowess with two fours and a six off Siddarth Kaul. After smashing three fours and a six off Unadkat, Suryakumar notched up his fifty off 24 balls and he ended the innings in style with two fours and two sixes in the final over bowled by Kaul as India C finished on a mammoth score.Rampant Jalaj SaxenaWith Gill, Agarwal and Suryakumar decimating the India A bowlers, the batsmen were a toally deflated lot and they never got going. Dhawal Kulkarni got rid of Vishnu Vinod and Ishan Porel got the wickets of Abhishek Raman and skipper Vihari. From that point on, it was the Jalaj Saxena show.Also Read | Shubman Gill creates history by breaking THIS record of Gautam GambhirDevdutt Padikkal and Bhargav Merai shared a fifty-plus stand but Saxena got rid of both players in quick succession. Ishan Kishan looked good with two sixes but when he was sent back by Saxena, the end came swiftly. Saxena ran through the lower order as seven wickets fell for 60 runs, with Saxena taking 7/41, his best figures in List A cricket. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more